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Limbach Facility Services Project Engineer I in Wilmington, Massachusetts

Who We Are…

Since our founding in 1901, Limbach’s primary core value has always been: We Care .

We Care about you as a person: your safety, career, development, and the local community.

We Care to impact diversity in construction to create a collaborative work environment focused on generating a sense of belonging and accomplishment.

Limbach Company LLC, a subsidiary of Limbach Holdings, Inc., (NASDAQ: LMB) is an integrated building systems solutions firm whose expertise is the design, installation, management, service, and maintenance of HVAC, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and control systems.

We engineer, construct, and service the mechanical, plumbing, air conditioning, heating, building automation, electrical and control systems in both new and existing buildings and infrastructure. We work for building owners in the private, not-for-profit, and public/government sectors.

Our vision is to create value for building owners targeting opportunities for long term relationships.

Our purpose is to create great opportunities for people.

We carry out our vision and purpose through a commitment to our four core values…

  • We Care

  • We Act with Integrity

  • We Are Innovative

  • We Are Accountable

    The Benefits & Perks…

    (Available on 1st Day of Employment)

  • Full portfolio of medical, dental, and vision benefits.

  • Industry-leading 401K plan with company match.

  • HSA, FSA, and life insurance offerings.

  • Flexible work schedules with a focus on work/life balance.

  • Robust learning & development program.

  • Career pathing flexibility.

    Who You Are…

    As Project Engineer I and as part of the Company’s Early Career Program, you will be expected to learn our business and all aspects of it, from estimating, to project management, to financials.

    This Position…

    Is under the supervision and tutelage of the Project Manager.

    Some examples of the work you might do includes:

  • Reviews and understands the complete scope of a given contract.

  • Reviews plans, specifications, and other contract documents pertaining to a project.

  • Attends project kickoff and peer review meetings (where applicable) with the Project Manager and team.

  • Develops detailed project schedules, and provides input for the owner’s/general contractor’s schedule to ensure access to perform all work in the most expeditious and productive manner possible.

  • Tracks equipment, material, labor, subcontract, and other miscellaneous project-related costs.

  • Assists with the development of shop drawings and coordination of planning efforts with other trades.

  • Schedules material purchases, and reviews purchase orders to ensure materials meet specifications.

  • Develops piping, plumbing, or sheet metal trade construction standards for projects with our planners.

  • Communicates the project schedule, manpower loading, and labor cost unit and dollars for the project to key internal stakeholders. Reviews and discusses these items with supervisors on a regular basis.

  • Assembles, reviews, and transmits vendor and subcontractor material and equipment submittals for distribution to the contractor, architect, or engineer for review and approval.

  • Calculates progress invoices, ensures positive cash flow, reduces retention cost, and collects payments.

  • Reviews revised contract documents, and negotiates/finalizes changes in cost with owners or contractors.

  • Maintains “as built” records and drawings to help document project progress.

  • Tracks project costs on a weekly basis, makes adjustments, and books proceed and change orders.

  • Creates commissioning schedules that include pressure test, system cleanings, equipment checkout and start up, system balancing, and owner training.

  • Prepares and delivers operations/maintenance manuals and warranty letters for contract closeout.

  • Ensures all site work is done safely and adheres to the safety guidelines of the Company.

  • Establishes and maintains positive customer relationships.

  • All other duties as assigned.

    What You Need…

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Building Construction, Engineering, or equivalent required.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of the construction process and related concepts.

  • Ability to communicate effectively (both verbally and in writing) with diverse audiences.

  • Proficient in computer programs utilized for spreadsheet calculations and word processing.

  • Must be organized, attentive to detail, and able to multitask/manage competing deadlines.

  • Ability to travel occasionally to attend meetings and conduct site visits/inspections.

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Previous construction-based internship preferred.

    Conduct Standards:

  • Maintains appropriate Company confidentiality at all times.

  • Protects the assets of the Company and ethically upholds the Code of Conduct & Ethics in all situations.

  • Cultivates and promotes the “Hearts & Minds” safety culture.

  • Consistently exemplifies the Core Values of the Company (we CARE, we act with INTEGRITY, we are INNOVATIVE, and we are ACCOUNTABLE).

    Work Environment:

  • This position operates primarily in an office environment, and routinely utilizes standard office equipment, such as computers, phones, copiers, and printers.

  • Work duties may also necessitate visits to/walk throughs of local job sites, which means intermittent exposure to outside weather and conditions/hazards typically associated with a construction site.

    Physical Demands:

  • In performing the duties of this job, the incumbent is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, perform repetitive motion, and possess an appropriate degree of both visual acuity and manual dexterity.

  • This is considered a sedentary position, which means possible exertion up to ten (10) pounds of force occasionally, and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.

    This job description is intended to describe the general nature of work being performed by the individual who assumes this role, not an exhaustive list of responsibilities. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time, with or without notice, as business needs dictate. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. Limbach Facility Services LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.