Pyramid Construction, Inc.
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Pyramid Construction, Inc. Careers and Employment

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  • CEO
    Esad Sipilovic II and Amin Sipilovic
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    3075 Janitell Road, Suite...
  • Link
    Pyramid Construction, Inc. website
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Tandem and Water Truck Operator in Multiple
on November 5, 2021
First I enjoyed working for the company and with the other employees. I learned what it takes to build roads from the start to finish process which gave me a better appreciation of what it takes in the construction industry. Overall the company is a great place to work for, they will give you every opportunity to excel.You should be clear and upfront with your's and their's expectations with clear concise communication. The maintenance staff is very Excellent in what they do, always willing to listen and help you figure problems out. They do not waste your time and very expedite in getting you back on the road.The downside for me personally was not knowing what the work schedule would be like for the next day and the long hours. Since COVID there is a shortage of drivers and workers in general causing those of us who are willing to work being forced to work longer hours which creates a unbalanced family/work/social balance. I only left to find that balance.I also believe if you are performing a job that requires more work than usual and are performing in a position that requires additional CDL endorsements then you should be compensated accordingly.They do have excellent benefits and 401K, I would like to see a matching 401K in the future.
Driver in Colorado Springs, CO
on October 2, 2021
Small enough company that your voice is heard and you even have interactions with the owners who care about there workers.Your worked long hours during the warm/hot time of year 60+ hr average which I love. Home every night you can get time off if you request it early enough have never had an issue.Dispatch is easy to work with and will keep you rolling.Only issue I have is that pay hasn't kept up with local companies.
Truck Driver Class A in Colorado Springs, CO
on September 30, 2021
good hours, decent pay & decent equipment. This is one of the best companies I have ever worked for if you are willing to do your job and put in a solid days work. People are very helpful to help you succeed at your job. Average 55-65 hours per week as a driver with overtime after 40 hours. This is a company where you will get to know the head people in the office and the people that own the company. It is owned by 2 brothers that actually care about the people working for them. You also have the opportunity to learn more skills and get raises based on the merit of your work.
Driver/Operator in Colorado Springs, CO
on September 27, 2021
This company is only good to gain experience to work somewhere else. Upper management is very unprofessional. They will smile to your face and talk behind your back. As an employee, you have no value at all, you’re just a number. Zero room for advancement.No family time because you’re expected to be on call. The only time that you have off is due to poor weather. You never know your work schedule until late at night for the following day, which the schedule would still be wrong anyways.
Tandem Truck Driver in Colorado Springs, CO
on August 24, 2021
There is a lack of respect for the drivers, you don't get paid what you're worth or Even near your worth, you cant move up within the company. They belittle & down grade drivers & all they ask you to do. Your pay isn't worth all you put up with at this place. I've been here for 4 and a half yrs almost and I finally had enough, there's no diversity, they can't keep drivers especially ethic drivers because of management, lack of structure, and no regard for the drivers. Management can basically get away with murder, but if you so much as blow a tire, they're ready to consider firing you on the spot. Like I said it's a good place to get your foot in the door at, but beyond that, they're not worth committing to after a 1-2 years for the experience you need to move on with. Management can talk to you/treat you any kind of way, but when you give it back, you're considered a problem. You'll be asked to work off the clock and/or move your time around to fit the company's needs, but when it comes to you, you're not a priority unless you're ready to quit on the spot or going to put your 2wks in. One of the two owners of the company is very cool, he is very understanding & does give second, third & fourth changes to those he really believes in, which is very rare to find in a family owned company or any at that, but that doesn't overrule the way they treat the drivers, the drivers make the company and get the name out there, but you are only useful from the neck down, literally. In divers meetings, you are belittled, blamed for not being about to have annual bonuses, constant truck issues that happen with all the other trucks. They have great equipment but they don't treat them like they should be treated & cared for there.

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