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I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Hensel Phelps Construction (Irvine, CA) in April 2015.
I first applied online in January and received a rejection 2 weeks later. In March, Hensel Phelps was coming to my school to have an information session. I was contacted approx. 4 weeks later for a first round interview at their San Diego office. The interview consisted of 3 separate 15 minute interviews with Project Manager, Superintendent, and finally Operations Manager. Very straightforward. Hiring process was quick from then on. I was invited 2 days after the first interview for a second interview at the district headquarters in Irvine, CA. There was about 16 interviewees from different backgrounds. We were all given a schedule of what room to be in at what time and who our interviewers were. This stage consisted of another 3 separate interviews as well. It followed a "speed-dating" format. Received an offer a week later. Straightforward questions. Interview was very conversational and was more or less driven by how you frame your qualifications and what you want to highlight that would make you a more desirable candidate. They really wanted to make sure I was a good fit based on my personality, work ethic, and motivation. Advice: BE YOURSELF and have a genuine conversation.
- You are the chief of police for a large metropolitan area. Your men has apprehended a man who has claimed he planted a bomb in a highly populated area in the city. You have one hour, what do you do? If you were to interrogate the terrorist, where would you draw the line? Answer Question
Non-negotiable. Excellent compensation package as is.
Hensel Phelps is an employee-owned general contractor. People, Process, Partnership and Technology, our clients call this The Hensel Phelps Way. Our collaborative approach, with proven processes, innovative technology and effective communication, allows us to deliver exceptional service at every stage of the life of a facility. Its project portfolio includes airports, arenas, laboratories, government complexes, offices, and more. Major public and private clients have included the US Army Corps of Engineers, IBM, United Airlines, The University of Texas, NASA, and Whole ...