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Based on 1,177 responses, the job of Construction Superintendent, Commercial has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.15 out of 5. On average, Construction Superintendent, Commercials are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Construction Superintendent, Commercial?

March 2017
"Good advice."
Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Kearney:
Pay attention to detail know the plans.
March 2017
"I wish I knew the management had more experience in the conc."
Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Seminole:
Always sit down and talk to employers and let them know what kind of production you can give them with the number of people you have with experience . Always overview the blue prints before starting a job and make sure dirt work is done and make sure blue prints are up to date.At the end of the day always go through things with a positive attitude.
May 2017
"Plenty of work I know all the builders."
Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Lafayette:
Pros: The people ,the abundance of construction work.
Cons: The weather, mud ,rain , expensive place to live.
June 2017
Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Augusta:
Pros: It is forever changing and challenging.
Cons: Stressful at times. Busy days. Long days.
June 2017
"The management."
Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Ottawa:
Pros: Being apart of the building process from early excavation to turning over.
Cons: Being responsible for the safety of all workers on site.
June 2017
"Cover your basics."
Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Austin:
Always create a writting profesional journey on your career. It would help you identify your own mistakes. Or to see clearly where are you heading.
December 2017
"Don't be afraid to make a decision."
Construction Superintendent, Commercial in Washington:
Keep your eyes open and don't be afraid to ask a question. Make sure you understand the job at hand.