- Achieve and maintain full familiarity with contract plans, specifications, contractor’s schedules and plans, applicable safety regulations, and current shop and working drawings relative to assigned contract duties to be knowledgeable about the contractors’ obligations, plans and schedule;
- Conduct inspections of all elements of work being performed for the specified project(s) to determine the quality of workmanship and materials used, making sure these conform to the contract documents, applicable to state and federal codes and requirements;
- Observe work operations for compliance with applicable safety regulations, be alert for unsafe practices, and, where appropriate, request their correction by the contractors’’ representative on site;
- Prepare daily inspection reports documenting construction progress;
- Monitor the program compliance with plans, specifications, and other contract provisions;
- Maintain daily logs of inspection work;
- Review the project work for discrepancies or unauthorized changes;
- Document daily construction activities on electronic and/or hardcopy reports (as determined by the Task Manager);
- Record equipment and quantities of materials, as noted in the schedule of values, as well as change order work under respective Pending Change Order (PCO) numbers, in Daily Inspection Reports;
- Monitor contractors’ actual progress against scheduled progress and record on Daily Inspection Reports;
- Record contractors’ job-site equipment and manpower;
- Conduct Substantial Completion Inspections and Final Acceptance Inspections;
- Prepare punch-lists or worklists in areas of assigned responsibility before Substantial Completion Inspections;
- Monitor and record correction of construction deficiencies; and
- Perform on-site material testing (as required).
- A minimum of seven (7) years demonstrable experience in construction engineering and inspection and testing for large infrastructure projects;
- A minimum of five (5) years of progressive experience in the work elements of the specified project(s);
- Ability to read and comprehend contract documents, including complex plans, specifications, and shop drawings;
- Ability to understand construction testing disciplines, such as welding, non-destructive testing, concrete and grout sampling and testing, mechanical and electrical, architectural, and structural;
- Certification in general building construction, inspection, or code enforcement from the American Construction Inspector’s Association or other similar association or regulatory governmental organization; and
- Completion of OSHA 30-hour training.
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Construction / Building Inspector