Estimator - San Antonio

  • Job type

  • Location

    San Antonio
  • Profession

  • Industry

  • Pay

    $85,000 - 95,000 + Benefits
  • Closing date

    31 May 2024

With Heavy Civil experience

Your new company

You'll be part of one of the biggest heavy civil general contractors in the country.

As a Heavy Civil Estimator, you’ll play a crucial role in the construction industry. Your responsibilities will include:

Project Estimation:
  • Prepare accurate estimates for heavy civil construction projects, which may range from highways and bridges to water treatment facilities.
  • Collaborate with the construction team to assess change orders and claims.
  • Conduct quantity take-offs from project drawings.
  • Incorporate addendums to plans and specifications into ongoing estimates.

Cost Analysis and Budgeting:
  • Review cost estimates provided by others to ensure compliance with project plans, specifications, and site conditions.
  • Analyze sub-trade quotations and liaise with subcontractors for clarification.
  • Determine labor rates and equipment costs.
  • Prepare budgets and buyout plans.
Value Engineering and Risk Assessment:
  • Provide value engineering options and associated costs.
  • Identify risk areas and bring them to the attention of risk management.
  • Review job cost reports to improve estimating processes.
Bid Preparation and Presentation:
  • Assemble bid estimates based on the original schedule.
  • Monitor trade publications for project leads.
  • Prepare bid bond applications.
  • Create bid presentations for senior management.
Qualifications and Skills:
  • Minimum of 15 years of heavy civil construction experience in a construction and/or estimating role.
  • Thorough understanding of the heavy civil construction industry.
  • The ability to read and interpret plans and specifications for heavy civil projects.

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Talk to Carlos Sierra, the specialist consultant managing this position

Located in Houston, Suite 1110, 5718 Westheimer RoadTelephone:  8326483164