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I have been working at Conti full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – Conti is a great place to start or continue a career in heavy civil construction. Unlike some of the other well established companies in the region, your responsibilities on-site as part of the project operations team (Field Engineer, Project Engineer, Project Manager, etc) is not limited to a small scope of work but you are given control and accountability for many subs, vendors, and scopes of work across many trades & disciplines. I think management does an adequate job of recognizing talent within the company and rewarding those who perform well.
Conti also has put a big emphasis on employee development & training and recognizes that the key to the company's success is continuing education and better preparation of employees.
Cons – With respect to the "pros" discussed above, because you are given so much responsibility, at times you can feel that you are spread thin, especially when you need to continuously focus on safety, quality, and productivity at the same time.
Advice to Senior Management – Management has tried to address the notion that employees based at the main office put in less hours than those in the field by offering Flex Time. Unfortunately, there is a stigma of working less hours when you are stationed on a job and in reality all the hours in the day are needed to keep the job moving. Management can look into other avenues to reward/recognize the hard work put in both on the job and in the office.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2012-10-09 11:58 PDT
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