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Good pay, Friendly people. Was an easy job minimal stress level. Would consider working there again in the future. great benefits. They even relocated me to Libertyville.
I consider it an easy job because they did not have very much work for the interns to do. It was boring at times, the company seems largely conservative. Seemed like a lot of travel for the project managers though.
Advice to Management
Make more intern projects, give us something that will involve us a little bit more. Otherwise it seemed as though management and the pm's got along great.
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Aldridge Electric powers up the Windy City and other parts of the Midwest. The electrical contractor divides its business into six main areas: airport, industrial, power, drilling, highway, and transit. It works on projects ranging from Chicago's subway system to its airport runways. Additional activities include services for street lighting, traffic signals, high-voltage cabling and splicing, and foundation drilling. Aldridge Electric has worked for clients such as Commonwealth Edison Company and Exelon Corporation. The company is owned by CEO Ken Aldridge, grandson of...