Plumber and pipe fitter (Former Employee) – Ft. McMurray, AB – 27 December 2017
great place to work.safe, great people to work with. management was organized and took care of the workers. No task was unsafe and easily understood directions. made lots of friends, and hope to work with wacom again.
Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 2 November 2017
management very good, took care of any issues promptly.safe working atmosphere.and a good crew.i would recommend working for them anytime.we were able to safely do our job and the guys always had good communication with each other.
Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 23 October 2017
I enjoyed my time working with the company. It was safe. Productive yet fun. They made sure l was comfortable with every job situation l was placed in. There was the message to the employee. There is no silly questions to be asked.
QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTOR (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 16 October 2017
AECOM is one of the giants in the industry. In this type of international organizations, employee satisfaction may change from location to another. My experience was with the Alberta branch so it is specific to location. The resources you will have is more than adequate however level of professionalism is questionable. Upper management is mostly coming from trades, less educated, more experienced. This could be a good thing if they could educate themselves on the level of the posts they sit in, however, it is not the case most of the time for AECOM. Favoritism is also a big problem, it does not matter how you perform if you are not from the 'neigbourhood'.
Apprentice Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 19 January 2017
I have worked for AECOM at two different locations and had complete different management teams at each job. I enjoyed working for this company. They were very accommodating with me when I was preparing to go to school and provided me with employment when school was finished.
Registered Electrician Apprentice (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 8 January 2016
At the time i was working for URS energy now AECOM. They kept me busy with challenging tasks that helped me along with my electrical apprenticeship. Management could use some help, if you weren't part of their inner circle, you suffered.
Materials Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, Alberta – 8 September 2015
Fun place to work however working in a construction environment has it's challenges. Crowded work spaces and lots of distractions. As a result of current oil and gas market, job security was an issue for me.