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SASCO Overview

Fullerton, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
1967
Company - Private
Construction, Repair & Maintenance
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
SASCO opened its doors in 1967 with the objective of being the best by managing prime cost and getting the job done right the first time. This has been our goal from day one when the company began its first project for Flying Tiger’s Museum (with a value of ... Read more

Mission: The mission of SASCO is to always be the best at Prime Cost and the leading commercial electrical, data and systems contractor and trusted partner to the construction industry leaders.

At SASCO, first and foremost WE ARE BUILDERS, dedicated to exceeding ... Read more

SASCO Reviews

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    Current Employee - Project Engineer in Fullerton, CA
    Current Employee - Project Engineer in Fullerton, CA
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    I have been working at SASCO full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    SASCO has many pros and reasons to stay within the company. First off, SASCO offers great health/dental benefits, along with a great 401K. Additionally, what you put-in to your career is what you get out of it. The harder you work, the faster you move up, and the effort you put into your duties is recognized. Upper management tries to give you activities to look forward to, such as a company picnic, and different activities arranged throughout the year to thank you for your hard work. SASCO is very ahead of the game, when it comes to customizing certain aspects you deal with to make the job flow more fluidly. Employees are rewarded for coming up with new ideas to help improve the SASCO experience. Long hours spent working are always rewarded in the end.

    Cons

    Occasionally long hours are required to finish some tasks you are given, which causes time at home to decrease. This typically only lasts a few months, until the job is over the "hump".

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    Talked to a project manager for 10 minutes, described my experience. Hired on the spot.

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