MAINTENANCE FIELD CO-ORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Sunrise, NS – 15 September 2018
Quinn takes pride in the work they do for the client, they take the time to train their workforce and management stays engaged with the work force. I have been learning a lot about managing crews while working for Quinn.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 19 July 2018
Great place to work, caring and commutative company to work for. Succession planning could be improved and salary for admin staff could be budgeted better but overall the culture and environment is great.
Quinn pipefitter (Current Employee) – Joffre – 8 June 2018
Lets see no raises for almost 5 years no cost of living increases, when you ask Quinn or the client they basically say your lucky to be working! As the client make record profits! The only reason i stick around is to be home with my family its the only benefit to working at Quinn,little or no advancement oppurtunities, unless your an yes man,poor managment, they manage through fear,
Home every night
No raises/ cost of living, poor managment, no advancement
Safety Advisor (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 22 March 2018
My experience with Quinn was positive. Management cares about their people and Client satisfaction in a challenging industry. Quinn would be best served by focusing on obtaining better rates from their clients and passing the benefits to their workforce.
People and management
Client driven compensation forces Quinn to optimize workforce compensation
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Rocky Mountain House, AB – 26 February 2018
Quinn went above and beyond by providing me with a safe and exciting workplace in a time where such opportunities for employment were scare. The managing team of the Rocky District were some of the best in the buisness, always providing a steady stream of jobs during uncertain times.
A good and safe place to work is at Quinn Contracting
Pipe Fitter (Former Employee) – Blackfalds Alberta – 22 February 2018
A typical day review work requirements, Learned that all people have some requirements to help maintain there day. Management upper is very good at there job. The workplace culture is good most of the time, some of the time floor level foreman needs more training to do there jobs better. The hardest part of the job was to help motivate others to focus on there jobs. The most enjoyable part of the job was when a major task was completed safely and in a timely fashion.
The people working there.
Floor level leadership needs more training to do there jobs better.
Journeyman Scaffolder (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 11 February 2018
Straight up scaffolding work. Tube and Clamp, mostly, and professional co-workers. I personally enjoyed working for Quinn, as they were honest and up front about future jobs/work and are willing to transfer you to keep you busy.
Maintenance man (Former Employee) – Blackfalds, AB – 11 January 2018
Typical oilfield workplace ,most sites where a good place to work excepte for a few jobs where management had a lot to be desired.Quinn was not cheap when it came to safety and safety training I got along with most workers, but in all was good.
Journeyman Scaffolder (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 6 November 2017
They gave me my start in my trade. They treated me fairly and honestly. They are true leaders in the Maintenance and Turn around industry. Ive worked both turn around and maintenance for Quinn and both are well run and efficient.
Pipefitter/labouer (Current Employee) – Blackfalds, AB – 21 September 2017
Quinn contracting are very safety conscience company. I have worked for several different Managers there. For references you may talk to Bob Bott at the Ram River Gas Plant in Rocky Mountain House, or Tim Jackson at the Nova Joffrey plant.