The Project Engineer is responsible for the timely and accurate execution of tasks assigned by the Division Manager, Senior Project Manager or Project Managers. The Project Engineer is given responsibilities that commensurate with its background and experience. These responsibilities can cover all aspects of project management, organization, scheduling, budgeting, quality control and customer interfaces. The Project Engineer assists and supports in compliance, report preparation, scheduling and technical assistance. The Project Engineer is a Project Manager in training.
- Administrative support in tracking labor and material costs charged to the project.
- Set up projects and contracts within viewpoint from the commencement of the project.
- Oversee materials and equipment that will be used during project execution.
- Track the quality issues and open items that must be resolved prior to project completion and close-out.
- Maintain accurate project files to ensure compliance with contract requirements, ensure documents are organized and are readily available for retrieval.
- Apply contractual requirements to the scope of work.
- Provide support to team members of the project.
- Maintain project plans current to scope, schedule and/or budget changes.
- Conduct inspection and walk-down activities.
- Track open items to address issues and/or conflicts to achieve resolution.
- Measure and affect productivity.
- Use required computer programs to the fullest extent for every project.
- Develop and maintain project status and technical reports.
- Work closely with purchasing on releases, material tracking, order requests and preparation of submittals.
- Work with Senior Project Managers, Project Managers and/or Superintendents to recognize underperforming subcontractors to ensure timing with project notifications.
- Build and maintain positive relationships with all customers.
- Read and understand construction drawings accurately to determine their impact on the scope, budget and schedule of the project.