Alberici Constructors, Inc.

  • Field Layout Engineer

    Location US-TN-Memphis
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Posted Date
    1 month ago(9/19/2018 11:08 AM)
  • Overview

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    Founded in 1908, Flintco now employs more than 600 people in 8 cities serving clients in healthcare, education, hospitality, sports and industrial. Flintco also self-performs concrete, steel erection and excavation. Nothing matters more to us than the quality and growth of our people. Our teams are smart, humble and disciplined.  Flintco is recognized for its commitment to safety and quality, using Lean principles as a guide to continuous improvement. The five guiding principles of our Ethos are: Safety, Integrity, Quality, Accountability and Honesty. We live it every day.


    Flintco Field Engineers are responsible for determining, marking and maintaining horizontal and vertical control of a project, and assisting in supervision of subcontractor’s work as assigned.  


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities                                                                                                        

    All duties and responsibilities include the following, however, other duties may be assigned. To perform in this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


    • Study and analyze construction drawings to confirm or otherwise establish the planned layout dimensions and elevations for the project.
    • Inform Superintendent of any variations in the project dimensions and elevations, and assist company and subcontractor personnel to (1) understand the layout, and (2) identify the precise locations of the elements being installed.
    • Survey, verify and mark actual lines and elevations to provide visual benchmarks for the elements being installed by using measuring tape, electronic distance measuring devices, theodolites, and total station instruments.
    • Measure dimensions and elevations of installed work, marking As-Built Drawings to indicate actual dimensions and elevations, using measuring devices, theodolites, and total station instruments.
    • Other functions as may be required or assigned by Project Superintendent or other authorized individual, including making suggestions of alternative construction methods and techniques, and/or developing interpretations of vague or conflicting information, etc.



    Working knowledge of Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebraic formulas and ability to apply those formulas, and perform mathematic calculations to determine lines, grades, points and elevations. Ability to work within precise standards of accuracy.  Skill to use transit, level, measuring tape and conventional surveying tools.  Knowledge of standard surveying practices. Knowledge of typical construction techniques and applications.  Skill in comparing and assessing differences in size, shape and form of lines, figures, and objects. Skill in observing two dimensional drawings or pictures and understanding how they will look in three dimensions as solid objects. Ability to read and interpret construction documents.



    High School Degree or vocational training or an equivalent combination of education, technical training and experience.



    Adequate experience in layout and surveying or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 


    Physical Requirements                  

    • Observing (seeing well, either naturally or with correction), as in reading detailed blueprints, drawings, sketches and plans at close proximity.
    • Seeing and observing at a distance as in making visual assessments of the exact location of a marker when viewed through a surveyor’s instrument.
    • Expressing and exchanging ideas through oral communication, as in issuing instructions or communicating with personnel at the job site where equipment and construction noises are present and talking at high volumes is required.
    • Ascending or descending ladders, stairs or similar devices, using feet and legs and/or hands and arms, as in climbing to reach higher levels of elevation at construction sites.
    • Holding and grasping tools, materials and other objects in performing essential construction functions at the job site.
    • Stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling and walking at heights, as required.
    • Walking, lifting and carrying objects from different elevations, as in walking where rough terrain and physical impediments such as sand, mud, ice or snow are present. 

    Special Job Dimensions

    Exposure to all forms of weather conditions (hot, cold, wet, dry, humid, windy) for the entire work day. Exposure to constant or intermittent high noise levels. May be required to work long hours for extended periods of time. May be required to work in high, low, exposed or confined places. Exposure to dust and proximity to heavy moving equipment.




    We do not accept resumes from external staffing agencies or independent recruiters for any of our openings unless otherwise directed by our Employee Services Department.  Please do not forward resumes to our hiring managers or regional offices.  Flintco, LLC is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes/applications.


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