- Read construction plans and review for constructability, utilization of appropriate materials, and provide value engineering
- Walk the project ahead of the contractor’s work schedule to identify potential unforeseen conflicts.
- Provide construction inspection for roadway, aviation, utility, and site development projects for conformance to construction plans, specifications, and other documents.
- Document the contractors progress with Daily Inspection Reports including notes, photos, quantities, and weather.
- Verify materials delivered to the jobsite match the approved submittals.
- Monitor contractor’s schedules throughout the project and keep an accurate log of contract days used and remaining.
- Measure and document quantities of work performed each day and review/verify quantities on Contractor’s monthly payment applications.
- Inspect contractor’s temporary traffic control and verify in compliance with Part 6 of the MUTCD.
- Inspect erosion control (BMP’s) for conformance with the contract documents and report any erosion control deficiencies or required maintenance to the contractor.
- Coordinate scheduling of materials testing with geotechnical engineer as required and review material testing reports.
- Coordinate with the residents regarding impacts of construction.
- Ensure the contractor is maintaining accurate as-built record drawings for the project.
- Advise the Project Manager/Engineer of the work progress and field issues as they arise.
- Qualified candidate must have a valid driver’s license and retain a clean motor vehicle report (MVR) for final consideration.
- Knowledge of GDOT standards; including best practices and materials.
- Experience in civil engineering or construction management.
- Ability to read and understand construction plans, specifications, and contracts.
- Ability to travel for out-of-town projects as needed.
- Ability to work the hours dictated by the contractor’s schedule on short notice.
- Possess the ability to stand on your feet for approximately 3 hours minimum a day up to 8 hours a day.
- Possess the ability to traverse a construction job site consisting of uneven ground varying in height and consistency of material, with variation of elevation 12” or less (mud, gravel, rutted ground etc.)
- Be able to wear and work using standard PPE, i.e. hard hats, safety vest, work boots, safety glasses/goggles.
- Inspector Certifications:
- High school diploma preferred or GED diploma
- NPDES Level 1B Certified Inspector; Red Card (required)
- GDOT Worksite Erosion Control Supervisor (WECS); (desired)
- GDOT Worksite Traffic Control Supervisor (WTCS); (desired)
- OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour Construction Course; (desired)
- Strong problem-solving skills.
- Confidently communicate and respond to feedback.
- Interact positively and professionally with other employees, as well as contractors, clients, industry professionals, and residents/business owners impacted by construction.
- Apply professional judgment to efficiently perform the inspection responsibilities with the least possible interruption to the contractor/work progress.
- Maintain a high degree of accuracy in all of his/her work and documentation.
- Excellent organization and time management skills leading to timely documentation and submittals.
ABOUT THE ROLE
- Position Location – Marietta, Ga.
- Employment Status – Full-time
- Benefits Package – Health and dental insurance, disability, long-term care, life insurance, flexible spending accounts (medical and dependent), 401(k) savings plan with company match, wellness program, tuition reimbursement, ten paid holidays, and one month paid time off (accrued).
- Travel – Yes
Job Location: Marietta
Job Type: Full Time
Job Category: Construction Management