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Job Locations US-IN-Burns Harbor | US-IL-Chicago | US-MI-Detroit
DLZ is looking for dependable individuals to fill various Field Surveying opportunities! Depending on when you apply DLZ's Industrial Group has positions available in Burns Harbor, IN, Chicago, IL , Joilet, IN, and Detroit, MI.   Job Requirements: - Associates Degree or higher in surveying or engineering; or High School graduate with a minimum of one (1) year to five (5) years relevant experience - Experience with Total Stations, Robotic Total Stations, GPS, and Data Collectors - Valid driver’s license is mandatory including an insurable driving record - Ability to work overtime - Dependability! - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values Experience in the following is preferred, but not required: - Work experience in heavy industrial and refinery operations - Ability to climb and comfort with heights - Ability to travel - Work experience in construction layout/staking - Work experience in boundary/topographic surveying - Industrial alignment and surveying background experience - Work experience in heavy industrial and refinery operations  Experience in any of the following is a plus: - Experience with Optical Tooling (T1, T2, precise level, jig transit) - Experience with Laser Trackers - Experience with Laser Scanners - Experience with Hydrographic Surveying - Experience with Drones (UAS’s) Compensation is commensurate with experience, premium pay as appropriate.  Excellent health insurance, retirement plans, and paid vacation offered.
Job ID
2021-1757
Category
Survey
Job Locations US-IN-Burns Harbor
DLZ Corporation has a Professional Surveying Project Manager opportunity in Burns Harbor, IN.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Manage multiple basic or moderately complex projects simultaneously with possible leadership responsibility for support staff. - Responsible for assisting on all aspects of Professional Surveying projects. - Direct the planning and development of project scope, procedure and budget. - Review proposed contracts to determine significant parameters, time schedules and delivery commitments. - Monitor projects to assure quality work, schedules and budgets are met, billings & receipts are accurate, health and safety regulations are followed and track change order needs. - Coordinate communication with client throughout project, ensure contractual commitments are met, and coordinate final deliverables of project. - Performs surveying assignments of a varied nature as required by the client which require a solid grasp of surveying or data acquisition and the ability to exercise professional judgment. - Performs surveying assignments with little guidance and supervision. - Maintain project files. - Coordinate with field crew. - Perform field work as assigned. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in relevant Surveying or Engineering field required - 5 or more years’ relevant experience - Professional Surveyor (PS) registration in Indiana is required - Michigan (PS) registration is preferred - Illinois (PS) registration is beneficial - 3+ years’ experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D is required - Knowledge of modern GPS (Trimble), Robotic Total Station (Trimble), and 3D Laser scanning (Leica) equipment is preferred - OSHA 10 hour and/or OSHA 30-hour certification, as well as HAZWOP certification highly preferred - Must have a satisfactory driving record, criminal background investigation and drug test - Transportation Worker’s Identification Card (TWIC) highly preferred - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements
Job ID
2021-1761
Category
Survey
Job Locations US-IN-Fort Wayne
DLZ Corporation currently has an opening for a Transportation Engineer– Project Manager / Department Manager  in our Fort Wayne, INoffice.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Manage small to medium multi-discipline Transportation engineering projects from planning and procurement through start-up and construction. - Assist in preliminary business development efforts. - Review proposed contracts to determine significant parameters, time schedules and mileposts and define the major task areas. - Resolve problems and coordinate the final turnover of the project to the client, as the principal contact with the client throughout the entire project. - Direct the planning and development of the project scope, procedures, and budget. - Coordinate all client contact, including correspondence between the company and the client and maintain working relationships at all levels throughout the period of the project. - Ensure contractual commitments are met and the work is being performed according to the client's instructions. - Maintain effective relationships with members of all divisions and departments responsible for performing services in connection with the project. - Review and approve all major change orders and periodically review change order controls to determine their adequacy and whether change orders are current and adequate. - Control and/or review all project forecasts, schedules, cost estimates and reports.  Responsible for quality control over the complete project. - Monitor fees and budgets; report problems to the appropriate Department and Division Managers. - Conduct periodic client meetings to review progress and discuss construction and engineering changes to project.   Conduct kick-off and in-house progress meetings. - Review and address health & safety concerns on projects assigned.   - Be actively involved in civic and professional activities, societies and organizations.         - Perform other duties as assigned.  JOB QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering. - 10 -15 years experience with publicly funded Transportation projects. - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration. - Experience with INDOT Procedures and Design manual (10 years min) - Knowledge of with Pedestrian Trails / Multi-use Trail projects preferred. - Experience with project budgeting and scheduling, conducting feasibility studies, preparing reports, and proposals.  - Experience performing construction monitoring, shop drawing reviews,  and construction estimates. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites, complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements. - Must possess a level of proficiency with software programs (analytical, modeling, CAD, GIS, project management, etc.) inherent to successful completion of the work assigned.
Job ID
2020-1736
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ Corporation is looking for motivated hard-working Entry Level Civil Engineers to join our team in Indianapolis, Indiana!   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform engineering, construction, and design assignments, requiring a solid grasp of at least one engineering discipline and the exercise of professional judgment. - Typically given projects of minor complexity; may have leadership responsibility for less experienced staff. - Perform work under close supervision, and provide support to more experienced personnel. - Perform field testing of soils, concrete, observation testing of water, sewer mains, and manholes. - Provide clear and concise documentation of all construction project activities and quantities. - Perform analyses and design required for minor structures, systems and equipment items. - Prepare sketches and diagrams for use by technicians. Review and check detailed drawings and layouts. - Assist in the preparation of reports, economic and technical feasibility studies, and studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, materials or engineering methods. - Assist in the preparation of contract / proposals specifications and construction cost estimates. - Review Contractor's shop drawing submittal. - Perform construction monitoring and coordinate field activities. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering - 1 – 4 years’ relevant experience in Civil Engineering, construction, and/or construction inspection - Engineer in Training (EIT) certification, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year preferred - Experience with soils and concrete field testing a plus. - AutoCAD and MicroStation experience preferred. - Proficiency with Microsoft Office including; Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements
Job ID
2020-1672
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ currently has an opportunity for a Transportation Project Manager in Indianapolis, IN.   Job Responsibilities: - Manage multi-discipline Transportation engineering projects from planning and procurement through start-up and construction. - Perform and direct others in the design of complex Transportation Civil Engineering problems. - Assist in preliminary Transportation business development efforts. - Review proposed contracts to determine significant parameters, time schedules and mileposts and define the major task areas. - Resolve problems and coordinate the final turnover of the project to the client, as the primary contact with the client throughout the entire project. - Direct the planning and development of the project scope, procedures, and budget. - Ensure contractual commitments are met and the work is being performed according to the client's instructions. - Maintain effective relationships with members of all divisions and departments responsible for performing services in connection with the project. - Control and/or review all project forecasts, schedules, cost estimates and reports.  Responsible for quality control over the complete project; maintain project files. - Monitor fees and budgets; report problems to the appropriate Department and Division Managers. - Conduct client meetings to review progress and discuss construction and engineering changes to project.   - Review and address health & safety concerns on projects assigned.  - Work with the accounting department to keep billings and receipts current and accurate. - Be actively involved in civic and professional activities, societies and organizations.        - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering - 10 - 15 years' experience in Roadway / Transportation design - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration required, must be registered in the state of Indiana or be able to obtain registration within 6 months of start date. - Must be proficient with Microstation and InRoads and/or AutoCAD and Civil 3D. - Experience with INDOT projects and LPA Federal Aid projects required. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1691
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IN-South Bend | US-MI-Lansing
DLZ currently has a rewarding Mechanical Engineer - HVAC and Plumbing opportunities in Indianapolis, IN, South Bend, IN., Lansing, MI, and/or Detroit, MI.    Responsibilities & Duties: - Design heating-ventilation-cooling systems and plumbing systems. - Load calculations, life cycle costing and energy modeling. - Coordinate with other disciplines and work in a team environment. - Review installation of designed equipment/systems for compliance with construction documents. - Perform duties with multiple projects within the established schedules. - Work on a wide variety of project types, scales and complexity. - Work on concurrent projects. - Prepare construction cost estimates, both in a broad and detailed scope - Assist in the development of contract specifications and research the application of new procedures and/or products. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements:  - Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Degree - 10 or more years’ experience in design, layout, and analysis for HVAC and plumbing systems - Professional Engineer (PE) License - Strong Revit and AutoCAD skills required - LEED AP and/or Commissioning credentials preferred - Knowledge of Indianapolis Mechanical and Plumbing Codes. Experience with neighboring states' codes a plus. - Experience working on publicly funded and municipal projects is a plus. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1716
Category
Mechanical Engineering
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IN-South Bend | US-MI-Lansing
DLZ Corporation currently has Senior Electrical Engineer - Building Systemsopportunities Indianapolis, IN, South Bend, IN, Lansing, MI, and/or  Detroit, MI!    The Electrical Engineer will design power distribution, lighting, fire alarm, control and IT/data systems. The Senior Electrical Engineer will also assist with other project related aspects, including: design, construction, start-up, project forecasts, and cost estimates. This position also includes the review of installation of electrical systems for compliance with construction documents. Responsibilities & Duties: - Design electrical systems. - Load calculations, life cycle costing and energy modeling. - Coordinate with other disciplines and work in a team environment. - Review installation of designed equipment/systems for compliance with construction documents. - Perform duties with multiple projects within the established schedules. - Work on a wide variety of project types, scales and complexity. - Work on concurrent projects. - Prepare construction cost estimates, both in a broad and detailed scope - Assist in developing feasibility studies - Assist in the development of contract specifications and research the application of new procedures and/or products. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: - Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Degree - 10 or more years relevant work experience - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration is required - Strong Revit skills required - Specification writing skills preferred - Experience in design, layout and analysis for power distribution, lighting, fire alarm, and low-voltage systems. - Management of electrical engineering group preferred - Knowledge of LEED principles. - Knowledge of Electrical Codes.  - Institutional design experience - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1717
Category
Electrical Engineering
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ currently has Construction Inspector / Observer Manager openings in Indianapolis, IN.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Liaison between project and field staff on all aspects of projects, keeping the client and project manager fully informed as to progress, concerns, or changes. - Manage and/or Perform all phases of field assignment.  Interpret specifications, working drawings and convey intent to the contractor. - Responsible for all aspects of field inspection, testing, testing coordination, sampling, equipment, and equipment maintenance on assigned project. - Assure the coordination, collection, and recording of field data is completed in a legible and organized fashion as required by the plans, specifications, and/or project staff.  - Generate and compile field reports. - Maintain vehicles and equipment as required. - Work with project staff on design changes. - Communicate with all entities keeping everyone fully informed. - Record daily installed construction quantities to review payment requests in terms of progress and amount completed to date. - Understand the public health and safety requirements and be fully trained in the proper safety procedures. - Perform other duties as assigned.  Job Qualifications: - Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering or other relevant field, plus 5 or more years’ relevant experience, or - Associates Degree (in applicable field), plus 10 years related experience, or - High School Graduate or equivalent, with a minimum of 15 years related experience. - Certifications such as density, compaction, asphalt, concrete, aggregate or others. - INDOT Construction Documentation of Contract Quantities experience. - Experience with INDOT inspection preferred. - Prefer experience with water line/sewer construction. - Ability to work outside in all weather conditions required. - Must have a satisfactory driving record, criminal background investigation and drug test. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1733
Category
Construction
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ Corporation has a Professional Surveyor opportunity in Indianapolis, IN.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform survey assignments of a complex nature requiring application of specialized technical expertise performed independent of other personnel, exercise professional judgment in autonomous decisions. - Periodically assigned a lead role in segments of design projects where survey work is to be done; directing assigned personnel, meeting cost and time schedules and producing quality results are primary objectives. - Make exact measurements and determine property boundaries. Provide data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, elevation, or dimension of land or land features on or near the earth's surface for engineering, construction, and other purposes - Survey and investigate land surfaces to project precise measurement and location of lines, angles, points, areas, and elevations. - Prepare and maintain sketches, maps, reports, and legal descriptions of surveys to describe, certify, and assume liability for work performed - Perform survey duties, including the following: - deed, survey, mapping, etc. research through local, county and state offices. - computations to perform and complete survey - coordination with Survey/Project Manager to pool necessary survey personnel to assist with survey - Preparation of legal description, plat, topographic map, etc., to complete project - Assist office, survey and right-of-way acquisition personnel with project description and location, determining legal boundaries, interpretation of deeds, etc. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Surveying / Mapping, Engineering Technology, Construction Technology, or another related field - 4 or more years relevant experience - Registered Professional Surveyor (PS) in the state of Indiana required - Experience with AutoCAD, Bentley Micro Station or similar coordinate geometry software - Ability to perform records research to support boundary and route surveys - Ability to calculate boundary line locations and prepare plans/legal descriptions - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements, including a valid driver’s license.
Job ID
2021-1742
Category
Survey
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ Corporation currently has rewarding Staff Accountant opportunity in Indianapolis, IN.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Review and reconcile general ledger accounts. - Bank reconciliation and review. - Timesheet processing and administration. - Accounts receivable and accounts payable processing. - Project maintenance and accounting. - Work with project managers to prepare and process contract billings. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: - Bachelor’s degree in Accounting - 1 or more years relevant Accounting experience - Project accounting and client invoicing experience desired - Construction industry / project costing background a plus - Strong knowledge of MS Excel and Word. - Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. - Must be flexible, have a positive attitude, and work well in a team environment. Must provide salary desired salary to be considered for position!
Job ID
2021-1745
Category
Accounting/Finance
Job Locations US-IN-South Bend | US-IN-Fort Wayne | US-IN-Munster
DLZ Corporation is looking for motivated hard-working Entry Level Civil Engineers to join our team in South Bend & Fort Wayne, Munster!   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform engineering, construction, and design assignments, requiring a solid grasp of at least one engineering discipline and the exercise of professional judgment. - Typically given projects of minor complexity; may have leadership responsibility for less experienced staff. - Perform work under close supervision, and provide support to more experienced personnel. - Perform field testing of soils, concrete, observation testing of water, sewer mains, and manholes. - Provide clear and concise documentation of all construction project activities and quantities. - Perform analyses and design required for minor structures, systems and equipment items. - Prepare sketches and diagrams for use by technicians. Review and check detailed drawings and layouts. - Assist in the preparation of reports, economic and technical feasibility studies, and studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, materials or engineering methods. - Assist in the preparation of contract / proposals specifications and construction cost estimates. - Review Contractor's shop drawing submittal. - Perform construction monitoring and coordinate field activities. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering - 1 – 4 years’ relevant experience in Civil Engineering, construction, and/or construction inspection - Engineer in Training (EIT) certification, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year preferred - Experience with soils and concrete field testing a plus. - AutoCAD and MicroStation experience preferred. - Proficiency with Microsoft Office including; Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements
Job ID
2020-1671
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-IN-South Bend | US-IN-Munster | US-IN-Fort Wayne
DLZ Corporation has an exciting Water/ Wastewater / Stormwater - Civil Engineer opportunity in South Bend, Fort Wayne, and Munster, Indiana.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform water, wastewater and stormwater engineering, construction, and design assignments of a complex nature, requiring application of specialized technical expertise performed independent of other personnel; exercise professional judgment in autonomous decisions. - Periodically assigned a lead role in segments of water, wastewater, and stormwater design projects where engineering work is to be done; directing assigned personnel, meeting cost and time schedules and producing quality results are primary objectives. - Perform work with little guidance and operate in areas where prece¬dents are not clearly established. - Perform and direct others in the design of water, wastewater, and stormwater structures, systems and equipment items requiring complicated design concepts and the solution of complex engineering problems. - Direct engineers and technical support staff in the preparation of plans and specifications for major and complex structures, systems and equipment. - Prepare reports and conduct studies of new engineering methods, codes, processes and materials. Conduct complex feasibility and operating studies and studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, etc. - Prepare construction cost estimates. - Coordinate field activities and construction monitoring. - Perform construction phase activities including bid evaluations and review of Contractor's shop drawing submittals. - Prepare proposals; establish the scope of work, man-hour requirements and schedules. - Participate in technical development of personnel assigned to him/her. - Directing the planning and development of the project scope, procedure, budget and overall project scope. - Perform marketing and client development. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering - 5 – 12 years’ experience working with design of water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure projects. - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration in the state of Indiana or the ability to acquire. - Hydrology and hydraulic modeling skills a plus. - Chicago and/or Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago experience a plus. - Skills with AutoDesk Civil 3D to design Public Works Projects, with the ability to instruct less experienced staff. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1684
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-IN-South Bend
DLZ Corporation currently has an exciting Architect / Architect Project Manager opening in South Bend, IN.    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Perform architectural and design assignments of a complex nature, applying innovative architectural design concepts and advanced professional knowledge. - Establish design direction, develop technical drawings and specifications, and direct overall project schedule and budget. - Manage a wide variety of project type, scale and complexities. - Conduct studies of new architectural methods, codes, processes, and materials.  Conduct complex feasibility and operating studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems and methods. - Coordinate client contact and maintain working relationship at all levels throughout the project. - Responsible for quality control over assigned projects. - Assist in business development and proposal preparation. - Prepare proposals, contracts, standard AIA contracts, correspondence, and project documentation. - Travel to job-sites, primarily in the Midwest with occasional overnight stays. - Meet cost and time schedules while producing quality results. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS - Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Architecture - Must be registered Architect in the state, or have the ability to obtain license within one year - 5 - 15 years relevant work experience - Judicial, Municipal, Educational, Transit, Aviation, and/or Federal Project experience is preferred - Proficient in REVIT and strong AutoCAD skills required - Strong written and oral presentation skills - Experience in a variety of project types, scale, and complexity; following project from conception through completion. - Experience working on concurrent projects, collaborating with multiple design disciplines, and technical production project experience. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2021-1743
Category
Architecture
Job Locations US-IN-South Bend | US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IN-Fort Wayne | US-MI-Lansing | US-MI-Waterford Township | US-MI-Detroit | US-PA-Bridgeville | US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Cleveland
DLZ Corporation is looking for bright and motivated Interns to join the team!   We are looking for Interns to work with our experienced Engineers, Architects, Surveyors, Project Managers and Construction Services Team.  Our interns will be exposed to variety of challenges in their specific discipline.  They will also gain experience in various software, such as AutoCAD, Revit, and Civil 3D. Interns will assist our staff in a variety of tasks pertaining to their field.    Candidates must be currently enrolled in Civil Engineering, Architecture, or another relevant curriculum. Strong analytical, conceptual, communication, and organizational skills are needed. Interns must have the ability to effectively interface with all levels of DLZ personnel, and have the ability to thrive in a team environment. Strong problem-solving skills, the ability to self-motivate, and work productively without supervision are a must. Interns need to have a working knowledge of AutoCAD, Word, and Excel.   DLZ Corporation is an award-winning architecture and engineering firm serving public and private entities across the nation. As a multidisciplinary firm, DLZ provides engineering and architectural design services, construction management, surveying, right-of-way acquisition and materials testing. In 2016, DLZ was named Design Firm of the Year by Engineering News-Record (ENR) Midwest. In addition, DLZ is consistently ranked as one of ENR's Top 150 U.S. Design Firms. Our growth is a testament to the quality of our work and the satisfaction of our clients.   Our mission is to build on our reputation for excellence by becoming the preferred architectural, engineering, and environmental firm. We focus on meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations and are known for our competence, integrity, and contributions to the people and communities we service and in which we live.
Job ID
2021-1744
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit
DLZ has a Construction Observer / Manager opportunity in the Detroit / South East Michigan area. Projects may include water and/or wastewater treatment facilities, combined sewer overflow facilities, sanitary sewer stations, booster pump stations, transmission and/or distribution mains.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform all phases of field assignment. Interpret specifications, working drawings and convey intent to the contractor. - Responsible for all aspects of field inspection, testing, testing coordination, sampling, equipment, and equipment maintenance on assigned project. - Obtain accurate record field data, logs in organized fashion utilizing tablets for data storage; as required by the specifications, or project staff. Generate and compile field reports. - Tracks quality assurance progress. Monitoring conformance to quality, performance, specifications, and/or code requirements. - Perform calculations as required. - Maintain vehicle and equipment as required. - Communicate with all entities keeping everyone fully informed. - Understand the public health and safety requirements and be fully trained in the proper safety procedures. - Perform other duties as assigned.  Job Qualifications: - Associates or bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or another relevant field preferred - 3 or more years of experience with focus on water and wastewater treatment plants along with associated facilities. - Strong computer skills required for document creation and record-keeping. - Must have a satisfactory driving record, and the ability to pass a background investigation and drug testing. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2021-1747
Category
Construction
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit
DLZ Corporation has a Civil Engineer - Water, Wastewater and Storm-water opportunity in the Detroit / South East Michigan area.  Projects may include water and/or wastewater treatment facilities, combined sewer overflow facilities, sanitary sewer stations, booster pump stations, transmission and/or distribution mains.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform water, wastewater and storm-water engineering and construction assignments of a complex nature with emphasis at water and wastewater treatment plants and associated facilities. - Direct engineers and technical support staff in the review and preparation of plans and specifications for water, wastewater, and storm-water projects. - Directing the planning and development of Water, Wastewater and Stormwater projects from planning and procurement through start-up and construction. - Prepare construction cost estimates, perform construction monitoring, and coordinate field activities. - Review proposed contracts to determine significant parameters, time schedules and mileposts and define the major task areas. - Direct the planning and development of project scope, procedures, and budget. - Ensure contractual commitments are met and the work is being performed per the client's instructions. - Maintain effective relationships with members of all divisions and departments responsible for performing services related to the project. - Control and/or review project forecasts, schedules, cost estimates and reports. Responsible for project quality control. - Monitor fees and budgets, report problems to the appropriate Program Managers and task leaders. - Be actively involved in civic and professional activities, societies and organizations. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or related engineering field - 6 or more years’ experience with Municipal Water and/or Wastewater project - Experience in the evaluation, planning, design and construction of one or more of the following projects: Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants, Pump Stations, Water, Sewer, Stormwater and/or Lift Stations. - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration in the state of Michigan required, or ability to obtain within 6 months. - Proficiency with Project Management software preferred - Strong interpersonal and technical writing skills. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites, complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2021-1748
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing
DLZ Corporation has an opportunity for a Transportation Engineer with experience, interest, and expertise in use of developing detailed 3D models using Bentley platforms. Preferred location for this position is Lansing, Michigan, however another DLZ office would be acceptable. Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform transportation engineering assignments including; road design, roundabout design, drainage design, maintenance of traffic design, traffic signal design, and signing design. - Prepare construction cost estimates. - Participate in technical development/mentoring of junior staff. - Participate in client and public meetings. - Perform construction phase activities including bid evaluations and review of Contractor's shop drawing submittals. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering. - 8 - 15 years’ transportation experience. - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration in the state of Michigan, or ability to obtain with 12 months. - Requires experience performing road design for DOT and/or local clients. - MicroStation experience is required. - 5 years + of experience developing detailed 3D models using Bentley platforms. - Experience with and trained to use Bentley Open Roads Designer (ORD). - Experience with Bentley Open Roads geometry tools for alignments, profiles, and super-elevation. - Experience with complex template development for a variety of roadway project types, corridor development for a variety of roadway project types, complex ditch modeling, intersection and driveway modeling including roundabouts, earthwork quantity calculation from a model would be required. - Experience with 3D deliverables for contractor’s use. - Desire to become a company modeling expert. - Strong interpersonal and written communications skills. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1705
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing | US-MI-Waterford Township
DLZ Corporation is looking for motivated hard-working Entry Level Civil Engineers to join our team in Lansing or Waterford, MI!   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Perform engineering, construction, and design assignments of a limited nature, requiring a solid grasp of at least one engineering discipline and the exercise of professional judgment. - Typically given projects of minor complexity; may have leadership responsibility for less experienced staff. - Perform work under close supervision and provide support to more experienced personnel. - Provide clear and concise documentation of all construction project activities and quantities. - Perform analyses and design required for minor structures, systems and equipment items. - Prepare sketches and diagrams for use by technicians. Review and check detailed drawings and layouts. - Assist in the preparation of reports, economic and technical feasibility studies, and studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, materials or engineering methods. - Assist in the preparation of contract / proposals specifications and construction cost estimates. - Review contractor's shop drawing submittals. - Perform construction monitoring and coordinate field activities. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering - 1 – 2 relevant internships - Engineer in Training (EIT) certification, pursuing Professional Engineer (PE) License preferred - Strong interpersonal and written communication skills required - Proficiency with Microsoft Office including; Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1726
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-MI-Melvindale
DLZ Corporation has an opportunity for an Administrative Professional that is a self-starter with a “can-do” attitude in Melvindale, MI.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Provides office and clerical support including preparation of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, and presentations. - Assist DLZ in handling all administrative matters, including back up to other DLZ Michigan administrative/clerical personnel. - Coordinate staff itinerary, organize meetings, greet visitors, answer phones, monitor and order office supplies. - Collect, sort, distribute, or prepare mail, messages, or courier deliveries. Answer and distribute phone calls. - Maintain files in accordance with project procedures. Receive and file all incoming and outgoing documentation, enter documents into project sites. Collect daily reports and maintain the Daily Report Logs. - Review and submit Invoices. - Manage field staff certifications and registration for classes/recertifications, manage project timesheets, coordinate new employee onboarding. - Prepares Proposals, Pricing, & Change orders - Works with vendors to support the office. Including; building access, dumpster service, office machines, schedule service, rental vehicle logs, maintenance, gas cards, mileage billing, etc. - Appropriately label samples for lab delivery - Assists in special reports as requested by the Business Unit staff and Project Team. - Organizes and schedules project related meetings, ensuring each meeting has an agenda and other meeting documents. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of DLZ and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS: - High School Graduate or equivalent required, Associates Degree in Business or another relevant field preferred. 2 or more years relevant office experience - Previous experience supporting engineering or technical projects or programs helpful - Must have excellent computer skills; Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; Word, Excel, PowerPoint. - Experience with Microsoft Publisher, InDesign or other graphic design software applications is a plus. - Ability to multi-task in a high-energy environment, prioritize tasks, detail oriented with excellent time management skills. - Must be able to work in DLZ office, position cannot be performed remotely - Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to make decisions without constant directions, under pressure of meeting critical deadlines. - Valid driver's licence. Must provide salary requirements to be considered for this position!
Job ID
2021-1750
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Job Locations US-MI-Melvindale
DLZ Corporation has a Construction Services Project Engineer opportunity in the Metro Detroit area.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform engineering and construction assignments requiring application of specialized technical expertise performed independent of other personnel; exercise professional judgment in autonomous decisions. - Responsible for projects of moderate complexity and have leadership responsibility for less experienced staff. - Manage the inspection and testing personnel on multiple projects including QA/QC testing. Coordinate and schedule activities in the field, including the maintenance of all field equipment. - Assist in developing proposals, change orders, budgets, contract management, report review and distribution. - Reviews new procedures and coordinate new activity startup as required. - Assist with pavement evaluations and transportation projects.  Constructability reviews on Transportation Projects. - Provide technical support for construction services operations. - Assist geotechnical group with boring layouts and coring. - Monitoring the installation of deep foundations such as ACP, H-Piles, caissons, etc. - Determine specified testing and inspection requirements from plans and specifications as needed. - Assist in training new technicians in basic field testing as requested. - Perform concrete, soil, and asphalt testing and inspections in accordance with specified procedure and standards. Perform all related field and laboratory tests. - Report results to supervisor or designated on-site client representative - Maintain all records of test results and daily reports. - Recognize unusual test results or site conditions, report these in a timely manner. Offer constructive suggestions for possible corrections. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering - Engineer-in-Training (EIT) registration required; Professional Engineer (PE) preferred - 5 or more years of construction materials testing and inspection experience is preferred - 2 or more years engineering experience in Transportation systems and programs - Ability to read plans and specifications - Familiar with MDOT - Plans/Specifications/Practices - Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential - Must have the ability to work independently or as part of a team - The ability to lift 50+ pounds, stand for long periods of time, and work in inclement weather. - Valid driver's license and willing to use personal vehicle for job related work, as needed.
Job ID
2021-1751
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-MI-Waterford Township | US-MI-Lansing | US-MI-Muskegon | US-MI-Saint Joseph
DLZ Corporation has a Professional Surveyor opportunity in Michigan.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform survey assignments of a complex nature requiring application of specialized technical expertise performed independent of other personnel, exercise professional judgment in autonomous decisions. - Periodically assigned a lead role in segments of design projects where survey work is to be done; directing assigned personnel, meeting cost and time schedules and producing quality results are primary objectives. - Make exact measurements and determine property boundaries. Provide data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, elevation, or dimension of land or land features on or near the earth's surface for engineering, construction, and other purposes - Survey and investigate land surfaces to project precise measurement and location of lines, angles, points, areas, and elevations. - Prepare and maintain sketches, maps, reports, and legal descriptions of surveys to describe, certify, and assume liability for work performed - Perform survey duties, including the following: - deed, survey, mapping, etc. research through local, county and state offices - computations to perform and complete survey - coordination with Survey/Project Manager to pool necessary survey personnel to assist with survey - Preparation of legal description, plat, topographic map, etc., to complete project - Assist office, survey and right-of-way acquisition personnel with project description and location, determining legal boundaries, interpretation of deeds, etc. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Surveying / Mapping, Engineering, Engineering Technology, Construction Technology, or another related field - 4 or more years relevant experience both in the field and the office - Registered Professional Surveyor (PS) in the state of Michigan required or ability to obtain within 2 years - Experience with AutoCAD, Bentley Micro Station or similar coordinate geometry software - Ability to perform records research to support boundary and route surveys - Ability to calculate boundary line locations and prepare plans/legal descriptions - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements, including a valid driver’s license.
Job ID
2021-1749
Category
Survey
Job Locations US-OH-Cleveland | US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Akron | US-OH-Cincinnati
DLZ currently has a Right of Way Project Manager opening in Ohio.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Coordinate Right of Way property acquisition project planning, budgeting, scheduling and establishing critical project objectives. - Direct Right-of-Way projects and assigned field personnel. - Coordinate all client contact and maintain working relationship at all levels throughout the project. - Track project financials. - Manage assigned project’s communications, database, meetings and reports. - Recruit and manage subcontractors as part of project teams. - Participate in public involvement meetings. - Initiate or assist in contract negotiations with clients and teaming partners. - Negotiate property rights with property owners. - Close real estate transactions. - Record transaction documents at County Records Office. - Prepare and conduct quality control review of acquisition package submittals. - Assist division manager in business development. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: - High School graduate or equivalent - Minimum 3 years Right of Way relevant work experience - ODOT Prequalification's for Project Management and Negotiations and Closings required - Ability to obtain Title Research and Relocation prequalifications within one year desired - Prefer experience with Right of Way utility work - Familiar with various acquisition submittal packages and forms. - Notary Public Certification or able to obtain within 6 months required - Through working knowledge of 23 and 49 CFR, the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 and its amendments (the Uniform Act), and the ODOT’s policy and procedures dealing with all disciplines of right of way acquisition. - Strong written and oral presentation skills - Experience in a variety of project types, scale and complexity; following project from conception through completion. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1731
Category
Consulting
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Cleveland | US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation currently has a Geotechnical Engineer opportunity in Columbus, OH, Cleveland, OH, or Bridgeville PA.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform Geotechnical engineering, analyses, and recommendations for bridges, retaining walls, building/structures, dams and levees. - Perform and direct others with geotechnical inspections reports, site reconnaissance, soil borings, and field investigations. - Assist senior level engineers with the preparation of geotechnical analyses and recommendations for bridges, retaining walls, buildings/structures, dams, and levees. - Interact with clients on an as-needed basis. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the company Health and Safety Plan. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Geotechnical Engineering or related discipline - Masters of Science in Civil Engineering preferred - 7 or more years relevant experience - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration required - Proficient with Microstation and/or AutoCAD preferred. - Experience with ODOT projects and/or Corps of Engineer's highly desired. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills. - Proficient with Microsoft Office including: Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, and Power Point - Available for occasional short-term travel. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1723
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Cleveland | US-OH-Akron | US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation currently has an opening for a Hydraulics Engineer in Columbus, Cleveland, Akron, Ohio or Bridgeville, Pennsylvania..   Duties & Requirements: - Conduct hydrologic and hydraulic analysis for a variety of projects. - Use HMR 51/52 and SCS methods for hydrologic analysis to determine peak flows associated with PMF and various recurrence interval storms. - Perform hydraulic computations using backwater analysis programs such as HEC-RAS to determine water surface elevations in streams and channels. -  Perform closed conduit modeling using programs such as SWMM or its commercial variants. - Assist with preparation of CLOMRs and LOMRs for submittal to FEMA including the associated detailed reports and mapping. - Conduct bridge hydraulic analysis including scour computations. - Perform dam break analysis and inundation mapping. - Guide physical modeling of flow structures in support of design. - Prepare detailed hydrologic and hydraulic analysis reports for studies and projects. - Provide oversight and guidance to junior-level engineers. - Prepare proposal scope and cost estimates. - Interact with clients on an as-needed basis. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering required, Master’s degree preferred - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration - 3 or more years’ experience with an emphasis in hydraulic engineering - Demonstrated experience in SWMM modeling either with SWMM5/PCSWMM/XP-SWMM - Demonstrated use with HEC-RAS including unsteady and two-dimensional modeling - Experience with HEC-HMS and peak flow methods including HMR 51/52 and SCS - Experience with GIS and CAD - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Experience with hydraulic bridge design and stream restoration is a plus - Available for occasional short-term travel - Spanish Language skills strongly desired. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2020-1730
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus
DLZ Corporation currently has Field Surveyor / Party Chief opening in Columbus, Ohio. Duties & Responsibilities: - Conduct field surveys, including topographic, boundary, and utility, to determine the locations of natural features and man-made structures on the Earth's surface, underground, and underwater and their relationships to right-of-way and boundary lines. - Lay out grids, determining horizontal and vertical controls; prepare survey sites and remove necessary obstacles, including debris, brush, tree limbs, etc. to perform the survey. - Operate survey instruments such as robotic total stations, data collectors, laser scanners, GPS, and other standard survey equipment to collect field data. - Interpret construction plans, perform necessary calculations in the field, and perform construction layout. - Create legible and accurate field notes. - Upload/Download data files and photographs. - Set up, maintain, and operate all field survey equipment, vehicles and supplies. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. - Possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: - High School Graduate or equivalent required, Associates Degree or higher in Surveying & Mapping, Civil Technology, or Civil Engineering preferred - Survey experience with construction experience preferred. - Prefer experience with Trimble Robotic Total Stations, laser scanners, GPS, and Data Collectors. - Ability to review and understand civil construction and architectural plans and specifications. - Must be able perform basic mathematical and trigonometric calculations. - Excellent communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with clients, property owners, and coworkers. - Ohio Professional Surveyor’s (PS) license or the ability to obtain license preferred, but not required. - Must have or be able to obtain OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Certification. - Available to work overtime as needed with frequent travel and overnight stays. - Willingness to work in all weather conditions. - Must have a valid driver’s license with an insurable driving record. Must have satisfactory drug test and comply with Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensations Drug Test policy. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and comply with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2021-1746
Category
Survey
Job Locations US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation is looking for entry level individuals willing to work hard and learn new skills.  DLZ will provide the necessary training for you to be successful in your role as a Technician - Materials Testing in Bridgeville, PA!    Responsibilities: - Perform material testing of soils, aggregates, asphalt concrete, and concrete in the laboratory and on construction sites. - Interpret and follow applicable specifications and standards. - Obtain and record field/lab data, in a legible and organized fashion; as required by the plans, specifications, or project staff. - Generate and compile reports. - Speak with team members for a given project assignment, including the contractor and owner’s representatives. - Communicate with all entities keeping everyone fully informed. - Maintain testing equipment as required. - Understand and follow the public health and safety requirements and the proper safety procedures. - Perform other duties as assigned.  Job Qualifications: - High School Graduate or equivalent - Adept at both verbal and written communication - Preferred experience with e-Builder - Must have strong attention to detail - Punctuality a must and the ability to work some weekends, holidays, and overtime as needed - Ability to frequently lift 50lbs - Must have reliable transportation and the ability to occasionally travel throughout Pennsylvania and neighboring states - Valid driver’s License and ability to pass MVR check required - The Following Certifications are Preferred but not Required: - ACI Concrete Field - NECEPT Concrete - NECEPT Bituminous Field Technician - Nuclear Densometer Safety with Hazmat - Relevant NICET certifications (Construction Materials Testing; Asphalt, Concrete, Soils) - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with DLZ’s Health and Safety Plan
Job ID
2021-1754
Category
Construction
Job Locations US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation has rewarding Entry Level Civil Engineer opportunities in the Pittsburgh, PAarea.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform engineering, construction, and design assignments, requiring a solid grasp of at least one engineering discipline and the exercise of professional judgment. - Typically given projects of minor complexity; may have leadership responsibility for less experienced staff. - Perform work under close supervision and provide support to more experienced personnel. - Perform field testing of soils and concrete. - Provide clear and concise documentation of all construction project activities and quantities. - Perform analyses and design required for minor structures, systems and equipment items. - Prepare sketches and diagrams for use by technicians. Review and check detailed drawings and layouts. - Assist in the preparation of reports, economic and technical feasibility studies, and studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, materials or engineering methods. - Assist in the preparation of contract / proposals specifications and construction cost estimates. - Review Contractor's shop drawing submittal. - Perform construction monitoring and coordinate field activities. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. Job Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering - 0 – 4 years’ relevant experience in Civil Engineering, construction, and/or construction inspection - Engineer in Training (EIT) certification, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year preferred - Experience with construction inspection and material testing a plus. - Familiar with PennDOT procedures and documentation of construction projects. - AutoCAD and MicroStation experience preferred. - Proficiency with Microsoft Office including; Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Job ID
2021-1755
Category
Civil Engineering
Job Locations US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation is currently seeking Construction Inspectors for PennDOT (TA, TCI, TCIS, TCM), ODOT, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, Municipal construction projects, and water/wastewater projects in Western Pennsylvania.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform all phases of field assignment. Interpret specifications, working drawings and convey intent to the contractor and owner’s representatives. - Responsible for all aspects of field inspection, testing, testing coordination, sampling, equipment, and equipment maintenance on assigned project. - Obtain and record field data as required by the plans, specifications, or project staff. Generate and compile field reports. - Complete daily reports and document construction activities using an iPad or laptop. - Maintain vehicles and equipment as required. - Work with project staff on design changes. - Communicate with all entities keeping everyone fully informed. - Record daily installed construction quantities to review payment requests in terms of progress and amount completed to date. - Act as a positive representative of DLZ and its core values. - Understand the public health and safety requirements and be fully trained in the proper safety procedures. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: - High School Diploma or GED Required - Associates or Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Geology or another relevant field preferred - Experience performing inspection on PennDOT, ODOT, Turnpike, Municipal, or sewer authority projects - Preferred Certifications: - American Concrete Institute (ACI) Concrete Field Testing Technician – Grade I - NICET Level II or higher in Highway Construction Inspection - NECEPT Bituminous Field Technician - NECEPT Concrete Field Testing Technician - EIT Certification - National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) - PennDOT Qualifications: TA, TCI, TCIS, TCM - Valid Driver’s License with insurable driving record - Moderate Travel Required - Must have the ability to climb, reach and balance on uneven surfaces. Work will be performed in the field where the ability to stand for long periods of time is required. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with DLZ’s Health and Safety Plan Resume must include detailed work history, certification numbers, and expiration dates.
Job ID
2021-1756
Category
Construction