Construction Foreman Reviews

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Based on 1,365 responses, the job of Construction Foreman has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Construction Foremans are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Construction Foreman?

July 2016
"Intensive."
Construction Foreman:
Work hard and show lots of commitment.
July 2016
"Human and resources management, reading drawings, budget."
Construction Foreman:
Be resourceful, self driven, a motivator , with good communication and instruction giving skills.
July 2016
Construction Foreman:
Stay firm and treat people right. And lead by example in the field...
September 2016
"Honesty is best policy of the work."
Construction Foreman:
Honesty is best policy of the work,
January 2017
"Even the inexperienced might have right solution."
Construction Foreman in Christchurch:
My daily responsibilities include but are not limited to general management, client satisfaction, fault finding, job estimation, managing the different teams day to day operations, invoicing, meeting with clients, solving disputes in the work place, disciplinary action against employees or contractors. This is a fast pased-high stress work environment.
March 2017
"Beautiful but busy busy."
Construction Foreman in Destin:
Pros: Destin is beautiful with great sights and plenty to do when work is over.
Cons: We're and extremely sandy ditch lines. Very busy and lots of pedestrians.
April 2017
"Attitude."
Construction Foreman in Helena:
Keeping a positive attitude as we as a high production drive will carry you as far as you want in your company and in life. Leave your work at work and eliminate "I can't" from your vocabulary.