Project Engineer

Project Engineer

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Position Summary:
The Project Engineer performs duties to schedule, plan, forecast, resource, and manage all the technical activities for commercial construction projects. This role cooperates and communicates effectively with the Pre-Construction, Design, and Construction Departments. The Project Engineer ensures quality work that is consistent with the standards set forth in each project’s contract documents and for performing the work in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Position Responsibilities:
• Assist the Field Manger in the coordination of subcontractors
• Prepare, schedule, coordinate and monitor subcontractor assigned projects
• Produce project schedules
• Monitor compliance to applicable codes, performance standards, and specifications
• Review and determine suitability of shop drawings and submittals
• Assist with building permits and inspections
• Participate in weekly progress/coordination meetings
• Assist and support the project team with daily project coordination
• Assist with the project buy-out process
• Manage the procurement schedule for the project
• Assist in bidding and award activities, writing subcontracts, and project financial management
• Conduct project estimates and quantity takeoffs
• Prepare and price contract changes and additions to contractual agreements
• Coordinate material procurement and delivery
• Manage weekly pictures for progress reports
• Manage document controls (RFIs, Submittals, change orders, claims, etc.)
• Track owner and subcontractor change orders, and RFIs
• Manage flow of technical information: project drawings, specifications, addendums, bulletins, etc.
• Collect, verify, and distribute as-built drawings
• Maintain project close-out documents
• Maintain various information logs
• Other duties as assigned

• Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or the equivalent
• Minimum of 2 years of project engineer experience in the commercial construction industry
• Construction software utilization is preferred (examples: Procore, Sage CPC, MS Project)
• Advanced Microsoft Office skills
• Experience with Bluebeam, Revit
• 30% travel required
• Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
• Pass a background check and drug screening
• Legally eligible to work in the United States

• Action Orientation: Maintaining a sense of urgency to complete a task. Seeks information rather than waiting for it.
• Analytical Thinking: Uses information from a qualitative and quantitative analyses to solve problems and make decisions. Able to see interconnections between organizational systems that others miss. Able to overcome problems by using a logical, systematic, sequential approach
• Communication: The ability to give and gather information and actively manage the communication process by asking questions, conveying complex information in plain language, listening and considering others’ views, state own views clearly and concisely, and address conflict in a professional and productive manner.
• Forward Thinking: The ability to anticipate the implications and consequences of a situation and take appropriate action to be prepared for possible contingencies.
• Problem Solving: Identifies problems; determines accuracy and relevance of information; uses sound judgment to generate and evaluate alternatives and to make recommendations. Able to think clearly and rationally, solve problems systematically, and make right decisions quickly.
• Results Oriented: Takes a dynamic approach to work characterized by initiating decisions and actions. Concentrating on achieving the outcomes of a process or project while adhering to the overall strategy of the organization. Creating a culture of accountability and performance.

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