- The Project Engineer provides technical support around quality controls, blueprint and contract compliance, scheduling, documentation, and engineering means and methods on site.
- Assist in proper project planning, value-added engineering means and methods, developing work packages and preparing production indicators/benchmarks, and developing the masterschedule.
- Ensure proper environmental permits are in place (identify any state or local laws relating to environmental compliance); Educate our team to ensure understanding and compliance with permit requirements.
- Interpret design/drawings for crafts installing material. Research and resolve drawing interpretation problems, conflicts, interferences, and errors. Verify that all completed work complies with applicable codes, drawings and specifications.
- Provide engineering input to daily job log.
- Interpret production goals from work packages for craft supervisors, ensuring full understanding to enable daily communication of productivity goals to crews executing the work.
- Verify quantity tracking data and measure productivity.
- Track progress of the major Vendors and Subcontractors to ensure that materials are manufactured and delivered in a timely fashion as not to impact the project schedule.
- Maintain the project schedule to aid project leadership in knowing where they are and making decisions for how to achieve project goals, with input from others.
- Generate and maintain the project submittal log, Requests For Information log, and correspondence with client/owner.
- Generate and maintain contract compliance listings, buyout logs, and procurement reports.
- Identify, document, and estimate costs of extra work activities, which were not anticipated in original scope and provide proper notification and financial reporting of change orders. Establish and maintain a project change order log that ties to the UAR.
- Coordinate the transmittal and subsequent approval of all submittals to the Owner/Engineer.
Qualifications / Requirements:
- Requires a 4 yeardegree in engineering or construction management with a minimum of 5 years related experience in heavy construction.
- Thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction (technology, equipment, methods): craft agreements, jurisdiction, negotiations, engineering, estimating, schedules and safety required.
- Excellent communication, organizational and supervisory skills essential.