Chief Engineer (Former Employee) – San Francisco Ca – 12 December 2013
Duties were to manage all equipment and operations. Chief engineer responsible for 3 buildings totaling 126,000 square feet; energy management system (EMS Delta); 300 heat pumps; 400 ton cooling tower VFD drives; heating hot water boiler system; fire life safety; electrical problems as well as the daily maintenance and repair of all support operations and administrative aspects, including budgets.
Technician (Former Employee) – Canada – 29 November 2017
If your looking for a career and you have ethics this is not for you. Salary and benefits are ok and if you like working with people then it could be good if it wasn't for management. Although all the talk from management is about quality of service to the client that's where it ends. The reality is they don't want employee,s that are capable and have the abilty to use their own initiative to do the best they can for the client. There is no mutual respect or trust ,often information is incorrect and feed back ignored. Typically you end up doing your best for the client in-spite of the shockingly poor management in certain Canadian programs. The only good part was working with great clients and piers.