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Good place to work if you like to work
Medic (Former Employee) –  British Columbia19 February 2019
Great group of people, never disappointed with directions or jobs. If you are in the oilfield and gas industry, I really suggest giving these guys a try.
Pros
Paid lunches, able to drive
Cons
Long hours
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3.0
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Expendable
Labourer (Former Employee) –  British Columbia25 March 2016
I put many hours of hard work into this company under the pretense that I would have hours back for an apprenticeship. When times got tough and even when I was willing to work all the time. They treated me like I was expendable and never would sign my hours.
Pros
Good co-workers, money was good when working
Cons
Favouritism, poor management, lack of tools for job.
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2.0
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lunch time bbq
Foreman | Operator (Former Employee) –  Fort St John, BC4 March 2016
I learned the ins and outs of the pipeline, hardest part was being away from home. as a crew foreman I made tight bond with my crews and equipment operators, I became a pro at running front end welding crew and tie ins. theres not a piece of equipment I cant run or fix.
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4.0
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Great for experience and Labour for entry level and skilled labour
Labourer (Former Employee) –  Fort St. John, BC24 September 2013
Great crews, many skill building and involved outdoors experience. Expereince building with others, machinery power tools air tools. Co workers willing to show and teach how to run and use equipment. lots of overtime and long hours out in camp or in town.
Pros
Rides whenever you need one, snacks on fridays
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3.0
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Pipeline work
Welder Apprentice (Former Employee) –  Fort St John, BC30 April 2013
Long days usually away from home. Learned how to properly weld structural steel. Learned how to make cuts on the pipeline and proper use of torches.
Pros
Lots of hours
Cons
Away from home lots
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