Craft Superintendent

Role Overview: The Insulation/Coatings/Fire-proofing Field Engineer reports to the Project Field Engineer and is responsible for the technical oversight of all insulation, coatings and fire-proofing activities. This scope will expand to the entire job site as needed and directed by the Project Field Engineer. The selected applicant shall support the Superintendents responsible for executing the insulation, coatings and fire-proofing work. He/she is responsible for the execution of the following activities:   Work with superintendents to develop detailed work packages and installation schedules for insulation, coatings and fire-proofing commodities. Develop and implement Inspection and Test Plans for each major activity Inspection of field installations and completion of associated documentation. Responsible for quantity take-off, control, reporting and forecasting for all relevant commodities. Prepare field change documentation and as-built documentation as required. Interface with engineering office to resolve design and constructability issue. Assist civil field engineers and superintendents in constructability and quality issues. Initiate and submit works packages to release various commodities for insulation, coating and/or fireproofing work to supervision. Work with the suppliers and subcontractors to ensure compliance with project drawings and specifications. Prepare material requisitions, coordinate and review vendor drawings. Work with Procurement's expediting team to ensure the delivery of vendor materials to support the projects schedule. Interpretdesign drawings. Complete insulation and fireproofing material take-offs. Provide technical support for the administration of the subcontract for insulation supply and installation Monitor, inspect and verify subcontractor work to ensure adherence to project drawings and specifications. Assure that materials are stored properly to ensure environmental protection. Complete Material receiptinspections asrequired. Reviews specifications, inspectionreports, delivery schedules, instruction manuals and technical data. Assist with preparation ofconstructionestimates. Recommend design or installation improvements to improve safety on the project. Ensure that relevant inspection documentation is completed accurately and submitted to support system turnovers and completion and turnover walk-down inspections are completed for assigned systems.   Qualifications  Basic Qualifications: University/B.S degree in Civil or Structural Engineering is desired but may be waived if equivalent industry experience can be demonstrated. 6 years minimum experience in design, application and/or inspection of insulation, protective coatings and fireproofing systems Experience specifying coatings for a variety of materials and how coating compatibilities work Experience with fire-proofing and fire-resistant systems Familiar with material insulation and insulation systems Experience specific to cryogenic insulation design, installation and/or inspection is a definite asset. For coatings and fireproofing Field Engineer roles, NACE Level 2 or equivalent is required. Experience working in direct hire and subcontractconstruction environments is preferred. Experience in oil, gas, refinery, petrochemical, minerals processing or power generating station construction is preferred. Computer literate in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications. Working knowledge of applicable industry codes and standards. Excellent communication and problem solving ability. 180000BC
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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