Surveyor (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – March 2, 2018
Unfortunely its a company that do not care for there employes. Reviews on the eployes are not fair. They base there decision out of the supervisor with out listening the empoyee. Not a safe place to work or plan a future. They don't address harrasment claims.
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – ct – January 18, 2018
Overall not a bad place to work. Communication from the top down is terrible. Employees are just cogs in a multi million dollar operation that doesn't seem to care as much about employees as they want you to think.
Admin Assistant (Current Employee) – Littleton, MA – November 14, 2017
Overall a good company but the benefits are not good. The health insurance is mediocre. You get no holidays off. I think we get 7 holidays only. Most companies give at least 10 paid holidays. Seriously who works the day after Thanksgiving? Also, only 2 weeks paid vacation and after 5 years you get 3 weeks. They also need to have more company events and outings, team building and they have none of that. They have a fitness center which is nice but really that's about it. Definitely need more company perks. It beats working in the city though. Hours are 8 am - 5 pm which I like. They should offer personal days not just sick days. They really just need to reevaluate their benefits. I also don't feel like their is room to grow. No advancement opportunities. Pay structure needs to be better as well. You get nothing for a raise. Wow if your lucky you get like 3%.
Surveyor/Technician (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 8, 2017
After being there a short time I reaized that there was major issues with the organization of the project. Very little coordination between office and field. General Superintendant was a bully and more interested in placing blame and covering his butt then working with the crew toward a solution. I would never work for them again or recommend this company to any other people in my field.
receptionist/admin (Former Employee) – Littleton, MA – June 9, 2015
Chained to the desk, no perks or extra benefits (big wigs keep it all), no company paid for outings/parties, don't believe they value employees - you're just a number and replaceable with the blink of an eye.
Lowboy driver (Former Employee) – Orlando,FL – May 23, 2015
They ask for a driver for a day shift, in reality you are a 24hr driver. Sat sun and all week no mater the time while your supervisors and dispatchers are home sleeping there 8 hrs you are supposed to take a nap and keep going like everything is peachy. Low hourly salary with no room for advancement and they expect you to be a slave to your job. Typical day would be checking in at 7am ,working thru out the day . Close to quiting time they will let you know you are supposed to come back at 2am and keep going thru the day. Drivers are an accident waiting to happen as they dont allow them much time to sleep .
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Florida – April 8, 2015
They work you 6 days a week,sometimes driving 75+ miles to work. For salary people on rain days everyone goes home,we have to sit out on the job in the rain for 8 hours because we are salary. They have some good people there that know what they are doing,but on the flip they have the same amount of scared lazy people.. Comp isnt that bad on average with most companies in FLA,nothing to brag about. They will talk a good game to you but once you get in the field you will have no family life and its work work work,,ive seen some of there very good salaried people just leave because of this,they need to step back and look at how they are running there jobs and people.
Estimating Intern (Current Employee) – Littleton, MA – June 25, 2014
People here work hard. Days can be long in the estimating department but are fast paced and intense. Everything I worked on was very important with the potential to have a direct impact on the companies revenue.