T.Y. Lin International

  • Resident Engineer

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Posted Date 6 months ago(7/16/2018 3:13 PM)
    Req No.
    Construction/Field Inspection
  • Overview

    The Resident Engineer will manage the daily observation of the contractor operations for Rail Transit and other Infrastructure Rehabilitation.


    • Oversee staff in the inspection of rail transit rehabilitation projects. Team’s work includes
    • Preparing inspection reports.
    • Performing observation of field testing and commissioning.
    • Review of shop drawings and specifications to assure proper installation of the items in the contract.
    • Review of change orders and issuance of recommendations.
    • Review of payment vouchers from contractor.
    • Maintenance quantities logs.
    • Response to RFI’s.
    • Prepare a punch list with the owner upon completion of the project.
    • Chair meetings and prepare minutes of meetings.
    • Review manning reports, payroll certifications and other labor documentation from the contractor.
    • Perform review of Contractor’s schedules, Baseline and updates, in coordination with CCM and NYCT project and program direction.
    • Review Contractor’s Work Plans
    • Monitor Contractor compliance with the Contractor’s Safety and Health Plan and with specific Safe Work Plans.
    • Monitor and ensure Contractor’s compliance with the approved Contractor’s Quality Plan.
    • Other duties as assigned.



    Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field.  10+ years of experience in resident engineer activities and managing construction field teams. Experience in MTA-New York City Transit, Metro North Railroad, NJ Transit or Long Island Railroad construction projects, Project Management Procedures (PMP’s) and Project Management Guidelines (PMG’s) familiarity a plus. Candidate must have the ability to drive.  OSHA 30 hour safety course certification required.




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