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Job Locations US-IL-Chicago | US-IN-Burns Harbor | 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.
Category
Survey
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Job Locations US-IN-Burns Harbor
DLZ is looking for dependable individuals to fill a variety of Union Material Testing Technician opportunities in Burns Harbor, IN!   Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform material testing and observation, keep accurate record of results for prompt reporting. - Maintain field equipment in proper working order. - Assist in hand coring operations - Calibrate assigned field equipment. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with DLZ’s Health and Safety Plan. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - High School Graduate or equivalent.  - Member in good standing with the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 - Insurable driving record, ability to pass background and drug testing required. - Able to lift up to 75lbs throughout daily functions. - Proficient with Microsoft Office, Excel. - Ability to work over 40 hours per week as needed, may be on short notice. - Union Technician Level (B, C, D or E) to be determined based on Experience and Union Contract Required Certifications below: - ACI Level I, II Certification - ACI Concrete Inspector Certification - CWI Certification - Troxler Class Certification - ANST Level I, 2 or 3 - MT, PT, UT, VT Certification - ASNT Level II-MT, PT, VT Certification - Bentonite Slurry Certification - IDOT Level I, II, III Asphalt-Concrete Certification - Soils and Granular Material Experience four (4) or more years - Floor Flatness Certified Dipstick - Roofing Observations - ASNT Level II-UT Certification - NICET Level I, II, III Certification - ICBO fireproofing Certification - ICBO-Masonry, Steel, Concrete Certification - CWI-Certified Welding Inspector - INDOT Qualified Technician Compensation is commensurate with experience, premium pay as appropriate.  Excellent Union Local 150 health insurance, retirement plans, and paid vacation offered.
Category
Industrial
Location : Location
US-IN-Burns Harbor
Job Locations US-IN-Burns Harbor
DLZ Corporation has a Field Survey Coordinator opportunity in Burns Harbor, IN.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Develop and post a daily field crew schedule encompassing 50+ field personnel and 30+/- projects. - Evaluate survey personnel, keep records on absenteeism, tardiness, vacations, etc. Council survey personnel on the above. - Update personnel on following day field assignments in coordination with Project Managers and Party Chiefs. - Check and approve Daily Timesheet submissions by Field Crews. - Schedule and maintain personnel’s training and certifications. - Manage the inventory, issuance, and ordering of survey field supplies. - Oversee the setup, maintenance, calibration, and cleaning of equipment. - Distribute survey and safety equipment to personnel in coordination with the Project Managers and Safety Coordinator. - Assist in vehicle management, including maintenance scheduling and personnel vehicle assignments. - Lead the facility/office maintenance including, but not limited to; warehouse organization/maintenance, grounds maintenance and snow removal. - Assist in the recruitment and training of new survey personnel. - Be available to take calls/texts/emails and work outside of normal business hours as necessary. Job Qualifications: - Associate Degree in organizational management, logistics, surveying, construction, engineering fields, or equivalent preferred - Minimum 2 years’ experience in similar role, 5+ years preferred - Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to develop workflows to maintain organization. - Ability to communicate effectively and timely, both written and verbally, with all parties involved. - Basic understanding of surveying and equipment necessary. - Scheduling software such as Primavera and Microsoft Projects highly preferred. - Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Excel, Outlook, and Word, etc. - Safety certifications (OSHA 10, 30, 40-Hr HAZWOPER, etc.) are a plus. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites, complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Survey
Location : Location
US-IN-Burns Harbor
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. - Perform preliminary business development efforts. - Review and develop proposed contracts to determine significant parameters, time schedules, mileposts, and define major task areas. - Be the principal client contact throughout the project. Resolve design/construction problems and coordinate the final project turnover. - Direct the planning and development of the project scope, procedures, and budget. - Mentor production staff to assist and promote professional development. - Coordinate administrative responsibilities related to the department. - 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. - 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.  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 developing and reviewing project contracts. - 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.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-Fort Wayne
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IN-South Bend
DLZ currently has rewarding Mechanical Engineer - HVAC and Plumbing opportunities in Indianapolis, and/or South Bend, IN.    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.
Category
Mechanical Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
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.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ Corporation has an exciting Geotechnical Engineer opportunity in Indianapolis, IN.   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. - 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. - 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. - Assist in Geotechnical business development efforts. - 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 - 15 or more years relevant experience - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration required - Proficient with Microstation and/or AutoCAD preferred. - Experience with Corps of Engineer, INDOT, IDOT and other state DOT projects 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.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IN-South Bend
DLZ Corporation currently has an exciting Architectural Associate openings in Indianapolis and South Bend, IN.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform architectural and design 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 may have leadership responsibility for less experienced staff.  - May assume lead roles in a narrow segment of a project and/or coordinating work of specialty groups related to his/her assigned segment of a project. - Perform work with general guidance and supervision, or provide support to more experienced personnel. - Plan and lead preliminary studies of job requirements and scope, determine design criteria and formulate design concepts. - Establish conceptualization and production of graphic and written material for a major segment of a client project. - Direct architectural support staff in development of detailed design and construction documents. - Coordinate architectural efforts between engineering groups, the client, vendors, contractors and others as required. - Develop concepts and approaches to the solution of complex architectural problems. - Conduct studies of new architectural methods, codes, processes and materials.  Conduct complex feasibility and operating studies aimed at evaluation alternative systems and methods. - Review and recommend action on client request for change orders and obtain necessary approvals for same. - Perform construction contract administration including bid analysis, contract awards, change orders, pay request and other items as required. - Assist in the preparation and regulation of project forms for project management. - 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: - Must have an (NAAB) accredited professional degree in Architecture - Completed or in process of completing NCARB Intern Development Program or Architectural Experience Program™ (AXP™) enrolled in EAXP program and is in pursuit of license to practice Architecture - 1 – 8 years relevant work experience. - Proficient in AutoDesk Revit®. - Proficient in Microsoft Office® Suite. - Experience in Adobe Photoshop and AutoCAD is preferred - Strong oral and written presentation skills. - Experience working with internal design teams preferred - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Architecture
Location : Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ currently has an opening for a Utility Coordinator for Transportation Engineer Projects in our Indianapolis, IN office. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:  Transportation Engineer - Perform utility coordination services for Transportation & Public works projects, both INDOT and local agencies. - Schedule and Conduct utility coordination meetings. - Be the lead liaison between DLZ and all utilities involved in the project. - Perform project site visits with the design team and utilities as required to identify utility conflicts and relocation routes. - Review design plans and identify utility conflicts. - Review utility relocation plans provided by the utilities. - Coordinate with the design team and utilities to resolve utility concerns/relocations - Actively participate and contribute in client meetings involving utility coordination - Participate/Prepare utility relocation timeline for inclusion in the overall project construction schedule. - Prepare utility coordination progress reports and utility relocation schedules. - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with the Health and Safety Plan. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in Engineering or other related field or, - four or more years of experience in highway or utility industries with at least one year in utility coordination and/or relocation efforts - INDOT utility coordination certification preferred. - AutoCAD and/or MicroStation experience required to review utility conflicts and relocation design provided by the utilities. - Experience in development and/or review of utility relocation designs - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Job Locations US-IN-Merrillville
DLZ currently has a Mechanical Engineer/Project Manager opportunity in Merrillville, IN. The Senior Mechanical Engineer/Project Manager Position requires working on projects in heavy industry, metals, chemical/petrochemical or environmental projects. The position responsibilities will include group leadership, meeting with Clients, preparing proposals, coordination with other disciplines, design, project forecasts, cost estimates, project and budget management, as well as the mechanical system installation review during construction for general compliance with construction documents. Potential to work with DLZ’s other offices providing mechanical design assistance on architectural and civil projects as well.   Responsibilities & Duties: - Designated as Lead Mechanical Engineer, mentoring other mechanical staff. - Prepare engineering drawings and technical specifications for various types of projects including industrial facilities, - Perform engineering studies, calculations, detailed design documents & specifications, and project cost estimates - Provide installation support services. - Develop system designs and sizes equipment, develop technical specifications - Prepare proposals, estimate, scope jobs, plan, and budget. - Control and/or review all project forecasts, schedules, cost estimates and reports. Responsible for quality control over the complete project. - Work on concurrent projects. - Provide technical leadership on design team - 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. Job Requirements:  - Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering - Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of IN is a plus. - Piping Stress analysis experience a plus. - 10 or more years of progressively responsible experience in mechanical engineering - AutoCAD / Inventor/Solidworks experience preferred - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and practice proactive time-management. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites, which may require overnight stays, while complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Mechanical Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-Merrillville
Job Locations US-IN-Merrillville
DLZ Corporation currently has a Senior Electrical Engineer opportunity Merrillville, IN! The Senior Electrical Engineer/Project Manager Position requires working on projects in heavy industry, metals, chemical/petrochemical or environmental projects. The position responsibilities will include: group leadership, meeting with Clients, preparing proposals, coordination with other disciplines, design, project forecasts, cost estimates, project and budget management, as well as the electrical systems installation review during construction for general compliance with construction documents. Potential to work with DLZ’s other offices providing electrical design assistance on architectural and civil projects as well. Responsibilities & Duties: - Designated as Lead Electrical Engineer, mentor other electrical staff. - Coordinate with other disciplines and work in a team environment. - Conduct field investigations when needed, produce field reports with detailed sketches. - Perform duties with multiple projects within the established schedules and budgets. - Work on a wide variety of project types, scales and complexity. - Work on concurrent projects. - Assist in developing feasibility studies. - Meet, communicate, and coordinate with Clients to develop scopes, prepare proposals, and oversee the installation of the work, and manage internal and external project budgets. - 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 or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering. - Ten (10) or more years relevant work experience in the industrial sector (15+ is preferred). - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration preferred, but not required - Working knowledge of NEC, IEC, ISA & IEEE design complying with industry standards is a plus. - AutoCAD and/or Revit skills preferred, but not mandatory. - Specification writing skills required. - Management experience of electrical an engineering group is preferred. - Arc-flash study experience a plus. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-Merrillville
Job Locations US-IN-Merrillville
DLZ Corporation has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Structural Engineer in Merrillville, IN. The Senior Structural Engineer/Project Manager Position requires working on projects in heavy industry, metals, chemical/petrochemical or environmental projects. The position responsibilities will include: group leadership, meeting with Clients, preparing proposals, coordination with other disciplines, design, project forecasts, cost estimates, project and budget management, as well as the structural system installation review during construction for general compliance with construction documents. Potential to work with DLZ’s other offices providing structural design assistance on architectural and civil projects as well. Duties & Responsibilities: - Designated as Lead Structural Engineer, mentor other structural staff. - Prepare engineering drawings and technical specifications for various types of projects including industrial facilities, - Design of a variety of structural systems including: structural steel, complex steel shapes (hoods, vessels, tanks, etc.), reinforced concrete structures – including (but not limited to) framed construction, flat slabs and composite construction; shallow and deep foundations – including (but not limited to) piles and caissons; and masonry structures. - Perform structural inspections and assessments on existing structures and develop reports including any necessary repair procedures. - Develop structural analysis and design calculations using governing codes and standards, engineering formulas and experience. - Prepare proposals, estimate, scope jobs, plan, and budget. - Control and/or review all project forecasts, schedules, cost estimates and reports. Responsible for quality control over the complete project. - Work on concurrent projects. - Provide technical leadership on design team - 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. Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with Structural Engineering concentration required, Master’s degree preferred - Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of IN and/or Registered Structural Engineer (SE) in the state of IL required - 10 or more years of progressively responsible experience in structural engineering - AutoCAD / REVIT experience preferred - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and practice proactive time-management. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites, which may require overnight stays, while complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Structural Engineer
Location : Location
US-IN-Merrillville
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.
Category
Architecture
Location : Location
US-IN-South Bend
Job Locations US-IN-South Bend | US-IN-Munster | US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IN-Fort Wayne
DLZ Corporation is looking for motivated hard-working Entry Level Civil Engineers to join our team in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend, and Munster, IN! We are excited to welcome Engineers to multiple disciplines including; Transportation, Water Resources, Surveying, and Construction Services.   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 or more relevant internship in Transportation, Water Resources, Structural, Construction Services, Surveying, Civil Engineering experience preferred. - Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year - 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
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-South Bend
Job Locations US-IN-South Bend | US-IN-Fort Wayne | US-IN-Munster | US-IN-Indianapolis
DLZ Corporation currently has Construction Inspection / Observer openings in Indiana.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Perform all phases of field assignment to obtain and record accurate and complete data. - Interpret specifications, working drawings and convey intent to the contractor. - Basic testing, testing coordination, equipment and equipment maintenance. - Perform all aspects of field inspection. - Obtain field data as required by the plans and specifications or project staff. - Record all obtained field data accurately and in a legible and organized fashion. - Perform testing and sampling. - Maintain vehicles and equipment as required for each job. - Work with project staff in charge of project on design changes. - Communicate with all involved entities to keep everyone fully informed. - Generate and compile all field reports. - 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: - Associates Degree (in applicable field), plus 2 years related experience, or - High School Graduate or equivalent, with a minimum of 5 years related experience. - Proper certifications such as compaction, asphalt, concrete, aggregate or others. - INDOT Construction Inspection Prequalification preferred, or the ability to obtain within 6-12 months. - NICET Highway Construction Level II or Higher Certification Preferred, or the ability to obtain within 6-12 months . - Experience with INDOT or municipal inspection preferred - 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.
Category
Construction
Location : Location
US-IN-South Bend
Job Locations US-IN-South Bend | US-IN-Indianapolis | US-IN-Burns Harbor | US-IN-Fort Wayne | US-IN-Munster
DLZ is looking for bright and motivated Interns to join the team in South Bend, Indianapolis, Burns Harbor, Fort Wayne, & Munster, Indiana.!   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.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-IN-South Bend
Job Locations US-KY-Lexington
DLZ Corporation is looking for a motivated hard-working Entry Level Civil Engineer to join our team in Lexington, KY!    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 or more relevant internship preferred. - Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year - 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
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-KY-Lexington
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit | US-MI-Waterford Township
DLZ Corporation is looking for motivated hard-working Entry Level Civil Engineers to join our team in Detroit and Waterford, MI!   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, site design, construction, and/or construction inspection - Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year - Experience with soils and concrete field testing a plus. - AutoCAD and MicroStation experience preferred. - ArcView / ArcMap experience desired - Design of water and sewer utilities a plus - 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
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-MI-Detroit
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit
DLZ Corporation currently has an opportunity for a licensed Senior Architect to lead a group of Architects and Project Managers in Detroit, Michigan.    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Lead group in development of Architectural projects involving renovations or new construction. - Overseeing programming, design, development of construction documents and construction administration. - Oversee financial performance of the group, maintain budget guidelines and profitability - Manage Architectural projects in major segments of design where complex, multi-faceted, and coordinated work is required, directing assigned personnel, meeting cost and time schedules and producing quality results. - Perform review for compliance with codes and standards. Prepare scope of work, cost proposals and contracts for potential work. - Direct and manage Architects, Designers and Project Managers reporting to this position. - Prepare workload projections and manage financial performance of the department. - Conduct complex feasibility and operating studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems and methods. - Coordinate client contact and maintain working relationships with existing and potential clients. Ensure contractual commitments are met and work is being performed according to the client's instructions. - Perform Quality Control reviews and ensure consistency and high quality in all work product. - Improve business development. Initiate and maintain contacts with key professionals and officials of other organizations and companies. JOB REQUIREMENTS - Degree in Architecture is required - Registered Architect in the state of MI required - 15 years of progressively responsible experience in architecture working on concurrent projects, collaborating with multiple design disciplines, and technical production projects. - Municipal, Judicial, Educational, Transit, and Federal project experience is preferred. - Working experience with REVIT and Microsoft Office Software - Working knowledge and application of building codes and design standards required - Strong written and oral presentation skills and excellent time management skills. - Experience in a variety of project types, scale, and complexity; following projects from conception through completion. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Architecture
Location : Location
US-MI-Detroit
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit
DLZ Corporation has an exciting opportunity for a Structural Engineer in Detroit, MI. Projects will be focused on public buildings and multi-discipline projects. Duties & Responsibilities: - Prepare engineering drawings and technical specifications for various types of projects including municipal, transit, justice, safety, maintenance structures, health care, water and wastewater treatment plants, and storm drainage structures. - Design a variety of single- and multi-story structural systems including: structural steel, reinforced concrete structures, wood and timber framed construction, shallow and deep foundations, and masonry structures. - Perform structural inspections and assessments on existing structures and develop reports including any necessary repair procedures. - Develop structural analysis and design calculations using governing codes and standards, engineering formulas and experience. - Prepare construction cost estimates - Perform construction phase activities including review of Contractor’s submittals and construction monitoring. - Assist in preparation of proposals, fee estimates, scope of work and schedule. - Provide technical leadership on design team and direct engineers and technical staff in the preparation of plans and specifications for major and complex structures, systems and equipment. - 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. Qualifications: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with Structural Engineering concentration required, Master’s degree preferred. - Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of MI required. Registered Structural Engineer (SE) in the state of IL will be added benefit. - 10 or more years of progressively responsible experience in structural engineering. - AutoCAD / REVIT experience required. - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and practice proactive time-management. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites, which may require overnight stays, while complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Structural Engineer
Location : Location
US-MI-Detroit
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit | US-MI-Lansing | US-MI-Waterford Township
DLZ Michigan 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.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-MI-Detroit
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit | US-MI-Lansing | US-MI-Saint Joseph
DLZ Corporation currently has exciting Architectural Associate openings in St. Joseph, Detroit, or Lansing, Michigan.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform architectural and design 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 may have leadership responsibility for less experienced staff. - May assume lead roles in a narrow segment of a project and/or coordinating work of specialty groups related to his/her assigned segment of a project. - Plan and lead preliminary studies of job requirements and scope, determine design criteria, and formulate design concepts. - Establish conceptualization and production of graphic and written material for a major segment of a client project. - Direct architectural support staff in development of detailed design and construction documents. - Conduct studies of new architectural methods, codes, processes, and materials. Conduct complex feasibility and operating studies aimed at evaluation alternative systems and methods. - Review and recommend action on client request for change orders and obtain necessary approvals for same. - Perform construction contract administration including bid analysis, contract awards, change orders, pay request and other items as required. - Assist in the preparation and regulation of project forms for project management.tative of the company and its core values.  Job Requirements: - Must have an (NAAB) accredited professional degree in Architecture - Completed or in process of completing NCARB Intern Development Program or Architectural Experience Program™ (AXP™) enrolled in EAXP program and is in pursuit of license to practice Architecture - 1 – 5 years relevant work experience. - Proficient in AutoDesk Revit®. - Proficient in Microsoft Office® Suite. - Experience in Adobe Photoshop and AutoCAD is preferred - Strong oral and written presentation skills. - Experience working with internal design teams preferred - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Architecture
Location : Location
US-MI-Detroit
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit | US-MI-Lansing
DLZ currently has rewarding Mechanical Engineer - HVAC and Plumbing opportunities 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.
Category
Mechanical Engineering
Location : Location
US-MI-Detroit
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit | US-MI-Grand Rapids | US-MI-Saint Joseph
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 Field Technician for projects in Michigan!   Responsibilities: - Perform material testing of soils, aggregates, asphalt concrete and concrete at the time of placement on an active construction site. - Interpret specifications and working drawings. - Field inspection, testing, sampling, equipment, and equipment maintenance on assigned project. - Obtain and record field data, in a legible and organized fashion; as required by the plans, specifications, or project staff.  Generate and compile field reports. - Record daily installed construction quantities. - Speak with team members on a construction site, including the contractor and owner’s representatives. - Communicate with all entities keeping everyone fully informed. - Maintain vehicles and equipment as required. - Understand and follow public health and safety requirements and the proper safety procedures. - Perform other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: - High School Graduate or equivalent - Ability to verbally communicate and relay accurate information - Computer skills required - Must have attention to detail - Valid driver’s License and ability to pass MVR check required - Ability to frequently lift 50lbs - Ability to travel throughout the tri-state area - The Following Certifications are Preferred: - ACI Concrete Field Testing - Nuclear Densometer Safety - Perform all work in a safe and responsible manner, in accordance with DLZ's Health and Safety Plan
Category
Construction
Location : Location
US-MI-Detroit
Job Locations US-MI-Kalamazoo | US-MI-Muskegon | US-MI-Grand Rapids
DLZ currently has Construction Inspector / Observer openings in the  Kalamazoo, MI area.   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 and record field data, in a legible and organized fashion; as required by the plans, specifications, 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, or - Associates Degree (in applicable field), plus 2 years related experience, or - High School Graduate or equivalent, with a minimum of 5 years related experience. - Certifications and training such as Field Book density, compaction, asphalt, concrete, aggregate or others. - MDOT Construction Inspection Prequalification required. - Experience with MDOT or municipal inspection preferred. - Ability to use mobile devices for communications and record keeping. - Past experience with Project Wise, Field Book a plus. - 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.
Category
Construction
Location : Location
US-MI-Kalamazoo
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing | US-IL-Chicago
DLZ is looking for a dynamic Traffic Engineer to join our team in Lansing, MI or Chicago, IL. Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform Traffic Engineering and design assignments of a varied nature. - Assigned segments of design projects where Traffic Engineering work is to be done. - Conduct and assist with signal designs and develop drawings for traffic signals, signing and pavement markings for transportation projects. - Conduct or supervise field activities such as traffic counts, traffic observations, origin destination studies. - Develop safety studies, intersection/interchange modification studies, signal timing studies, traffic modeling, signing and pavement marking plans, and DOT plans. - Perform traffic impact studies for new developments. - Assist on various Roadway Design elements. - Participate/prepare construction cost estimates, proposals, and bid evaluations. - Prepare client progress reports. - Follow established Quality Control procedures on all tasks. - Assist in business development within the firm's business development program. - Initiate and maintain contact with key professionals and officials of other organizations and companies, maintaining - working relationships at all levels. - Become an active member in civic/professional activities, societies and organizations. - 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 to 10 years’ experience in Roadway / Traffic Engineering - Professional Engineering (PE) License required or ability to obtain within 6 months of start date PTOE is a plus. - Roadway Lighting design experience is a plus. - Experience in use of traffic engineering software such as HCS, Synchro, Vissim, and RODEL. - Experience in development or implementation of traffic signal timing coordination/time-space diagram preferred - Prefer MicroStation and/or AutoCAD experience - Experience with DOT and LAP Federal Aid projects in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and/or Ohio a plus. - Excellent verbal and written skills - Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-MI-Lansing
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing
DLZ Corporation has a Senior Planner opportunity in Lansing, MI.    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Develop a variety of technical reports and documents, including but not limited to, traffic studies, corridor studies, environmental conditions, comprehensive land use plans of jurisdictions such as towns, cities, counties, and metropolitan areas, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance documents, recreation sites and facility evaluations and master plans, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) transition plans, etc. - Lead the collection and analysis of a variety of planning data, including vehicular and pedestrian traffic, environmental conditions, land use, socioeconomics, building and park facility evaluations, etc. Data may be collected at project sites using current technologies and/or review of existing information, including census data, topographic maps, aerial photographs, and other information readily available on the internet and other sources. Data collection and analysis may also be performed in support of engineering, environmental, and/or architectural projects. - Perform assignments requiring application of specialized technical expertise independent of other personnel and exercise professional judgment, primarily related to the architectural, engineering, environmental, and/or planning disciplines. - Communicate with planning officials, recommend measures affecting land use, public utilities, community facilities, housing and transportation to control and guide community development and renewal. - Review and evaluate environmental impact reports applying to specific private and public planning projects and programs. - Collect field measurements and other data necessary to determine compliance of building and site features with relevant standards and guidelines. - Compile and analyze data on buildings and sites, prepare graphic and narrative reports on collected data. - Develop concepts and approaches to solutions of simple to complex architectural and engineering non-compliance issues. - Conduct field investigations, surveys, studies, or other research to compile and analyze data. Field conditions may be highly variable and require traversing low to moderately challenging physical needs areas in all types of weather conditions, including use of interior stairs or traversing outdoor natural environments. - Hold public meetings with respective groups to formulate, develop, or address issues regarding upcoming projects, land use, or community plans. - Interact with clients and possess aptitude to act as a positive representative of the company and its core values. - Reviews and applies relevant regulatory standards and guidelines in the performance of all duties as assigned. - Keep informed about economic or legal issues involved in various pertinent codes or regulations. - Position will require travel to project sites, including both day trips and trips requiring overnight or multiple overnight stays throughout DLZ's service area. - 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 or Master’s Degree in Planning, Environmental, GIS, Construction, Architectural, Landscape Architecture, Engineering, or another relevant field with 5+ years’ experience in a similar role. - AICP or other relevant professional certification desired but not required. - Experience working with State DOT’s, County Road Commissions, and/or Local Road Officials preferred. - Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite 365 including Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. - AutoCAD/MicroStation and GIS software experience skills preferred. - Strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to prioritize. - Problem solving, analytical accuracy, and follow-through skills required. - Strong oral and written presentation skills. - Must be able to travel for field work with overnight stays occasionally required. - Must have the ability to pass background check including driving record and pre-employment drug testing. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and comply with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Engineering
Location : Location
US-MI-Lansing
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing
DLZ Corporation currently has Electrical Engineer - Building Systemsopportunity Lansing MI.  Responsibilities & Duties: - Design power distribution, lighting, fire alarm, control, and IT/data systems for buildings. - Lead and mentor other electrical engineering staff. - Load calculations, life cycle costing and energy modeling. - Review installation of designed equipment/systems for compliance with construction documents. - 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. - Meet, communicate, and coordinate with clients to develop scopes, prepare proposals, and oversee the installation of the work, and manage internal and external project budgets. - Perform duties on concurrent projects of various project types, scales, and complexity within the established schedules. Job Requirements: - Bachelor or master’s degree in electrical engineering - 5 or more years’ experience in building design, layout and analysis for power distribution, lighting, fire alarm, and low-voltage systems - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration in Michigan or the ability to obtain within 6 months - Revit skills preferred, but not mandatory. - Knowledge of LEED principles and Electrical Codes. - Institutional design experience required - Travel to job sites and client offices is required - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Engineering
Location : Location
US-MI-Lansing
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing
DLZ Corporation has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Bridge Engineer to lead the Bridge Design group in Michigan.    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Lead projects focused on bridge and roadway structures for the MI Department of Transportation and other transportation infrastructure agencies. - Perform complex structural engineering, construction, and design assignments, requiring application of innovative methods or progressive techniques and advanced professional knowledge, - A leading role in major segments of design projects where complex, multi-faceted, and coordinated structural engineering work is required; directing assigned personnel, meeting cost and time schedules and producing quality results are primary objectives. - Develop structural analysis and design calculations using governing codes and standards, engineering formulas and experience, - Direct and manage Engineers and Technicians reporting to this position. - Maintain department budget guidelines and profitability. Prepare department workload projections and manage financial performance. - Prepare scope of work, cost proposals and contracts for potential work. - Ensure contractual commitments are met and work is being performed according to the client's instructions. - Ensure consistency and high quality in all work produced by the Department. - Improve business development within the firm's business development program. - Initiate and maintain contacts with key professionals and officials of other organizations and companies. - 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. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with Structural Engineering concentration required, Master’s degree preferred - Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of MI required - 15 years of progressively responsible experience in structural engineering with focus on bridges - NHI Bridge Inspection Certification is a plus - Working knowledge and application of Michigan DOT design standards required - Working experience with Bentley/Leap Bridge suite of Bridge design program - MicroStation / OpenRoads experience a plus - Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Software - Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and practice proactive time-management. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites, complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Engineering
Location : Location
US-MI-Lansing
Job Locations US-MI-Lansing
DLZ Corporation currently has an exciting opportunity in our Lansing, MI office, we are looking for a new Administrative Professional! The ideal candidate needs to be outgoing, high-energy and have excellent interpersonal skills. We look forward to the right person joining the DLZ team!! DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Prepare and process contract documents including obtaining internal legal review and certificates of insurance. - Assist in preparing contract specifications for projects. - Perform administrative support tasks, such as preparing mailings, process and prepare memos, correspondence, marketing materials, or other documents. - Operate telephone switchboard to answer, screen, or forward calls, providing information or taking messages as necessary - Greet persons entering establishment, determine nature and purpose of visit, and direct or escort them as required. - Provide information about DLZ, such as location of departments or offices, employees within the organization, or services provided. - Collect, sort, distribute, or prepare mail, messages, or courier deliveries. - 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. - 2 or more years' office work, receptionist, or other relevant experience. - Experience with computerized phone system preferred. - Highly proficient with modern computer systems and software applications: Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, use and navigation of tool bars and searches. - Experience with Microsoft Publisher, InDesign or other graphic design software applications is a plus. - Must have exemplary organizational, customer service and communication skills. - Have a high level of dependability and an unwavering professional demeanor. - Ability to handle stressful situations in a high-volume, fast-paced environment. - Be a highly motivated team player willing to take on new tasks! Must provide salary requirements to be considered for this position!
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Location : Location
US-MI-Lansing
Job Locations US-MI-Saint Joseph | US-MI-Detroit
DLZ Corporation currently has exciting Architect openings in Detroit or Saint Joseph, Michigan.    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, responsible for quality control over assigned projects. - Manage a wide variety of project type, scale, and complexities, and meet cost and time schedules while producing quality results. - 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. - Assist in business development and proposal preparation. - Prepare proposals, contracts, standard AIA contracts, correspondence, and project documentation. - Travel to jobsites, primarily in the Midwest with occasional overnight stays. JOB REQUIREMENTS - Bachelor's or Master's degree in Architecture - Must be a registered Architect - 10 or more years relevant work experience - Judicial, Municipal, Educational, Transit, Aviation, and/or Federal Project experience is preferred - Proficient in REVIT - 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.
Category
Architecture
Location : Location
US-MI-Saint Joseph
Job Locations US-MI-Waterford Township
DLZ Corporation currently has Field Surveyor / Party Chief opening in Waterford, Michigan. Duties & Responsibilities: - Conduct field surveys, including topographic, boundary, and utility, to determine the locations of natural features and man-made features, 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 useful - Survey experience with construction experience preferred. - Prefer experience with Leica or 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. - Must have or be able to obtain OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Certification. - Available to work overtime as needed with occasional light travel - Willingness to work in all weather conditions - Must possess a valid driver’s license with an insurable driving record - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and comply with all applicable safety codes and requirements
Category
Survey
Location : Location
US-MI-Waterford Township
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Akron | US-OH-Cleveland
DLZ Corporation currently has an exciting Project Architect openings in Columbus, Cleveland, or Akron Ohio.    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 - Registered Architect in the state preferred - 5 - 15 years relevant work experience - Judicial, Municipal, Institutional, Transit, Aviation, and/or Federal Project experience is preferred - Proficiency in REVIT - 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.
Category
Architecture
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Cleveland | US-OH-Akron | US-OH-Logan
DLZ Ohio & Pennsylvania 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.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Akron | US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation currently has a Geotechnical Engineer opportunity in Columbus, OH, Akron, 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 on 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 Geotechnical Engineering preferred - 5 or more years relevant experience - Engineer in Training (EIT) required, Professional Engineer (PE) Registration preferred - 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 complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Akron | US-OH-Logan | US-OH-Cleveland
DLZ Corporation currently has exciting Entry Level Civil Engineer opportunities in Ohio.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Perform engineering, construction, and design assignments, requiring a solid grasp of civil engineering and the exercise of professional judgment. Typically given projects of limited complexity. - Assist Project Manager in design and solution of engineering problems, preparation of reports, economic and technical feasibility studies, and studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, materials, or engineering methods. - 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 water mains and sewers, 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 water and sewer systems, 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 or Environmental Engineering - 0 – 3  years relevant experience - Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification within 6 months of hire required, pursuing Professional Engineer (PE) license - Prefer experience with designing water and sewer, field testing of soils, concrete, pipes, manholes, and field surveying practices. - Experience with AutoCad and Civil 3D useful. - Proficient with Microsoft Office suite required. - Strong interpersonal and written skills - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus
DLZ Corporation currently has a rewarding Civil Engineer / Project Manager – Water, Storm Water, Wastewater opportunity in Columbus, Cleveland, or Akron, Ohio.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform and direct others in the design of water, storm water and wastewater structures, systems. - Assigned a lead role in segments of water, storm water and wastewater engineering design projects. Direct assigned personnel, meet cost, and time schedules and produce quality. - 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 feasibility and operating studies aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, etc. - Coordinate field activities and construction monitoring. Resolve problems and coordinate the final turnover of the project to the client. - Perform construction phase activities including bid evaluations and review of contractor's shop drawing submittal. Prepare proposals; establish the scope of work, man-hour requirements and schedules. Prepare construction cost estimates. - Business and project fee development in municipal water, wastewater, drinking water, and/or storm water. Review proposed contracts to determine significant parameters, time schedules and mileposts and define the major task areas. - 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. - Prepare or direct the preparation of progress and special reports to staff and clients. - Be actively involved in civic and professional activities, societies and organizations. Job Qualifications: - Bachelors in Civil, Environmental or other relevant degree - 10 or more years’ experience working with design of drinking water, wastewater and/or storm water infrastructure projects. - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration in the state of Ohio - Previous project management experience of large municipal water projects preferred - Construction document preparation and modeling experience desired - Hydrology and Hydraulic modeling skills a plus. - Skills with AutoCADD, Microstation, AutoDesk Civil 3D, GIS, ArcGIS, etc to design Public Works Projects, with the ability to instruct less experienced staff a plus - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Akron | US-OH-Cleveland
DLZ Corporation currently has a Civil Engineer - Water/Wastewater opportunity in our Columbus, Ohio.  We are looking for a talented individual that is excited to move their career forward in the Public Works arena, but who also enjoys variety!   Duties & Responsibilities: - Typically given civil engineering projects of minor to moderate complexity and may have leadership responsi¬bility for less experienced engineers or technicians. - Assist project manager in more complex assignments, perform work under close supervision - Perform site civil, grading and drainage, and /or water, wastewater, construction, and design assignments, requiring a solid grasp of civil engineering and the exercise of professional judgment. - Perform analysis and design required for various site civil projects. - Perform and direct others in the designs, systems, and equipment items of moderate complexity. - 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. - Coordinate field activities and perform construction monitoring. - 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 is preferred - Engineer-in-Training (EIT), pursuing Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred. - Experience with AutoCad and Civil 3D is required. - Understanding of engineering design and construction practices for private and public works (Water, Sanitary, Storm) is preferred. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus
DLZ Corporation currently has exciting Staff Accountant openings in Columbus, Ohio.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Review and reconcile general ledger accounts. - Bank reconciliation and review. - Time-sheet 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 - 0 -5 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.
Category
Accounting/Finance
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus
DLZ currently has an exciting opportunity in our Ohio Roadway department for a Civil Engineer / Traffic Engineer.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Perform Traffic Engineering and design assignments of a varied nature. - Assigned segments of design projects where Traffic Engineering work is to be done; meet cost and time schedules and production of quality results are primary objectives. - Conduct and assist with signal designs and develop drawings for traffic signals, signing and pavement markings for transportation projects. - Conduct Roadway Lighting Design and voltage drop calculations. - Conduct or supervise field activities such as traffic counts, traffic observations, origin destination studies. - Develop safety studies, intersection/interchange modification studies, signal timing studies, traffic modeling, signing and marking plans and MOT plans. - Oversee entry-level engineer design activities. - Perform traffic impact studies for new developments. - Execute various Roadway and/or Traffic Design elements. - Participate/prepare construction cost estimates, proposals, and bid evaluations. - Prepare client progress reports. - Follow established Quality Control procedures on all tasks. - Assist in business development within the firm's business development program. - Initiate and maintain contact with key professionals and officials of other organizations and companies, maintaining working relationships at all levels. - Become an active member in civic/professional activities, societies, and organizations. - 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 or Electrical Engineering - 5 to 10 years’ experience in Traffic Engineering - Professional Engineering (PE) License in Ohio required or ability to obtain with 6 months. - Prefer AutoCAD and/or MicroStation experience - ODOT prequalification’s preferred - Roadway Lighting design experience is a plus. - Experience in use of traffic engineering software such as HCS, Synchro, Vissim, and RODEL. - Experience with Civil 3D, Geopak and/or Open Roads Designer, ODOT CDSS - Experience in development or implementation of traffic signal timing coordination/time-space diagram preferred - Excellent verbal and written skills - Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Columbus
  DLZ has an Administrative Assistant - Fleet and Facilities opportunity available in Columbus, Ohio.   Duties & Responsibilities: - Assists with planning, administering, implementing, and maintaining company asset (primarily fleet and facilities) programs to assure the highest possible degree of organization and efficient use of company resources. - Maintain driver, garage location and cost center information by ensuring those elements are properly identified and consistent in each vehicle database. - Assist with vehicle purchases, replacements, leases, and long-term rentals. - Manage fuel cards, replace lost/damaged cards, monitor the line of credit, and monitor for fraud. - Research and resolve issues related to lost registrations, stickers, and license plates. - Assist the Facilities Maintenance Coordinator as needed to organize data, compile reports and interface with third party companies for maintenance, repair, and equipment acquisition for all DLZ facilities. - Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - Associate degree in business, management, or computer science. Relevant experience may be substituted for degree. - 1 – 2 years of related experience. - Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, Access, Power BI or other data management tools. Database administration experience is preferred. - Ability to multi-task, work independently and think critically. - Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills. - Confident communicator with a focus in written communication.
Category
Other
Location : Location
US-OH-Columbus
Job Locations US-OH-Logan
DLZ currently has Construction Inspection / Observer openings in Logan, Ohio.  This is an excellent opportunity for experienced inspectors, civil engineering interns or new graduates starting their careers.   DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: - Perform all phases of field assignment.  Interpret specifications, working drawings and convey intent to the contractor. - Obtain and record field data, in a legible and organized fashion; as required by the plans, specifications, or project staff.  Generate and compile field reports. - 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 or Associate Degree in Civil Engineering or other relevant field preferred - High School Graduate or equivalent required - Related experience preferred. - 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.
Category
Construction
Location : Location
US-OH-Logan
Job Locations US-OH-Logan
DLZ Corporation has a Civil Engineer - Water, Wastewater and Storm-water opportunity in Logan, Ohio.  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 Ohio 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.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-OH-Logan
Job Locations US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation currently has a rewarding Civil Engineer / Project Manager – Drinking Water, Storm Water, Wastewater opportunity in our Bridgeville, PA office.    Duties & Responsibilities: - Perform storm water and wastewater 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. - Assigned a lead role in segments of storm water and wastewater design projects where engineering work is to be done. Direct assigned personnel, meet cost and time schedules and produce quality results are primary objectives. - Perform and direct others in the design of storm water and wastewater 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  aimed at evaluating alternative systems, equipment, etc. - Coordinate field activities and construction monitoring. - Perform construction phase activities including bid evaluations and review of Contractor's shop drawing submittal. - Prepare proposals; establish the scope of work, man-hour requirements and schedules. Prepare construction cost estimates. - Business and project fee development in municipal water, wastewater, drinking water, and/or storm water. - 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, throughout the 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. - Monitor fees and budgets; report problems to the appropriate Department and Division Managers. - Prepare or direct the preparation of progress and special reports to staff and clients. - Obtain client's acceptance of work, coordinate completion of final project paperwork and preparation of final report. - Participate in technical development of personnel assigned to him/her. - Perform marketing and client 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. - 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 - 5 or more years experience working with design of drinking water, wastewater and storm water infrastructure projects - Professional Engineer (PE) Registration in the state of Pennsylvania - ALCOSAN, PWSA, or experience with other municipalities in Western, PA strongly preferred. - Hydrology and Hydraulic modeling skills a plus. - Skills with AutoCADD, Microstation, AutoDesk Civil 3D, GIS, ArcGIS, etc to design Public Works Projects, with the ability to instruct less experienced staff a plus - Strong technical writing skills - Previous project management experience of large municipal water projects preferred - Advance facility planning and preliminary engineering report development experience - Construction document preparation and modeling experience desired - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and complying with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Civil Engineering
Location : Location
US-PA-Bridgeville
Job Locations US-PA-Bridgeville
DLZ Corporation currently has a Field Surveyor / Party Chief opening in Bridgeville, PA. 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. - Perform research for deeds, plats, and utilities. - 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 beneficial Surveying with construction experience preferred - Working knowledge of Trimble survey equipment and Trimble Business Center is a plus - Experience with laser scanners, GPS, and Data Collectors preferred - 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. - Pennsylvania Professional Surveyor’s (PS) license or the ability to obtain license preferred, but not required. - 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 and background test. - Ability to visit and safely traverse construction and project sites and comply with all applicable safety codes and requirements.
Category
Survey
Location : Location
US-PA-Bridgeville
Job Locations US-PA-Bridgeville | US-PA-Bedford
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.
Category
Construction
Location : Location
US-PA-Bridgeville