Delnor Construction
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Delnor Construction Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Construction, Repair & Facilities Services
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 28 reviews and is evolving.


International Spy in Everywhere
on 24 July 2021
The world owes you nothing, Take what you can get and work hard for it always.
Long Term Employee, Career advancement is pretty easy if you are driven and good at what you do. Most people have the wrong opinion of what it is to work for a prime contractor. Here is what they think, Apprenticeship learning sound fundamental skills by way of doing and learning from an experienced Tradesmen. The reality, doing work that isn't contracted out ( Hoardings, parapets, AVB, Grouting columns the typical GC life) the method of learning by watching contractors complete their scope and seeing construction projects from start to finish by being paid competitively for skills they don't have or need to posses. Career Advancement? Absolutely if you are a capable and competent tradesmen you can move from carpenter to Forman and up fairly easily. Sometimes jobs go sideways and that can suck but that is anywhere usually the comradery makes up for the painful site conditions- scope or Management/ Subtrades.Layoffs? Never heard of them.. If you get laid off from a construction company that is busy year round it is likely due to lack of skills, Ambition or having a cancerous attitude. Typically the people that think they are being under valued are in actuality being paid above and beyond their production and skill level. Delnor is a medium size company that has small company Values. Anyone in upper management can be approached for a conversation by the lowest level employee that has not changed.
HSE Advisor in Calgary, AB
on 2 June 2021
Treated like a criminal
At the start I thought Delnor really had it together. Wages aren’t competitive at all. Management are super rude. My boss and HR treated me like a criminal when I gave my notice. Very degrading. Wouldn’t recommend.
Carpenter/Forman in Edmonton, AB
on 21 August 2020
Stressful and unorganized
Worst HR ever. Never on your side. Never appreciate your hard work. Unorganized and unaware of workers potentials. Send guys to site without knowledge.
Journeyman Carpenter in Edmonton, AB
on 10 March 2020
Busy company when contracts are available
Was hired with government contracts in the works. When the government contracts were cancelled, employment was spread through the company as much as possible. When work was no longer available, layoffs were encountered.
Superintendent in Alberta
on 24 February 2020
Good company with a great field team.
Delnor is a well established construction management company. They deal in institutional, commercial and industrial segments of the business. Lately they have made upper management changes that haven't had the opportunity to bear fruit.

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