What does a Project Engineer do?
The role of a project engineer is to support the Project Manager and be responsible for the oversight of most major aspects of construction work, including organizing the acquisition of materials, equipment and workers, planning for costs, and supporting the Project Manager on various tasks.
Project Engineer Responsibilities
- Coordinates with project architects, designers, owners, and field personnel.
- Responsible for generating Request for Information (RFI) and submittals.
- May be responsible for bid analysis, constructability reviews, and permit processing.
- Inspects all work to assure compliance with plans and specifications.
- Offers technical information to project supervisor to ensure work complies with applicable codes, drawings, and specifications.
- General understanding of project budget; assist with buyouts
- Monitor and track project quality control metrics and activities on a regular basis, provide timely and accurate quality reports, and raise issues to PM or Superintendent as appropriate.
- Plan and organize construction engineering projects from conception to completion.
- Generation of project punch list and closeout documentation.
Project Engineer Qualifications
- Degree in Engineering or Construction Management.
- Demonstrated expertise (either through internships or work experience) in commercial projects (i.e. tenant improvements, multi-family and multi-use, corporate and institutional structures)
- Excellent communications skills required for interaction with vendors, designers, consultants, and clients.
- MS Office (Word, Excel, Project) AutoCAD, Revit, Blue Beam
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