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no job security . better pay the chuch
Electrical Assembler (Former Employee) –  Coaldale, AB7 January 2019
if your not a church member youcould get let go at any moment. very click-ish . if you dont fit in and keep ur head down you wont last long. the place has good benefits but horrible management,
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benefits
Cons
bad management
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Clean shop..owner was great very understanding and always made time if there was an issue
Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee) –  Coaldale, AB13 March 2018
Management sucks project manager is a dillweed then all the way down to lead hands they been there to long. Dinosaurs time to retire and let new generation take over. No room for advancement unless your family...bounuses were great jake vanseter treats his employees good...the rest of them are useless..lots of weekend work and 10hr days I lived in that building...on the upside there was many cool projects police vehicles, firetrucks, bomb disposal...lots of aluminum welding very toxic..ummm
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Itb will keep u if your old and been there for 40 years
Cons
Itb will keep the old sick and weary
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Productive and fun workplace
Office Assistant (Former Employee) –  Coaldale, AB10 October 2017
Worked here for 2 months for a job shadowing program. I was able to learn many valuable skills to apply towards my future in administration. Great work environment- productive, but know how to have fun.
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Clean work environment
Designer (Former Employee) –  Coaldale, AB14 March 2017
A typical day at work involved designing truck bodies for different customers in all areas of Canada. Part of the design process was to make sure the drawings could be well interpreted on the shop floor.
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workplace environment
Labourer in Metal Fabrication (Former Employee) –  Coaldale, AB31 October 2016
A typical day a work involves cutting aluminum material for the door builders.
we learned how to install roll up doors, barn doors, compartment doors on van bodies and trailers.
Management was always there to assist with any concerns you may have and your co workers were always there to give a working hand.
hard part of job was working with stainless steel.
The most enjoy part of the job was seeing a unit completed from start to finish.
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All around fun place to work and learn new things
Fabricator (Former Employee) –  Langley, BC11 August 2016
lots of different jobs that can be done there, lots of cool people, always a fun day and never the same thing every day- there's always something new to be done every day.
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Productive and Fun Workplace
Welder (Former Employee) –  Surrey, BC11 December 2015
I would fabricate steal and aluminum for truck/trailer frames, read blueprints and weld it all together. I learned how to weld aluminum and manage my day accordingly. Management was good, they were there for the employees and made sure you got proper training. The co-workers all got along and would provide help if needed. Hardest part would be flipping the frames to weld the other side and being to much of a perfectionist. The most enjoyable part of the day would be the completion of a frame and starting a new one.
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Productive fast paced enviroment
Electrical Apprentice. (Former Employee) –  Langley, BC15 October 2015
Very helpful place to learn and build your skills, but unfortunately no real opportunity to become highly qualified or certified.

Good hard working team of employees. Host BBQ days in the summer. hardest part of the job was time management. Best part was the variety of work and interesting projects that were built.

While here i also read CAD drawings. Learned how to MIG and TIG weld Aluminum and Steel. I also learned how to fabricate while perusing my electrical apprenticeship.
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Job Security
Cons
Needs more organization
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Nice clean place to work
Welder /Fabricator (Former Employee) –  langley bc25 September 2013
Good shop to work for, but not for long term unless you don't want to make money.
Pros
well organized shop and production
Cons
company is family and friend oriented, so unless you are you probably not going to make it a career.
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