Key Identifiers for the Position 

·       Must have 5 to 10 years of field engineering experience with three to five years directly supporting an active airfield construction project(s), preferably airside-related electrical, communications and/or other utility construction.

·       BS in engineering related (Construction Management, Civil Engineering, etc.) or Certified Construction Manager (CCM) by CMAA is preferable.

·       Have thorough knowledge of FAA Standards and requirements; technical expertise in construction and construction management of airfield projects especially pertaining to coordination and construction of electrical and communications networks and other utility systems is preferable.

·       Demonstrated experience providing field support during demolition, modification/relocation, protection or installation of electrical power, communications, potable water, firewater lines, storm water and sanitary systems, high pressure gas and fuel pipelines and all other utilities which may be encountered or required in the project.

Position Description Summary

The Field Engineer provides a broad spectrum of technical, field and administrative duties associated with construction management, with a specific focus on, but not limited to, coordination and construction of electrical and communications networks and other utility systems.  The Field Engineer supports the Project Manager (PM) and Construction Manager (CM) and works with Project Controls to ensure timely and accurate reporting as directed by LAWA.

Essential Job Duties

·       Fully understand all contract requirements, especially pertaining to coordination and completion of all utilities work.

·       Investigate field conditions and review and support the PM/CM in processing of all requests for information (RFIs), submittals, shop drawings, change directives (CDs), contractor change requests (CCRs), Notices of Non-Compliance (NNCs), Job Memos, Safety Notices and all incoming and outgoing construction correspondence, etc., especially pertaining to utility coordination and work.

·       Review and process all contractor’s required project plans and submittals such as, but not limited to, safety plan, quality control plan, noise control plan, utility and area shutdown plans, etc., especially pertaining to airfield lighting and signage, LADWP power systems, sanitary and storm sewers, fiber optic and copper comms cabling and other utilities to ensure compliance with project specifications.

·       Review Contractor's plans to identify and protect existing utilities that will remain in service during and after project execution.

·       Support the PM/CM in preparing for, conducting and recording all construction-related meetings including weekly progress, pre-activity, pre-construction and other meetings as required, with a specific focus on coordination and completion of utility construction activities.

·       Review project baseline and weekly progress schedules for constructability and compliance with all project requirements, especially pertaining to coordination and completion of utility construction.

·       Review all utility-related RFIs, letters and/or problem areas, conduct field inspections and investigations, meet with the Contractor and LAWA Inspector daily and provide recommendations to maintain schedule and meet quality control requirements of the Contract Documents.

·       Coordinate field activities with LAWA staff, FAA, Airfield Operations, Airport Police, other projects and stakeholders and all affected utilities, such as LADWP, AT&T, LAWA ITMG, fuel line companies, SoCal Gas, etc., as required by the Project.

·       Coordinate and assist with systems integration requirements of FAA, AT&T, LAWA ITMG and others’ communication systems in accordance with the Contract Documents.

·       Review and inspect work performed by the Contractor and its subcontractors during demolition, relocation, protection and installation of utilities to ensure compliance with Contract Documents, approved shop drawings and other relevant submittals.

·       Take project photos as required to document problem areas, or other pertinent locations where disputed items may occur.

·       Monitor deficiencies and non-conformances, require that issues are addressed within Contract terms and ensure that NNCs are closed within the time limits specified in Contract Documents.

·       Coordinate with the Contractor and LAWA Inspector to review and process the Contractors’ monthly pay request, obtain quantities from the Contractor, verify quantities with Inspection and maintain cost records and supporting documentation for each pay request.

·       Distribute documents and drawings; maintain document and drawing logs, especially as changes are issued.

·       Coordinate the change process, provide draft CD documents and maintain project files.

·       Coordinate close out process including as-built drawings, punch list, technical manuals, warranties and other close out deliverables and documentation.

Hardware/Software Knowledge

·       Microsoft Office required

·       Prolog and Primavera experience is highly desirable

Professional Experience Level/Other Qualifications

·       Must have 5 to 10 years of field engineering experience with three to five years directly supporting an active airfield construction project(s), preferably airside-related electrical, communications and/or other utility construction.

·       Have thorough knowledge of FAA Standards and requirements; technical expertise in construction and construction management of airfield projects especially pertaining to coordination and construction of electrical and communications networks and other utility systems is preferable.

·       Demonstrated ability to understand technical and complicated construction program and the ability to communicate progress to both technical- and management-level personnel.

·         Ability work with others, a self-starter with results-driven focus.

·         Proven accuracy, reliability and completeness in job accomplishment.

·         Demonstrated success on the job, as evidenced by satisfactory performance, acceptance of responsibility and growth in previous position.

·         Effective oral and written communication skills, with an ability to communicate complex issues to non-technical audience.

·         Demonstrated experience providing field support during demolition, modification/relocation, protection or installation of electrical power, communications, potable water, firewater lines, storm water and sanitary systems, high pressure gas and fuel pipelines and all other utilities which may be encountered or required in the project.

Education/Training

·       BS in engineering related (Construction Management, Civil Engineering, etc.) or Certified Construction Manager (CCM) by CMAA is preferable.

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes

·       May assume other duties as required/needed

·       Maybe required to work past regular work shift

·       Maybe required to work various shifts as needed

Registration/Certification

•   State of California Professional Engineer's license is preferable

ASLPM is an innovative and driven company that utilizes collaboration as the cornerstone for success.  We believe in an integrated team approach for the management of expectations, people, risk and deliverables by providing the right resources to our clients, resulting in successful project implementation.  We offer a competitive benefits package for employees and their family.  Visit us at www.aslpm.com or on LinkedIn

 

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