Precision Resource Company is currently seeking a Project Engineer (P.E.) for a contract assignment within our client's fertilizer facility.
The contract Project Engineer will report to the Project Manager. The job location could be in the Engineering Office and progress to the facility where the project is executing or be in the field site depending on work load.
1. Detailed Design
a. Assist the Project Manager in developing the project scope to meet the requirements of the project. Work will be assigned for specific project task and scope.
b. Function as the “site engineer” to represent and manage interface between the project and with the contract engineering organizations. This may include:
i. Interface with site personnel to provide coordination of any design and contract resource activities inside the plant.
ii. Collect site specific requirements for layout
iii. Assess options for scope and execution of the specific requirements of the project
iv. Collect and validate other site data
c. Manage documentation and other obligations for the assigned areas of scope as the project progresses.
i. Solicit appropriate comments
ii. Reconcile comments and develop appropriate scope and execution input.
iii. Coordinate project invoicing
iv. Procurement interfacing.
2. Engineering support for mechanical construction
a. Provide engineering assistance including:
i. Review installations with contractor prior to execution to ensure the contractor understand the design and execution factors and that the design allows the contractor to work effectively. Reconcile any improvement opportunities through the Construction Manager and Project Manager prior to execution.
ii. Oversight of installation to ensure contractor is complying with intended design.
iii. Work with project manager in evaluation of FCR (field change requests)
iv. Track field changes for as built documentation
b. Construction Tie In support
i. Develop plans for tie in execution with appropriate plant personnel to facilitate planning and execution
ii. Provide coordination for tie-in engineering and execution
c. Turnaround support
i. Provide detailed engineering design support for field installations during turnarounds.
ii. Pre TAR- Provide TA execution planning support to the plant resources. The TA will have one integrated schedule for all routine TA work and project work that will be managed by the plant TA Manager.
iii. TAR – 100% until mechanical scope is complete
iv. Post TAR- Provide as built documentation.
d. Installation validation
i. Ensure field walk-down and execution validation of the project scope
3. Engineering support will include Document Control: The field engineer will be required to provide document control for all mechanical drawing revisions. Documentation will begin with IFC drawing. In addition, the field engineer will maintain the transmittal log.
a. Transmittal attached
b. Documents included in control:
i. Isometric drawings IFC
iii. Drawing revisions
iv. P&ID set with work packages referenced.
c. Document Control Guidelines:
i. All transmittals to be issued by field engineer in behalf of company
ii. Transmittal log to be maintained by field engineer
iii. Contractor is only to receive attachments issued for information or construction
iv. All attachments with revision numbers must be listed on transmittal
v. Electronic copies of all attachments are to be sent to persons as outlined on attached template
vi. Field engineer to maintain a master attachments file of all transmitted documents
vii. All transmittals must be signed and returned as outlined in designated timeframe
viii. Field engineer will maintain record of signed transmittals and transmittal returns.