Superintendent (Former Employee) – Edmonton, Calgary. – 26 February 2019
Management at the higher level stink. they use the word Integrity which means honesty, uprightness, probity, rectitude and honour, I found none of these values in this company, Nepotism and Dutch favouritism rife in Edmonton and Calgary. Un skilled and unprofessional project managers is usually the normal. Steer clear.
Long hours if your hourly paid and like working long hours
very long hours on salaried site staff, lazy un helpfull project managers
Estimator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 February 2017
This company is run on fear and back stabbing. You cannot speak your mind in fear of being fired. They rule with an iron fist and believe in the top down structure like a pyramid. Everyone is afraid of losing their job and they go through staff like crazy. They seem to hire people to see if they can be submissive to their rule. I would not suggest applying here..not a healthy environment.
Construction Labourer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 20 October 2016
Poured concrete. Framed walles. Formed footing. Finished floors. Wall. Footings. I have. Many ticket. Like propane. Cpr. Telahander. Operator. Iam always on time. Good with others. I can lead. If need be. I can run any machine. Or tool. I think i would be a good indiction to your company. Thx. Mike
Skilled Labourer (Former Employee) – ON – 19 November 2013
The company has gotten big enough that the workers are just numbers. Experience will vary greatly based on who the current supervisor of each project is. About 75% of promotions are based on if you drink/are buddies with the supervisor. Quantity over quality rules. This philosophy often causes problems for the next person/crew who follows up behind. This leads to a level of frustration and is a source of internal loathing. Don't expect something that causes a loss of money or productivity to be noticed.
Honest pay. Okay benefits. Some great co-workers.
Be gone weeks at a time from home. Whether you work hard or sleep, it's rarely noticed.
IT Helpdesk Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 January 2013
I did this as a coop program while i was in my high school. I worked there for a semester so i would say about 4 months.I used to start at 8 and I would be done at 5. I've learned alot from working there. I learned how to fix pc and laptops. My co-workers were older then me and they were done their university. Working there was fun and i wouldn't say there was any hard part of the job.