Construction Inspector – Washington, DC 20003
Architectural and MEP / FP Quality Inspection experience required
Project: Thurgood Marshall Building renovation and U.S. Capitol Visitors Center Museum and Exhibition Hall renovation project
System One has 2 temp-to-hire employment conversion opportunities for Construction Inspectors / QA in Washington, DC.
- Temp to hire employment conversion after a minimum of 520 hours on System One payroll
- U.S. Citizenship is required for these Federal projects
- Local candidates only (no per diem or relocation)
- Monday thru Friday from 7:00am – 4:00pm
The Construction Inspector / QA will have the following responsibilities:
- Provide daily onsite field representation to monitor construction contractor performance and inspect work in accordance with specifications and drawings.
- Monitor all construction activities scheduled with emphasis on milestones, phasing/ sequencing, submittals, efficient and balanced work flow, major test and any unique requirements needing special schedule or tracing.
- Inform the COTR/CM on the progress of construction work and any activities that affect AOC and or contract completion date.
- Recommend to the COTR/CM changes in the design, specification and schedule to accommodate conditions at construction site or to expedite construction.
- Enter daily reports of the contractor’s and sub-contractors’ work activities witnessed during site monitoring in PROLOG.
- Provide daily site photos to be linked to the inspector’s daily journal.
- Provide project coordination and construction quality assurance services for the technical aspect of the project.
- Maintains listings of observed defects and omissions. Provides copies of the initial listing to the COTR/CM. Whenever changes are made to the listing, provides copies of those changes to the COTR/CM.
- In the case of defective workmanship or non-compliance with the contract coordinates with the COTR/CM to work on corrective action to be taken.
- Maintains at the job site a current marked set of working drawing prints and specifications (obtained from the Government), indicating thereon all changes and deviations from original construction contract documents. Checks the marked set of documents and drawings and marked prints against those maintained by the construction contractor as changes occur: reconciles any differences. Upon completion of construction, delivers the marked set of documents and drawings to the COTR/CM.
- The Construction Inspectors will be supporting projects for the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) and will be working on building refurbishments.
- The Construction Inspector will have at least 5 years’ experience in Architectural MEP / FP and Civil codes and regulations in addition to currently having the OSHA 30 training.
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