POSITION –Lead Construction Inspector (Arch/Civil), start immediately.
LOCATION - Reporting to the Engineer of Construction for TB&T, at the George Washington Bridge field office.
SCOPE - Primarily inspecting Tenant Alteration work, mainly involving building architectural work. Inspection of building construction work, mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems, architectural and structural work.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and written, verbal communication with contract staff, Resident Engineer, Assistant Resident Engineer, PA facility staff in person, video/phone, and in writing by email. Supervise and direct assigned Field Engineers. MS Office skills required. Ability to read plans and specs. Prepare and review written contract administration documentation such as daily narratives (work reports), controlled inspection reports, daily time and material records, and document unit price work. Identify potential extra work issues and keep Resident Engineer advised of all issues. Prepare estimates of extra work. Prepare related sketches and documentation. Review plans for constructability and prepare comments. Confirm Contractor adherence with Specs, shop drawings, and design. Monitor contractor’s adherence with Facility security requirements. Review contractor payment requests and recommend reasonableness to the Resident Engineer.
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Architecture. Minimum 10 years’ experience inspecting building construction work, varied in size (projects ranging from $500K to $5 million plus) and complexity (multiple crews, shifts and crew sizes.). Construction experience must include concrete and reinforcement placement, HVAC installation, fire protection systems, electrical and control systems, preparation of estimates. Familiarity w/ NYC Building code.
Ability to pass a SWAC Background Check at High Level.
Possess Valid Driver's license.
Night and weekend shifts may be required.
Trained in fall protection, confined space and permit required confined space OSHA regulations and within the last 5 yrs. OHSA 10hr safety training. NYC Local Law 52 scaffold certification required.