Project Engineer
Cornerstone RPO - Glen Allen, VA

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Job Description
The Project Engineer is primarily responsible for aiding the project staff in the preconstruction and construction stages of a project. The Project Engineer is responsible for assisting the Project Manager and/or Assistant Project Manager with the daily management, supervision, coordination, and successful completion of the project(s) to meet time and cost objectives with respect to contracting, scheduling, project management, and contract administration functions. Job Functions, Duties and Responsibilities
The following is a general description of job functions, duties and responsibilities. This listing is not intended to be an all-inclusive exhaustive list, but rather to summarize the responsibilities and skills needed by a Project Engineer. Aid in the Take-off/Re-take-off of awarded projects. Contact subcontractors and suppliers for purposes of bid solicitation. Evaluate less complex Subcontractor bids, aid in pricing alternates, and initiate value-engineering alternatives. Be stationed as deemed necessary by the Project Manager and/or CEO. Assist the Superintendent with determining material handling and storage logistics. Assist the Project Manager in the preparation of purchase orders, subcontracts and change orders in addition to identifying, writing, and tracking RFI's. Initial review of shop drawings, samples, catalog data in accordance with plans and specifications, scope, installation procedures, site considerations, and in regards to coordination with other trades. Prepare, expedite and monitor logs for tracking shop drawings, contract documents, submittals, requests for information (RFI's), change orders and other as determined necessary for a successful project. Monitor job progress with Project Manager and Superintendent for schedule updating. Coordinate Owner/Client Furnished Equipment and, or Materials deliveries and installation with project staff as it relates to our contract. Check Subcontractor applications for payment for accuracy in coordination with project staff. Become familiar with internal cost accounting methods and software. Maintain and review status of all project-related correspondence (i.e. field reports and RFI responses. Obtain all closeout materials from subcontractors and suppliers including guarantees and warranties, as-builts, final pay applications, lien releases, Operations and Maintenance Manuals, and coordinate Owner Training of Equipment as required. Become familiar with Maxwell and database software programs. Be familiar with OST and Quick Bid estimating/project management software. Assist with preparing the job start-up and closeout checklists. Possess working knowledge of all project plans, specifications, contract with Clients, subcontracts, purchase orders, daily correspondence, shop drawings, submittals, and all other project related documents, and maintain a complete and accurate set of as-builts. Actively participate and/or lead project buyout, O/A/C, subcontractor coordination, staff, and scheduling meetings. General Background and Minimum Requirements 4-year degree in an accredited construction related curriculum (BSCE, BSCM, BSAE, etc.) or "on the job" experience equivalent to a 4-year degree. Ability in these areas: interpersonal skills, computer skills, ability to communicate both written and oral. Knowledge of basic PC-based programs such as Microsoft Office, OST, Quick Bid including scheduling, spreadsheet, and database applications.