Proudly constructing the Valley Line West LRT
The City of Edmonton selected Marigold Infrastructure Partners to design and build the 14-kilometre Valley Line West LRT project from downtown to Lewis Farms. Construction has begun and will take five to six years to complete.
Marigold is a design-build joint venture agreement between Colas and Parsons.
Acting on behalf of the applicable Engineer of Record (EOR), the Field Review Monitor (FRM) is responsible for carrying out field reviews at the construction site during the implementation or construction of the Professional Work Product (PWP). For clarity, the EOR retains professional responsibility including making all decisions related to the practice of engineering relevant to the PWP. The FRM, working under the direct supervision and control of the applicable EOR, will carry out field reviews to ensure that implementation or construction of the PWP in the field aligns with the original design’s intended purpose, specifications, and requirements.
· verify that the PWP is appropriate for the field condition
· confirm the original design and assumptions are valid as they relate to field implementation
· identify issues in the original design or specifications – or any other issues – due to site conditions that were not known while preparing the PWP
· create alignment between field-level decisions and engineering or geoscience-level decisions
· ensure that if the implementation deviates from the intended design, the deviations are managed appropriately
During field reviews:
· document observations, interpretations, and deviations from PWPs and promptly communicate them to the Technical Management Team, Construction Management Team, and Engineer of Record as necessary.
· take initiative to be aware of the construction schedule and make every effort to ensure that critical work is reviewed while it is available, observable and in a state suitable for review.
The FRM will conduct field reviews to ensure that implementation or construction of the PWP in the field aligns with the original design’s intended purpose, specifications, and requirements:
· Construction of transportation structures, including elevated guideways, elevated guideway ramps, bridges, retaining walls, trackway slabs, OCS foundations.
· Construction of foundations and retaining structures, including driven piles, drilled piles, micropiles, ground anchors, MSE walls, soil nail walls.
· Construction of transportation structure elements, including foundations, abutments, decks, approach spans, barriers, railings, concrete girders, segmental concrete girders, steel girders, elastomeric bearings, pot bearings, falsework and formwork, cast-in-place concrete, precast concrete.
· Maintains records related to the project
· Prepares daily reports and other documentation
- Takes project photographs on a daily basis, recording to the appropriate location
· Recognize potential conflicts, issues, and problems and reports them to the supervisor with the proposed solution.
· Performs other responsibilities associated with the position as may be required.
· Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Structural Engineering, an associate’s degree in a technical discipline or construction-related field.
· Professional registration with APEGA or ability to register from another jurisdiction.
· 5+ years of related experience on field projects related to transportation structures.
· Knowledge of public works contracts, and previous experience with P3 projects is required.
Skills, Competencies, Attributes
· Must be able to read and interpret plans and specifications, and construction-related processes in the area of specialty
· Potential to lead an asset
· Ability to communicate in all manners (oral, written, technology) and to follow oral and verbal instructions.
· Ability to prepare detailed written reports.
· Capability of performing math calculations in order to perform engineering calculations, graphs and charts.
· Proficient with computer programs, and propriety engineering software.
· Able to balance competing tasks and work within a multi-disciplined team.
· Ability to recognize hazardous work conditions and take action if necessary.
· Able to use sound judgment.
· Requires ability to climb ladders, inspect work above and below ground, work in confined spaces and negotiate terrain on in-process construction sites.
-Valid driver's licence, preferably with clean abstract.
Marigold Infrastructure Partners and its joint venture partners expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of MIP employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.
Please reply to this posting with your resume in Word or PDF format.
Job Type: Full-time
- Company events
- Dental care
- Disability insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Extended health care
- Life insurance
- On-site parking
- Paid time off
- RRSP match
- Vision care
- 10 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
- Weekends as needed
Building access restricted to employees and scheduled visitors. Frequently-touched surfaces are sanitized and cleaned often. Employees observe all public health recommendations.
Ability to commute/relocate:
- Edmonton, AB T5S 2P3: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)
- Bachelor's Degree (required)
- construction: 5 years (preferred)
Work Location: In person