Project Engineer - Sheet Metal and HVAC - 1203913
Provide business and administrative support to facilitate the planning and coordinating of activities of designated projects to ensure that the goals or objectives of the projects are accomplished within the prescribed time frame and funding parameters.
· Assist Division Manager and the Project Manager in planning the work schedule, submittal schedule, and release log specific to each project assigned to you.
· Assist in the coordination of project personnel activities to insure the project progresses on schedule and within the prescribed budget.
· May advise and make recommendations to the Managers of potential problems, work interference schedule difficulties assist in circumventing/ resolving such problems required.
· Compose and/or edit letters, memos, reports, and procedures as required.
· Oversee and/or process day-to-day administrative items (i.e., supply requisition, personnel transaction forms, operative budgets, manpower loading schedules, status logs, etc.) per supervisor’s direction and authorization.
· Prepare special reports, studies, and statistical analyses per the supervisor’s request. Such items would usually require research, development, and/or interpretation of data and be performed with little supervision or instruction.
· Perform additional assignments per supervisor’s direction.
· Minimum three (3) years of the construction industry and experience in the HVAC and sheet metal facets of the industry are a must.
· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
· Ability to work with MS Office computer software. Excel skills are a must.
· Ability to work with Bluebeam, and Adobe programs used in PDF documents
· Ability to work and adapt in a fast-paced construction team environment (both field and office).
· Ability to work for a diverse group from trade, office personnel, managers, contractor, and subcontractors.
The following are typical duties, performed at various levels, in the course of a career as a Project Engineer.
· Performs quality control tasks, including reviewing quality programs, ensuring contractor’s fieldwork is properly inspected, selecting laboratories for testing, ensuring corrective actions take place, ensuring trades are certified, ensuring materials meet contract specifications, preparing contractor submittals, and resolving conflicts.
· Issue RFIs, either through the contract document review process or at the request of the supervisors and/or field personnel
· Issue Purchase Orders for equipment related to our scope of work
· Release materials and equipment based on schedules and per the direction of supervisors
· Track deliveries of any/all releases
· Assisting commissioning tasks, including coordinating close-outs, commissioning of systems, managing the commissioning agent, providing warranty support, ensuring commissioning training, and participating in relocation.
Some of the essential functions of the job have a physically demanding component. In the execution of the duties and tasks listed above, Project Engineers may frequently be required to:
· Visit confined areas such as crawlspaces, attics, utility pits, tunnels, manholes, and other confined spaces.
· Visit sites from heights such as rooftops, ledges, and scaffolding, including climbing extension ladders and scaffolding.
· Follow established safety regulations related to construction and renovation practices and regulations.
A Project Engineer is also periodically required to perform work that requires regular and recurring periods of prolonged standing, bending, and stretching. Additionally, Project Engineers may supervise sub-contractors and tradesmen that work with building equipment, heavy machinery, and construction vehicles. All of these tasks are at times performed at construction sites with ambient noise and other environmental factors that are typical for such sites.