Labourer (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 9 October 2017
its an alright place to start if you have no experience or are just starting out in the work force. You have to be a dedicated worker and not slack off if you want to prove yourself and get anywhere with the company even if that means working on the weekends
Fork Lift, Cement truck driver. (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 14 March 2017
Outside work, working in variable working conditions overall good atmosphere. very physical lifting of rebar for prepping in bridge beams ,parking garages, and other infrastructure. also driving cement truck to pour various structures.
No bells or alarms for lunch and breaks Fresh air working conditions.
Get to build alot of cool pieces of infrastructure.
Rebar Bender / Crane Operator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 12 January 2017
Great people to work with! Lots of overtime and a never ending amount of work. The pension is great if your are working within the union, they negotiated quite the pension which is close to five dollars an hour.
The work is long hours, but overtime is paid. Some classifications will get more overtime as it is the process of the job. The hours are always determined on the aspect of until the job is finished.
Lots of dangerous equipment so you will need to be very safety cautious when walking on the floor.
représentant des ventes (Current Employee) – route – 6 April 2016
je suis représentant depuis plus de 22 ans et déterminer le besoin du client en une écoute constante et prendre le temps de vérifier qui est le preneur de décision (acheteur), selon moi , des visite réguliere et prendre le soins de bien informer le client
qc qa (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 28 October 2015
I found that armtec in calgary was the worst place i,ve ever seen if you didnt get along with all the immigrants or they didnt like you for whatever reason they might have,they would complain or make false accusations to your supervisor ,then you would be fired ,I saw this happen at least five times over a 3 month period.someone told me that whoever makes the accusation first wins,
Labourer (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 21 October 2015
I started at 5 in the morning till one thirty in the afternoon Enjoyed working at armtec and was very disappointed when I was laid off . I worked hard and maintained a good attitude while working there
Running a plant with up to 150 unionized employees meant I was constantly involved in meetings to review or report data. I had the opportunity to work with some excellent people who made a strong team. The hardest part of this role for me was dealing with elements of the collective agreement. The best part was seeing product roll out of the plant.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Mitchell, ON – 6 August 2015
Many Health and safety violations along with many other violations. Worker's rights take a back seat to managment's favoured employies. Not a place to work for anyone with respotorie problems as it is extermely dusty.
jack of all trades (Former Employee) – mitchell , ontario – 23 February 2015
worked there 9 years the people were great to work with the work wasn't bat it was mind numbing at times but its the type of place were if you like to kiss ace its perfect for you you will have no problem moving up
Draftsman (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 26 January 2015
Flexible time schedule, possibility to learn new think specially in project management. A good collaboration with colleagues. Looking for better benefits. Based on experience and knowledge I can give suggestion and they will take into consideration. Coordination between engineer and production meeting criteria of what production want and Engineer approval.