Construction Inspector

at Coast and Harbor Associates, Inc.
Location Bangor
Date Posted May 15, 2021
Category Trades & Services
Construction
Job Type Not Specified

Description

Owner's Project Management firm seeks a construction inspector for a large complicated project in Northern Maine. Candidates must have at least ten years' experience inspecting building projects and must have experience As a lead inspector/project engineer on at least one project with a value of at least $25 million As an inspector on at least two design-build projects As an inspector on at least one project for the US General Services Administration Preparing correspondence and maintaining official construction site records, including inspection reports and photographs using digital photography and video With equipment commissioning processes and equipment/systems operations Reviewing Contractor's monthly payment requests and recommending payment or rejection of the request and preparing required documentation Determining merit, calculating construction costs and performing time impact analyses for change order proposals, supporting negotiations, and preparing change order documentation Conducting inspections of materials, workmanship, and construction and installation of various systems (such as fire alarm systems, MEP, BAS, civil/structural/geotechnical, elevator, traffic, welding, landscaping, CBP installations, building envelope, testing procedures, mockups) based on an in-depth understanding of the contract documents including the plans and specifications Experience with reviewing submittals, shop drawings, requests for information (RFIs), manufacturer's application and installation guidelines. Using computer applications such as electronic project management, CAD, Microsoft Word, Excel, Primavera 6, and Microsoft Project Monitoring project schedules Knowledge of safety practices in the construction industry including a background of familiarity with OSHA safety requirements on construction projects Candidates with the following will receive preference: A degree in architecture, engineering, construction management, or business Certification as a Certified Construction Manager by the Construction Management Association of America Experience being an inspector on a land port of entry project Residence in Northern Maine