Foreman/ HE Operator (Former Employee) – Various locations in Alberta – 5 September 2017
Good company to work for if you can keep your nose clean and do your job safe. It's the nature of this industry that there is a lot of turn over. They pay quite well, but again the industry as a whole seems to be going through a salary adjustment.
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Nisku, AB – 1 July 2017
A company that allowed me to work as much overtime as i wanted to was great. The thing i liked the most were the safety meetings they were very well organized informal and even entertaining. The continuous safety stat updates on stats were great.
Apprentice Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Nisku, AB – 15 August 2016
This was just a temporary position and I was aware of it when I was hired. But work has been hard to find, so I had to broaden my search. I stayed at a B&B to avoid daily commutes. The management and fellow tradesmen were great to work with. It was a safe and educational work environment for me.
Document Controller/Turnover Clerk/QC admin (Former Employee) – CNRL HORIZON Fort Macurry,Alberta – 6 June 2016
• Document Control: Update all Documents and make copies for the GF’s and Document Control binder and Project Manager, RFI’s Logs and Binders, Master Drawing List, • Turnover Clerk: Making all subsystems binders and put all the information in binders ,getting them ready for turnover • QC Clerk: Helping out the QC in paper work
Good place to work, not very good for a full time job
Supermod/Furnace/Vac tower construction (Former Employee) – Alberta – 26 April 2016
Working there was good, learned a lot from a number of experienced co-workers, the job was extremely physically demanding, the management could also use some improving, and the crew of guys we had was awesome.
Project Administrator (Former Employee) – Fort Mackay, AB – 9 April 2016
Busy, fast paced environment with intensive work requirements, where all team members were required to work closely and effectively with each other to meet the clients needs. Positive team effort & leadership allowed us to meet these goals successfully.
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 February 2016
Start day with a meeting and then stretches. Safe out work area do FLHA gather tool and materials. Fab and install brackets and supports for piping and valves. Working with good people and being able to work my own set of drawings is something I enjoyed.
Material Coordinator/Purchaser/Expeditor (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 30 January 2016
Overall the best company I've worked for and I've been in the industry 30 years. No company is perfect but Phoenix folks work hard together and that makes the difference. Larger companies could learn a lot from them. I learned a great deal and made life long friends. I'd go back if the right opportunity presented itself.
Great systems, awesome coworkers, pay, good corporate management
Always swamped, some poor supervision at site level on occasuon
JOURNEYMAN PIPEFITTER (Former Employee) – Fort Mackay, AB – 26 January 2016
everyday is just the same day, they learned from us more than we learned from them, but every one is good to work with. hardest part of the job is when there is no available tools at the tool crib and all we can do is wait for someone to finish there job so we can borrow their tools and do ours. but helping one another is the most enjoyable part of it