I have been working for the Metro Projects department as a project engineer for almost 4 years. During that time I have witnessed the incredible expansion of the projects department that has tripled in size. This has led to the rapid advancement of many managers that should not be in positions of power. They have managed to get ahead by working the longest hours, and forcing their staff to do likewise. Many lack the soft skills required to be leaders instead of bosses, and this in turn has created a toxic, competitive environment.
I would greatly advise looking elsewhere if you are an engineer, as MTM do no real engineering work. They manage contractors who do that work for them, and as such engineers end up doing admin work and being assistants to project managers. If your career goals are to move towards project management then that might suit, but if you want to solve problems and innovate then this is not the organisation for you.