Daily Duties at Bennett Steel Pipe And Supplies:
I read structural blueprints to do the layout and fit up of beams, plates (bent and flat), tubes, angle, and bars (flat and round). When I finished the layout and fit up, I would then weld the material using mainly Flux Core, unless the job called for MIG. I cleaned and repaired my own welds and mistakes on fit up and occasionally I was needed to do the same on other people's. I also welded for the fitters who did the fit up on trusetts, frames, and skids. I would cut and grind parts/material when needed. I also operated the overhead cranes, forklifts, and skytraks to move material. I would help assemble the decks for towers to ensure they were done right and to check for any repairs or modifications that were needed to be done before they were shipped to the job site.
What they like about Bennett Steel Pipe And Supplies:
Working in an organization that is technologically advanced, creative, and innovative is critical in your assessment of hiring companies. Less important to you are stability of the organization, the length of time an organization has been in business, and the business' plans for the future. You prefer a fast-moving company that will take risks to achieve its goals and objectives. The length of time the company has been in business is irrelevant. Maintaining status quo is unnecessary. You thrive on change, uncertainty and the upside of potential business risks, especially those associated with innovation. Stability for the long haul is not nearly as important as is working in an atmosphere that is charged with a sense of urgency and constant change.