Construction Inspector (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 27, 2015
The morning normally starts off by checking my phone messages and returning calls. Checking e mails and responding to them.Then paper work, Working on IDR`s and drawlings. ...Faxing papers and writing letters when needed. The other inspector and energetic and knowledgeable and great to work with. Then its time to go into the field to the various work sites for daily inspections and working with the contractors to ensure their compliance with all the county and state codes and specifications. Also to ensure all the proper MOT is in place where needed.Daily logs, taking measurements, and keeping track of all material used on the job is done . Also to keep proper paper work to ensure contractor is paid correct amounts.We always have pre- construction meeting and then progress meeting throughout the course of the contracts.
Management support, Available training, Advancment
Road & Bridge Construction Inspector (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – October 31, 2012
There is no typical day at work here, you may go from job to job at different locations or parts of the State. I've learned a lot in the field of highway construction from some of the best. The hardest part of this job isn't the work but the not knowing from day to day where you'll be working or if you'll be working but have come in contact with a lot of people in the highway construction field.