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Senior Civil Designer

Company: RealStreet
Location: Mobile
Posted on: November 23, 2022

Job Description:

Since 2001, RealStreet has connected management executives for the construction industry to contractors working on commercial and government projects. As a leading firm in the country which specializes entirely in senior level construction employment, we have cultivated long-term relationships with many of the industry's leading companies enabling us access to the top companies throughout the continental U.S. We currently have a great assignment for a Senior Civil Designer. This individual will support our client, a design engineering firm based out of Mobile, AL, with commercial, industrial and federal projects around the country. The position provides a comprehensive benefits package which includes paid holidays, paid time off, an extensive insurance plan and a 401(k) retirement plan with a generous company match. Job Responsibilities The Senior Civil Designer will become a critical part of a project design team in our client's Mobile, Alabama office and will support commercial and industrial projects. Responsibilities of the Senior Civil Designer include:

  • Generating civil engineering drawings from concept to implementation
  • Performing calculations related to site grades, cuts and fill, topography and utilities
  • Conducting research to back up designs and calculations
  • Maintaining engineering documentation
  • Ensuring quality standards and reviewing processes to maintain accuracy, meet financial goals and ensure schedules are met
  • Assuring project designs meet technical and industry standards
  • Mentoring designers and drafters

Keywords: RealStreet, Mobile , Senior Civil Designer, Other , Mobile, Alabama

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