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Canadian Utility Construction

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Industry
ConstructionNot available
Revenue
US$25M to US$100MNot available
Number of employees
201 to 500Not available
Headquarters
300- 4333 Still Creek Drive, Burnaby, BC, V5C 6S6Not available

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43%
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Salary satisfaction

100%
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on May 5, 2021
Office Culture that is cutthroat with use of intimidation by threatening livelihoods
Project Manager
(current employee) - Surrey, BC

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on May 1, 2021
Casual atmosphere
Administrator
(current employee) - Surrey, BC

on April 28, 2021
Good group of guys to work with
Labourer
(current employee) - Vancouver, BC

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18 jobs at Canadian Utility Construction
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