Bridge Engineer

Company Name:
Gannett Fleming
Gannett Fleming is a global planning, design, and construction management firm with more than 60 offices worldwide. Founded in 1915, we have fostered a culture of service and innovation with approximately 2,000 diverse and talented professionals. Consistently ranked among the nation's most prestigious
firms, we provide multi-discipline engineering
, including civil, transportation, environmental, structural, and construction management. We are committed to amaze our clients by providing customized solutions that improve our communities and sustain the world - from award-winning roadways to vital environmental systems to patented technology.

Our Bridge Group in our Columbus, OH office is seeking a dynamic Bridge Engineer join our team!

Perform engineering design tasks for bridge projects from preliminary to final design
Develop specifications, cost estimates, and prepare final bid packages
Interact with Gannett Fleming project teams
Complete tasks with multi-disciplined teams
Prepare reports required by the project development process
Prepare plans required for the construction of projects
Perform bridge inspections and write inspections reports
Perform construction inspections

Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering is required; Master's Degree is preferred
Must have 2-4 years of related brdige design and bridge inspection experience
Familiarity with AASHTO Bridge Design Standards
Prior experience with
Department of Transportation projects highly desired
Knowledge of and experience using CADD/Design Software (MicroStation and GeoPak) required
Strong basic knowledge of the bridge plan development and detailing preferred
Knowledge of and experience using AutoCAD is as plus
Strong verbal and oral communication skills required
Must be self-motivated

Gannett Fleming is an Equal Opportunity Employer NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

Unsolicited resumes from third party agencies will not be accepted.

transportation engineers, bridge, design engineers, transit, ODOT

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