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26 days ago

Structural Engineer - Canton, MA

Shaw Group Canton, MA

Structural Engineer to work on the design of new steel and concrete buildings at existing nuclear power plants. Will prepare calculations… Glassdoor


18 days ago

Schedule Manager II

Shaw Group Canton, MA

Manages the planning and establishment of production schedules, monitoring of materials inventories, tracking of progress of production, and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Structural Engineer - Charlotte, NC

Shaw Group Canton, MA

Structural Engineer to work on the design of new steel and concrete buildings at existing nuclear power plants. Will prepare calculations… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Geotechnical Engineer - Canton, MA

Shaw Group Canton, MA

Must Have Skills: Masters degree in Geotechnical engineering. Must have at least ten years of experience in the design of soil and water retention… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

WCS

Shaw Group Plymouth, MA

Prepares and directs the implementation of scheduling and cost accounting methods and activities. Oversees the scheduling and cost control systems… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Civil Work Planner

Shaw Group Plymouth, MA

Construction Field Engineer 5 job activities include: – Demonstrate expertise… Glassdoor


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Shaw Group Chairman, President, and CEO James M. Bernhard Jr.
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    Current Employee - Mechanical Supervisor
    Current Employee - Mechanical Supervisor

    I have been working at Shaw Group as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    All work was being done per work packages and drawings done by the companies own planners and design engineers.

    Cons

    Other supervisors were getting involvrd in other supvisors work and not paying attension to thier own. There was an other first line supervisor that was very unprofeessional to the craft and other supervisors, the same person would not reconize the safety barriers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Need to train supervisors on more on the safety of all work enviroments

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