General Foreman (Former Employee) – Ft. McMurray, AB – 5 April 2018
Working with Jacobs at Syncrude was a very good experience. I was hired as a Nightshift piping superintendent but Syncrude decided not to have a nightshift. I looked after the Baghouse piping and pumps on the SERP project. I had worked on this type of piping before at Genese Power Plant with Jacobs. The Safety culture was excellent. We had no major incidents or accidents. That was probably the most enjoyable part of that job. The work force was very safety conscious. The hardest part of the job was the travel to and from town.
Safety, good workplace, good people, good wages, good benefits
Steam Fitter (Former Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 4 April 2018
I put pipe together, climb ladders, go into confined spaces and do hydrotesting on piping. I would always learn because things always change. The management is excellent, easy to talk to, work with you and safety is always first. The workplace is always clean and well organized. Lifting pipe into position is the hardest part of the job. The best part of the job is working with great people and knowing they are a very safe company to work for.
Lead Cost Engineer / Lead Project Control Engineer (Former Employee) – Fort Mcmurray Alberta Canada – 14 February 2018
This is a fun place to work, results-oriented, Everyone here cares about each other, This is a great place to learn and grow. Employees have good relationships with management that are based on trust.When correction is needed, employees readily accept the constructive criticism offered by leaders.
Crane Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – 27 January 2018
structured and safe work culture. They beleive in safety first and work second. Promoting relationships for a healthy work enviroenment. Daily and weekly safety meetings, and providing the right equipment for the job.
Carpenter (Former Employee) – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – 3 January 2018
There is nothing what this company cheeping out when it goes towards safety you need something to finish your job...you will get it. leadership is reasonable be able to adopt to new ways to finish your job.