Airport Construction, Construction Trades (All), Project Management
2 Year Degree
CVG is seeking a qualified and experienced construction inspector for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility (CONRAC) Construction Project. The primary project elements at this stage include Building Construction and some roadway. (List of buildings: quick turn around facility, including multilevel fueling system, ready return parking garage, ground transportation center, and customer service building). The construction estimate is +/-$180 million dollars. CVG has hired Messer Construction as the Construction Manager at risk firm for this project. Construction is scheduled to start the 1st quarter 2018 with facility commissioning and opening estimated 2nd quarter 2021.
CVG has contracted with PGAL for design and construction administration/inspection services. This position will act as the owner’s representative ensuring that all aspects of construction are completed in accordance with plans and specifications and in the best interest of CVG supplementing construction inspection services provided by PGAL.
The position is a long term assignment, and the term of the position is expected to terminate upon completion of the project.
This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the needs of the department.
Reviews plans and specifications and sites for construction projects.
Inspects, monitors and investigates construction activities related to compliance with plans and specifications, submittals and applicable regulations.
Enforces policies and procedures related to permits, dust control, erosion control, and other applicable site specific construction requirements for each project.
Maintains logs, records, record drawings (as-builts) and construction progress reports, within the projects filing structure.
Completes project daily reports on multiple jobs.
Measures and documents installed work.
Reviews and makes recommendations to the Project Manager/Engineer and others for solutions of special construction issues and site conditions.
Schedules and coordinates activities related to utility shut downs, construction surveys, soil and material testing and other services or materials.
Coordinates construction and inspection services in cooperation with contractors and other agencies.
Develops project tracking methodology to ensure tracking consistency from project to project.
Participates in construction project requirements definition and planning from a construction tracking perspective.
Assists the Project Manager/Engineer, as applicable, to create spreadsheets to track costs against actual expenses for construction projects; helps evaluate change requests; contributes with invoice review and percent complete.
Inspects work on airport construction projects ensuring compliance with plans, specifications and FAA requirements.
Prepares and reviews construction reports and correspondence.
Maintains a complete and updated file of facility and field record drawings, including as-built drawings of construction projects and tenant construction drawings.
Provides technical evaluation of vendor bids and reviews vendor drawings.
Verfies safe work practices are undertaken.
Supports quality compliance and control.
Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.
Coordinate and track special inspections.
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
Construction Inspector Level III
This is the advanced level inspector position. Positions in this class are full functioning inspectors performing a full range of construction inspection assignments. The inspector exercises considerable independent judgement in applying and interpreting plans and specifications, and policies and procedures to specific situations. Works with the Senior Program and Construction Manager to schedule and assign inspectors based on complexity of job, priority, schedule and experience of inspector. Oversees the Planning & Development’s Department Safety functions.
Associate’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related field to the area of assignment and twelve years of construction inspection experience in the area of construction projects, pavement, structures, buildings, rehabilitation projects and inspection of large capital improvement programs or related experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
Requires OSHA 30-hour Construction Training Certification or ability to complete within six months.
Construction Inspector Level II
This is the experienced level inspector position. Positions in this class perform similar duties as the Construction Inspector Level III. However, this level is not expected to function with the same amount of work knowledge, skill level or discretion and judgement as positions allocated to Level III.
Associate’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related field to the area of assignment and seven years of construction inspection experience in the area of construction projects, pavement, structures, buildings, rehabilitation projects and inspection of large capital improvement programs or related experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
Requires OSHA 10-hour Construction Training Certification or ability to complete within six months.
Maintain Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) clearance.
Valid Drivers license. Maintain ability to drive on the AOA.
Working knowledge of the construction industry, inspections and project tracking;
Construction management and scheduling;
Construction inspection experience on large multi-disciplined complex construction projects;
Construction inspection experience on projects that utilized construction manager at risk delivery method;
Construction CSI Format and Divisions of work;
FAA requirements and applicable safety and security rules/regulations;
Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) regulations regarding construction projects;
OSHA construction requirements;
Kentucky Department of Highways (KDOH or equivalent Department of Transportation) practices;
Airport safety, security and compliance for construction projects;
New and trending construction materials, methods, equipment and activities;
Construction Means and Methods;
Knowledge of Operational readiness and project closeout.
Demonstrated skill in reading and understanding plans, blueprints, and submittals;
Clearly and effectively communicating, and advocating, both orally and in writing;
Use of a variety of computer-based technologies including word processing, and spreadsheets and CAD knowledge and skills to perform a multitude of drawing and exhibit platforms;
Establishing and maintaining effective, fair, cooperative, collaborative and respectful relationships with internal and external colleagues, peers, work teams and work groups;
Budgets and schedule development.
ADA AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Positions in this class typically require: standing, walking, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions. Ability to work in inclement weather conditions; climb ladders; and walk fair distances off pavement on a daily basis.
Medium Work: exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
About Kenton County Airport Board
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has a long history of providing first-class air service, unparalleled efficiency and excellent customer service. Behind the exceptional service and outstanding facilities found at CVG is a team, the Kenton County Airport Board, owner and operator of CVG, dedicated to making the airport among the best in the world. One can see this commitment in the safe, well-maintained facilities, in the cleanliness of the terminals, and in the overall beauty of the airport grounds. Visit our website, www.cvgairport.com to learn more.