Watergate Community Association is interested in partnering with the University to offer a select group of your engineering students the opportunity to observe and assist on upcoming construction projects at our property, Watergate Commons in Emeryville. We work with a number of different Architectural and Engineering groups throughout the region and have several ongoing projects that potentially offer a student a “real world” experience into how a project goes together, progresses and is “closed out”. Our property has several interesting engineering challenges that require calculations and documentation in the engineering field including; structures built on unstable ground, structures with post tension slabs, salt air impact on structural and architectural elements.
The person would be working with the Construction Manager and the Assistant Construction Manager in this position. They would act as an assistant to these two positions and be assigned work on specific projects. The duties would include some or all of the following;
·document work progress
·seek / provide information as to specifications and drawings
·review and note addendums and change order details
·coordinate/ follow the structural engineers
· draft owner related documents (RFI’s, RFQ’S ) relevant to the work
·job costing and financial analysis
This opportunity is potentially a part time paid position and the pay will be based on an agreed amount with the educator(s) supporting the endeavor. We are willing to have more than one student working with us at a time based on the number of upcoming projects. Our current projects include;
·Sewer and Drainage replacement
·Post tension cable replacement
·Seismic preparedness / rehabilitation from minor quakes
·Soil and land degradation recovery
Please contact Greg Collins at email@example.com or 510-428-0118 to apply or for further questions.