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Survey Field Technician

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Survey Field Technician is responsible for providing data collection and stake out in support of commercial, retail, municipal and various other civil engineering projects.

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Project Engineer
  • Designers
  • Surveyors
  • CAD Technicians
  • Other Field Technicians

RESPONSIBILITIES

The specific responsibilities of the Field Tech include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Data Collection and Stake Out for land development plans, zoning plans, concept plans and construction documents
  • Client Needs and Project Scope
  • The intent of the plan or plat that is being located or staked

QUALIFICATIONS

Experience Preferred:

  • 2 year Associate Degree
  • Ability to work overtime and travel as needed
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work as a team player and interact well with others
  • CAD Tech experience is a plus

 

*Entry Level Positions will also be considered at this time.

Project Manager

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Project Engineer is responsible for the overall supervision and scheduling of commercial, retail, municipal, and various other civil design projects. The underlying focus of the Project Engineer is to provide the utmost satisfaction to the client while ensuring projects are completed within the allocated period of time and within the budget assigned.

 

ACCOUNTABILITY

The Project Manager is expected to operate under a certain degree of independence using the staff and resources they manage to provide a high quality of service to the client. The Project Manager is directly accountable to the company President and is required to maintain strong client relationships, meet profitable goals, and ensure the project team is providing a high level of service to the client.

 

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Client Representatives
  • Municipalities
  • Developers
  • Project Engineers
  • AutoCAD Designers/Drafters
  • Attorneys
  • Sub consultants
  • Contractors

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

The specific responsibilities of the Project Manager include, but are not limited to, the following:

Design

Oversee preparation of civil construction documents that upheld our design philosophies. Provide the client not only what is necessary from a permitting standpoint, but also with a set of documents which will allow the successful bidder to construct the project efficiently and with minimal changes in scope of work.

Oversee each project and project team they manage, including sub consultants and other experts called upon to complete the project effectively and efficiently.

 

 

Integration and detailed understanding of multiple key factors are considered during the course of our design. The following is brief list of some of the key factors:

  • Municipal regulations and requirements
  • Client dictated criteria
  • Sensitivity to costs and schedules
  • Constructability of the design
  • Recurring maintenance
  • Client satisfaction

 

Permitting and Entitlements

The Project Manager is expected to work closely with our Project Engineers when pursuing state and other municipal approvals.

The Project Manager may be expected to represent the firm and the client through multiple entitlement processes, if required by the project. Those processes include, but are not limited to:

  • Rezoning Meetings
  • Variance Requests
  • Annexation Requests
  • Neighborhood Meetings
  • Any/All Jurisdictional Processes

 

QUALIFICATIONS

This position requires a 4 year Bachelor of Science Degree, with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in project management. The applicant should have exceptional communication skills, exhibit attention to detail, and be capable of managing multiple projects, and multiple team members.

Project Engineer

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Project Engineer is responsible for the overall supervision and scheduling of commercial, retail, municipal, and various other civil design projects. The underlying focus of the Project Engineer is to provide the utmost satisfaction to the client while ensuring projects are completed within the allocated period of time and within the budget assigned.

 

ACCOUNTABILITY

The Project Engineer is expected to operate under a certain degree of independence using the staff and resources available to them to provide a high quality of service to the client. The Project Engineer is directly accountable to the company President and is required to maintain strong client relationships, meet profitable goals, and ensure their project team is providing a high level of service to the client.

 

KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Client Representatives
  • Municipalities
  • Developers
  • AutoCAD Designers/Drafters
  • Attorneys
  • Sub consultants
  • Contractors

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

The specific responsibilities of the Project Engineer include, but are not limited to, the following:

Design

Direct supervision of the preparation of civil construction documents that uphold our design philosophies. Provide the client not only what is necessary from a permitting standpoint, but also with a set of documents which will allow the successful bidder to construct the project efficiently and with minimal changes in scope of work.

Assure the proper experts are involved in the project - BFA has numerous working relationships with a wide variety of experts throughout the country.

 

 

Integration and detailed understanding of multiple key factors are considered during the course of our designs. The following is brief list of some of these key factors:

  • Sound engineering practices
  • Municipal regulations and requirements
  • Client desired criteria
  • Sensitivity to costs and schedules
  • Constructability of the design
  • Recurring maintenance

 

Permitting and Entitlements

The Project Engineer is expected to work closely with state and other municipal authorities to ensure all appropriate approvals are granted prior to commencement of construction.

The Project Engineer will be expected to represent the firm and the client through multiple entitlement processes, if required by the project. Those processes include, but are not limited to:

  • Rezoning Meetings
  • Variance Requests
  • Annexation Requests
  • Neighborhood Meetings
  • Any/All Jurisdictional Processes

 

Construction Administration

The Project Engineer will be expected to:

  • Have a detailed understanding of the field conditions and challenges faced by the Contractor.
  • Be able to convey specific design elements and overall project intent to the Contractor throughout construction.
  • Coordinate approval of final construction by all authorities.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

This position requires a BS in Civil Engineering and PE license. The applicant should have exceptional communication skills, exhibit attention to detail, and be capable of managing multiple projects and multiple team members.

Entry level positions are available to applicants with less experience. Engineering-In-Training (EIT) certification is required to be considered for an entry level position.

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