In-depth knowledge of civil construction processes, materials, and costs, particularly in the areas of earthwork, underground utilities, site work, site development, and paving. Prepare detailed cost estimates for construction projects, including earthwork, underground utilities, site work, site development, and paving.$100,000 - $150,000 a year
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You will provide specialized services such as the analysis and design of foundation elements, dam and levee structures, and seismic remediation design.
The Grading Foreman is responsible for coordinating, directing, and supervising crew(s) and subcontractors involved in safely, efficiently, and timely completing various heavy civil construction projects, including but not limited to earth moving, mass earthwork and grading.Apply NowUpdated 2 days ago
Knowledge of construction of public works facilities such as concrete flatwork, earthwork and grading, roadways and paving, park improvements, minor structures, storm drains, utilities, pumps and controls, construction scheduling/sequencing and cost estimating, public contract code, competitive bidding, and project management.Updated 22 days ago
Must have a minimum 3 years experience Earthwork/Grading Foreman in Civil Construction. Ability to execute grading operations for mass earthwork, loading of hauling vehicles in various soil types and conditions, fine grading for roads, curbs, side walks, foundations and other surfaces in a safe and productive manner.
Job Title: Director of Field Operations - Heavy Civil Construction Company Overview: gpac is representing a leading heavy civil construction contractor specializing in earthwork, excavation, underground utilities, and general commercial site development.Full-time
The goal of an interview is to evaluate candidates based on their skills, personality, and knowledge. You want to choose the BEST candidate from your candidate pool, so the interview is something you can't mess up. As you begin planning your interview process, one of the major decisions you'll face is whether the interview should be a structured vs unstructured interview. So let's take a dive into the differences and sort out which circumstances warrant which interview process.
This could include paving, grading, earthwork, excavation, bridgework, marine construction, wet/dry utilities etc. This could include paving, earthwork, excavation, bridgework, marine construction, wet/dry utilities etc.Full-time
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We perform demolition, earthwork, utilities, and environmental remediation. Our fleet of equipment includes Kenworth, Mack, International, Ford, 19 trailers (variety), Komatsu, Caterpillar, Volvo, Hamm, Bobcat, Husqvarna (demolition robot), and John Deere.Updated 22 days ago
Evaluates the desired goal of the system and develops, designs, or selects the required materials, structures and earthwork to achieve the goal
The Structural Engineer will take on any additional special projects as given by the Engineering Manager.
Proven experience in overseeing concrete, bridge, wet utilities, earthwork, concrete structures, heavy highway construction, and bridge and roadway construction. Proven experience in overseeing concrete, bridge, wet utilities, earthwork, concrete structures, heavy highway construction, and bridge and roadway construction.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 12 days ago
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Eight (8) or more years of experience in estimating all aspects of Heavy Highway construction including Structures, Earthwork, Walls and Storm Drainage. Preferred experience using AGTEK or any other earthwork takeoff software.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 4 days ago
Background in Earthwork, Underground, Concrete and Asphalt paving. Manage all segments of roadway work to include understanding project plans and specifications (FDOT), standard grading operations, pond excavations, subgrade preparations, stabilization (mixing), curb pads, layout and controls, Limerock placement, soil cement placement and MOT basic operations.Full-timeUpdated 22 days ago
Phillips & Jordan, Inc. (P&J), a Phillips Infrastructure Holdings, Inc. company, is a certified woman-owned, heavy civil and power infrastructure contractor established in 1952. Equipment Operation: Safely and skillfully operate excavators to perform excavation, digging, trenching, and grading tasks as required by project plans and specifications.
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We undertake earthwork, paving, grading, road construction, underground, and utility works. Unleash Your Potential as a Visionary Senior Estimator/Project Maestro in the Thriving Universe of Civil Construction.$90,000 - $120,000 a yearFull-timeUpdated 22 days ago
Minimum of five (5) years of experience of related CQC management experience on large dam, marine construction, and earthwork construction projects. We specialize in dam construction and rehabilitation, power transmission and distribution, tunneling, inland marine, oil, gas, utility, and sewer and water pipeline projects.Updated 22 days ago
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