Directs and manages the engineering staff in the design, consultant design review, and construction coordination and inspection of community investment projects. |
Directs and manages the engineering staff in the design review and construction inspection of private development from annexation to final acceptance of the improvements.
Directs and manages design and construction specifications and details, all revisions thereto, and requests for new material approvals.
Responsible for overall fiscal management of bond fund accounts.
Administers the professional procurement procedures for the selection of consulting engineers for the design of Community Investment Program (CIP) Projects.
Coordinates and manages the inter-departmental yearly updates to the Community Investment Program (CIP).
Approves all right of way requirements and design changes to community investment and private development projects.
Negotiates and consults with developers, consultants, and contractors concerning private development and community investment requirements.
Administers the flood insurance program for the City and enforces flood plain regulations.
Directs and manages the preparation, implementation, and interpretation of the City engineering design manuals, ordinances, procedures, resolutions, and special studies.
Directs preparation and presentation of engineering reports for management.
Directs, instructs, schedules, reviews, trains, and evaluates the activities of assigned staff.
Manages the Transportation Division activities including signal design and timing, traffic safety, construction zone safety and other traffic related items.
Responds to inquiries from citizens, City Manager, and the Council regarding departmental projects and council agenda items. Attends Council meetings to answer questions and provide information.
Participates as the City’s representative on various North Central Texas Council of Government (NCTCOG) committees.
Coordinates Engineering Department activities with other municipalities, school districts, counties, state and federal agencies.
Texas Municipal League
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