resident engineer


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resident engineer

A person representing the owner’s interests at the project site during the construction phase; a term frequently used on projects in which a governmental agency is involved. Also see owner’s inspector.
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Previously, he was an assistant resident engineer for a national engineering organization, working on major subway tunnel and airport construction projects in the New York area.
She currently serves as resident engineer on San Francisco's Central Subway Tunneling Project, responsible for administration of the $233 million construction contract for 1.
Purvey said: "It is a very sophisticated piece of machinery and we did experience a few teething troubles, common in small companies like ours with no resident engineer, however, we are getting used to it and can now happily turn out 10,000 bags per day.
Highlights of his responsibilities as a resident engineer with ADOT include construction of some of the final projects on the 2,500- mile-long Interstate 10, as well as the regional freeway system in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Left alone in the Curzon Street offices, I answered a telephone call from the resident engineer at Birmingham airport.
Strait worked for the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities as an intern for two summers as a resident engineer and construction manager.
Colin Prior, resident engineer for Leonard and Partners, working on the new market hall, was busy with a camera four years earlier than Mike.
I was the resident engineer responsible for the construction of this subway, and also the Butts radial spur road up to the Inner Ring Road in about 1964 or 1965.
He showed a natural gift for mending and inventing machines and slowly rose to become the colliery's resident engineer.
A spokesman said: "A resident engineer monitors and adjusts temperatures as necessary.
We're filling in that gap so, in the future, it will be possible to add more lanes,'' said Jagdish Patel, senior resident engineer for the California Department of Transportation.
Mr Steve Copley, resident engineer for Wolverhampton Council's structural consultants WS Atkins, said: "The car park was examined just about a month ago and found to be structurally unsound.

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