Junior Structural Engineer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 June 2017
in my 4 years of experience, i enjoyed superb mentorship from one of the best structural engineers in Canada. My mentor was able to guide me through a wide variety of projects with rapidly increasing independence. The projection for professional growth is immense. The work environment is professional, friendly and safe.
Property Administrator (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 14 November 2016
Management was unprofessional and ignorant. Going to work was extremely stressful as you judged how you day was going to go depending on the greeting from the manager each morning. Most days the manager was nasty, negative, condesending and a micro manager who should never have been in the position of property manager. Property Manager interference with project management caused undue stress and anger from the staff involved. The most enjoyable part of the day was looking forward to going home to a peaceful setting.
Power engineer (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 31 October 2016
building manager, been here for almost 3 years taking care of tenant spaces , dealing with tenants and budgeting projects from boilers to chillers to roof repairs, to asphalt projects. making sure mechanical room and tenats are in good order.
Welders Helper (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 28 October 2016
They had great leader ship and mentoring programs. Acomplished a lot as a team. I have worked in construction for many years yet had not built a light rail transit system before. The supervisors and the senoir experienced members of the team showed us step by step how to efficiently and safly accomplish the tasks at hand. I would work for them again for sure.
Field Quality Co-ordinator (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 October 2016
Enjoyed working with company and learned about HVDC Power line construction. The work environment was very friendly with lots of scope of learning and different kinds of training for development with company.
Cost Control Specialist/Site Project Administrator (Former Employee) – Jansen, SK – 20 October 2016
Working at a construction site and living in camp is a different experience that is not for everyone. The isolation of such a job is often the hardest part of the job but sometimes it can be one of the best parts of the job. Working and living in such close quarters with your co-workers you soon learn a lot about them and often some strong bonds are formed. Usually the camaraderie among co-workers makes for a great work environment.
technicien en ventilation (Former Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 4 October 2016
Journée de travail typique. Horaire de travail flexible. Les avantages sociaux sont excellent J'ai appris, la surveillance de chantier. Belle complicité des collègues de travail et des chargés de projet. L'aspect le plus difficile du travail, le temps alloué pour les projets. L'aspect agréable, la confiance des collègues et des chargés de projet.
Good people in a productive and professional environment.
Western RegionProject Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 September 2016
Hired on a contractual basis that was to evolve into a permanent position before the project was cancelled by the client for reasons unrelated to performance by the company or team. Great job and coworkers.
Contrôleur des couts (Former Employee) – Tizi ouzou – 6 June 2016
c’était ma première expérience professionnel, travailler pour une firme comme SNC était une fierté pour moi, j'ai appris pas mal de chose, il y'avait une très bonne ambiance de travail, on travaillait en équipe.