Burns & McDonnell
Wallingford, CT, United States
Civil Engineering, Engineering
Assistant Civil Engineer - Transmission & Distribution','190278','Civil Engineering','!*!Burns & McDonnell is seeking a Civil Engineer for our Wallingford, CT office. The Civil Engineer will work within a multi-discipline team to develop efficient and reliable design of Substation and Transmission Facilities in accordance with applicable industry codes and standards. Responsibilities may include but not limited to:Delivering accurate and thorough designs of a variety of complex structures that will meet industry and/ client standards and codes as applicable. Perform civil engineering quality reviews of peers and / or sub-consultants.Performing hand calculations applying proficiency in civil codes and standardsMaintaining and developing good working relationships with Clients. Monitoring and maintaining project commitments on design projects and coordinating design activities within the different disciplines of the Department. Other duties as assigned','!*!Bachelor's degree in civil engineering from accredited program. Completion of FE exam. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Excellent written & verbal communication skills. Previous consulting experience preferred.
EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans','Full-time','Yes, 10 % of the Time','US-CT-Wallingford','','*LIMB','Assistant Civil Engineer - Transmission & Distribution
Burns & McDonnell
Website : http://www.burnsmcd.com
We are a full-service engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting solutions firm, based in Kansas City, Missouri. Our multidisciplined staff of 5,300 includes engineers, architects, construction professionals, planners, estimators, economists, technicians and scientists, representing virtually all design disciplines. We plan, design, permit, construct and manage facilities all over the world, with one mission in mind: Make our clients successful. Our company got its start in 1898. Two new Stanford University engineering graduates — Clinton S. Burns and Robert E. McDonnell — sought a professional home base teeming with opportunity, a place to continue the partnership they forged while working for the city of Palo Alto, California. They chose Kansas City because it provided the most potential clients in a 200-mile radius — cities and towns in need of water and power systems to support growth.