NEXEN DRU (Current Employee), Anzac, AB – March 7, 2015
Pros: very work force oriented
Cons: project longevity
Working environment of this company is very dynamic and ever changing, from the tool box talks in the morning to end of the day you will or can be on different tasks. Being able to adjust to constant change is must. Co-workers are very easygoing going, and want to work, if you slack off they will push you out.
Electrician (Former Employee), alberta – March 3, 2015
people which i work with were kind and professional. management was professional. co-worker were great. hardest part of the job are the long shift with the travelling included in it. the most enjoyable part of the job to create a project and know you may do a difference.
Electrical Commissioning Technician (Current Employee), fort mcmurray – January 5, 2015
The Employer promised a longer work time, but could only provide employees with short term work. Travel accommodations were poorly organized and the work was not managed well. Being laid off over Christmas holidays and promised to be returned back to work was the worst lie a company could do. No impressed with them.
Electrician, Ore Preparation Plant (OPP) Project (Former Employee), AB – March 31, 2014
Reading and interpreting diagrams, blueprints and schematic drawings Heat Tracing, cable pull, Dressing, Terminating Glanding and Testing Installing, testing distribution and control equipment, Electrical heat traces
mechanical (Former Employee), Fort McMurray – November 24, 2013
Cons: lie to you
Got hurt on a job site, no backing from Kentz...they lied on the doctor's form and paperwork so couldn't collect WCB... was out of work for 3 months forced to live on savings and visa to attend treatment and rehabilitation and pay bills.