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Lead Field Engineer - Mechanical

  Project Overview: Pennsylvania Chemicals is a world-scale facility that will use ethane to produce 1.6 million tonnes of polyethylene per year. The project will involve up to 6,000 workers during its construction and is expected to employ 600 permanent employees when completed. The ethylene / polyethylene complex will be located in the Ohio River Valley north of Pittsburgh. It comprises an ethane cracker and three polyethylene units, plus OSBL including a gas-fired combined cycle cogeneration unit and a large storage-in-transit rail yard.   Role Overview Has primary responsibility for review of equipment and design drawings for quantity takeoffs, quantity tracking, field material requisition requirements, knowledge of the work scope, technical issues, storage and maintenance requirements, perform in-process and final inspections and assure that the mechanical equipment installation proceeds and has been completed in accordance with the applicable drawings, codes, specifications, and standards.   Is responsible for working with the Responsible Superintendent and supporting the work planning, scheduling and sequencing of the rotating equipment installation.   Provides supervision and guidance to assigned Field Engineers.   Also works with the engineering and procurement organizations to ensure that design documents, drawings and vendor manuals are on site prior to the receipt of the equipment.   Verifies installed quantities by visual inspection of the completed work   Must be familiar with internationally accepted mechanical codes and standards (e.g. ASME, API....)   Assists the Field Procurement Supervisor in the inspection and receipt of equipment and in the setting up of job site controls for storage and protection of equipment.   Coordinates closely with equipment vendor reps and Client to ensure that their requiredinspections are performed and documented.   Reports to the PE Area Field Engineer.   Performs inspections of equipment installation work in progress on a continuing basis, witnesses tests and completes final P&ID check prior to turnover.  Develops punch lists and monitors completion of punch items. Assists in securing the necessary client acceptance documentation for record. Prepares and has full responsibility for managing mechanical equipment QC records to ensure that they are fully completed and properly submitted in a timely manner to Document Control.   Basic Qualifications Prior Mechanical Engineering experience is required. Minimum 10 years Bechtel experiencerequired. B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering Experience in oil, natural gas, refinery, petrochemical, minerals processing, or electrical power projects in a construction or design office environment. Shaping tomorrow together Bechtel is among the most respected engineering, project management, and construction companies in the world. We stand apart for our ability to get the job done right--no matter how big, how complex, or how remote. Bechtel operates through four global business units that specialize in infrastructure; mining and metals; nuclear, security and environmental; and oil, gas, and chemicals. Since its founding in 1898, Bechtel has worked on more than 25,000 projects in 160 countries on all seven continents. Today, our 53,000 colleagues team with customers, partners, and suppliers on diverse projects in nearly 40 countries. An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.   Requisition ID:  210580
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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