Shaw Stone & Webster Construction

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    I worked at Shaw Stone & Webster Construction

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    They really take care of their employers

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    Hot redation and the driving for long miles


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    Quality Control Inspector Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Waynesboro, GA
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    I applied through other source. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Shaw Stone & Webster Construction (Waynesboro, GA).

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    I transferred from a fossil job with Shaw. the first step involved a phone interview with the QC piping supervisor. I then 3 weeks later i went to the site for a detailed interview with the piping supervisor, QC manager, and the Director of QC/QA. then there was a two month time frame while a detailed security clearance was being done on my background. Once that was completed I then hired in and completed a one week fitness for duty training.

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    • nothing unexpected. the people in the interview process were very professiional in there manner and I was prepared for my interview   Answer Question

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Website www.stoneandweber.com
Headquarters Canton, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2000
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Foster Wheeler, Technip, KBR

When electrical engineers Charles Stone and Edwin Webster founded Stone & Webster as an electrical testing lab and consulting firm in 1889, they worried that they'd find enough work. More than a century later, Stone & Webster (sometimes called Shaw Stone & Webster) provides engineering, construction, and environmental services worldwide, with a primary focus on ethylene plant construction and a background in nuclear plant construction. It is a subsidiary of The Shaw Group, which acquired almost all of the assets of Stone & Webster after the company filed for bankruptcy... More

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