Pipefitter journeyman (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 10 January 2019
We worked everyday have a meeting for safety,our company told us to play safe.if you think it is not for you to that job don't that job,I learned to become observer to my work and to my co workers.our company is good to workers they think our safety for our family.workplace must be you are safe place.hardest part our job is when work in high elevation for rigging installation using crane equipment.just to check the lines with your drawing.
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.
Pipefitter Foreman (Former Employee) – Cold Lake, AB – 14 June 2017
As the the company changed ownership and grew, from Flint to URS then AECOM. I feel I became more of just a number with AECOM. Less personal of big companies. They did keep me working for the most part in these harder times of lower oil prices.
Apprentice Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Hardisty, AB – 19 January 2017
I enjoyed working for AECOM. I worked for them at two different locations and worked under two different management teams. There is a strong safety presence within the company. There were several instances where the proper tool for the job was not available.
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.
Steamfitter/Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 October 2016
I found this job very rewarding with a very respectful group of professionals to work with. safety is very important with this company and will spend a good part of the pre job meeting in the morning addressing safety concerns and discussing how to work safe on the job. Safety is drilled into your head, so that when you go on site, you can identify hazards before you are injured. Plain and simple. I found a lot of camaraderie between workers on site and off. Although my time on job was cut short because of a personal issue, I would work for them again in a second.
Pipefitter / Project Foreman (Current Employee) – Whitecourt, AB – 12 February 2016
With the down falling economy They keeps taking away from the worker even though they say there people are # 1? They have taken away the RRSP donation, and also had a wage decrees and possible another one in the near future .