Concrete finisher (Former Employee) – Vancouver Island, BC – 26 November 2013
Most of the high up kiewit employees are coke heads or drunks they show up on site hungover or with drawl from drugs.I couldn't believe the amount of favortism among long time buddy's or employees you could get your foot in the door unless you deal drugs or party hard with them therefore it's hard to get in with this company
Project Planner/Scheduler (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 5 August 2017
I really enjoy working for Kiewit. They provide the best training for your employees and career advancement is rapid provided you put in the work. You get to build challenging projects with great co-workers.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 28 June 2017
You were kept busy though out the day as there is always something to do. I like this because the days go faster and you were always learning new things. Safety is always first. A wide variety of job skills as we were in the business of helping construction people get their job done as safely and efficiently as possible. If you needed help, or were not sure of something, then your co-workers/management would help in anyway they could (all you had to do was ask). If and when you needed anything, (tools, materials, help etc.) they supplied it. Kiewit is all about safety and getting home to your family in the same condition you came to site. :) The hardest part, of any job, is when the project is nearing completion and your new friends/family are going on to other things. The best part of working for Kiewit was the respect they insisted that everyone have for their co-workers/job/camp life/environment/other people at the site/ and the human race in general.
Flights/camps/tools/supplies/even some cloths were covered
The pay may have been a little less than others but it was made up for in other areas
chief mate (Former Employee) – bull arm nl – 22 June 2017
this was the first time I worked for Kiewit. I found this company to be very safety oriented and provided all employees with all the tools necessary to complete their duties in a safe and timely manner. I found all supervisors to be competent and were very good at treating the workers with respect and guided them whenever needed.
Great place to get a good overall exposure to corporate business
Business Clerk & Accounts Payable (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 6 June 2017
great company to work for including great benefits and employee appreciation days and swag. Management was good and well structured. Hours were normal and the people that work there are also fantastic.
Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 29 May 2017
working in the mod yard in Edmonton was great and the guys running it did a great job. Working out of town for them though was a lot different, the organization was terrible and the would layoff people and then tell the they screwed up and hire them back on in the same day
No work life balance. If you are driven and don't care about your home life then this company is for you. Otherwise, it's a good startup company to get your foot in the door for many other great opportunities out there.
Senior Engineering Lead (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 10 May 2017
Great company in construction industry. Involved in major complex diversified projects around the world with primary focus in North America. Employees have opportunities to specialize in a variety of roles.
Survey Manager (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 May 2017
Kiewit has been nothing but good to me over the last 10 years. I have been consistently employed and enjoyed every year. They do an excellent job at work/life balance. They also allow a lot of room for advancement.