Sweett Group Interview Questions & Answers
Difficulty rating 4 / 10
- Positive 1/1
- Neutral 0/1
- Negative 0/1
Difficulty rating 40.0 / 100
Interview processI had an interview through an agency. I managed to get to the interview an hour late (I left Leicester and had planned my journey so that I could arrive to the interview in London with an hour to spare but somebody had jumped in front of the train so all trains were delayed and cancelled) but my interviewer was fully understanding as I had informed them throughout my journey. The interviewer tole me about his company. The projects they are currently doing and a brief history about his beginnings. He then asked me to talk him through my cv and a brief history about me - personal interests, ambitions and goals for the future etc. The last stage of the interview involved a few technical questions based upon a scenario about a client wanting to build an office block and what I would do.
Most difficult questionHow would I be able to get a rough estimate of a typical 7 storey office block.
If time was not an issue, what type of contract would I use if cost and quality were important?
How would I select sub contractors for the job and how many would I short list?
What if materials chosen were sourced outside, what steps would I take?
Interview tipsArrive with plenty of time to spare and if there are delays let your agency / HR know straight away, Don't be nervous - I applied for a graduate job and although I got a few of the questions wrong it was expected as I had little experience of the construction world but he was impressed with my confident approach. Always try to be honest in your answers as they will spot lies a mile away! The interviewer was pleasant and I enjoyed talking to him. One last thing - do research ie past projects, know the company history and share price if possible and finally dress to impress...
Experiences at the assessment centreNo assessment centre
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
My telephone interview lasted for half an hour and was with a lady from the Learning and Developing
There were three tasks on the day, after meeting and mingling with other candidates we were split up
I initially applied to be a Customer Service Rep on the phones, so went to the first stage of that.
My interview had been arranged after my CV/Portfolio had been sent to the head of the architecture d
My telephone interview followed passing a CV screening and verbal reasoning tests. This was conducte
My initial telephone interview was with a member of their recruitment team which lasted 30 - 35 minu
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