Survey Office/Field Lead Person

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MANAFORT BROTHERS INCORPORATED
Published
October 8, 2020
Location
Cumberland, RI
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We are seeking an individual with 5+ years of experience in all aspects of surveying, specifically construction layout and as-built surveys.  The position, which is out of our Cumberland, RI office, requires office experience using Carlson and AutoCAD to develop point plans and download and develop data for use in as-built and field use; field experience is necessary as lead person using total station for all types of construction layout – site/concrete/steel.  Individual must be detail oriented and have excellent communications skills.  This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual to enter a fast-paced, growth oriented company while working on high visibility land development and transportation projects. Manafort Brothers Incorporated is a construction and demolition services firm that performs specialty construction and demolition services as well as general contracting services.

Manafort is a 4th generation, family-owned firm. We have an extensive fleet of equipment and a large, highly-skilled, diversified craft workforce and a very experienced management and estimating team that supports our ability to consistently and successfully estimate, plan and execute our projects. Our ability to self-perform allows us to control and execute projects and yield consistently successful results.

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