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Jacobs Project Management Co - Senior Technical Inspector

  • 04/19/2022 11:55 AM
    Message # 12714477
    Administrator (Administrator)

    Jacobs Project Management Co

    Job Title

    Senior Technical Inspector

    Job Location

    Barstow, CA

    Job Status


    Job Description / Primary Objective We're looking for a Technical Inspector to serve as a government's technical representative to oversee a Commissary project in Barstow, CA.

    Essential Responsibilities:

    Cooperate as necessary with the Public Works Engineer (Navy), Post Facilities Engineer (Army) or Base Civil Engineer (Air Force), referred to as the "Installation Engineer."
    Assist the construction contractor in obtaining all necessary installation permits
    Coordinate with the installation engineer and construction contractor personnel regarding operations and maintenance training (outside DeCA Sustainment)
    Monitor construction contract requirements and contractors quality control for compliance
    Verification and Monitoring of the Construction Contractor's Phasing Plan
    Technical Advisory Assistance to the DeCA PM interpreting and clarifying the intent of CD’s
    Conduct meetings held at the project site related to the construction of project
    Pre-Construction Conference including the preceding Government Team Meeting
    Attend and agilely participate in weekly Construction contractor-led Progress/Coordination Meetings with installation, commissary, and contractor personnel
    Recommend Processing of Construction Contract Modifications based on technical review to Area Managers
    Coordinate with Area Manager design A-E or consultant service all material including drawings and cost estimates desired to negotiate a Modification
    Assist Area Manager in preparing recommendations on construction contract Modifications to DeCA/LEE
    Assist construction contract Contracting Office in negotiations and determining time extensions
    Observe all tests conducted by the construction contractor at the project site and maintain records of results
    Perform payment inspections
    Prepare progress payment recommendations and forward directly to the COR
    Maintain records and files (in FACTS) of correspondence, site conference reports, shop drawings, Request for Information (RFI), addenda, change orders, and supplementary drawings
    Maintain a daily diary utilizing an electronic format
    Maintain the family of progress charts defined in bullets below:
    Request for Information Chart
    Shop Drawing Submittal Listing
    Contract Modification Chart
    Claims for Delays
    Critical Path Schedule (CPM)
    Budget and Cost Control Chart
    Provide twenty (20) new electronic images of on-going construction progress monthly in FACTS
    Review submittals, shop drawings and material samples for;
    Conformance with design intent
    Recommendations for approval or disapproval within fourteen (14) calendar days
    Submittals specified in PMAC Contact SOW Exhibit C pages 5 through 7, under “Subconsultants in support of technical inspectors shall review the following” will be reviewed by a licensed professional (Architect or Engineer).
    Review the Contractor’s Quality Control Plan under a Submittal process
    Assist the DeCA PM to care for and turn over to the installation engineer any warranties
    Monitor the project schedule; including the maintenance of Critical Path Method (CPM)
    Notify DeCA PM within twenty-four (24) hours of any delay in schedule of 5% or more
    Provide in-progress cost control, utilizing FACTS to publish cost status reports, work-in-place reports, change order reports, and claim detail reports
    In event design discrepancies become apparent during construction, the PMAC Licensed A/E Professional shall report to DeCA PM within twenty-four (24) hours
    Monitor the construction contractor's progress in marking up drawings to reflect PMAC's observation of as-built details of construction
    Final Construction Closeout: Monitor and insure that DD Form 1354, Transfer and Acceptance of Military Real Property, is properly prepared
    Utilize the FACTS to track current estimates, initial contract values, change orders and payments, and to prepare cash flow projections (as required)
    Furnish support in the areas of warranties, construction claims, physical completion, final invoice closeout, follow through of the DD Form 1354
    Provide performance evaluation recommendations for the Government’s DD Form 2626 and DD Form 2631 (NOTE: Lessons Learned are documented in FACTS system)
    Provide technical assistance and advice to the DeCA PM of other designated representative in the preparation and defense of claims
    Notify the PMAC Area Manager/PMAC Program Executive/CO of any potential life-threatening or serious safety violations that could result in a work stoppage
    Requirements (Education, Certifications, Level of Experience) Here's What You'll Need:

    Min. of 5 Years of Commercial Construction Field Experience, (10 yrs for Senior TI positions)
    Relevant Technical Degree
    Deep ability to Read Construction Contract Drawings and Specifications
    Well versed with Computers (Microsoft Office- word, excel, Adobe Acrobat, familiarity with Primavera Scheduling Software, CADD, Blue Beam a plus)
    Project Scheduling Review
    Estimating experience
    Progress Payment Processing experience
    Daily inspection reporting
    Submittal Review and Management
    RFI review and Management
    Project Record maintenance and coordination with Construction Contractor
    Ability to communicate well with Stakeholders, Architects, Engineers, Construction General Contractors, End User Mgmt of facilities, Military Installation POCs
    Problem solving skills
    Experience with highly focused Refrigeration, HVAC, Mechanical, Electrical type projects
    Ideally, you'll have:

    4 yr degree preferred (Construction Mgmt or Engineering)
    Preferrable experience with Government contracts on military installations
    Experience with Defense Commissary Agency Construction projects a plus
    OSHA 10 certified preferred
    Phased Construction/ Renovation project experience a plus
    Link to Job / Firm Website
    Contact Information for Applicant

    John Hudson, Jacobs Area Manager 210-502-1576

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