Duties and responsibilities may include: construction management; performing field inspection of Contractor's operations to see that they comply with contract documents; preparing daily and weekly reports on work accomplished by Contractor; coordinating and observing materials testing and maintaining testing logs; reviewing periodic pay estimates for accuracy with Contractor; preparing sketches and assembling data for Engineer's use in making changes to the project (PCOs); keeping diaries and making reports on work accomplished and/or noted deficiencies; performing sophisticated, complicated mathematical calculations; reviewing Contractor schedules including initial CPM and monthly updates; communicating effectively with the Engineer, Owner and Owner’s operational and field staff on a regular basis, keeping them apprised of field conditions and maintaining active communications and excellent rapport with the Owner and the entire project team throughout the construction process.
- qualified construction inspectors for water-sewer utility projects in Charlottesville, Virginia, Central Virginia, and surrounding counties. The Inspector is responsible for managing and performing daily construction management and inspection services for various types of utility projects and must have significant experience in utility construction, must be proficient at reading and interpreting plans, specifications, and shop drawings as well as overseeing construction document controls and enforcing contract compliance. Immediate opening in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Years of Experience - Minimum of six (6) years of specific field construction inspection experience in the specified areas listed below.
Educational requirements - High School Diploma or State Equivalency Certificate.
Inspection skills - Applicants must have demonstrated inspection experience with roadway & bridge construction, water and sewer pipeline construction, underground utility construction and related pavement rehabilitation projects requiring monitoring a contractor’s work for conformance to the design plans, specifications and general permit requirements; experience in coordinating inspection duties with multiple simultaneously operating crews; experience tracking daily quantities, completing daily inspection reports, reviewing payment requisitions and maintaining field sketchbooks and as-built drawings.
Additional Training or Certifications - ACI Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade I certification required. Sediment & erosion control certifications (i.e. DCR Inspector’s Certification) and ATSSA Intermediate/TCS Certification desirable. VDOT materials certifications desirable including Asphalt, Concrete, Soils & Aggregate. Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
Other skill-sets required include: good communication skills; the ability to read/interpret plans and specifications; writing and drawing skills necessary to complete inspection reports and sketch books. In addition, basic computer skills (Word & Excel) are desirable.
WR&A recognizes that employees play an important role in its success. Our commitment to full-time employees is reflected in the comprehensive benefits package we offer: Competitive salary, Leave accrual and paid holidays, Healthcare benefits, Group Life Insurance, as well as additional optional Life Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability Insurance, Flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care reimbursement, 401(k) Retirement Plan, Tuition Reimbursement, Employee Assistance Program, Free parking.
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Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP - 2 years ago
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