Maintance (Former Employee), Southland – June 3, 2013
Cons: long hours
I just left this company after working there for the last 10 years. I wouldn't recommend this company to anybody.Nobody in management seems to no what they doing wages very low.No training keeped asking to learn new things never happened.Time to move on
This company is not good to work for sexual harassment is very high that happened to me in Australia in NT no training and if you get injured at work you and you work mates get threatened with the sack if you report the accident ....
Job Work/Life Balance
good enviroment with zero harm culture
operator specialist (Former Employee), taranaki new zealand – February 28, 2013
Pros: good pay
Cons: long hours
good enviroment with zero harm culture, co workers are hard working.Management were good.Hardest part of the job was working in the heat.Got to see the country side.
Driver (Current Employee), invercargill – August 21, 2012
Pros: going home
Cons: long hours had to take extra work to pay the bills
I found the workers to be good mates but management not good at all low wages long hours no recognition for the work we do low staff morale and this is a new zealand company no wonder they have a high staff turnover management needs to wake up otherwise there will be no one left including me this place used to be a good place to work but in the last – more... few years under the curent management its been about the almighty dollar it used to be about the staff and family i hope they see this and make some changes but i doubt it – less
supply and supervise labour (Former Employee), Barhem/Koondrook NSW/VIC – October 12, 2014
Pros: supervising my own team
Cons: no cons
I enjoy the diverse types of work encountered in the civil construction field. I have worked on bridges including an incremently launched bridge,minesites, water regulators,fish ladders and dam upgrades. I also enjoy remote area work. I have for the last six years supplied and supervised my own crew doing formwork,reo and concrete
The company is very social to get all projects together and look at what each project is doing.
Superintendent (Former Employee), Brisbane, Rockhampton Springwood – April 14, 2014
Everyone i worked with was a great experience very much a team environment. All ideas from everyone did not matter if you were are a labourer or project manager were discussed to make the project running on time and more efficient.
Water cart Driver (Former Employee), Yatala, QLD – February 23, 2014
As a casual driver I would get a job briefing/details/timings. Carry out vehicle checks, Refuel and top up water tank with water if required. Drive out to work site. Report to Job supervisor,Sign in, Carry out duties as required. Management / supervisors / co workers, were good, helpful and gave advice when asked for or felt that I needed advice. Nothing – more... hard about the job really. Carrying out my duties in a safe and efficient manner, to ensure everyone was safe in my area of operations. I left at own request because as a casual on call driver my pay / work days were not regular/consistant and was struggling financially. – less
Workers good to work with, some managers who had a good understanding of the work procedures were great to work with.
OHS Representative / Labourer / Truck Driver (Former Employee), Victoria – February 3, 2014
Pros: good pay and conditions
Cons: long hours and rude bosses
Start at 6.30am, prestart meetings then would conduct safety meetings and safety walks. Most of the workers were good to work with and be around. The hardest part was to educate some employees and managers about safety. The best part was seeing people on site working in a safe work manner.
plant operator (Former Employee), Bunbury, WA – October 23, 2013
Pros: being part of a growing industry leader
hotter parts of the year is ideal for resurfacing works and construction jobs also pavement repairs,the wetter months are good to repair drainage systems and shoulder maintenance. the culture here is one of "make sure your self and your mates are safe".