|Location||London, England/London All|
|Career Level||Intermediate Level|
|Position Type||Not Specified|
|Company Size||Large (1000+ employees)|
|Posted Date||April 24th 2012|
|Closing Date||April 29th 2012 (for applications)|
Civil Infrastructure, Tunneling Superintendents, Site Managers& Supervisors, London
Our client is embarking on the largest civil engineering project in Europe. They are actively seeking Tunneling Superintendents / Site Managers / Supervisors.
Purpose of the Job
Reporting to the CM/PFE, the Tunnel Superintendents / Supervisors / Site Managers are responsible for inspecting all tunnel construction and monitoring the continuous tunneling site activities at the tunnel face during a shift. The Tunnel Superintendent will spend most of their shift in the vicinity of the working face(s). The role requires an active relationship with the Contractor to ensure the sequencing and quality of the work, including the use of Toolbox Items where necessary, will produce an end product that meets the design intent.
• Monitor all tunneling activities during the shift in discussion with the Contractor's Tunnel Shift Superintendent.
• Assure correct tunnel sequence; primary lining support, additional support, waterproofing (sprayed and sheet) and secondary lining (sprayed and in-situ concrete) for SCL works; or, TBM tunnel lining construction sequence (segment quality, bolts, grouting, sealing etc) for TBM works; as specified in the contract documents, Contractor's work plans and RESS.
• Report in writing on observed quality deficiencies of the materials delivered to site and/or quality issues relating to construction operations.
• Report in writing all construction activities, labour and plant, rates of production, delays, special conditions and other occurrences to the CM/PFE at the end of each shift.
• The Tunnel Superintendents will have to be present at headings/principal work areas most of the time and during all major construction activities.
• When tunneling activities are not happening on site, or if other Tunnel Superintendents are covering all current tunneling duties, the Tunnel.
• Superintendent will carry out the duties of a Field Engineer as listed below.
• Assisting the Project Field Engineer in discharging delegated duties and responsibilities of the Supervisor under NEC3 ECC where agreed with the Employer.
• Undertaking reviews as required of contractor technical submittals, (including method statements and work package plans where obligated by third party agreements only).
• Providing Field Engineering input to the RFI / NCR / FCD process and where directed seeking input from the Technical Director's discipline specialists.
• Determining need (with the Project Field Engineer) to engage design authority for interpretation or approval of design changes or non-conformances which constitute design changes.
• Providing input into engineering solutions / field sketches / specifications to resolve site based queries and coordinating resolution of issues with the Engineering Manager where required (and where it is not the responsibility of the contractor).
• Keeping the Project Field Engineer informed of technical issues on site.
• Monitoring the contractor's compliance with Environmental, Safety & Health requirements, escalating issues and seeking intervention where required.
• Monitoring the contractor in ensuring that proper processes are identified and implemented to achieve contractual quality compliance with the Works
• Information Part 20 Quality Requirements, Part 13 Records to be Provided and elements of Part 14 Management and Administration of the Works.
• Supporting the PFE in the review and acceptance of contractor certification packages.
• Receiving and commenting on contractor daily reports.
• Assisting the Site Manager and Project Field Engineer with the authorisation of payment certificates. Providing input to the Business Manager on costs to be disallowed related to quality issues and NCRs.
• Supporting the PFE in the review and acceptance of the Contractor's Inspection and Test Plans (ITPs).
• Monitoring the contractor's compliance with their ITPs and participating in some witness and review points, seeking support as required from the Technical Director's discipline specialists.
• Providing input to the NCR and Snag List process at contract level seeking support as required from the Technical Director's discipline specialists and other specialist functions in evaluating conformances and assessing contractor recommended dispositions.
• Tunneling activities are anticipated to take place 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.
• In order to provide full coverage throughout the construction activity, Tunnel Superintendents will be expected to work rotating shifts.
• Degree qualified engineer (or equivalent experience)
• Some experience of engineering and/or construction on major infrastructure
• Knowledge and experience of SCL tunneling methods and processes
• Knowledge and experience of site-based ES&H processes and
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