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About the company

  • CEO
    Robin Watson
  • Founded
    1912
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining & Utilities

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Civil Engineering

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Rating overview

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3.8720173.7920183.4220193.5120203.742021

Reviews

Project Senior 1 Construction Manager in Chantilly, VA
on October 30, 2017
I've worked at Edwards and Kelcey/Wiles Mensch Corporation for 7 yrs and I was very happy with this company. The overall team atmosphere was very supportive.
Technical Profe in Houston, TX
on August 3, 2021
Wood is a good company to work for. Management tends to be fair on the annual reviews. Teamwork is not perfect, but it is great most of the time. Lot's of good people to work with at Wood.
Residential Specialist in Austin, TX
on July 25, 2021
It’s not necessarily a difficult job. You’re just not paid very well. You can make more working fast food jobs. There’s always openings because people are always leaving for something better. So at least work is stable. If you are looking forward to a full time job for medical benefits prepare to be disappointed. There are no vision or dental benefits. Only medical and even that’s not that great.
Measurement Technician in Kenedy, TX
on July 13, 2021
I get lots of autonomy in my job and the time off is very flexible and easy to schedule. Benefits are pretty good and it isn't a problem to use them. The pay is probably the weakest point though, and it's rare to get a raise
Lead Quality Control Engineer in Anchorage, AK
on July 4, 2021
I honestly regret not being able to continue working for the Wood Group. They seemed to have a wonderful synergy of work/life balances, with regular after-hours team building events that weren't a corporate slog. The work environment was technical but lax, and to this day I use the Wood Group as the golden standard for everything I look for in employment.

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Interview insights

Insights from 210 Indeed users who have interviewed with Wood within the last 5 years.
Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

The questions involved my areas of expertise. It was an informal interview conducted by Mustang Engineering.

Shared on September 23, 2018

Background check takes a long time now. Want to know you skill level. Test usually hard and long.

Shared on May 22, 2018

It was to long ago for me to remember. Mostly I was very familiar with the company. Actually worked for WGM from Oct 2006 through June 2009, at which time there was another downturn

Shared on October 11, 2017

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