Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – August 14, 2018
I learned some good things with the company, Meet alot of great people , the only down side of it was the rain days which caused us to lose money but we could some times make some time up later in the week.
We had good brakes
On very hots ower supers would make sure we had lots of water
Good people that help u and show u how to do a good job
Landscaper (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 19, 2018
It starts off a bit hard do that fact u have to be up by 5:30 A.M and at work by 6:30A.M but u will get use to it and the workers are helpful but u can gaine a lot from the job good place if u like outside working
This company was a really great company, really enjoyed working together with other coworkers to get jobs done. teamwork is a big key in this company because the crews need everyone to give it thier 100 percent, in order to perform and accomplish tasks
Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – January 18, 2018
Learned how to work on lawn equipment. Fix work trucks and trailers. Good people to work with and always had a good time. Management was a little on the lax side and didn't seem to care about the job. not all but some.
Crew Leader (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 22, 2017
Overall I enjoyed working for Brickman. It is a great place to learn about different aspects of the landscaping industry. You can advance into the administrative side of the industry too. On the down side of the place is with any landscaping job it gets slow and only a few select few stay on to work with the snow removal.
If making a career out of it good place to advance there
Landscaper (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 14, 2017
working at brickman was a good job to learn new things but the management and the supervisors where really mean we didnt get vacation days off and also the way they treat workers was not the proper way.