The Project Engineer works with the project team to provide technical support around quality controls, blueprint and contract compliance, scheduling, documentation, and engineering means and methods on-site. They must also ensure the project is constructed in a safe, ethical manner and compliant with all federal, state, and local laws.
- Assist in proper project planning, value-added engineering means, and methods, developing work packages and preparing production indicators/benchmarks, and developing the master schedule.
- Identify any state or local laws relating to environmental compliance and educate our team to ensure understanding and compliance with permit requirements
- Research and resolve conflicts and errors in design/drawings for crafts installing material to ensure they comply with codes and specifications
- Verify quantity tracking data and measure productivity
- Interpret production goals from work packages to ensure daily communication of productivity goals is understood by crews executing the work
- Track progress of the major Vendors and Subcontractors to ensure that materials are manufactured and delivered
- Maintain the project schedule to aid project leadership
- Generate and maintain the various informational logs and correspondence with project client/owner
- Provide engineering input to the daily job log
- Generate and maintain contract compliance listings, buyout logs, and procurement reports
- Identify, document, and estimate costs of extra work of unanticipated activities
- Establish and maintain a project change order log
- Coordinate the transmittal and subsequent approval of all submittals to the Owner/Engineer
- Perform other duties as assigned/required
- Requires a four-year degree in engineering or construction management degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or experience in heavy infrastructure construction
- Thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction (technology, equipment, methods): craft agreements, jurisdiction, negotiations, engineering, estimating, schedules, and safety required.
- Excellent communication and organizational skills are essential
Cianbro is an employee-owned, tobacco-free, equal opportunity employer, we do not discriminate based on marital status, race, color, creed, gender, sex, religion, national origin, gender identity, age, veteran status, union affiliation, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, or sexual orientation.