Human Recourse Administrator (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 January 2018
At E Construction Ltd., the company is very well ran and very well taken care of. a typical day in the office is lots of filing, doing some benefit activation, helping employees with benefit and pension information. Setting employees up in our payroll system. reports need to be done monthly, and timely.
I have learned lots of new skills, that I can expand into other opportunities as well.
Management is excellent
The hardest part of the job is the long hours, I need more flexibility.
The most enjoyable part of the job, is the people are super friendly and its so close to everything, easy access.
Assistant du département de gestion de projet (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 September 2017
this company was a great company for advancement and progress in your carreer but for the reason of small town and cercle of friends in the company it was a little harder to be able to atteint the goal you wanted to.
Junior Quality Control Tester (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 September 2017
Worked at different gravel pit locations within Alberta. Depending on the amount of gravel required for the project, I would be at that site for a month to three months. Required to drive to and from the site. The company provides the vehicle, hotel and food allowance. I was on a 12 hour shifts, day or night and 14 days on and 2 days off.
Road Construction Labourer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 August 2017
it had been a wonderful experience. being a 17-19 year old, working a tough job i had no idea would hold such great lessons and work ethic. majority of what i learnt, i learned through the construction industry and have no regrets.
Flag Person road Construction (Former Employee) – Gift Lake Metis Settlement, AB – 8 July 2017
I liked working for this company, they were very friendly and willing to help teach me new skills. The hours were good and the crew was Friendly to work with. I have applied with them recently and I hope they call me again this summer.
Urban Base Foreman & Superintendent (Former Employee) – Northern Alberta – 5 April 2017
Working at E Construction provides one with opportunities to practice and improve upon ones skills. The teams are extraordinary hard working and skilled persons. The hardest part of the job is sometimes getting contract persons on ones side to get the job done in a timely and efficient manner. Management is supportive and allows one to take ownership of ones job. Risks are supported by management.
Flag Person (Former Employee) – Alberta Highways. – 5 February 2017
I really enjoyed my time with this company, met a lot of great people. I just wish that there wasn't so many work hours in a day also not as many days in a row, but when you only get the summer time to work construction on the road, every little it counts.
Road base crew (Former Employee) – Lac La Biche, AB – 24 May 2016
First construction job, great staff and co-workers were good to work with. long hours with overtime, was hard standing in the sun as a flags person for 8 or more hours a day without breaks. Enjoyed running skid steer.
fast paced and long days but lots of fun and alway mething new to learn
Laborer (Former Employee) – slave lake alberta – 16 May 2016
working anything from 10-16 hours depending on the jobs we were doing. we worked on small residential patches and roadways within slave lake. we also worked alongside standard general well paving the new over pass on the QE2 just north of Leduc. we also worked long night shifts at the peace river airport laying down a new runway. the bet part of the jb was the people I got t work with and the new experiences I had. the worst part was working n 25+ weather everyday with 130 degree+ asphalt