Review and monitor the Contractor's substantial compliance with the Contract Documents under limited or no supervision. Responsibilities will be in accordance with the Contract for the performance of the work and the Construction Contract Documents. In general, the Resident Engineer will lead and supervise a field staff for inspection of construction; prepare or review the construction schedule and/or attend job related meetings; serve as the Owner’s on-site representative with the Contractor to coordinate and monitor matters of quality, schedule, cost and information; review and provide recommendations to the Design Engineer concerning Contractor’s requests for clarifications; receive, review and monitor shop drawing processing; coordinate the services of independent testing laboratories, report document and resolve unsatisfactory or non-conforming work, coordinate effort regarding utility issues including but not limited to relocation and / or abandonment, make recommendations concerning claims, contract modifications and payment requests; maintain records, provide reports; and assist in final inspection, record drawings and contract finalization.
Able to work independently including delegating authority and duties to staff for which engineering precedent exits. Ability to supervise and work with subordinates, Owners and other project related groups (ie: other public agencies, citizen groups, local vendors). Ability to present to groups and portray professional confidence and positive attitude a must. Computer proficiency required including Word, Excel or equal.
- 15 to 20 years’ experience with emphasis in roadway and bridge construction / rehabilitation.
- Minimum 10 years as Resident Engineer or equivalent experience.
- P.E. license (ASCE Grade IV or higher) or NICET IV (with BSCE or Equivalent required)
- Training in SSPC or NACE, ACI, SAT or MPT desired but not required.
Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. - 2 years ago