concrete finisher (Current Employee) – mildred lk ab. – April 24, 2014
We are treated like we're just a number. The management is the big problem with this place. Management has a hard time not letting the power they have go to thier heads. If youre hard up for a job than this is the place to go for a filler job. This place is no good for your mental health. Everything you ever learned any where else does not apply here. This is a good place to work if you know nothing about the industry and are just starting out in your career.
decent pay, when they didnt mess it up
having to do things the hard way, not doing things the right way the first time. they like to play, games
i love to go to work as an operator and learned new things ,i can work unsupervised, i can get long with anyone i go to work each day to make a living and to give my employer a good days work i work hard and injoy what i do ,my last employer was very pleased with my work.
Ballast Control Operator (Current Employee) – Bull Arm, NL – May 11, 2016
The Ballast team work 14 hour days and are situated 50m below sea level where we coordinate and control the stability of the 640,000 tonne floating structure. Frequently butting heads with construction teams where there are compromises to marine and structural integrity issues, a diplomatic and firm stance is required. A substandard ballast system in use means we have to innovate frequently whilst holding back our frustration at the lack of progress to repair and replace items that are supplied by the vendors.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – April 10, 2016
Working in the material distribution department, gave great exposure to materials used in piping, structural and electrical. Assisting the tool crib gave me greater knowledge in the equipment required for use in this industry.
Organized fast pace environment.
Position is reliant on future projects that may not be rewarded.
Construction/ Project Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – April 7, 2016
Kiewit is a well oiled machine, the people are committed and the process and procedures are second to none. They look after their key people and even when things are slow they look after you. The training programs for staff is exceptional and the advancement opportunities are only restricted to your own desire to advance. The only down side for me with Kiewit is you must be prepared to travel to projects just about anywhere. Some people really enjoy this but not in my forte.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Cochrane, Ontario – April 2, 2016
Kewit is the safety workplace who prides themselves doing the job safe .This company was the best I've ever had the chance to work for keep up the good work. Safety is top priority in this company it shows they care about you and your family more companies should take an example of this great company .
Long hours and can work 7 days plus
To many foremans on same job leads to confusion at times .
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – April 1, 2016
Depends on the project you are on but they have a great support system to help you learn and do your job efficiently. You will do weld inspection, turnover, vessel inspection, document review, QA walkdowns and Tri-party walks