The Middlesex Corporation Project Engineer - Rail in Boston, Massachusetts
We are seeking an experienced Project Engineer - Rail with a proven leadership skills and a devoted work ethic who is looking for a successful career and the opportunity to grow with The Middlesex Corporation, a rapidly growing, successful, and well established heavy civil infrastructure company. As a Project Engineer - Rail you will play a critical role in the overall leadership and successful and timely delivery of complex multimillion-dollar fast-track, complex heavy-civil, rail project from pre-construction stage through project execution and completion.
Performing, managing or a combination thereof (depending on the complexity or magnitude of the project(s):
Actively promote and carry out company Safety Policies and Procedures and ensure adherence to our The Middlesex Corporation’s Number One Core Value - “Safety First, In Everything We Do”.
Provide leadership and management of high-performing project field engineers or other project staff.
Cooperatively participate in the development, implementation, and execution of innovative means, methods, and construction strategies, to perform the work safely and productively. Develop activity work plans to successfully execute the work safely and efficiently.
Actively participate in the strategic development of a project management plan including development of comprehensive, CPM schedule, to include all deliverables, activity durations, work sequence, constraints, interim milestones etc., manage updates and required schedule narratives.
Prepare documentation, public presentation material, designs, and calculations related to Track systems, maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of defects.
Evaluate the functional feasibility, mechanical and some electrical design, and system reliability of various configurations and components, equipment, and hardware associated with future and existing right of way (ROW) systems as they relate to the system maintenance and repair.
Review products, test results, track geometry reports, ultrasonic scan reports, and submittals for compliance with contract requirements for MBTA, FRA, Mass DOT. and Amtrak. Prepare documents for the maintenance standards, procedures and aid in the installation and build of track, switches, interlocks installations and equipment.
Assist with the procurement, installation, testing and start-up of various Track and Rail systems, hardware, and support equipment. Coordinate with systems engineering, consultants and other system and civil contracts on construction issues.
Prepare minutes, documentation, specifications and technical reports, and review such material generated by others. Assist with preparation of contract specifications and bid documents.
Cooperatively participate in the development and management of project budget, manpower, equipment, subcontractors, and material resource plans.
Proactively foster “win-win”, close working partnerships and maintain open communications with; JV Partners, Owners/Clients, Subcontractors, Designers, and other key project stakeholders.
Actively participate in the over-all day-today operational and decision-making project management functions including accountability for project execution and P&L results.
Provide leadership to ensure adherence to the company’s “core values” standards, policies, and procedures.
Assist in the procurement, buy-out, and management of subcontractors, suppliers/vendors to ensure work is delivered timely, safely, and compliant to quality standards.
Track and verify accuracy of project productions, cost coding of manhours, equipment and in-place quantities are documented daily. Prepare and submit accurate project cost reporting, revenue, and cash flow projections.
Manage all project engineering activities that comply with the company’s process, procedures, and contractual requirements.
Maintain project submittal process to ensure timely receipt, review and approval of submittals and shop drawings, as-builts, and other contract required documentation.
Manage and maintain the project RFI process to ensure timely receipt, review, response close out.
Implement effective project quality control and quality assurance plans to ensure work is constructed in compliance and is accurately documented through clear and traceable records keeping and reporting.
Provide technical support for, construction planning, interpretation of design and the development of efficient construction methods.
Manage the process to develop and produce required design, drawings, engineering calcs, for project components or activities such as crane/hoisting lifts, temporary structures or works, falsework, shoring, formwork, safety systems, etc.
Manage project close-out including, timely management of punch list, commissioning, and transitional system operations turnover.
Four-year engineering or construction management degree or equivalent combinations of technical training and/or related experience.
Proficient computer knowledge including Microsoft Office, BlueBeam. Preferred experience utilizing HCSS HeavyJob, Vista, CAD, P6.
Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in heavy civil and rail construction.
Working knowledge of OSHA construction, and rail industry regulations.
Experience with self perform railroad, light rail, commuter track and rail systems. Working knowledge of the interface between Track and Signals, OCS, Substations, and Light Rail Vehicles.
Working knowledge of Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) Requirements
Working knowledge of Hi-Rail Equipment function.
Comprehensive understanding of civil construction and rail industry practices and standards.
Must be able to freely access all parts of a construction site in wide-ranging climates and environments.
Must have a valid Driver’s License.
Must possess the ability to adapt to different personalities and management styles.
Team player and with a strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to work with a team in an efficient and effective manner.
Self-starter with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Reliance on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
Dedicated and hard working.
Possess strong leadership qualities.
Above average organizational skills.
Strong commitment to success of all.
Possess a strong work ethic Demonstrate the upmost professionalism in how you represent yourself.
Show quality in everything you do.
Lead with integrity while producing high quality work.
The Middlesex Corporation is an “Equal Opportunity Employer—Minorities, Females, Veterans and Disabled Persons”
SAFELY Building America’s Infrastructure Since 1972
Robert W. Pereira founded The Middlesex Corporation (TMC) in 1972. Through his vision, drive and commitment to Safety, Quality and Excellence, the organization, now encompassing various companies throughout the United States is a leader in the heavy civil construction and paving industries. This year, The Middlesex Corporation was ranked by ENR as the 222nd largest contractor in the country out of more than 35,000 construction companies and 50th of the Top 50 Domestic Heavy Civil Contractors. The Middlesex Corporation is headquartered in Littleton, Massachusetts with regional offices in West Haven, Connecticut and Orlando, Florida.
The sustained success is a result of the Leadership and Team Members living the core values of Safety first in everything we do, Quality in all we offer, Integrity in the way we act and do business, Professionalism in how we represent ourselves and the company, Strong Work Ethic that produces positive results, and Commitment to the Success of all Team Members and Stakeholders.
Our Goal is to sustain our exemplary Safety record while growing into a diversified “Top 100 ENR Company” and being recognized as “One of the Best Places to Work.”
Please see HR for information on physical demands and work environment of this job.
Team Member Competitive Benefits:
401k Savings Plan with 25% Company Match
Health Care Advocate
Team Member Referral Program
Please complete the employment application for consideration of employment with The Middlesex Corporation.
We are an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status.