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I absolutely recommend this company to anyone who gets the opportunity to work for them. Defiantly a family atmosphere. An excellent safety culture,with high safety standards.
Fun atmosphere, great group of people, weekends off
bad company...misleading they have Bechtel culture...nepotism, networking, but less competence...people are hardly promoted and not on competence...incompetent managers are not changed
too many to say starting with managers
This was one of the best Company and Team i have worked with. My Team had really good and helpful people. Always ready to answer difficulties and support when needed. My Team and the Manager was very knowledgeable and Understanding. Wonderful Experience working with them at Bantrel. Liked the alternate Fridays Off and Benefits were decent too.
During 4 years working in bantrel edmonton and calgary office, I learned a lot. I was working in different kind of project from small to big size. The one positive part of bantrel was work place culture that as my view point is one of the best epc companies in calgary.
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A typical work day is 6am - 5:30pm with breaks when time permits. Learned about new construction codes out of my discipline, management is aware they are management and get the perks. Workplace culture is a double standard between client and contractor. Hardest part of the day is dealing with so many strong personalities, however the most enjoyable part of the day is being with such hard working dedicated people who have the same goal.
This was a great place to work, they ensured that you had the necessary staff, equipment and assistance to perform all your duties in the run of a day. The hardest part of the job is always the travel, but once I arrived it was like a second family and the camp life was great.
I worked with the crew that handled pulling cables and install tray in an industrial environment. Working with other crews that already occupies a location that we need to work on is probably the hardest part of the job. A more pro-active approach and communication is required to maintain safety and productivity of the crew. Learning a lot about the industrial setting while getting paid really well was the most rewarding part.
Working with other crews