Excavation OperatorRECONNKing of Prussia, PAYou will perform various vacuum excavation activities near utilities, including core drilling, shoveling, backfilling, and construction labor. There are several different names for this type of work, including hydro-excavation, potholing, keyholing, and air-vac. $19 - $24 an hour Full-timeCarpenter ForemanThalle Construction CompanyAustin, TXOur diverse and expansive project scope of heavy civil infrastructure projects includes dams, reservoirs, locks, DOT roadway construction and bridges, large diameter utilities, landfills, mass excavation, wastewater, on-demand emergency services.
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Geotechnical Engineer 3CDM SmithNew York, NYResponsibilities for this position can include, but are not limited to:- Providing engineering services during construction of shafts, tunnels, HDD, support of excavation systems, ground improvement, pipelines, deep and shallow foundations, and other underground construction.Underground Utilities Excavator OperatorEmery Sapp SonsSpringfield, MOSince our founding in 1972, ESS has grown into a team of more than 1100 employee-owners that are experts in excavation, grading, underground utilities, bridge construction, and asphalt and concrete paving.Geologist IIIAECOMDallas, TXThe field activities will consist of soil, groundwater, surface water, sediment, air, and soil vapor sample collection, geological logging and interpretation, and the oversight of subcontractors including laboratories and excavation and drilling companies. Full-timeGeotechnical Engineer 6CDM SmithGreenville, NCThis could include: earthwork, dewatering, and excavation support; shallow/deep foundations; pipelines; dams, reservoirs, and levees; solid waste; tunneling, micro-tunneling, and pipe jacking; or geo-environmental projects.
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Geotechnical Engineer 6CDM SmithLincoln, NECDM Smith is seeking a full time Senior Geotechnical Engineer with expertise in geotechnical engineering specifically in airfield pavement design. Perform and/or oversee geotechnical engineering analyses and evaluations for the design of new pavements and overlays, pavement condition surveys, pavement rehabilitation, and reconstruction.Geotechnical Engineer 6CDM SmithKenosha, WIExperience with Unified Facilities Criteria for Airfield Pavement Design, Unified Facilities Guide Specifications, FAA Advisory Circulars, and AASHTO flexible and rigid pavement design standards required. Full-timeGeotechnical Engineer 6CDM SmithIndependence, MOProviding senior level experience with Unified Facilities Criteria for Airfield Pavement Design, Unified Facilities Guide Specifications, FAA Advisory Circulars, and AASHTO flexible and rigid pavement design standards required.Geotechnical Engineer 6CDM SmithSavannah, GAPlan, schedule, conduct or coordinate mid to large size field and laboratory services for transportation-related projects including airfield and roadway pavement projects, embankment design and retaining structures. Full-time
If you’re like most of us, you’d love to be wealthier. Having more money would alleviate stress. It would make it easier to pay your bills and buy nicer things. Maybe it’d allow you to spend more time with your kids and go on more vacations. You’re not alone if you wish you could somehow earn a more significant income.
Geotechnical Engineer 6CDM SmithTucson, AZMaster's degree in Civil Engineering with Geotechnical Engineering emphasis. Geotechnical Engineer 6. Perform and/or oversee geotechnical engineering analyses and evaluations for other project types consistent with successful applicant's expertise. Full-time
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