Id : 5826
PTAGis currently seeking a Site Civil Engineer. This position might have direct reports. The work involves planning, directing and executing Civil / Structural Engineering in the field to support the construction of the generating station.
As required the successful candidate will interface and coordinate activities with Home Office engineering, field construction supervision, field Quality Assurance and field sub-
constractors (surveying and materials testing). Additionally, will support Field Procurement, Work Turnover, and Commissioning.
Reporting to the Site Resident Engineer, the Site Civil Engineer should be capable of functioning with a limited level of supervision.
This position will interface with, and provide support to other construction and engineering groups including Construction Management, Project Controls, Quality Assurance and Surveying.
The Site Civil Engineer works closely with the Site Resident Engineer, Design Engineering, Construction Management and Contractors to contribute to and coordinate design information to support the project.
This includes interpreting the technical requirements of the design documents to provide clear understanding of requirements and processing of civil-
related Site Queries and Change Requests including Engineering Change Notices.
Location : Muskrat Falls, NL
Liaise with the Home Engineering Office and interpret drawings and specifications
Studies drawings and specifications issued to the field and reports to Engineering Manager any ambiguities, interferences or errors found on drawings, specifications and assigned work
Assist in monitoring and management of site Information Management
Review and assess Owners QA surveying
Review and assess Owners Field Materials Testing
Participate in Review of Contractors Quality Control program
Assist QA in review of Contractors material certification
Assist Home Office in preparation and conveyance of Engineering Change Notices
Participate in review of Contractor’s submittals
Provide technical support to construction activities at the worksite, while expediting design changes for timely response to Site Queries
Advises Site Manager, Construction Manager and contractors on the interpretation of structural concrete and structural steel drawings and specifications and advises on additional details or clarifications required from project design
Reviews proposals for field changes and substitutions and recommends action to the Engineering Manager and Site Managers for approval
Obtains and supplies field representatives and QA / QC inspectors with applicable codes, manufacturer’s instructions, vendor drawings and installation procedures required for field work
Assists material control group when requested in inspection of equipment and material
Work with team of Field Engineers in problem recognition Performs any other duties that may be requested by Construction Managers
Act as Engineeing's respresentative on the construction site
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, P. Eng. Eligible for registration with PEG-NL in Province of Newfoundland and Labrador
5 to 10 years’ civil-related experience with construction of hydroelectric projects considered an asset
Knowledge of analysis and design of reinforced concrete hydraulic structures
Knowledge of analysis and design of steel structures
Knowledge of the construction materials standards and approved testing methodologies established by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and other standards organizations
Working knowledge of Quality Control and Quality Assurance procedures
Ability to read and interpret structural concrete and structural steel drawings
Understanding of design practices for temporary supports, formwork and other such structures
Experience with reviews of structural drawings identifying problems and resolutions
Demonstrated experience with identification of construction problems and resolution through design change notice
Demonstrated ability to verbally and graphically convey problem resolution to engineering and construction parties
Experience in administration of contracts considered an asset
PTAG is a capital projects consulting firm servicing the global Power, Oil & Gas, Mining and Heavy Infrastructure industries.
We provide best practice advisory services to clients seeking to improve capital and sustaining project outcomes.
We are committed to improving safety and project efficiency in every engagement. We are proud members of the Construction Industry Institute (CII) and are globally recognized as implementers and trainers of their fully researched and field tested best practices.