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Project Type: The project consists of repairing damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria on PR-10 between kms 41.6 and 47.5. The work includes embankment reconstruction, reinforced soil slope systems construction, drainage systems installation, landslide stabilizations, gabion retaining wall systems, soil nailing walls, box culvert construction, pavement restoration, pavement marking placement, removal and replacement of guardrails, maintenance of traffic and temporary traffic control, construction of multi-span bridges, and other miscellaneous work.
Responsibilities: One (1) Qualified Inspector, Level III to performs inspections of traffic control, environmental controls, layout, construction methods and materials, and all issues concerning the construction of the project. Determines the acceptability of the day‐to‐day work performed by the contractor. Review and recommend accepting or rejecting daily reports submitted by the contractor. The CI‐III shall verify that procedures are in conformance with the approved Quality Control Plan and established procedures, reviews material submittals and testing procedures and results for conformance to the contract and updates the project Material Register. CI‐III will measure, and records quantities of materials placed, performs takeoffs to determine conformance with required quantity amounts. May be required to assist with the finalization of quantities for the monthly progress estimate. The CI‐III may be required to maintain the daily project diary, complete Inspector’s Daily Reports (IDR), and other forms as required. The CI-III must be able to coordinate and schedule the efforts of others and must be proficient on the internet, Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, and Primavera or other scheduling software.
Two (2) Qualified Inspector, Level II to performs inspections of traffic control, environmental controls, layout, construction methods and materials, and all issues concerning the construction of the project. Determines the acceptability of the day-to-day work performed by the contractor. The CI-II will review and recommend accepting or rejecting daily reports submitted by the contractor, performs inspection of the contractor’s quality control procedures and material testing, and verifies that procedures are in conformance with the approved Quality Control Plan and established procedures. The CI-II must also be able to reviews material testing procedures and results for conformance to the contract and measures quantities of materials placed. The CI-II may be required to perform sampling and/or in-place testing of soil, aggregate base, concrete, and asphalt concrete pavement.
Experience: Inspectors should have experience working on Bridge construction, construction of earth retaining structures including reinforced concrete walls, gabions, MSE, RSS, roadway excavation & fill, temporary traffic control implementation and maintenance of traffic, erosion and sedimentation control, and other miscellaneous heavy highway construction and related project inspection work. Experience working with EFLHD FP-14 and/or PRHTA standards and specifications is preferred. Inspector should be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Excel, word, etc...) and Adobe Acrobat (pdf). Bilingual (Spanish) candidates preferred; be able to read, write and speak Spanish, at a minimum, the ability to make oneself understood to all Spanish speaking individuals.
Duration: This is a long-term project expected to be completed November 2025.