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Associate Engineer

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Founded in 1890, The Lane Construction Corporation is one of America’s leading construction companies, specializing in heavy civil construction services and products in the transportation, infrastructure, and energy industries. Lane has a unique combination of capabilities including public-private partnerships/innovative financing and joint ventures; large, complex design-build and bid-build projects; as well as the ability to produce and install asphalt, aggregates, and concrete. Lane Worldwide Infrastructure, Inc., an affiliate of The Lane Construction Corporation, manages Lane’s International Operations, which develops transportation and infrastructure projects in the Middle East.

Lane’s 5,600 employees team with customers and partners on diverse projects including highways, bridges, racetracks, mass transit, and airport systems, and the development of energy resources. With expertise in the fields of engineering, procurement, and construction project management, Lane has the proven capacity to handle multiple, large-scale projects and to quickly mobilize resources to staff any project. The company provides the resources, innovative solutions, and emphasis on safety and quality control that produce high-quality results. Headquartered in Cheshire, Connecticut, Lane has annual revenues of more than $1.7 billion. Lane is owned by global construction leader, Salini Impregilo. For more information, visit www.laneconstruct.com.

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The Associate Engineer handles both office and field responsibilities to meet plant requirements. Engineers experience the variety of departments within project operations.
 Responsibilities may include:

• Assist in the scheduling and planning of project activities
• Prepare cost and time estimates to help in arriving at tentative project budgets
• Submittal, quantities/procurement, and general scheduling at the job site
• Site visits and investigations as needed
• Resolve onsite conflicts between design plans and onsite conditions
• Track job quantities and costs during work activities
• Coordinate with third party utility providers to ensure all utilities are identified and located prior to work
• Ensure all safety & environmental codes, standards, and acceptable practices are adhered to at all times
• Develop/maintain relationships with subcontractors

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