Myers & Sons Construction

Project Engineer - Bridges - Northern California

Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
Job ID
2020-3673
# of Openings
1
Category
Project Management, Engineering, Estimating, Safety

Overview

Myers & Sons Construction, is a Heavy Civil Construction Company. Myers and Sons specializes in, Water/Wastewater Plant Construction and Heavy Highway Construction, including Alternative Delivery Projects, such Design Build, Progressive Design Build, CMGC and CMAR throughout California, Colorado and the United States.

Myers and Sons Construction is currently seeking a project engineer to work on a couple Caltrans projects. The project locations are in San Francisco, Larkspur and El Portal. They include a CMGC Rockshed, Pedestrian Bridge and Steel Bridge Rehabilitation Project.

Responsibilities

This person will work closely with the project manager, project owner, as well as Myers and Sons’ internal staff to complete projects in a timely and effective manner. This person must be self-motivated and willing to learn all aspects of the project, including scheduling in both preconstruction and construction, coordinating suppliers and subcontractors, submittals, RFI’s, change orders, layout, survey and quality assurance.

At Myers and Sons Construction every day is different and as a Project Engineer you be exposed every facet of construction, allowing you to grow your knowledge base and advance your career at a rapid pace.

Qualifications

Required Experience: Must have experience working on a Heavy Civil Project as a Project Engineer or Field Engineer.

Preferred Background: A Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineer or Construction Management degree. A licensed Professional Engineer or Engineer in Training.

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.

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