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State/Territory: Maryland Employment Type Full Time Hourly
Associates Degree or BA/BS preferred in Civil Engineering or Survey Technology.
Minimum of three (3) year of experience in layout of structure (i.e. bridges or other structures) and roadway (and land) surveying preferred. Knowledge of excel and GPS machine control.
Proficient in calculations for geometry and quantities (i.e., bridge or other structures).
Must be able to travel extensively.
Wagman is a fourth generation, family owned general contracting business serving the Mid-Atlantic and Southern Regions out of offices in Pennsylvania and Virginia. Wagman Heavy Civil's core competencies include: design-build, bridges, structures, marine, modified concrete and geotechnical services.
We are currently looking for an entry level Surveyor to support our Heavy Civil jobs in the NOVA area.
Job duties and responsibilities include:
Coordinate survey operations to support all field operations
Plan and perform necessary stakeout work for each operation of construction on the project.
Must schedule layout work so that no crew is waiting on a stake-out
Determine degree of accuracy of stake-out in conjunction with requirements of the operation (i.e. piling vs. beam layout) and capabilities of the crew leader, group leader, or foreman performing the operation.
Records all stakeout work in project field books for future reference.
Must operate the various instruments in performance of stake-out duties.