Field Engineer

Wyoming, Jackson Jackson USA

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Field Engineer

Job Summary

Coordinates the administrative and document control requirements of a construction project. In the performance of these functions, the Engineer is responsible for the protection and promotion of the interests of Shaw Construction in all matters.

Duties and Responsibilities

Assist the Project Manager (PM) and Superintendent in the administrative and document control tasks as required. Specific duties include:

Setup job document controls to manage project information, including:

Jobsite files

Record Drawings

Submittal Schedule

Submittal Log


Electronic document systems

LEED or other green program documentation

Preparing a submittal schedule for PM and Superintendent approval

Receiving, reviewing, distributing and logging submittals (some review and approval by Superintendent)

Preparing weekly submittal status report for OAC meeting

Assisting the Superintendent with the RFI process

Receiving, distributing and recording any clarification documents (RFI’s, ASI’s, new drawings)

Preparing a weekly RFI status report for OAC meeting

Assisting the PM requesting, collecting and reviewing subcontractor pricing on changes

Prepare subcontractor modifications for PM approval and signature

Administrate and document the LEED or other green program

Assisting the PM with assembling Owner change orders

Assisting the PM with collecting and reviewing subcontractor / vendor billings and invoices

Assisting the PM with review of monthly job costs and facilitating correction of cost coding errors

Develop a list of turnover requirements

Facilitate building turnover, including punchlist tracking

Develop a list of required closeout documents

Collect and log closeout documents

Develop a list of required closeout items for each subcontract

Facilitate subcontract closeout

Assist the Superintendent with QA/QC documentation

Assist the Superintendent with weekend/vacation field coverage

Participate in Company Training

Assist with pre-construction, including estimating and quantification.


Four-year college degree in engineering, architecture or construction management

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