Construction Superintendent, Commercial Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Construction Superintendent, Commercial?

Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Portland:
"Great Place to Work."
Pros: Management seems to genuinely care about the professional development of Turners employees at all levels.
Cons: The unnecessary dichotomy created between "staff" salaried employees and trade hourly employees.

Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Minneapolis:
"That I would have to assume project managenent duties."
Learn to embrace safety, the prints as they generally are done well. Plan ahead, a month in advance at least.

Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Los Angeles:
"Long hours."
Control your temper.

Construction Superintendent, Commercial in River Falls:
"Beware the stress."
Learn to manage your time and schedule without being overwhelmed. Take some down time and take time for yourself to recharge your batteries.

Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Atlanta:
"How to work smarter."
Remember a superintendent is only as good as the people who work for you, and to listen to advise given to you even the lowest employees.

Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Sharon:
"Superintendant advice."
Pay close attention during your apprenticeship and learn to read blueprints.

Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Atlanta:
"Head on a swivel at all times, Responsible for all people on."
Pros: Learning how to build certain things and meeting new people.
Cons: Not time in the day to complete your work. Always busy and responsible for someone or something.