Commercial electrician (Former Employee) – Pittsbugh, PA – May 17, 2018
The work was usually plentyful and challenging. The pay was ok and the management was always fair and always available. In most cases I would provide my own tools and transportation but overall, I would definatly suggest this company as good people to work for.
Meet new contacts and get exposure to different work.
Plumber (Former Employee) – Rocky Hill, CT – May 1, 2017
You are set up with temporary work. Usually the contractor is helpful with instructions and expectations for your work/job. Not all that steady though so you need to prepare to be mobile and mix with new people.
Landscape Laborer (Current Employee) – Needham, MA – June 22, 2016
Very good at treating they're employees right and pay is always good. Currently not working right now because I don't have a drivers license to get to work but overall the work is always there and the people there are good people to work with
Top Helper (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – April 17, 2016
It started out wonderful but when I was falsely accused of something by the company I was temped out too, they threw me under the bus and refused further contact and refused to send me out to another job to work.
Great way to get a foot in the door if you just moved to area. Offered benefits.
GENERAL LABORER (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 16, 2015
It was a great place to work, when work was available. I learned a lot of different things and work techniques, and I also met a lot of great people. Most jobs were out of philadelphia but they keep you busy and flexible.
Electrical Assistant (Former Employee) – Metairie, LA – September 12, 2015
This is an excellent company to work for. I did a lot of contract work. I learn new things everyday. Management kept me working. Most of my co-workers were good people. The hardest part of the job was getting electrocuted due to someone else making a mistake.
Awesome place to work if you seek independence with options.
Sheet Metal Installer (Current Employee) – Londonderry, NH – June 5, 2014
I install Duct work every day. I love jumping job site to job site. I learn new things everyday. I'm always working with new people, and different companies. Every company standard is different, and everyone installs differently. I am gaining amazing experience working in different environments every 1-6 months opposed to someone doing the same thing for 10 years.