I have been working at Bilfinger full-time (More than 10 years)
Generally a good group of people to work with and for. Overall good team for the tough challenges in construction and cost engineering. Company is evolving to adapt new and/or current technologies. - North America
Not a lot employee focus in compensation packages and not a lot of commitment to employee development. There lacks enough leadership to both drive the company and prepare future staff for the positions and processes of tomorrow in construction. Current and emerging tech causes struggles for some of the anchored senior staff. - North America
Advice to Management
Continue to work employee compensation into the business model that is people based services. Work Life balance is an industry abused concern that needs to be met with technology and better planning. - North America
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Bilfinger (Brisbane) in July 2014.
The first interview takes place at the recruiting agency. If successful a follow up interview at work place will be conducted. After being notified about your job acceptance you are then required to take a alcohol an drug test. This is done at a chosen medical centre. Once you get the clearance from the Doctor you are given information on commencement of your employment.
84 meters beneath the megacity of London is a pump station belonging to British water utility Thames Water. Bilfinger supplies the automation technology for the powerful pumps in the Lee Tunnel. - http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHKi
Better perspective with just a click: Bilfinger and CABB have joined forces for a pilot project in digital plant documentation. Basis for the digitalization of CABB’s process plants is the new MMO platform from Bilfinger in connection with the Siemens application COMOS MRO.