Project Engineer

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February 11, 2019
Mill Valley, CA
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We are looking for a PROJECT ENGINEER for a General Contractor who is the Prime on the Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Net Project

They are looking for a engineer to join there team to help with all the project paperwork since it will be breaking ground in summer 2018

They will be Self performing every piece of this project except painting. The Design is already done and completed. Project should take a little under 2 years to complete.

Attitude and ambition are important with this opportunity, due to safety hazards with the Golden Gate Bridge project, there may be overtime and graveyard shifts with 10:00pm-6:00am as the project continues on.

MUST Have:
Change Orders,
Microsoft, Paperwork

***Civil, drilling, shoring, demolition, paving or grading experience etc.***

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