Clearstream Energy Employee Reviews in Canada

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Productive day of work everytime.Fulfilling job with a good work environment.
Apprentice Pipefitter (Current Employee), Peace River, ABFebruary 24, 2016
Pros: Free BBQ and pizza every friday. We get bonus if we finish our project early.
Cons: Long Hours of work everyday.
My typical day of work usually starts with getting a permit to work on a project, picking up materials for the job. Management is awesome, they know how to take care of there employees. As an apprentice pipefitter i've been learning a lot of things everyday. I am continually gaining experience everytime i am on the job. Things that you won't learn at school. I would say the hardest part of the job is waiting for instructions on which job site we are gonna be working on. And what i enjoy the most in my job is learning and gaining experience everyday from my superiors.
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Good Company
Journeyman Pipefitter (Former Employee), Foster CreekFebruary 23, 2016
Pros: good crew
Cons: Hired to many people resulting in lay offs
Good workers good management. Very short experience with company so hard to give accurate review. Short time I was there had no problems with work and questions being answered.
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Most hypocritical backstabbing company I've worked for.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, ABFebruary 15, 2016
Pros: Very good benefits
Cons: Upper management are ruthless hypocrites and out of touch with their workforce
The job itself is fine, schedule is great, the vast majority of middle management have a positive attitude and are easy to get along with.

Upper management are completely two faced, will talk a big game about safety this and that, how they have their employees back if need be. They will string you along and then throw you under the bus without a second thought at the first opportunity. Don't believe the hype and work this job on a day to day basis. I've seen may people get screwed over undeservedly and eventually became one.

There isn't enough money in the world to make me work for Clearstream again.
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Great place
4th Class Operator (Current Employee), Peace River, ABJanuary 22, 2016
Pros: Awesome Benefits
My experience is that if you give them your best effort they will bend over to help you out how ever they can. I always found that they would negotiate a really good rate for me as well, even when I didn't feel I needed it.
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Good People
Tool Crib Lead (Current Employee), Nexen Long LakeJanuary 22, 2016
Great place to work, made last friendships. Wonderful people and very good management.

I wish every job could be as great as working here is
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Great
QAQC (Former Employee), Peace River, ABJanuary 20, 2016
Great company to work for. the people and the culture are second to none. Safety and people are the main priority. work days are well scheduled. excellent company to train and leartn with.
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Professional
QC Welding Inspector (Current Employee), Fort Saskatchewan, ABJanuary 20, 2016
Good place to work with good people , pay is good . I would go to work here again should they have any open work in the future.
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Alright
apprentice (Former Employee), Lloydminster, ABJanuary 5, 2016
Clearstream was an alright company to work for and i would love to work with them again someday given the opportunity, small crew when i was there and couldn't of been better.
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New at the process
ELECTRICIAN (Third Year Apprentice) (Former Employee), Conklin, ABDecember 7, 2015
Pros: great rates, lots of overtime, paid flights
Cons: project stability wasnt there
I worked for clear streams new electrical branch which was the first to speak of so there were organization and direction problems among the experienced management but their intentions and rates were great. I would certainly work for them again
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good place to work
Contractor Journeyman Welder (Former Employee), Fort St John, BCOctober 29, 2015
Pros: good work ethics
Cons: unfortunately the work ran out
I never had any problems with anyone and the work was very professional and I was treated with the utmost respect by all I came into contact with .
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Great way to gain experience
Heavy Hauler Operator (Current Employee), Fort McMurray, ABOctober 10, 2015
Pros: Great door to get into the mining industry
Cons: unstable job with little benefits
Operated all sorts of heavy haulers
Operated water truck and sand truck
Only advancement on small project jobs, but only drove truck in the mine
the job was great for learning and getting to know the mining industry and would recommend this company to anybody looking to start out
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Administration Assistant
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Shell Waterton ComplexOctober 1, 2015
I absolutely loved my time at Shell Waterton Complex with Clearstream Energy. I was able to do a variety of job duties.

Unfortunately due to Oil and Gas cutbacks I was laid off.
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Positive environment and great leaders to work for
Autoshop Labourer (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, AB.October 1, 2015
Prep parts and tools for mechanics and other trades for job completion. Assist mechanics in various daily tasks.
Learned about various safety techniques and strategic job planning.
Enjoyed helping out co-workers with any jobs, or part of that I could assist with.
Even with tight deadlines or pressure situations, the team always found a way to get the work done safely to company standards.
The most enjoyable part of the job was that between working both opposing shifts, we were all apart of a big family that enjoyed working together.
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COOL PLACE TO WORK
Pipefitter/Steamfitter (Former Employee), Sherwood Park, ABSeptember 2, 2015
Intellectual capacity in implementing working procedures and plan for providing the more efficient onsite construction work such as Hydro-test and install fabricated pipe spools within structural steel modular assemblies, adding designed supports as required. Lay-out, assemble, fabricate, maintain and repair pressurized piping systems.
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it was an ok shop
Welder (Current Employee), brooks albertaJuly 30, 2015
Pros: decent wage
Cons: not steady work
management didn't really care for the employees, they would often send you home if there were no work for weeks instead of trying to give you a few hours
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Most unorganized company ever
carpenter (Former Employee), fort saskatchewanJuly 6, 2015
Pros: Good pay
Cons: Horrible organization, no tools, materials
In my short time there I swear I have never seen a more backwards company. They would not get materials or tools for the workers and then blame them for lack of production. People standing around all over the job site, some even sitting because they can't get anything done. I was there as a carpenter and when i requested plywood and 2x4s I was told those materials are "garbage" and why I would need them. I spent days waiting for my foreman to come only to be told I won't be able to work because they hadn't released the work yet. I was there to install grout and they wanted it done the hardest, most backwards way possible. They would not heed my advice for installation and ended up laying me off because they needed "grout specialists" not carpenters. Worst company ever.
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got home sooner then last job
Journeyman Scaffolder (Former Employee), Cold Lake, ABJuly 2, 2015
Pros: good paying job
Cons: job ending
10 hour days .5 days a week. erected and dismantled scaffolds as required. management was good to us. co-workers were fun to work with. working in buildings at + 50 C . was hard on the body. most enjoyable part was working with a good crew.
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Shutdowns!
Journeyman Steamfitter (Former Employee), Conklin, ABApril 7, 2015
ClearStream is an awesome company to work for as a contractor. They keep me busy, have a good management system and are knowledgeable in the work we do.
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Great place to work as an apprentice
Apprentice Steamfitter / Pipefitter (Former Employee), LloydminsterFebruary 14, 2015
Loved working at ClearStream.

Had a safety meeting everyday.
Advanced in my apprenticeship.
Co-workers were great.
Only one crew foreman was bad.
Hardest part of the job was working with one particular foreman but this does not reflect on the company.
I enjoyed the variety of work.
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Great Potential
Regional Human Resources Coordinator (Former Employee), Fort Saint John, BCJanuary 23, 2015
Pros: great office staff, and solid potential for growth.
Cons: lack of senior management in bc
A medium sized company with limited work in the BC area. Works with Oil and Gas Operators, and Tradesmen of all kinds. Strong HR team and safety culture.
Claimed Profile
Headquarters
Sherwood Park Alberta, Canada
Revenue
$600 Million
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Industry
Links
Clearstream Energy website