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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Heavy Highway Construction Managers/ Estimators/ Engineers

Mid-Atlantic work is for several bid packages & upcoming project management for projects related to: $600M So Capitol St Bridge; $2BB Metro Purple Line; $100M Design-Build Greenfield Hampton Roads; $100M WWSSC Utilities and ongoing $40M, $85M and $100M MD & VA DOT highway projects.

Must have experience working on DOT highway projects.

FL work is for several bid packages & upcoming project management to include: The I-4 Ultimate P3 project, a $2.1 Billion reconstruction project that is 21 miles long and has 140 bridges. I-75 Design Builds: The initial projects are $75M and $50M and involve widening I-75 and the associated bridges.

The remaining 4 projects will be advertised over the next 5 months. All ABoard Florida: A high speed rail project from Orlando to Miami; the Design Build sections have a total value of $500-$600M. These projects involve major earthwork, bridges, drainage and rail.

The Crosstown Parkway: This $140M Design Build project involves building a new bridge approximately 4,000 feet long over wetlands and navigable waterway.

The Field Engineer positions involve supervising correctness & work quality of $10M - $50M of: Roadwork: earthwork, storm drainage, roadbed, paving, barriers, curbs, signs and electrical scopes Structures – bridges/flyovers, water transverse bridges, pilings, abutments, columns, deck and walls.

Responsible for submittals, quantity tracking of materials, waste & yields; planning of the work in detail to provide direction and provide guidance to the Assist Superintendents and Foremen for performance of the work; take a leading role in the planning and resource control to achieve effective progress that meets the schedule.

Candidates must be BSCE professionals with large and complex DOT roadway & bridge projects experience involving federal & state specifications and construction procedures related to mainline roadway, interchange and bridge/structures construction.

Heavy Highway Construction Managers

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Rajib Dey

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