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Field Engineer - Augusta, GA Augusta , GA

Position Description

The Field Engineer’s responsibility is to make exact measurements and determine property boundaries. Provide data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, or dimension of land or land features on or near the earth’s surface for engineering, map making, mining, land elevation, construction, and other purposes. Responsible for layout of roads, land, utility lines, dredging, mechanical assemblies, and structures.

Requirements

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Locate boundaries of land and roads.
  • Establish elevations for grading of land, roads, utilities, and building floors.
  • Layout grid lines for others to construct foundations, locate columns, and layout walls.
  • Operate transits, levels, robotic instruments, and total stations.
  • Layout and monitor locations and structural members.
  • Layout lines for concrete formwork to be constructed.
  • Layout of underground utilities such as storm drainage and water lines.
  • Responsible maintaining a record of as built conditions for structures, roads, and assemblies.
  • Work closely with Superintendents, Foreman, Carpenters, and Iron Workers.

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Assistant Superintendent - Southeast Southeast, Southeast, United States

Position Description

The Assistant Superintendent’s responsibility includes supporting the Sr. Project Superintendent with 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.

 

Please note that this is for various projects. To be considered for a Federal project you must be a U.S. Citizen and be able to obtain a government clearance. 

Requirements

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring that all projects are performed in accordance with contractual and quality standards and up to code
  • Scheduling and directing the daily activities of work and taking necessary action to assure that the project objectives of cleanliness, safety, price, schedule, quality and process are met
  • Development, procurement, and enforcement of safety policies and procedures
  • Maintaining daily paperwork such as timecards, field reports, schedule updates and E-mail correspondence to keep the various people involved with the project informed of important issues
  • Implementing incremental project schedules that make sure upcoming events are on track and are being proactively attended to
  • Promoting and maintaining a culture that supports our corporate principles
  • Conducting and/or attending pre-construction, progress and other project and staff meetings
  • Monitor staffing needs, evaluate performance, and address employee relation issues as warranted for field staff

Requirements:

  • Must be able to assist with managing employees and have strong leadership skills
  • Must have experience in general contracting (concrete, steel erection, light gage metal framing, interior & exterior finishes, and display advanced MEPF systems)
  • Must have thorough knowledge of OSHA’s requirements for construction safety and have attended an OSHA 10 hour certification in the last five years
  • Must be able to read and decipher construction documents
  • Must be able to identify quality workmanship as it relates to building codes, industry standards, and contract documents
  • Must be able to produce, maintain, and direct the project schedule

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Project Superintendent - Southeast Southeast, Southeast, United States

Position Description

The Project 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.

 

Please note that this is for various projects. To be considered for a Federal project you must be a U.S. Citizen and be able to obtain a government clearance. 

 

Requirements

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring that all projects are performed in accordance with contractual and quality standards and up to code
  • Scheduling and directing the daily activities of work and taking necessary action to assure that the project objectives of cleanliness, safety, price, schedule, quality and process are met
  • Development, procurement, and enforcement of safety policies and procedures
  • Maintaining daily paperwork such as timecards, field reports, schedule updates and E-mail correspondence to keep the various people involved with the project informed of important issues
  • Implementing incremental project schedules that make sure upcoming events are on track and are being proactively attended to
  • Promoting and maintaining a culture that supports our corporate principles
  • Conducting and/or attending pre-construction, progress and other project and staff meetings
  • Monitor staffing needs, evaluate performance, and address employee relation issues as warranted for field staff

Requirements:

  • Must be able to manage employees and have strong leadership skills
  • Experience working on large scale government contracts
  • Must have experience in general contracting (concrete, steel erection, light gage metal framing, interior & exterior finishes, and display advanced MEPF systems)
  • Must have thorough knowledge of OSHA’s requirements for construction safety and have attended an OSHA 10 hour certification in the last five years
  • Must be able to read and decipher construction documents

 

  • Must be able to identify quality workmanship as it relates to building codes, industry standards, and contract documents
  • Must be able to produce, maintain, and direct the project schedule

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Project Superintendent - Charleston, SC Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Position Description

The Project 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.

Requirements

Requirements:

  • Must be able to manage employees and have strong leadership skills
  • Must have experience in general contracting (concrete, steel erection, light gage metal framing, interior & exterior finishes, and display advanced MEPF systems)
  • Must have thorough knowledge of OSHA’s requirements for construction safety and have attended an OSHA 10 hour certification in the last five years
  • Must be able to read and decipher construction documents
  • Must be able to identify quality workmanship as it relates to building codes, industry standards, and contract documents
  • Must be able to produce, maintain, and direct the project schedule

 

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring that all projects are performed in accordance with contractual and quality standards and up to code
  • Scheduling and directing the daily activities of work and taking necessary action to assure that the project objectives of cleanliness, safety, price, schedule, quality and process are met
  • Development, procurement, and enforcement of safety policies and procedures
  • Maintaining daily paperwork such as timecards, field reports, schedule updates and E-mail correspondence to keep the various people involved with the project informed of important issues
  • Implementing incremental project schedules that make sure upcoming events are on track and are being proactively attended to
  • Promoting and maintaining a culture that supports our corporate principles
  • Conducting and/or attending pre-construction, progress and other project and staff meetings
  • Monitor staffing needs, evaluate performance, and address employee relation issues as warranted for field staff

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Field Engineer - Charleston, SC Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Position Description

The Field Engineer’s responsibility is to make exact measurements and determine property boundaries. Provide data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, or dimension of land or land features on or near the earth’s surface for engineering, map making, mining, land elevation, construction, and other purposes. Responsible for layout of roads, land, utility lines, dredging, mechanical assemblies, and structures.

Requirements

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

 

  • Locate boundaries of land and roads.
  • Establish elevations for grading of land, roads, utilities, and building floors.
  • Layout grid lines for others to construct foundations, locate columns, and layout walls.
  • Operate transits, levels, robotic instruments, and total stations.
  • Layout and monitor locations and structural members.
  • Layout lines for concrete formwork to be constructed.
  • Layout of underground utilities such as storm drainage and water lines.
  • Responsible maintaining a record of as built conditions for structures, roads, and assemblies.
  • Work closely with Superintendents, Foreman, Carpenters, and Iron Workers.

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Assistant Superintendent - Gainesville, FL Gainesville, FL, USA

Position Description

The Assistant Superintendent aids the project superintendent in overseeing the field operations. They are responsible for monitoring and enforcing the project’s safety program, ensuring that quality work is being performed, monitoring progress as directed by the project superintendent, aiding subcontractors and BLHI field employees with specific tasks, and enforcing the project schedule.

Requirements

  • Must be able to manager employees and subcontractors.
  • Must have experience in general contracting (concrete, steel erection, light gage metal framing, interior & exterior finishes, and MEPF systems).
  • Must have thorough knowledge of OSHA’s requirements for construction safety and have attended an OSHA 10 hour certification in the last five years.
  • Must be able to read and decipher construction documents.
  • Must be able to identify quality workmanship.
  • Must be able to read and direct the project schedule.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma.
  • Ten years’ industry experience OR two years must consist of managing people. OR a degree from a four or two year school with two years’ experience as a foreman or assistant superintendent.
  • Strong teamwork orientation.
  • Positive attitude.
  • Detail oriented.

Preferred Skills and Certifications

  • Completed and OSHA 30-hour course in the last five years.
  • Attained certifications for competent person training in the last five years.
  • Received and Army Corps of Engineer Quality Control certificate.
  • Provide references from past owners, architects, and subcontractors.
  • Have a background in field engineering.
  • Hold certifications from any commonly recognized organization such as the American Concrete Institute, International Code Council, or the National Center for Construction Education and Research.

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