Steamfitter/Pipefitter (Current Employee), Conklin, AB – January 17, 2015
Learning opportunities and good salary and benefits -co-workers were from around Canada and some from the US, so it was always interesting meet new people on site and at camp -hardest part was adjusting to the lifestyle of being away from my friends and family at home
Corporate Admin (Current Employee), Edmonton, AB – December 1, 2014
Pros: good pay, time off when needed, awesome coworkers
Cons: parking downtown
In my admittedly short time here (less than 3 months) Phoenix has been pretty great about having a work/life balance. My coworkers and I have become friends quickly and the manager is around and willing to listen when you have an idea about how to improve the company.
Apprentice Steamfitter/Pipefitter (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – November 29, 2014
team work is really good and everybody helps each other when possible the company really stresses on work safety the hardest part of the job is dealing with the out doors but the company does provide gear for the elements if your an apprentice the company does have a good training program
Construction Manager (Current Employee), Fort McMurray – September 30, 2014
Definitely enjoyed my experience at phoenix, the safety culture is excellent and the people and benefits are the best have seen. Everyday was a learning experience for me and it made it a company that I can truly say was a pleasure to work with.
Pipe-fitter (Former Employee), Northern Alberta – March 27, 2014
Pros: work/home life, great wage, good people in the field
Cons: poor management
If you are purely about the money and have no other prospects, they're. Not bad. They were short-changing us travel money that the client had told us to our faces we were being given for travel. Stealing directly from the workers. What else is new I guess.
There were a lot of good folks in the field. Field upper management didn't care about us and it was very clear even when they "pencil-whipped" meetings going through the rhetoric about saying how were addressing our issues (they weren't addressed).