Shaw Stone & Webster Construction

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Headquarters Stoughton, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue $500 to $999 million (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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Jim Bernhard Jr.

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being a welding inspector as part of the new nuclear culture

  Current Quality Control Inspector in Waynesboro, GA

Pros: Shaw is leading the new nuclear industry. We are building two nuclear units here at Vogtle using the Westinghouse AP1000 reactor. These units are the first two new reactors being built in the United States in more than 30 years! Full Review

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Engineer II

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$72,889
$66k
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Engineer III

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$86,500
$80k
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Cost Analyst II

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$70,000
$68k
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Waynesboro, GA – Reviewed Sep 20, 2012

Interview Details – 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…Full Interview

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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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