Senior Project Engineer/Construction Manager (Former Employee) – australia – 24 September 2019
Great company to work for, given extremely good opportunities and scope for growth. Grown from scratch by Len Buckeridge and this is reflected in the values of the company, being proud of the work they do, and caring for their employees and clients.
very helpful, trained people for skill development
PRODUCTION MECHANICAL FITTER MAINTAINER (Former Employee) – South Guildford WA – 9 April 2019
help us acquired permanent residency, not a perfect company but I have learned lot of things to develop my skills. some management are not fair but some are very good in handling workers. I think that's common to every employer.
hire different races, good pay
starting to redundant people since housing market is decreased
Dump Truck Operator, Loader Operator (Former Employee) – Whyalla SA – 20 September 2018
I was fulfilled, rewarded and enjoyed my workplace and colleagues. My crew members were friendly and supportive, my work load suited my abilities and so encouraged a sense of pride. At the end of each day I went home with a sense of achievement. The even time roster provides perfect work/life balance.
Purchasing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Perth WA – 19 July 2018
I enjoyed going to work and the doing the job that I was employed to do. The people that I worked with were friendly and made most days enjoyable. There were some ups and downs during my time with BGC but I would consider working for this company again if the opportunity arose.
fast paced working environment you learned to be time efficient,the management was good you worked always in a safe manner the hardest part was being away from family missing the important times like birthdays
Student Engineer (Current Employee) – Perth WA – 23 April 2018
Very good company culture, the staff are friendly and helpful. The learning experience is excellent with the company, especially for the vocational students who are looking to gain experience in Civil, Mining, and Infrastructure projects.
Day at work - Playing with children Learned - The importance of being a good role model Management - Programs need lots of structure organization, and uniformity Culture - Needs to be positive and team oriented Hardest Part - Lack of structure and discipline in program Enjoyable - Relationships with kids and parents
Autonomy, Fun, Relaxed, Flexible
Lack of structure, staff training, and uniformity in general
Roadcrew operator (Former Employee) – Koolyanobbing WA – 3 October 2017
Was a wonderful place to work. Living onsite and working for 14 days at a time had its challenges but something i would do again. The gym facilities were my faverouite. The people you work with make the place.