Consigli Construction Co., Inc. Project Engineer in Albany, New York
Project Engineer Project Management Albany, NY * ID: 2749-365 * Full-Time/Regular Interested in an outstanding opportunity to become part of a team with a stellar reputation as a community engaged Employer of Choice? Established in 1905, Consigli has grown over the last 100 years from a local fourth generation family business into one of the largest construction managers and general contractors in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. In 2018, we transitioned to 100-percent employee-ownership. Nationally ranked as one of Forbes Best Midsize Employers in 2021 and 2022 and as one of the Best Places to Work by the Boston Globe, the Washington Post, the Hartford Business Journal, and MaineBiz, our culture draws raw talent from college interns to seasoned veterans with substantial years of experience in their field. We credit empowerment, innovation and "thinking great" for our continual growth and success. Most important, we are thankful for our employees and are proud to have one of the most exciting project portfolios in the business. Project Engineer TheProject Engineer (PE) will be primarily responsible for obtaining, distributing and reporting on critical project information to the project stakeholders. In this role, the PE will coordinate with subcontractors, vendors and consultants. A PE is the on-siteexperton the status of submittals, Request for Information (RFIs), materials, safety documentation, drawing updates, and all other relevant project documents. Project Engineers participate in theConsigli Project Engineer Academy, a year-long program designed to give our PEs a leg up in the industry through expert training and continuous development.Through this program, new PEs will gain pertinent industry knowledge andskills while also building their network within Consigli through interactive group activities. Required Skills Document Control - Ensure timely and accurate management of all project documentation: Design Changes/Updates: Distribute all design changes to the entire project team and all subcontractors RFIs: Prepare and submit requests for information to the design team and distribute all responses to the appropriate parties Submittals: Create and manage the submittal log for the project. Obtain required submittals from subcontractors, review for compliance with the specifications and submit to the design team for review via Procore system software Safety Documentation: Upload subcontractor safety documentation to Procore. Notify subcontractors of missing paperwork and follow up until it is provided. Conduct safety walk-throughs with Superintendent and Safety Manager Enrollment, and compliance tracking of subcontractor insurance certificates Field Reporting- Ensure field activities are tracked and reported to related parties: Punch List: Upload and distribute the punch list through Procore to subcontractors. Assist with coordinating work completion as required and maintain an accurate log of items to be complete Observations and Field Reports: work with project team to conduct field walks as necessary and compile any corresponding documentation accordingly. Review Design Team field reports and work with required parties to resolve open items and drive resolution Safety: perform regular safety walks with field and safety staff and record observations Photos: track project progress with photos of the job site on a regular basis. Photos shall be tagged and uploaded to Procore Material Delivery - Thorough knowledge of anticipated delivery dates for materials and equipment to the site: Create, update and maintain an accurate material delivery log for all materials and equipment on the project. Obtain current information from subcontractors on a consistent basis regarding the status of their materials and when they are expected onsite. Ensure timely communication of potential delays to the entire project team. Understand and communicate long lead item impacts to the design team during the submittal review process and request expediting of submittal review where required. Material verification on-site: confirm the delivered material corresponds to the submitted material to avoid potential field issues. Project Meetings Generate and update agendas for the various project meetings with input from the project team. Track project meeting commitments and action items and distribute minutes to project stakeholdersin a timely manner. Reporting: report on, at a minimum, submittals, RFI's and critical project issues. Coordination and support pre-job and subcontractor safety and quality meetings. Collaboration and Coordination Interface with client and design team throughout the entire project. Develop relationships with all stakeholders on the project. Collaborate with the other team members in establishing and implementing project goals. Management and inventory of job site office consumables. Communicate with subcontractors on a daily basis. Required Experience A Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management or Architecture or related field required. Prior internship experience is a plus. Basic understanding of construction including schedule logic, budgets and project documentation. Microsoft Office proficiency is required. OSHA 10 Hour and OSHA 30 preferred. Additional experience may includecost management software (Timberline, Sage preferred), scheduling software (Primavera P6 preferred) and construction management software (Procore preferred). An Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer Consigli provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws. An Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer. Consigli provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.