Must have working knowledge of all crafts including civil, mechanical, pipe and electrical.
The Field Engineer provides primary oversight on assigned field operations in a manner consistent with Company policies and procedures. The role requires thorough knowledge of project plans and specifications, preliminary and temporary work design, field layout and drawings, field operations planning, forecasting, cost and quantity tracking, operations scheduling, and interaction with field and office personnel.
Position Requirements: Responsibilities
Assist Project Manager, Project Superintendent and Project Engineer as required,
Perform field engineering and design of temporary structures including formwork, false work, lift plans, trestles, sheet piling and shoring as required
Assist in all schedule preparations & updates, identify critical work items, prepare list of long-lead items
Coordinate crew activities
Responsible for quantity tracking/reporting and assist in project costing & forecasting
Prepare requisitions for equipment and material for approval by Project Engineer.
Coordinate inspections of material deliveries to ensure compliance with purchase order and shop drawings.
Resolve field problems and conflicts, liaise with subcontractors, suppliers & own workforce on field details.
Notify the Project Engineer of potential costs impacts due to field problems or conflicts in the plans.
Assists in the preparation of RFI’s.
Assists with the documentation of time & material work and other extra work activities.
Project Documentation: Keep a daily diary of project progress; take project photos on a regular basis.
Assist project close out
Additional responsibilities as required per the project needs.