Concrete Worker (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – January 30, 2018
I learned a lot of different fields of construction. It is a perfect place to make a career. Great benefits and Great compensation as well. If u like working hard for your money this is the place for you.
Real great company to work for, I went from project admin to project accounting work on-site and enjoyed my position. I would have loved to be still working for this company unfortunately they pulled out of Houston and no longer do business here.
Solar Installer/laborer (Former Employee) – Murphy, Idaho kuna, idaho – October 21, 2017
My experience with swinerton was great! I knew a little about what the job assigned to me and they were very understanding when didn’t understand something. They took time out to make sure I understand what needs to be done day in day out. Long work hours, but it was worth working. The pay was good and lots of overtime! Over all I was glad to work with swinerton.
Very understandable leads and foreman. Work as a team. Pay was good.
Only con was it was though a temp agency and wish I could get on fully with the company.
Employee (Current Employee) – Hawaii – September 18, 2017
Good culture long work hours when on project employee motivation from project to project can lack everyone responsible only for their work, minimal teamwork and collaboration competitive benefits and pay
HR Records Assistant (Current Employee) – San Francisco – August 22, 2017
My manager had her own style of management. She doesn't believe in team work, but finds it fun to put her team members into challenging situations or pushing them to compete. Thus, she's never opened to suggestions.
Finish carpenter/Foreman (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – July 30, 2017
I hung and trim doors for Swinerton Builders. I would fall back to help install cabinets and counter tops. I learned here that you need to know people to continue to work steady. Management was on top of long lead orders and safety The hardest part of this job was fitting in with the crew that constantly worked year round. I enjoyed meeting new people with different skill levels.
Voted Best Places To Work 2017 for 50 Employees or less. There are General Contractors with the same old philosophies, standard office workplace cubicles and very little investment in workplace amenities. This company thrives on new technology, a fun work environment that caters to the modern office furnishings, state of the art kitchen/breakroom and believes in rewarding their employees.