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Toll Brothers
Construction Superintendent was asked...January 11, 2017

Why do you want to work for us?

8 Answers

Please reply me

Ask them what can I do to help the situation

How would you handle an upset customer?

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Rausch Coleman Homes

Why should Rausch Coleman Homes hire you?

3 Answers

Because i would be a great asset the company.

Minority/ Female/ Disabled / Combat Veteran

Can be a Great asset for company

HITT Contracting

how much experience do you have working on high end projects?

2 Answers

I have 5+ years working on high end projects in this area.

I’ve been an intricate part of multiple projects in the $20 million range.

Taylor Morrison

Why do you feel you fit in with our company.

2 Answers

I am really impressed with the workers environment. Also the constant growth and exspation the company does on an very consistent incline. I would most definitely stop up with one of the most productive team that will work as a team. Remember Safty First.. Less

I value giving the homeowner a great home, and enjoy seeing a project from start to finish. Less

A. Harold & Associates

What was my desired salary

2 Answers

I left it open for discussion

I stated plainly what I was aiming to be paid.

DPR Construction

How do you see yourself fitting at DPR?

2 Answers

Great as long as there are goals and challenges


Turner Construction

How do you treat generation z people

2 Answers

Like I treat everyone else.

the same way you treat the old timers. don’t give us special treatment. push and teach us to do better and do things the right way. Less


Safety training

2 Answers

Told them I had substantial OSHA training and certifications


Ruppert Landscape

How do you do this ?

2 Answers

My best knowledge and sometimes I said I don’t know.

7 year experience gulf country

Main Street Renewal

How do you deal with sub-contractors not showing up, showing up late, or doing sub-par work?

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Each situation is different and the circumstances are highly relevant. However, if need be, firing them on the spot is definitely an option. Less

A project that has been plan out should have confidence in the superintendent and if the sub is not following scheduled offer to subsidized them but if this continues then fire and replace. Less

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