Saulsbury Industries


    Job Locations US-TX-Houston
    Posted Date 6 days ago(7/16/2018 9:25 AM)
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  • Overview

    Civil engineering lead and general Staff engineering team member for EPC projects from FEED through detailed engineering. Support proposal and estimating activities for EPC and FEED projects. Assist with the development and maintenance of Saulsbury general civil engineering tools, procedures and best practices.


    • Complies with Saulsbury, client, and industrial safety best practices.
    • Work within multi-disciplinary team of engineers and designers to execute design and engineering for related projects.
    • Candidate shall be able to review design deliverables for accuracy, assist in procurement activities, track quantities and generate progress reports.
    • Participate in model and constructability reviews.
    • Candidate shall be able to act as a Lead Civil Engineer or as a member of a Civil engineering team, working on the civil design of assigned engineering projects.
    • Support engineering deliverables for projects, working within strict budget and schedule constraints to execute the civil engineering scope.


    • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Master’s degree is a plus.
    • 10 + years’ experience in oil & gas production and/or LNG petroleum refining Civil & Structural engineering.
    • Affiliation/experience with Staad Pro, Microsoft Office, Bluebeam
    • Significant experience and thorough understanding of PIP, ACI, AISC and ASCE codes & standards.
    • PE licensure is required or obtain within a short period of time.
    • NCEES registration for multi-state licensing through reciprocity is a plus.
    • Minimal travel – may be required to visit construction work sites and remote client offices.
    • Ability to work together with Client and other Contract representatives as part of a group, the ability to accurately communicate ideas, instructions, questions, problems and solutions.


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