Myers & Sons Construction

Project Engineer - Inland Empire

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Project Management, Engineering and Estimating


Myers and Sons Construction, L.P. is a Heavy Civil Construction Company based in Sacramento, California with offices in Los Angeles and Denver. Myers and Sons Construction was started in 2010 by Clinton and C.C. Myers and has experienced strong growth since its founding. Myers and Sons specializes in, Bridge Construction, Bridge Restoration, Roadway Rehabilitation, Water Works, Concrete Bridge Overlays, Concrete Paving and Alternative Delivery Projects, including Design Build, CMGC and CMAR throughout California and the Western United States.


Myers and Sons is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status.


We are seeking a Project Engineer in the Inland Empire area. The site of the work is located at Inland Empire Utility Agency’s Regional Water Recycling Plant No. 1 (RP-1), located west of Archibald Avenue, on Walnut Street in the City of Ontario, CA.  The works includes refurbishing the existing mechanical vortex system at the Headworks Facility and providing and installing two new grit classifier/washer systems along with 5 new Stainless Steel Slide Gates, and a number of other mechanical upgrades, New yard piping,  Level sensors at the influent Bar screens and new cabinets that will house new the Programmable Logic Controllers(PLCs), New Motor Control Centers for the new pumps is also included.  Perform temporary bypass pumping while structural concrete repairs on the deteriorated Headworks and Scum wells are being performed.  


Required Experience: Must have experience working on Heavy Civil Projects as a Project Engineer or Field Engineer. Preferred Background: A Civil Engineering or Construction Management degree.


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