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15 days ago

Craft Training Manager

The Sundt Companies Phoenix, AZ

The Manager of Craft Training will be responsible for managing the NCCER craft and continuing education programs to best support personnel in all of…

30+ days ago

Cost - VDC Engineer

The Sundt Companies Tempe, AZ

2. Be a technical and training resource to the department in our quest to Lean our Processes and utilize VDC and other technologies…

28 days ago

Heavy Civil Project Engineer - Large Design/Build Project Experience a plus!

The Sundt Companies Tempe, AZ

* 1. Develops an understanding of the prime contract, subcontracts, purchase order agreements, and allowance items as well as contract drawings and…

7 days ago

Survey/Layout Specialist - Sundts Self-Perform Concrete Division

The Sundt Companies Tempe, AZ

is subject to change at any time and may include other duties as assigned…

30+ days ago

Intern - Engineer

The Sundt Companies Tempe, AZ

4. Assisting with report preparation, safety inspections, submittal logging…

7 days ago

Application Support Analyst

The Sundt Companies Tempe, AZ

* 1. Performs administration and configuration for application systems supporting business processes. 2. Troubleshoots and resolves issues with…

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Dave Crawford
9 Ratings

    This Company Has Yet to "Go Beyond the Expected"... *Feeling Optimistic*

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    Current Employee - Administrative Professional in Phoenix, AZ
    Current Employee - Administrative Professional in Phoenix, AZ

    I have been working at Sundt full-time (more than 8 years)


    1) Heritage - It is great to be working for a company that has been around since 1890 and still is ranked as one of the best construction companies in the country. This company has survived and thrived through various economic recessions.

    2) ESOP - It is like having free money that is, if you intend to stay at Sundt for a long time. One will definitely reap the rewards at retirement.

    3) LEAN Culture - Sundt has gradually adopted a culture that values continuous improvement.

    4) Sundt Foundation - it is a great opportunity to be able to give back to the communities where Sundt is present. It gives Sundt, aside from all the Employee Owners, its heart.

    5) Has potential to be the great company it used to be -- fingers crossed.


    1) Management often overlooks talent and exceptional work ethic from within the company. Seasoned and experienced employees are let go only to have their positions filled again with new employees that require training and orientation, resulting in a lot of wasted resources. Unfortunately, this "waste" ultimately affects each Employee Owners' much valued ESOP.

    2) Sundt has many policies, goals, mission and vision statements that are inspiring and truly admirable. However, it all just looks good on paper. The frustration starts to set in when these very same statements, goals, policies are not being applied to day-to-day operations of the company.

    3) Sundt employs a mixture of races and gender. However, it is still very evident that racial and gender classifications still determine employee positions and vertical movement in the company. This has resulted in the loss of so many great employees who have fallen victim to the "system".

    4) Open Door Policy. It depends on whose door it is you choose to walk through.

    5) Nepotism. A lot of nepotism.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Upper management should be vigilant. Look out for your exceptional employees and learn to pick out the bad unsatisfactory. Value and reward those who deserve it and at the same time, rid the company of the nuisance. The company's employee owners are its treasure, learn to distinguish between the real assets and liabilities.

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