The Structural Engineer will be part of an engineering team providing engineering services to large and small projects. The Structural Engineer participates in a wide range of transit projects covering concrete and steel structures for transit stations, maintenance facilities, and other buildings and structures. Activities include site investigation and civil/structural steel finite element modeling for both front end planning and the detailed engineering phase for multi-discipline projects. The Structural Engineer is responsible for preparing engineering calculations, engineering input into drawing production, technical specifications, data sheets and reports. The Structural Engineer reports to the Lead Structural Engineer on a large project and to the Project Manager or Engineering Manager on a small project.
Assist the Engineering Manager/Lead Structural Engineer with the delivery of project requirements as they relate to scope, cost, and schedule.
Work to ensure the implementation of safety and integrity principles in structural documentation.
Promote compliance with all relevant engineering standards and internal procedures for all design activities.
Maintain structural engineering work procedures, specifications and computer aided design programs.
Prepare engineering calculations of both new structures and modifications to existing structures.
Prepare technical specifications based on input received from other disciplines.
Prepare and contribute to technical memos and reports, within areas of expertise.
Provide input to engineering, operating and capital cost estimates.
Prepare and/or review project standard specifications and design criteria.
Participate in and contribute to design reviews.
Carry out assigned tasks within budget and schedule.
Stamp documents and drawings as required and if appropriately registered.
Manage small capital and maintenance projects.
Assist in defining project scope and preparing proposals.
Resolve Structural design issues throughout project lifecycle as required.
Perform site visit to various client site for review, inspection and assessment of existing structures.
Apply industry-best practices, applicable codes, standards.
Manage the schedule on project or program including multidiscipline interactions, if required.
Qualifications and Experience
A recognized degree in civil/structural engineering from an accredited college or university.
Registration as a professional engineer. Alternatively, registration as a candidate professional engineer actively working towards professional registration or regional equivalent.
Minimum seven years project engineering experience. Including several years of experience on transit projects such as the design of transit station buildings, underground works, design of maintenance facilities or similar industrial buildings.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Good planning and organizational skills.
Ability to function with minimal supervision.
Sound understanding of design engineering codes and technical standards.
Experience with Mathcad, SAP 2000, Staad Pro or similar structural analysis software.
Awareness of Hatch Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) Policy and standards.
Experience within a large project, multidisciplinary Design-Build environment.
Experience of working in a BIM environment.
Sound knowledge of industry or regulatory codes and standards.
Experience with multidisciplinary design coordination.
Willingness to stretch, take ownership, quality conscious
Familiarity and experience with North American codes and standards.
Experience in Autodesk BIM 360.
Experience in Bluebeam Revu version 2019.1.16.
Experience in the use of procedures and workflows in the execution of projects.
Good leadership skills.
Strong client focus.
Ability to delegate tasks and promote the effective performance of team members.
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