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Project Engineer

Colorado Springs, CO

Job ID: 479 - Construction - Posted 3 weeks ago


Our client is looking for a dynamic Project Engineer. This is a great opportunity to start a career with a company that is on a mission to be the most sought-after company in the business. We seek and employee exceptional, hard-working, lifetime learners; we give them the tools to succeed when we find them. We have a culture of growth and achievement powered by innovation, supported by purpose and joy.

Our client is a general contractor/construction manager founded on the traditions of work hard, work smart, build well and each day have fun.  They enjoy strong client relationships and strives to foster team excellence on each project with our clients and design partners.  Their project portfolio includes multi-family residential, mountain resort facilities, hospitality, and commercial work.  Primary markets are metro-Denver and Colorado ski areas.  

Primary Responsibilities: Assists project manager in all aspects of the construction management process including, but not limited to:

Project Procurement

  • Quantity surveys
  • Aid in pricing alternates
  • Prepare and develop scopes of work, bid packages, comparison sheets, contracts, etc., necessary for subcontractors
  • Assist in the preparation, negotiation, development and management of contract administration functions
  • Assist in development of project budgets and schedules
  • Negotiate subcontract and material purchases

Project planning 

  • Assisting with preparation and maintenance of the project schedule and cost system
  • Schedule updates
  • Material handling and storage
  • Plan job logistics
  • Mobilize trailers
  • Arrange for utilities, water, sewer, power, telephones
  • Obtain building permits, licenses, etc.

Project operations

  • Plan specification review
  • Assists team with shop drawings, samples, product data (i.e., plans and specs)
  • Set up logs consisting of subcontractors and suppliers to assist team in acquiring the following
  • Insurance certificates
  • Contracts
  • Applications for payment
  • Material delivery
  • Develop and ensure compliance with quality control plan
  • Participate in project coordination meetings, prepare meeting minutes
  • Tracking progress
  • Change management – responsible for setting up, issuing documentation, pricing and change administration
  • Subcontract administration – defining scope of work, answering inquiries, monitoring progress, tracking and processing back charges
  • of temporary facilities and inspections
  • Procure and expedite material
  • Equipment delivery
  • Inventory control – Monitoring and tracking of equipment and resources
  • Coordinate subcontractors
  • Coordinating and reviewing of drawings, submissions, specifications, changes and document control
  • Make sure that field questions are resolved with designers and consultants
  • Assist in field operations as deemed necessary by project manager and superintendent
  • Assist superintendent in safety and quality control of project
  • Designing

Project closeout

  • Complete punch list
  • Remove equipment, trailers, etc.
  • Occupancy permits
  • Submit required guarantees and warrantees
  • Submit as-built drawings
  • Finalize subcontracts

Maintain excellent relations with owners, architects, consultants, subcontractors and public

Liaison with building authorities and regulatory agencies

Applicants must currently reside in the Denver metropolitan area.  Candidates not currently residing in the Denver metropolitan area will not be considered.

The Project Engineer assists with the management and coordination of the technical and administrative requirements of a project, to safely meet the time, cost, and quality objectives.

Required Skills: 

  • Strong communication and leadership skills
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Timely presentation of problem issues; offered with optimal solutions and the drive to secure timely answers


  • Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field.
  • 3-5 years construction-related experience in similar capacity

 Benefits Include:

  • 100% Company Paid Health, Dental and Vision Insurance for Employee
  • Life insurance, Long-Term and Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Health Saving Account
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Time Off (includes sick time)
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Company Cell Phone or Reimbursement for Company Use of Personal Cell Phone (if applicable)

Employment Type: Full time

Location: Colorado Springs, CO


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