Cleaner (Former Employee) – Swan Hills, AB – 7 February 2018
Found the company at the time to pay very well. Even gave me living allowance. The management was great. The hours I was paid for were guaranteed if I work the hrs or not. Overall I would love to work for this company again.
General Construction Laborer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 26 November 2017
I had a great time and experience traveling out west and applying myself to a job I've never done before. The work was gruelling at times and tough. I enjoyed working with a large team on a very large fast pace construction site.
General labourer (Former Employee) – Alberta – 1 November 2017
each day was different due to task changes and new Job locations, i learned a lot of handy skills that i use each day now to help make current jobs more successful, management was great, always there to tech and mentor, long days were the only hard part of the job the people you meet and there stories were the most enjoyable part
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 July 2017
It was a pleasure working as a Project Coordinator for Clark Builders. I felt that senior management allowed me to take on challenging tasks while offering mentorship to further my skills in a management position. Clark's culture and core values exceeded any I have encountered in the past.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 26 March 2017
Director needs to know what is going on down the chain level before making hastened decisions. Work is great. Benefits are good. Construction and project managers are nice to work with. Supers and foreman are knowledgeable of what they are doing. Nice atmosphere.
Lead hand (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 January 2017
Worked on lots of different big projects like police stations, hospitals, common wealth stadium and many more . Was nice having different job tasks making the project a lot of fun and was able to learn a lot about the other trades and building materials .
Carpenter Foreman/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 February 2016
This company has many good carpenters but has weak management. This has a trickle down affect and creates unfavourable working conditions for those in a supervisory roll. Wages were very competitive, hours are competitive depending on which project you are on. The diversity in work has constant and enjoyable. Loyalty to the company was not reciprocated which is unfortunate.