I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Judlau Contracting in February 2011.
Interview Details – I met them at an engineering career fair. I received an interview in 2 days and met with them during the week. The one interview I had consisted of 4 different logic and thinking process puzzles. Great company if you are interested in contracting. A large enough company to move up in but also small enough to get to know people in the organization. A great intern experience.
Interview Question – Basic logic questions that can be found in logic books. Answer Question
The process took 2 days - interviewed at Judlau Contracting in January 2009.
Interview Details – Turned in an application at a student career fair, and was given a 1:1 Interview the next day at the school. They sent me an offer, and then I had to interview again (this time in Queens) with a supervisor. Apparently they are made up of several companies and you can tell them which one you're most interested in.
Reason for Declining – Recieved an offer from another company that seemed more interesting
I applied through college or university and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Judlau Contracting in November 2009.
Interview Details – I met Judlau at a career fair and the reps for the company were extremely approachable so I was excited to get an interview with them. The interviewer was a different person, but it was irritating in that the interview kept getting postponed last minute. In fact, one time they actually decided to postpone the interview the morning of the day I had to interview. Lucky for me I checked my email before I left my house. This started to make me think that Judlau was not being very professional, especially after I found out why the interview was postponed.
The interview itself was not a typical interview. It was an interview that tested your knowledge and how you think.
This wasn't exactly a hard interview but it as definitely different from what I was used to.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Judlau Contracting in February 2008.
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