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All Good safe place to work
Welder/Fitter (Former Employee) –  St. John's, NL27 February 2017
Was a great place to work learned lots and made new friends. To bad the job will soon be done. I enjoyed working there the job had good benefit's.
Great hours Good Money
Job Is comming to a end
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Nice but could not survive the storm
ROCESS ENGINEER (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB18 January 2018
Work day: 10-15% meetings and inter-discipline support, 60-70% independent assignment and 10-15% project support.
What you learned: team-work, self-control, multi-tasking, coordinating and developing guidelines and specifications.
Management: minimal involvement
Workplace Culture: encourage innovation and diversity
The hardest part of the job: Growing organization, lack of standards and procedures
Most enjoyable: Great peole overall
Open and flexible
Could not survive the storm
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typical construction day
Field Construction Manager (Former Employee) –  Vancouver Island, BC17 December 2017
• Oversaw and directed construction projects from concept to completion
• Chaired weekly site meetings with company management and all site contractors
• Reviewed all Documentation and Safety Work Plans of all contractors, including the prime contractor on site, before allowing the work to begin
• Reviewed project documentation in-depth for schedule deliverables
• Oversaw all onsite and offsite construction to monitor compliance with client requirements and building and safety regulations and requirements
• Coordinated and supervised all trade workers and contractors on site
• Arranged for materials, and equipment and received and tracked all inventory
• Ensured all contractors met the contractual requirements
• Reviewed daily, weekly and monthly work progress and prepared internal and external reports on job status to Project Manager and Client Project Manager
• Planned ahead to prevent problems and immediately resolve emerging problems to avoid delays and critical issues
• Analyzed, managed and mitigated risks
• Ensured contract adherence of quality construction standards and proper techniques
• Issued Request for Information (RFI), Site Instructions (SI), Non-Compliance Reports (NCR), and Field Memo and Inquiries (FMI)
• Ensured all
  more... personnel on site complied with the safety program
• Monitored safe work procedures of contractors and workers to ensure safety compliances
satisfaction of seing each phase in the construction completed safely
Having to deal with highly inflated egos at AMEC
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