• $88,950.00 -131,220.00/year*
  • Fort Morgan , CO
  • Engineering
  • Full-Time
  • 17637 Co Rd M

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Primary Responsibilities

In the role of Construction Project Engineer, we'll count on you to:

Serve as Construction Project Engineer delivering engineering services on several simultaneous projects. Contracts range in value from several thousand to several million dollars. Responsible for observation and reporting on assigned projects to government personnel.

Implement government corporate decisions/guidance/laws/regulations and policy in the development of the project and intermediate products in support of the project.

Oversee construction, contract administration, and quality assurance activities in accordance with established policies, procedures, and regulations.

Analyze design and construction issues with respect to contract requirements.

Deliver recommendations to government personnel regarding compliance with contract provisions and environmental harmony, and exercises engineering judgment to assist in the development of solutions between conflicting plan details or requirements which become evident as construction progresses.

Deliver opinion to government personnel as related to schedule items being reasonable, consistent, and proportionately balanced with percentages accurately represented for each corresponding work feature or component of work.

Inform government personnel on progress percentages as they relate to an approximately uniform or balanced monetary payment, and that work involved accurately represents the monetary proportional amount of the contract.

Summarize contractor's submittals and delivers outline of submittal for review by government personnel.

Prepare correspondence for the COR's signature. Provide field surveillance and deliver daily detailed reports covering all pertinent factors affecting cost and engineering considerations.

Deliver quality assurance plans for assigned projects to government personnel.

Assist government in the preparation of modification scopes of work for changes to include drawings and specifications.

Assist government in the preparation of cost estimates, and recommend objectives for government personnel to pursue on contractor proposals.

Will be a resource in negotiations to reach a fair and reasonable settlement of contract time extensions and/or cost increase/decrease.

Participate in pre-construction conferences with government personnel.

Deliver upward reporting to district project managers.

Deliver status reports on assigned projects to the district corporate leadership.

All deliverables from the contract employee under this discipline will be reviewed by government personnel within 10 calendar days of receipt.

Perform other duties as needed.


Required Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management or closely related field

(P.E.) - Registration as a professional engineer by any state

5+ years related experience

Must be willing to relocate to assignment location.

Complete a successful background check, as well as having, or being able to obtain in a reasonable time, the required government clearances to perform the responsibilities HDR has been contracted to perform. In some cases this could mean, but is not limited to a CAC card, network access and/or restricted area badges.

Microsoft Office Suite

An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must

Preferred Qualifications

Construction experience with medical facilities preferred.

Associated topics: building process, design engineer, designer, draw, engineer, environment, implement, structural, structure, systems engineer

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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