Implements Contractor Project Quality Control Plan during field work to verify that incoming materials and work performed by subcontractors complies with the contract statement of work, drawings, specifications and submittal requirements.
Site QC Manager responsibilities include developing inspection plans for work performed by subcontractors, conducting three phase control inspections preparatory, Initial, and Follow-up inspections, conduct QC meetings with the client, reviewing and approving submittals, inspecting incoming material, conducting daily field QC inspections, verifying tests are performed and meet the specifications and writing daily QC reports. Documents rework and nonconforming work that does not meet contract. Verifies corrective action implementation. Reports to the program quality assurance manager. Interfaces and communicates with customer quality assurance personnel.
Possess a 4 year degree from accredited college or university program in one of the following disciplines: Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, Engineering Technology, Building Construction, or Building Science, with a minimum of 10 years' experience as a Project Superintendent, QC Manager, Project Manager, Project Engineer or Construction Manager. Previous experience implementing the USACE/NAVFAC construction quality management (CQM) process for construction activities associated with the repair and maintenance of tanks and fueling systems, such as those summarized below: 1. Tank rehabilitation. Work consists of construction, repairing, replacing and upgrading coatings, worn components, corrosion and deficiency to the tank systems necessary to make the tank fully functional for support of mission requirements. Components typically include valves, pumps, piping, controls, dikes/berms, structural components (shell/tank bottom), life safety and fire safety systems. 2. Tank cleaning prior to API 653 inspection and upgrades. Work includes cleaning to remove residual fuel products, water/sludge removal and preparation of tank for API 653 inspection. 3. API 653 Inspections and repairs. Tank inspections determine condition of tank. The inspection report documents current conditions and requirements for servicing, repairs and upgrades. 4. Fuel receipt, pipeline and transfer facilities construction, repair, upgrade or replacement. 5. Fuel dispensing facilities construction, repair, upgrade or replacement. 6. Construction of fuels support facilities and infrastructure. 7. Demolition of fuel facilities and components. 8. Construction and repair of facilities with high potential for environmental release. 9. Construction, repair and upgrade of facilities to maintain environmental or safety compliance. 10. Construction and repairs to fuel related facilities include infrastructure, and facilities in direct support of the fuel receipt, transfer, quality control, equipment maintenance, and dispensing systems. 11. Construction of Pre-Fabricated metal buildings, 12. Familiar with concrete placement for structural slabs, metal support systems, Drywall installation, Fire suppression systems, CMU erection, and finishes. 13. must be familiar with the requirements of EM 385-1-1, and have experience in the areas of hazard identification, safety compliance, and sustainability.
CB&I Federal Services (CFS) provides federal government clients with comprehensive environmental and infrastructurerelated services including remediation and restoration; engineering, procurement and construction; facilities maintenance and operations; program management; and emergency response and disaster recovery.