Sr. Civil EngineerDK EngineerConcord, CADKEngineer, Corp (DKE) is a boutique civil engineering consulting firm that provides design and construction administration services for construction projects throughout Southern California.Sr. Civil EngineerDK EngineerWalnut Creek, CADKE specializes in urban infill and land development projects offering a wide range of civil engineering design services for multi-family residential, commercial, hospitality, and mixed-use sectors.
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Sr. Civil EngineerDK EngineerPleasanton, CAScope of work ranges from overseeing preparation of site layout, grading, drainage, storm water quality, sustainable design, utility improvements, and off-site street & infrastructure improvements plans, conducting environmental impact studies, entitlement, and ADA code compliant site assessments.Sr. Civil EngineerDK EngineerVallejo, CAAbility to work independently and in a team environmentProven time management skills and ability to manage multiple active projects concurrentlyWorking knowledge of codes, regulations, and standards applicable to the design and construction of major site development projects in CaliforniaWorking knowledge of typical computer software programs used for civil engineering design (AutoCAD, Civil3D, Hydrology and Hydraulic, WaterCAD, Flowmaster, etc., Bluebeam), Civil3D experience is a plus.Sr. Civil EngineerDK EngineerLivermore, CA4-8 years relevant experience in site planning, storm water quality and quantity control, hydrology, grading, utility, roadways, parking facilities, and all other aspects of site development for a wide variety of project types.Sr. Civil EngineerDK EngineerAntioch, CAWorking knowledge of typical computer software programs used for civil engineering design (AutoCAD, Civil3D, Hydrology and Hydraulic, WaterCAD, Flowmaster, etc., Bluebeam), Civil3D experience is a plus.
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