Civil Inspector - Transportation and Infrastructure Projects

Job Description

ARH Associates, a New Jersey based award winning civil engineering firm is looking for experienced Civil Inspectors for Transportation and Infrastructure projects in our Bloomfield and Tinton Falls offices. Applicants should be experienced in inspection of construction projects involving roadway widening, reconstruction, concrete pavement, asphalt pavement, guiderail replacement/ installation, storm water pollution control, dust control, traffic control etc. Must meet the minimum educational requirements and experiences described below.

Responsibilities include, but not limited, to the following:

  • Site inspections to verify compliance with approved plans, specifications and codes

  • Inspection of traffic control system compliance

  • Measure and record pay quantities

  • Prepare, review and provide input to contract change orders (CCO)

  • Prepare daily reports

  • Monitor construction schedule and review progress

  • Monitor labor compliance

  • Coordinate 3rd party material testing inspection

  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program and the General Permit

  • Participate in coordination meetings with clients, contractors, designers and regulatory agencies

Qualifications for Roadway Inspector:

  • A minimum of two (2) years of demonstrated experience in highway or roadway construction inspection

  • Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing

  • Valid Driver's license

  • PC skills including Microsoft Office

Preference will be given to NICET certified inspectors.

Company Description
ARH is one of New Jersey's fastest growing civil engineering firms. With nearly 100 employees located in both Hammonton and Bloomfield, the firm continues to expand its presence throughout the region. Our third generation family run firm has just moved our Corporate Headquarters into a new 27,000 square foot facility located in Hammonton's award winning Downtown Main Street. We are looking for motivated professionals who wish to grow and expand their careers with a growing company.

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