HVAC Installer (Former Employee) – Statesboro, GA – August 14, 2018
Here I learned how to read blueprints . I assembled and sealed airducts . The purpose for sealing the airducts so when the structure is completed and the system is activated you here any whistleing. We thank hung the straps in place with nails by way of nail guns. Once we got all the gutters up, being many of the offices had I individual settings I learned how to wire the system.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Belton, MO – July 25, 2018
Wouldn't recommend anyone to work there. The home and work life sucks. The bosses don't care about the employees. They will tell you 4 10 hour days but you end up working longer. And more days throughout the week. They play a lot of favoritism there
In and out wet tech (Former Employee) – O"fallon – July 8, 2018
This is by far the worst company to work for I only worked there for 3 weeks I got cursed out for taking breaks they wanted and had me working through my breaks treats to get beat up. I was never properly trained they drink beer on the job.
Great place to work, no time for family or non job related activities
Laborer (Current Employee) – Southeast region – March 18, 2018
upper management is corrupt, the buddy system plays a huge role here. If you do not know someone you likely will only go so far. Your knowledge and experience will be used to make your superiors look good. Hard work from laborers goes unnoticed and unrewarded, but if you have a bad day you will be the talk of the region. Equipment is not the best, a third of your time will be spent repairing equipment on site. If you do not like travel, this job is not for you.
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – December 4, 2017
This is a fast growing company with lots of great opportunities. Truly care about their employees and a work/life balance. Tunnel/laborer job is perfect for someone who doesn't mind working out of town - great money! Office staff is very friendly.
Office Staff (Current Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – December 4, 2017
This company and leadership has been great since day 1. They are becoming an industry leader, which is no surprise. They have a staff of some of the most knowledgeable and experienced professionals in the industry. Employees are treated fairly, with great benefits and flexibility. Great place to work!
Field Construction Worker (Current Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – October 11, 2017
Growing fast but poorly managed at mid level. Preach safety but then frequently work 15 plus hour days and work short handed.You will make decent money but no work family balance. In almost two years our crew has worked in town a total of eleven weeks. With all the office and administrative personnel that have been hired in the years I've worked here, there has been very few new field personell. Now they are experiencing problems winning bids because of all the overhead they have to pay for and are blaming field personell for the problems. It's simple math really but with assistants for assistants salaries and nothing changing in the field it's easy to see why. Hoping they see the light and turn it around soon.
Driver/Laborer (Current Employee) – Belton, MO – April 12, 2017
Using class A CDL daily to operate company semi and other vehicles . Relining sewer lines. working with a team of 6 to 7 guys setting up, dragging liner and install 3 to 4 daily majority of the in a residential neighbor hood.
A great place to work they treat you with respect there is opportunity for growth with in the company.
Office (Current Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – March 29, 2016
SAK offers wonderful opportunities for growth with in the company which I look forward to. They recognize coworkers for their hard work and being team players. There are many long term coworkers here. They offer a wonderful benefit package to their employees. I love the spirit of a family feel.
Office Staff (Current Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – March 15, 2016
From the first day I started, I was welcomed as a valued member of the time. There is a tremendous amount of support and resources at your disposal. It is a modern office with cutting-edge technology. Fantastic benefits as well!
Line Operator (Former Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – April 2, 2015
A typical day consisted of the same things with a small crew of about 5-8 developing liner, going over safety procedures daily first. Consisted of good guys who were very driven and likable. Management was away in the office unless a problem occurred. The toughest part of the job was dealing with an issue that occurred due to mechanical errors. The most enjoyable part of the job was being inside a warehouse away from severe weather conditions.