The Internship for Engineering is a positive and inquisitive person that will assist in the responsibilities related to the design, fabrication, and installation of architectural and structural building systems. Working as part of an integrated team within a specific business unit, they learn how to apply engineering, project management, problem-solving, and communication skills across all levels and disciplines within the organization.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals to perform the essential functions.
- Exercise a high level of professionalism and confidentiality when working with staff, projects and proprietary information.
- Learn and assist with initial activities pertaining to the Design Phase, including, but not limited to, submittal drawings, design approvals, reinforcement drawings, and miscellaneous metal drawings.
- Learn and assist with manufacturing-related activities pertaining to the Production Phase, including, but not limited to assisting with shop drawings, how to ensure purchase of all required materials, maintaining a casting schedule and performing quality checks.
- Learn and assist with field-related activities pertaining to the Erection Phase, including, but not limited to preparing crane studies, rigging diagrams, coordinating shipping and field manpower requirements while ensuring erection quality and performance to plan and budget.
- Learn and assist with general project management duties, including, but not limited to issue identification and resolution, coordinating requested procedure submittals, escalating issues as necessary, and monitoring contract specifications, budget, and time commitments.
- Other duties as assigned.