M.W. Kellogg

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M.W. Kellogg Reviews

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    Generally good place to work, too much KBR influence

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at M.W. Kellogg

    Pros

    People generally respectful of each other and will work with you.
    My experience that pay, Ts & Cs on a par with market tho' not everyone may agree with that statement.
    Over the years have worked on a good range of projects and different phases, biased towards Engineering and Procurement phases, this got less so when there wasn't so much work around.

    Cons

    KBR too much influence on how things are run and systems used, often don't listen even when client not happy.
    My personal experience is that opportunities can be limited for progression or if you want to work outside your discipline. It has definitely helped some people that management like them, but then I suppose that's not so unusual.
    Office/project accommodation variable quality, not brilliant; if you are driving in from outside London the Greenford office is not the easiest to get to.

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Website www.mwkl.co.uk
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Foster Wheeler, Bechtel, JGC

Although M.W. Kellogg makes industrial facilities instead of frosted flakes, its customers still thinks it's grrrreat. The engineering and construction firm specializes in gas processing, petrochemical, and other energy plant construction. It services include design; materials and equipment procurement; electrical, civil, and structural engineering; construction management; and project management. M.W. Kellogg has worked on projects in more than 30 countries on every continent except Antarctica. The company became a wholly owned subsidiary of KBR after that firm acquired... More

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