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Senior Field Representative - Construction
DASNY Dormitory Authority of the State of New YorkNew York, NY
Preferred Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, or a construction industry related field plus ten years experience as a DASNY Field Representative or Bachelor's degree in construction industry related field plus fifteen years experience with public or private projects including construction inspection or supervision of major public construction projects.

architecture jobs Title: field representative Company: dasny dormitory authority of the state of new york

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