MECHANICAL COMPLETIONS CO-ORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 17 October 2017
· Create format for System Walkdown binders. · Populate related Documents for each system Walkdown binder. · Organize System pre-walk information. · Prepare and review turnover requirements. · Organize system pre-walk schedule and distribution. · Interface with Contractors, Engineering, QAQC, CSU, Document Control and Client to completion.
· Create and distribute Deficiency lists related to each System walk down.
· Prepare “Completion” Binders for turnover to Client.
· Attend Construction and Completions System walk downs. · Record Deficiencies on System Walkdowns. · Attend Punchlist review and System progress meetings.
Environmental Specialist (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 30 August 2017
AMEC FW provides a great work to life balance with a fun working environment. The management team are great mentors with their employees as their priority. Some jobs are better than others, however overall the quality of work at AMEC FW is great.
Document Controller (Current Employee) – Kuwait – 13 August 2017
Busy but challenging work everyday. I have learned to manage my time properly and prioritize tasks to be done. The management is good with all the managers being supportive to growth of each and every employee. Hardest part of the job is I have to adjust to middle east culture and deal with co-workers who came from different parts of the globe. The most enjoyable part is was able to learn more new experience and skills everyday.
Electrical Engineer (EIT) and Project Lead (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 7 August 2017
All around good company to work for, projects are interesting. Advancement is good, but bottlenecked by large quantity of management. Only real issue with them is that there's too much management who try and micromanage everything.
It's a good experience to work in Potash Mining Project in Saskatoon.
Electrical Engineer (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 27 July 2017
My new job in Amec Foster Wheeler Saskatoon is entirely different from my previous job in the Middle East and in the Philippines. This is my first time to work in mining company and the system is a litle bit different from my previous experience especially on the design of Electrical Modular Substation wherein my previous experience are mostly on stick built Electrical Substation. The new technology for the Design of Modular Electrical Room including the Heat Tracing system is an added knowledge to me.
Learn new technology and sometimes free lunch during lunch & learn session.
Most of the time attending meetings both in design & project execution.
Consultant (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 29 June 2017
Unqualified supervisor with no project management skills, only knows micromanage team members. Branch manager has no intention to correct the problem, nor the other project managers are aware of the wrong people in the wrong position situation. Special treatment to people who have connection to VP level, Unrealistic budget of most small projects, wrong hiring decisions and company culture is very conservative, not open minded.
fair medical coverage
culture is narrow minded and management team doesn't have courage to correct problems
Engineering Design Engineer (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 22 June 2017
Not the best experience. Not the worst. Department went downhill. Manager didn't care. Really disorganized. Bad moral ethics. No encouragement. No recognition. Underpaid. No salary increase. Cheap. Overcharging clients. Charging clients on projects we shouldn't because too cheap to charge O/H.
Engineering Internship - Design Analyst (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 June 2017
I worked here on my internship and enjoyed it to the utmost. My days consisted of constantly challenging my knowledge from what I learned in University. I was also required to read more textbooks and papers to gain a better understanding that was not taught in school. I learned about project management, self-management, torsional vibration control and water hammer. The variety of people who work here is huge and I was always learning more and more about different cultures and countries; truly spectacular. The job and people were open to ask questions to at anytime which was the most important part for me.
Great variety of people to talk with, challenging work