Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Tectonic Engineering & Surveying Consultants, P.C..
Nine and a half hours a day was pretty common as a manager, sometimes a little longer.
They've been around a while and will continue to be, maybe not on the project I worked on.
At first I enjoyed it because everything was new. Being a science/engineering major I had expected to use my brain for work. Instead I got placed in a slot on a project as a technician and was stuck in that position for 2 years despite my efforts to move forward. I had spent most days slumping concrete and using my body for work. Work became boring and I equated it with being synonymous to working as a Walmart cashier for my resume. Which is why I chose to leave the company.
The work environment is filled with tension. You often work with other companies on projects and you'll have to endure people in lower positions than you making $15/hr more than you. Also the supervisors usually get bored and will pick people to micromanage and harass even if they're a good worker.