Pros: "family first" philosophy. great field supervisors.
Cons: it's still construction.
Definitely one of the better companies to work for. First off, it's construction, so by the very nature of the work, one can expect a certain amount of chaos. Add to that the fact you're working on multiple sites each day, so there's going to be more stress coming from a variety of sources. That being said, I have nothing but good things to say about A&A. Their field managers are knowledgeable and articulate enough to help you work through any issue, yet never arrogant. The equipment is good, it's year-round work and family comes first. Meaning if you have a family matter to deal with, you deal with that and once it's taken care of, you still have a job. Remember, it's fast paced, so if you're a "Type B" personality, you're better off staying home. I still go in from time to time to help out and it's always a positive experience.