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Question 1 of 33
At Bechtel we have a variety of career opportunities. Do you prefer to work on-site or in an office environment?
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How to Answer
The interviewer would like to know more about your flexibility when it comes to your work environment. The best answer you can give will reflect your willingness to do what it takes on any given day. Of course, you are allowed to express a preference. Just be sure to avoid closing a door one way or the other.

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Question 2 of 33
At Bechtel we employ a large variety of personalities in trade and office based roles. Do you have experience managing a variety of personalities?
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In the construction industry you will come across a large range of personalities. Assure the interviewer that you are able to be comfortable in any type of work related exchange with a variety of communication styles.

Question 3 of 33
Our construction projects at Bechtel vary greatly in terms of size and budget. Tell me about the range of projects you have worked on.
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Take a few minutes to walk the interviewer through your variety of experience. If you have a large range of projects in your portfolio, it is probably easiest to speak briefly about the largest project and smallest project you have worked on recently. Try to use examples from your most recent employer.

Question 4 of 33
We have a few strong competitors at Bechtel. In your opinion, what makes us stand out from the others?
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Before your interview it is very important that you research Bechtel as well as their competitive landscape. Perhaps they stand out by providing a different level of quality, great customer service, or strong vendor relationships. Briefly discuss the ways that you feel Bechtel stands above the rest.

Question 5 of 33
At Bechtel we strive to be the best in our industry. In your opinion, what could we be doing better?
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If you are going to give the interviewer feedback on what Bechtel could be doing better, it's best that you choose a topic a bit on the lighter side rather than a critical business component. The heavier types of opinions should be reserved for those who have worked with Bechtel for a significant amount of time.

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