When it comes to construction, you’re a leader, not a follower. You can assess an active construction site with confidence. You know what quality work looks like and you’re the first to spot a safety hazard. You’re comfortable around equipment and you work well with contractors. You’re straight to the point, but you listen too. You are forthright as you represent the project owner. You strive to make sure the job is done right the first time.
Binnie is looking for Infrastructure Inspectors with expertise in building construction to join our Construction Services team which provides engineering construction services.
You will work on transit facility upgrade projects in the Lower Mainland. Some projects might include station upgrades, new station construction, or new operations and maintenance buildings. You will represent the owner in the field. You will be the key contact between the owner’s project manager and the contractor during construction, ensuring the construction meets the contract specifications and standards.
You will visit sites during construction and act as the liaison between the contractor and the owner’s project manager. You will also work with the contractor to develop solutions to problems when they arise during construction.
- Meeting with client/inspectors to obtain the list of projects;
- Ensuring all construction documents are in order;
- Setting up and chairing pre-job meetings;
- Completing inspections of contractor’s work to ensure it meets contract specifications;
- Reviewing projects during the design phase for constructability;
- Ensuring record keeping is completed;
- Noting any changes to design drawings;
- Carrying out all work to meet WorkSafeBC regulations; and
- Ensuring construction Quality Control is maintained.
- 5–10 years of previous related work experience preferred;
- Registration as an AScT or P.Eng. is an asset;
- Valid Driver’s Licence and personal vehicle for travel to job sites;
- Familiarity with construction contracts (transit or building construction experience is preferred);
- Ability to read and understand construction drawings;
- Strong communication, organizational, and teamwork skills; and
- Ability to effectively prioritize and handle multiple assignments.
We are the people behind the infrastructure you use every day. We’re small enough to know each other’s names, and big enough to be where we’re needed. As an employee-owned firm and one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, we take pride in our work and are respected as one of the top engineering firms in British Columbia. We support some of the most important infrastructure in the province and beyond.
We’re looking for professionals who want to build careers and communities that last. We can’t do it without you.
People come first. We support you with the education, mentoring, and growth opportunities you need to build an interesting career. As an employee-owned firm, we create a clear internal growth path that can keep up with even the most ambitious professionals. We are connected from our field staff to each of our six offices and we support communication between all staff, and across all divisions. You’ll be well connected to the rest of Binnie via phone, video conferencing, and our popular intranet. Whether it’s joining a book club, or writing about your experience in the field, everyone can get involved in their own way.
Let us know why you want to work at Binnie, and why you would be a fit as our next Infrastructure Inspector. Submit your application at binnie.com/careers/current-opportunities.
Thank you for your interest in Binnie. We look forward to reviewing your application.