Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 November 2017
Once there was a management change in 2016 the office culture and moral decreased significantly. I learned a lot from the company, but that is due to me being great at self-learning and not from training from others.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT (Current Employee) – Alberta – 8 December 2016
Over my years with Kiewit I have had the opportunity to work with some great people. I have learnt allot about the business and how to professionally conduct myself around the client and coworkers. The Kiewit management group is constantly pushing you to strive to be the best at everything you do and hold you accountable. Some days you ask yourself WHY do I do this to myself and others you are loving it.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Pointe Du Bois, MB – 16 November 2016
friendly people safe working environment excellent team work management is quick to act on problems when they arise. also good transport to and from job site . . I really enjoyed meeting and working with the people I've met in this company...
Paid travel time, friendly and work safe environment
Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – Alberta Kearl Lake – 1 November 2016
Very professional and safe environment great co- workers always looking out for one another. Have courses available for safety mentoring and many others to help with safety culture and to help with new employees
Electrician (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 26 October 2016
basically do our stretches, safety meeting in the morning and write our jha for the day then receive work from our foreman for the day then we would walk down the job and gather tools and information for the task then complete the task. we would record all material used for the day then give it to our foreman at the end of the day. sometimes i would learn stuff sometimes i would not. hardest part of my work days are probally working after breaks or when i got to walk around look for my foreman because im confused or dont know what to do.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Kearl Lake, AB – 26 October 2016
One of the best Industrial Electrical Companies I have ever worked for! Great work atmosphere, great people to work with awesome guys. Great management and GF's to work for. Great safety protocol to ensure a safe work environment.
Purchasing Manager (Former Employee) – Pointe Du Bois, MB – 30 September 2016
My experience with management was exceptional. This company is full of talented hard working professionals. Expect long hours and many challenges as this company has no trouble giving opportunities to go-getters and can-do people.
Commence with review of shift reports and then prepare for Production / Safety Management meeting. Provide direction and leadership to safety, health, environment, security and emergency response teams. Conduct safety analysis and trending of incidents, coordinate HAZID and Risk Assessment for job activity, review project procedures ad management of change. Meet with Level 1 managers and provide updates on safety to project director. Facilitate monthly client / contractor SSHE Steering Committee meetings and provide project updates and trending. At beginning of project, Multi cultural workforce and management created a challenge in understanding work processes and personalities. Leadership forums helped the understanding completed a strong 'one team' approach. This at the beginning was difficult, however became the most enjoyable in learning about eacvh culture on the project.
Team Buildings. Being a component of a dynamic team
it was a good place to work i learned a lot of new techniques in how to install concrete.
concrete finisher / point and patch (Former Employee) – Kapuskasing, ON – 22 September 2016
my job was to pour and place concrete and to patch any deficiencies at the dam. i learned what it takes to build a power dam. the hardest part of my job was to be away from my family for 28 days at a time there was a good core of guys to work with they where ready to help you when you needed it.
Co-op Student - Field Engineering (Former Employee) – Fort Mackay, AB – 17 September 2016
I worked with Kiewit for 8 months as a co-op student and it was great other than flying in and out. I loved the work and the location but it put strain on personal relationships. They pay well, and expect you to earn it. The safety and job culture are great and so is the possibility of career advancement.
Welder/Fitter Foreman (Current Employee) – Kearl Lake, AB – 15 September 2016
I learned a lot about safety working for Kiewit. The hardest part of my job at first was getting used to the safety culture that Kiewit actually believes in and works by. I learned a great deal about how planning a job comes together and how to become a good leader.