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Electrical Superintendent

The Electrical / Industrial Superintendent’s responsibility includes managing the overall day-to-day supervision of field related construction activities for the project. Responsibilities include: implementation and enforcement of safety policies, directing craft personnel and subcontractors; scheduling and sequencing the day to day activities of work; overseeing individual projects to assure compliance with the scope and quality as established by the contract documents; proactively anticipating and solving problems that could delay construction; promoting and instilling BLHI’s values into the workforce; managing the permit and inspection process, physically inspecting projects to monitor progress and compliance with project standards; maintaining QC/QA files and updating as-built drawings; and assist in regularly scheduled progress meetings.

Location City
State or Region
United States
Must have experience in:   Mechanical systems for manufacturing facilities ·         Cooling Towers. ·         Chillers. ·         Boilers. ·         Heat Exchangers. ·         Mechanical Piping. ·         Insulating. ·         Roof Top Conditioning Units.   Electrical systems for manufacturing facilities ·         Installation of Indoor Substations. ·         Installation of Electrical Bus Duct. ·         Exposed Electrical Raceway. ·         Fire Alarm for Industrial Facilities.   Process Piping ·  Installation of Piping Systems for Manufacturing
  • Weld Water
  • Compressed Air
  • Nitrogen
  • Proper Procedures for Installation of Process Piping.
  • Jointing
  • Testing & Cleaning
  • Insulating
  Concrete Construction ·         Foundation Systems. ·         Large Slab on Grade Placements.   Steel Erection ·         Sequencing of Large Facilities. ·         Proper Erection Procedures.   Special Administration ·         Must be able to oversee fast paced construction projects. ·         Participate in coordination and constructability discussions with owners, designers, and subcontractors during change orders, scope additions, and request for pricing. ·         Development of the project schedules workflow, activity coordination, and sequencing. ·         Chair progress meetings with both subcontractors and owners. ·         Oversee BLHI safety management plan. ·         MEPF utility coordination, such as overhead.   Compensation and Benefits    ·                     Competitive salary ·                     Blue Cross health and dental group insurance benefits. ·                     Company-provided Life, AD&D, and Long-term Disability (LTD) benefits. ·                     Company paid vacation and holidays. ·                     401k ·                     Relocation (if necessary). ·                     Monthly living allowance (if applicable).    
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