Triple Crown Construction Careers and Employment
- Company size11 to 50
- IndustryConstruction & Facilities Services
Traveling Superintendent in USA
on January 14, 2020
Not enough of a customer base, can’t keep you working. Big talk to hire you But not enough customers. Will cut you loose without warning. Save yourself the grief.
Project Superintendent in Frederick, MD
on July 31, 2020
Working at Triple Crown was an incredible experience, traveling around working on several different hospitality projects, they allowed growth in my career, although many of the work weeks were 7 days a week they were flexible and generous with the time I had off, including flying to visit my father for heart surgery. Some of these reviews may have a different opinion about Triple Crown, but they weren’t dedicated to the team culture. If you get an opportunity to work here, I’d take it in a heart beat.
Management in Frederick, MD
on February 4, 2020
They put on a big show, only to see how the management 'team' really is or lack their of. You are expected to put in every waking moment to the company even though they do not truly care about you; just their bottom line. They ride you to no end, expect more than what your position should be responsible for, take no responsibility for their 'team' and let employees go without reason. They lost all of their top staff and now have no work and even lose contracts/awards because no one wants to work with their management staff.
Estimator in Frederick, MD
on November 10, 2019
When you first get hired you believe you landed the best job in the world with the best people to work with. Quickly you will learn that management, including the owner will be little you and make you believe you are the reason the company has problems winning projects. Fact is, no subcontractors want to do business with them anymore because of their management. They are very shady and will fire anyone with no warning. There is a lot of tension that comes from the owner and his next in line. They expect you to spend your waking moment working for them even though they present a different attitude at first Mx
Project Assistant in Frederick, MD
on October 3, 2019
It took 4 months from the time I was first contacted, until I actually started. They got no new contracts, but I took all of their training, completed what work they had for me, promised me I was going to be heading up jobs, etc. Then, without warning I get fired after like 45 days! They tell me I wasn't a good fit. WHAT? WHAT?
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