I wouldn't ever leave, but I MUST relocate. Florida isn't for me or my children! The company is super caring, fair with paid time off, and always willing to lend a hand in your time of need. If Suffolk ever goes to GA I'd work for them again!
PE-APM (Current Employee) – Florida – February 22, 2018
There is a lot of work and expect long hours every day. Many meetings and reports. You will work more than 60 hrs a week and include some Saturdays ( it is a construction company as any other one) you are allowed to report maximum 40 hrs every week regardless. Promises about bonuses, but projects are always loosing money. Respect on the PM side to certain point. (More than other construction companies) No effort recognition. Selfishness predomine among some teams.
Manny people invest more time on making good relationships than getting a good professional result.
Good benefits. 401k is partially vested.
You end specializing on doing just one thing, poor development. Unless you have friends to help you go where you would like.
Good company to get some experience and move forward.
Superintendent (Former Employee) – Mullti – February 3, 2018
Expect to work long hours and when things get tight they have big Layoffs They had trouble finding sub contractors to work for them and made all of management attend a mandatory Dale Cargenie schooling To learn the art of being nice ? to subcontractors
No supprt for field operations you are on your own
Scheduler / Project Engineer (Current Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – August 23, 2017
The working environment is very professional. The team bonding is very important and we all help each other. Upper management are always reaching out to everyone making sure employees are happy. The company provides any tools needed to perform work accordingly.