Driver (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – August 6, 2018
Lane was a good company to work for my day foe mot driver was setting up any lane clousers or road clouser for our sub contractors to work safely.I learned how to do lane clousers road clousers and deliver product for other supervisors in the field. Iiked learning different aspects of the job.hardest part of job, learning to pick up all the heavy product alone. All managers ,supervisors were very helpful with teaching me the job
Estimating Coordinator (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 23, 2018
I am a self-starter so when I get to work I know exactly what I need to do that day and can manage my tasks efficiently. I am a working mother and still would like to have flexibility to be attentive to my children and their lives/activities. The hours that I currently have at my job is 7am - 5pm and working late a few days every month according to our bid schedule. The most enjoyable part of my job is the sense of accomplishment at the end of the day. Knowing that I help my team by doing my part of the tasks and being available to assist them.
Safety Manager (Current Employee) – Good location. – July 13, 2018
Good company to work for. Can grow your knowledge of many positions. It is a great atmosphere to know other professionals and work with them out in the field as well as an office experience. They try hard to employee new college graduates also.
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) – Northfield, MA – June 20, 2018
they burn thru people. They do whet ever they want and expect to be bailed out. I'm burned out of over a year they have propped me up to continue for their needs. Doing the ethical thing was pointless.
Very unsafe environment. Poor leadership!!! No Support!!!
Safety Manager (Former Employee) – Ohio – June 15, 2018
This company has a production over safety mentality. Leadership is clueless, morale is down, and safety is just "lip service" provided by management. When schedule deadlines are not met, field craft are forced to work through their lunches, forced to work weekends and there is "zero" training because that takes time from production!!!
Very UNSAFE environment!!!!
Pay is decent
Safety is not a priority. Even though corporate says that it is!!!
Roofer (Former Employee) – Waverly, VA – April 11, 2018
Good boss, descent hours, learned to roofing business, good pay, close proximity to my house, less miles to travel. hardest part of the job was climbing the ladder with a bundle of shingles on your shoulder.
The company is always under some type of structure change. They hire management that is clueless and inexperienced. The turnover rate in various departments is extremely high. You are never formally trained in your position, you are given an overview and then left to fend for yourself. The company offers no job stability.
There is very little room to move up on this company.
I work in a pretty amazing team where everyone is willing to help if they are not too busy. like any corporation, the main goal is to make money for the investor. With Lane been a construction company, job security mostly depend on the projects they have.If you are not able or willing to relocate often, you may find yourself unemployed.