Combination of poor management and very poor equipment maintenance makes Trisan a very bad place to work Very little training provided Expected to work over 14 hours a day and often asked to work weekends which is illegal to go over hours
Use to work for a larger competitor. Trisan called me only to seek information about the competitor. During an interview you’re more likely to volunteer information to answer to your best ability. Leaving the interview I felt very violated and unimpressed that a company could behave in such a manner, worst part was it was the owner and his son. Negative work environment, gossip and drama centre workplace.
I got my start in the construction industry at Trisan. From the beginning, all the Project Managers were always willing to help and teach me. Every opportunity I wanted was afforded to me. My only regret was leaving and not staying.
PMs are easily accessible, willing to help, and eager to teach
Not a bad place to start your curreer in the construction industry . From learning to lay sod landscape division or learn to shoot grades or lay gravel down to ditch work or ashpalt with the roads crews , learn to lay pipe with the sewer crews or even just basic skills of laying cones or flashing traffic their was always something different every day at Trisan
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Trisan Construction allows for as much advancement as an employee would like. There is very little micro-managing and quite a lot of responsibility given to the individual employee to produce and get results.
A company that strives in finding work for any employee that wants to put in a valiant effort and make a career at Trisan.
Seasonal barbecues and Christmas parties with gifts
i get to work around 8 at night and stasrt to load the f550 truck up with shovels and wheel barrows and snow blowers then the dump truck gets filled up and we head out to work on the go train station platforms clearing the snow and salting them .if we run out of salt the dump truck goes back for more salt and we get home aroiund 7 in the morning on an average day