Project based with intense overtime and potential earning cash fast.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – 25 January 2017
Management is great and respectful. Definitely enjoyed the intensity of the job and the ongoing efforts to create and maintain a clean construction project in spite of other companies as part of the project without an emphasis on safety and cleanliness.
70-80 work hours per week. great earning potential
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – 31 August 2016
I really enjoyed working for this company, and the benefits were unmatched. Pay was very competitive, and I enjoyed my co-workers. Management didn't really bother me, and seemed to approve of my work ethic. The best and worst part was being alone in the lobby for most of the day. It would get boring if I didn't bring something to do, or I wasn't attending college.
Free lunch on bid days, great pay, and great benefits
Project Engineer Intern (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – 26 October 2015
A typical work starts with checking emails and talking to my estimators and managers. I work with Construction drawings and do quantity takeoffs as well as scoping and bid packages. The hardest part of my job is calculating numbers and coming up with the closest numbers for the quantity takeoffs.
Project Engineer (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 17 July 2015
"The Right People the Right Results"
All of the commercial jobs were of great magnitude. There was a true team feeling when working for Hunt. Travel was required but Hunt made relocating very smooth and hassle free. A great company to work for and I would recommend anyone to this company if they are willing to travel.
Annual Meeting in Scottdale, Az, Very elegant Christmas parties with nice Christmas Bonus
Great place to work depending on the project group.
Project Superintendent (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – 4 December 2013
Had the opprotunity to work with three project teams, two of the teams had great people and the project was enjoyable. However the third team I did not get the team member greeting and you had to fend for yourself. The project ws two years behind schedule and most of the subcontractors were preparing for claims. A very confrontational project between all members involved.
Not very personable and not willing to share information.
High profile projects, low profile treatment of employees
Marketing (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 6 November 2012
Incredibly difficult place to work as a marketing professional. There are a lot of expectations and hours expected out of the marketing staff at a very low salary. Senior executives view marketing as an admin role and treat you as such. I was once told "even a secretary can step in and do your job." There is a huge disconnect and lack of respect from construction operations management.
Do your research before applying here. Look at how many times marketing jobs have been posted by a company that overall only employs 8 in marketing across the country. I know of one position that has turned over 4 times in the last 2 years; that alone should be your indication that this is a difficult place to work.
free tickets to sporting events - company has suites in arenas. high profile project pursuits.
horrible 401k plan, lack of communication for senior management
Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Indianapolis – 28 October 2012
My typical day consist of completing expense reports and researching travel options. The executive management personnel that I support are very self sufficient. I am very limited in assisting them with their daily needs.
When my time is slow I will interact with other departments to assist with some of their projects.
Construction Secretary (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – 28 August 2012
Construction Secretary did everything from making coffee to filing invoices. Took care of ordering, taking and sending mail. Data entry of invoices and field work hours. Did some work with blue prints. Ran multiple errands, dropping off blueprints, and invoices to architects and other associates. I learned about the construction field and what goes into building a building. Co workers were great. Management was great.
loved the atmosphere and the employees
short term, construction project finished and moved out of state