Fun and challenging place to work Driver (Former Employee) – Grande Cache, AB – April 1, 2015 Excellent place to work, excellent money, upper management needs help. Hardest part of the job was chaining up and loading and unloading. The most enjoyable part of the job was driving on the back roads and seeing different parts of the country side.
Money, safety program
Always something to do Wash bay Attendant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – February 10, 2015 Good company. Understanding Managers. I learned a bit about pile driving and certain things that entail. I got along with the yard crew easily due to past construction jobs. fast growing, fully up to date company 2nd year Apprentice Welder (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – October 29, 2014 reasonable pay with more than enough overtime opportunities. opportunity to enter different fields of work is easily accessible. leaning more towards FTWP than local workers.
poor equipment up keep
Watch your back Rigger (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – June 9, 2014 You will be just a number in this company, departmental dysfunctionality and a culture that favor only the operator, management is clueless!
management, culture, expendable
Great People who work in this company RIGGER (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – April 20, 2014 I Learned a lot working with DFI , Got all my courses done through them, learned how to drive a skid steer , zoom boom the management were very good they respected their employees Co-workers were very good this company knew who to hire and so everyone got along very well hardest part of the job was getting used to the cold outside Getting to use machinery around the field and working 12-14 hours awesome job apprentice heavy duty mechanic (Former Employee) – edmonton – February 20, 2014 lots of great people to work with and you get to try lots of new things every day like there are always new challenges