Mission: Alares' mission is to be the premier Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned construction and energy services firm in the country.
We come closer to our goal everyday by focusing on the values of excellence, service and employee development. We will ...
I worked at Alares (Less than a year)
Some Pros you will benefit from working at Alares:
- Use of Procore Technology software. this is A++++ and not found at many companies.
- Large enough to get a $10M project completed, yet small enough to care about all their employees.
- They foster a Vertical growth environment, but allow their employees to steer there own path to success.
- You'll always be a name to the company and not just a number.
- You'll be able to wear many hats throughout your role whether you're a PM, APM, or Super. Everyone has a hand in the process here at Alares.
- Very fair and competitive salary
- BCBS health coverage since 2017
- Above and beyond basic vaca/sicktime/PTO time. A++++
They deal with strictly Federal work and more specifically VA hospitals. They certainly can deliver in that arena, but are hesitant to reach out and compete on typical public/private projects as of course profit margins are slim. Keep in mind this is a veteran based company and with that comes its Pros & Cons like any company in the construction industry.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Alares (Quincy, MA).
In person interview with company president and a senior project manager at the HQ office. The interview lasted for about 45-60min. Was told to expect to hear back within a week or two, but ended up receiving a call about a day (or two) later during which I was presented with an offer.