Ironworker Superintendent (Former Employee) – Rocanville, SK – 25 June 2018
Safety first very challenging project coordination was a big factor for a safe and productive day and night work shift, coordination of all contractor was a big factor for safely accomplish a work task all contractor was assisting a coordination meeting every end of shift for the next day so everyone was aware of alllconstruction activity and was able to indicate to other all safety hazard
Human Resources (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON, Hamilton ON – 29 June 2018
Terrible company, Owner and Management were unfair and treated everyone poorly, would never work there again. Management didn't have any compassion for anyone, the entire office was liquidated within a few weeks.
Pipefitter/Steamfitter (Former Employee) – Moose River, NS – 22 August 2017
job overall would have been good but management had no idea what they were doing i like to work for a safe organized company i was led to believe the job itself would have lasted longer and that there was room to grow and be moved to a different location when the job finished none of that happened people where great to work with
Iron Worker (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 August 2017
I really enjoyed my time at Scott Steel. There is a large emphasis placed on safety in the workplace which is nice to see, especially in the construction industry. There is a really positive environment on the sites I have been to and a very team-focused atmosphere. The benefits are great and the wages are very competitive for the industry. I would definitely return on a future project.
Great wages, good benefits, safe workplace, positive atmosphere
Payroll and Benefits Administrator (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 13 June 2017
This is a very busy but dynamic workplace. Pleasant work environment. Procedures change all the time. Expectations are very high. If however you have a good idea regarding how improvements can be made, management will listen.
Opportunity to contribute to improvements in processes and procedures
Iron Worker (Current Employee) – All of Canada – 13 December 2016
An abundance of room for gaining experience relating to ironworking and industrial trades. Some good and bad people. Lots of opportunity to move up and travel to make good money. Great hours depending on your location. Training is available for workers. Safe environment. Certain employees make for an uneasy career.
Job security, good wages, lots of work and training.
Iron Worker (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 3 October 2014
Great company, i was able to start with little experience, and now i have tons of experience for my resume, i have worked out west in cold lake alberta and back home in my surrounding area, always able to grow and learn.