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The assigned Construction Field Supervisor will be engaged in the project during the construction phase of Capital Construction Projects for overhead distribution lines through final commissioning and closeout phases. Below is list of activities the Field Supervisor may be involved in throughout the life cycle of a project from initiation to final commissioning and closeout.
Participate as a member of project teams to assist others in the development of project scope, project cost estimate, project schedule.
Participate on site field / scope visits
Assist others in developing schedule including critical paths
Assist others in developing detailed construction plans and identify outage requirements to implement new facilities.
Assist in developing construction contract bid packages; review responses and participates in vendor selection. Attend pre-bid meeting with contractors.
Participate in design constructability reviews
Participate in developing a detailed construction plan, which includes a list of outages, exact work dates, and construction resource requirements.
Confirm that contractors are in compliance with Client mandated safety training.
Coordinate with survey and soil boring crews as needed
Confirm all necessary permits from ROW and or Environmental groups are in place prior to the start of construction
Participate in Contractors Pre-Construction/Safety Kickoff meeting to outline what is expected of contractor
Ensure contractor inventories all material delivered to site. Work with contract design engineers when deficiencies are noted.
Safety – Tailboard conference attendance/review, JSA development/review, observations/hazard analysis.
Perform daily safety observations/hazard analysis, monitor contract crew members, monitor skills abilities of contractors for task, mental and physical state, public exposure, accident/incident reporting – document in company safety management system (AIRSWEB)
Monitor and report theft or illegal activity
Insure contractor activities do not compromise system reliability
Insure expected quality is achieved by contractor in field
Insure project work is maintainable by Client Grid Operations at end of project
Insure project work does not hamper the Grid Operations maintainability of existing equipment at site
Protect Client’s position in relation to environmental issues
Coordinate with Environmental Contractors on the sampling and removal of oil from devices taken out of service.
Coordinate with Client Environmental Group and specified Contractors on any environmental concern and/or clean-up activities due to spills of any type.
Coordinate with Client Environmental Group and specified Contractors on all Storm water Management activities.
Ensure that SWMPP is in installed and maintained as designed
Ensure that SPCC (Spill Prevention Controls & Countermeasures) are in effect and maintained properly.
Identifies and addresses all project safety hazards and environmental concerns. Responsible for monitoring and routine reporting on project construction schedule and cost.
Perform quality assurance checks during construction
Ensure that SWMS/Asset Data forms, and corresponding photos are completed for all equipment being installed and/or removed.
Monitor schedule and progress versus requested in service date