Project Engineer – Interior/Exterior

General Overview

The primary responsibility of the Project Engineer is to provide project management and technical support to the construction staff.  This position is also responsible for reviewing plans and other technical documents by performing the following duties. 

Responsibilities

Office:

  • Document Control – Maintain / organize / distribute project documents (drawings, job files, emails)
  • Submittals – Assist in the submittal processes as assigned
  • RFI’s – Prepare, submit, distribute to GC and applicable GSI suppliers and subcontractors
  • Scheduling – Participation in project schedule updates
  • Material Procurement – Perform necessary take-offs; Develop and issue RFQ’s and PO’s; Verify / check order acknowledgements
  • Fabrication Releases – Verification and checking of metal orders / cut lists and glass orders
  • Work Orders – Develop and issue WO tickets (delivery, fabrication, install, pick-up)
  • Vendor Management – Daily / weekly follow up with vendors on commitments and progress
  • Labor Time Sheet Verification – Weekly verification of shop and field labor hours reporting
  • Interaction Development – Interact with internal and external resources to develop trade specific knowledge.  Includes studying and understanding trade specific documents – i.e. shop drawings, specifications, industry publications

Shop:

  • Progress Reporting – Weekly fabrication and assembly progress tracking
  • Deliveries – Schedule, set-up and manage internal and external; inspect / verify external
  • Shop Requests – Process / procure necessary items and follow through
  • Fabrication – work under direct supervision of shop fabricator

Field:

  • Progress Reporting – Weekly installation progress tracking and progress photos
  • Deliveries – Schedule, set-up and manage internal and external; inspect / verify external
  • Field Requests – Process / procure necessary items and follow through
  • Occasional participation in weekly GC foreman / coordination meeting
  • Participation in field conflict issues / resolution

Other duties:

  • As assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, construction engineering or related field.
  • Excellent organizational, written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Detail oriented with the ability to multitask and meet deadlines.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work in a team and independently.
  • Ability to problem solve and provide recommendations and solutions to meet customer requirements.
  • Microsoft Office experience.
  • Bluebeam and AutoCAD experience a plus
  • OSHA 30 certification.

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