Project Engineer provides technical support to and under the direction of the Project Manager and Superintendent. A Project Engineer’s primary obligation is project document control; additionally, the Project Engineer should gain competence in project administration, cost control, and scheduling tasks.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the project document control system as required by the Project Management Procedures Manual and the Contract Documents. Prepare periodic reports to direct report on status of project documents.
  • Review subcontractor Requests for Information with Project Manager or Superintendent, transmit to design team, maintain status logs, track RFI responsiveness and responses.
  • Learn project submittal requirements; assure that subcontractors make timely submittals; review subcontractor submittals with Superintendent, review subcontractor submittals for conformance with contract documents, transmit subcontractor submittals to design team, maintain status logs, track submittal responsiveness and responses.
  • Assist Project Manager with minor cost control and estimating duties.
  • Review subcontractor pricing under direction and supervision of Project Manager.
  • Develop estimates for changed work under the direction of the Project Manager.
  • Assist Superintendent in maintaining Project Schedule and developing look-ahead schedules.
  • Bring field issues to the attention of Superintendent or Project Manager, as appropriate.
  • Maintain project as-built drawings with Superintendent.
  • Review project close-out requirements, gather and compile all project close-out documents.


Basic understanding of project document control, enterprise software applications, budget/commitment differentiation, cost control procedures. Educational and experience requirements include: 4 year engineering or business degree or equivalent-related experience, plus experience and knowledge of construction and design.

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