Site CSO/OFA - Mission Correctional Facility (Former Employee) – Mission, BC – 29 June 2018
Bird is a good mid range construction management company with a good safety culture. Benefits for employees are on par with industry standards. Management is competent and willing to listen to employees.
Civil Labourer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 28 May 2018
Construction laborers have many duties on job sites that help work run smoother, including cleaning and preparing sites to ensure debris is properly removed, building scaffolding and other temporary structures, operating and maintaining equipment and digging trenches. They may also assist workers from other trades with their work.
Wonderful company to work for! Management and crew staff are friendly, helpful, and passionate about construction and what they do. Strong core values and beliefs which are followed through on by everyone in the company. I've worked on multiple sites, with multiple different crews, and the one thing that's consistent is the passion. Everyone truly cares for the core values and beliefs of Bird and focuses their daily tasks …
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 29 November 2017
For the short time I was there until they ran out of projects for me, it was a good experience and a learned a lot. Typical construction lunches with subs and clients. Direct manager was a good mentor. Higher ups had other things on their minds.
Bird Construction is a company that expands across Canada
Superintendent (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 10 November 2017
I have worked for Bird Construction for 10 years. I started as a carpenter and worked my way up to superintendent, which i worked for 4 years. I spent many good years with Bird and completed many projects safely.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 6 July 2017
The salary paid by Bird is pretty nice and has a lot of benefits. However, the management team is doing a terrible job on site. The deadlines for project are always postponed. Even though u are a permenent employee, the job is still not fully secured.