Project Engineer – Water & Wastewater

Project Engineer – Water & Wastewater

About Bluegrass Engineering, PLLC

Bluegrass Engineering, PLLC was formed in 2017 in the heart of the Bluegrass in Georgetown, Kentucky. We focus on placing a priority on providing our clients with personal, professional and dependable engineering solutions. Over the years, we have established ourselves by providing our clients dependable solutions for infrastructure expansion, rehabilitation and improvements. We work with our clients to provide options to meet their needs at the local level and what is best for their community.

Project Engineer Responsibilities

The primary duties of the Project Engineer include creating detailed designs of water and wastewater treatment facilities, distribution and collection systems, supporting implementation of infrastructure improvements through construction phase services, and supporting and performing asset inventory of existing water and wastewater treatment plants, collection system or distribution systems. More specific design responsibilities include preparing plans for water and wastewater systems, calculations, writing specifications, analysis and study-level reports for water and wastewater treatment, distribution, and collection systems, determining appropriate design methods, equipment sizing and selection and working directly with the owner and other project stakeholders. More specific construction phase responsibilities include serving as owner’s representative, coordination of inspection/observation activities, review and response to shop drawings, submittals, requests for clarification and other construction related correspondence, coordination of startup, commissioning and acceptance activities.

Other responsibilities will include:

• Create detailed designs of water and wastewater treatment, lift stations, booster stations and collection/distribution systems, including plans and specifications, site layouts, and sizing of equipment.
• Prepare cost opinions, life cycle cost analyses, process calculations, hydraulic analysis (pressure & open channel) and technical documents.
• Prepare process and civil design drawings and coordinate with CADD technicians for construction plans development.
• Provide Construction Administration and technical project oversight during construction and project closeout.

Project Engineer – Required Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent major
• 5 or more years of experience in design and construction administration
• PE in Kentucky or ability to obtain within 12 months.
• Self-motivated, able to work independently and with a project team to completion of a task
• An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our team.

Compensation package will include health, life, AD&D, STD, and LTD insurance, matching 401(k), generous holiday and PTO days, and a great framework for team-oriented professionals to grow in their career. Salary will be based upon experience.