• Senior Project Manager

    The primary function of this position is project delivery: to lead by providing management of various civil engineering projects with a primary focus on roadway projects. This includes engineering design and coordination functions, proposals, budgets, scheduling, client meetings, tracking, reporting, contracts, status reports, invoicing etc.

    This position will also have business development responsibilities including building and maintaining relationships with TxDOT, tolling agencies and other Municipalities throughout Texas.

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  • Senior Project Engineer – Stormwater

    The Senior Project Engineer – Stormwater is responsible for the technical execution of various stormwater design engineering and planning projects.  This position is primarily an engineering role but may have project/task management responsibilities.

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  • Senior Project Engineer

    The Senior Project Engineer is responsible for the technical execution of a variety of transportation engineering projects.   This position is primarily a technical role but may have project management responsibilities.

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  • CAD Designer

    We have an opportunity to grow and develop your career through exposure to multiple aspects of project development of transportation projects.  The Designer is a skilled position in the Transportation group and may have the opportunity to support other discipline areas for CAD needs, including Landscape Architecture and Water Resources.  You will work on various assignments alongside Project Engineers and a Project Manager to complete drafting and design tasks.  This position will also offer the opportunity to complete construction inspection of roadway and bridge projects on an as-needed basis.

    In this role, the Designer will assist in:

    • development of design plans for projects of varying complexity, ranging from pavement overlays to roundabout design
    • on an as-needed basis, complete construction inspection of road and bridge projects
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  • Office Engineer

    We are currently seeking an Office Engineer to support Civil engineering solutions to Shrewsberry’s municipal and industrial clients in Washington DC. Typical projects include facilities relating to construction services and water and wastewater services. The Office Engineer is responsible for overall project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, project accounting, and control while providing technical direction and ensuring compliance with quality standards. The Office Engineer’s responsibilities span a broad spectrum, covering all the areas of project management, including:  Project Planning, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Contract Administration, and Safety Management.

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  • Project Manager

    As part of our Transportation team, the Project Manager will utilize their knowledge and skills to support our project teams in the delivery of projects through planning and design.  Additional functions of this position include collaborating with business development leads and senior project management of various civil engineering projects.  This includes administrative functions, engineering functions, proposals, budgets, scheduling, client meetings, tracking, reporting, contracts, and status reports.

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  • Site Civil Project Engineer

    The purpose of this position is to be a part of our Landscape Architecture & Site / Civil Department. Our group performs design services for commercial, retail, institutional and recreational facilities, that include roadway, site, drainage systems, erosion and sediment control, and site utility infrastructure design aspects. These types of projects are taken from the conceptual to final design, and no through construction administration. The ability to work and interact with other design team members, clients, local planning boards and municipal engineers is essential. A proficiency in AutoCAD is required and Hydrologic/Hydraulic design software is preferred.
    To see some of our project experience, please visit the projects page of our website here.

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  • Stormwater Engineering Leader

    The Stormwater (SW) Engineering Leader will focus on establishing and developing this practice area into a center of excellence for SW and drainage design, with consistent high-quality project delivery.  This Leader will ensure QA/QC rigor on all project deliverables/submittals.  The SW Engineering Leader must strive to meet/exceed goals on business metrics goals for their SW/drainage pool of projects (e.g., utilization, A/R, WIP, etc.).  This Leader will also be engaged collaboratively on business development activities to increase the SW/drainage backlog.

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  • Transportation Project Manager

    The Project Manager provides project management oversight on transportation projects with a team of engineers.  The Project Manager acts as a project lead with complete responsibility for design and/or construction of transportation and municipal engineering projects including coordination, certification, management and client relations for government clients including the Indiana Department of Transportation, DPW, and various cities and counties. Responsible for productivity of project team and ensures projects are on time and on budget. Mentors and develops less experienced engineers and/or technical support and assists in developing a solid team.

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  • Senior Project Manager Water Resources

    The Senior Project Manager is responsible for managing water and wastewater projects of varying complexity, and ensuring all projects are delivered to internal and external in accordance with the agreed to scope, schedule and budget. This position also requires working with the Department Director on various business development activities. Such business development activities include serving as the technical lead for new proposals, operating as a client service manager to maintain existing relationships, generating new business opportunities, and assisting the Department Director with business development initiatives.

    The Senior Project Manager is expected to be technically proficient in water and wastewater engineering and serve as a technical resource for the Department.  While the Senior Project Manager may be able to delegate technical aspects of the project to subordinates or other members of the department, the Senior Project Manager may also be required to directly perform all technical aspects of water /wastewater projects assigned to them.  Additionally, the Senior Project Manger is expected to facilitate the necessary inter-disciplinary coordination within and outside the Department required to execute projects.

    The Senior Project Manager must recognize the expected level of detail required at each phase of engineering design and take the appropriate steps to execute the design to the appropriate level of detail, and in a manner that minimizes risk to the firm.

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  • Senior Project Manager

    The primary function of this position is project delivery lead, providing project management of various civil engineering projects with a primary focus on roadway work. This includes engineering design and coordination functions, proposals, budgets, scheduling, client meetings, tracking, reporting, contracts, status reports, invoicing etc.

    This position will also have business development responsibilities including building and maintaining relationships with CDOT, CCD, and other Municipalities throughout Colorado.

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  • Autocad Technician

    As part of our team, you will use your drafting and modeling experience to support Civil engineering solutions to Shrewsberry’s municipal and industrial clients. Typical projects include facilities relating to construction services and water and wastewater services.

    This role will support the Potomac River Tunnel in the next major phase of the DC Clean Rivers Project. The project consists of a large-diameter deep sewer tunnel, diversion facilities, drop shafts, and support structures to capture flows from existing combined sewer overflows (CSOs) along the Potomac River and convey them to the Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plan for treatment.

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  • Senior Manager

    The primary function of this position is business development lead and senior project management of various civil engineering projects.  This includes administrative functions, engineering functions, proposals, budgets, scheduling, client meetings, tracking, reporting, contracts, and status reports. This position will have business development responsibilities for developing a market for Shrewsberry services throughout Washington, DC, as well as other geographic areas as assigned.  This position will require periodic travel to other Shrewsberry offices and potential markets.

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  • Senior Project Engineer

    The Senior Project Engineer is responsible for technical execution of a variety of transportation engineering projects.  This position is primarily a technical role but may have project management responsibilities.

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  • Roadways Project Manager

    The Project Manager provides project management oversight on transportation projects with a team of engineers.  The Project Manager acts as a project lead with complete responsibility for design and/or construction of transportation and municipal engineering projects including coordination, certification, management and client relations for government clients including the Indiana Department of Transportation, Indiana DPW, and various cities and counties. Responsible for productivity of project team and ensures projects are on time and on budget. Mentors and develops less experienced engineers and/or technical support and assists in developing a solid team.

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  • Project Manager

    The Project Manager is responsible for seeing that the project is constructed in accordance with the approved plans and specifications.

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  • Project Manager

    The position will perform professional level project management, working on projects from inception to completion by managing and coordinating departmental projects which includes organizing, administering, and monitoring one or more projects.

    Project management includes developing a project plan, defining project goals and objectives, specifying tasks, determining how goals will be achieved and what resources are needed, and associating budgets and timelines for completion. It also includes implementing the project plan along with careful controls to stay on the “critical path” that is to ensure the plan is being managed according to the plan. Project management usually follows major phases including project planning, implementation, evaluation, and support/maintenance.

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  • Project Engineer

    We have an opportunity to grow and develop your career through exposure to all aspects of project development of transportation projects.  This position offers the opportunity to develop technical problem-solving and leadership skills, supporting your long-term career goals.   The experienced gained through exposure to each phase of project development will enhance your skills as you transition into a leadership role focused on a specific area.

    In this role, the Project Engineer will assist in:

    • Completing assessment of roadways and drainage structures
    • Development of design plans for projects of varying complexity, ranging from pavement overlays to roundabout design
    • Complete construction inspection of road and bridge projects
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  • Landscape Architect

    The Landscape Architect will work closely with an integrated team on designs transforming the public realm within urban spaces and the built environment, and as stewards of the natural environmental systems. They ultimately strive to exceed the client needs while providing innovative and aesthetically pleasing places for people to enjoy, while ensuring that changes to the natural environment are appropriate, sensitive and sustainable.

    The diverse project locations embraces both urban and rural settings, that range from designing the layout of parks, trails, and low impact developments utilizing sustainable practices; to urban design, downtown revitalization, sport sites and redevelopment of land affected by industry and infrastructure.

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  • Field Engineer

    The primary function of this position is to serve as the Field Engineer in support of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) Regional Transit Center Phases 2,3,4,5, and 7 Project.  The position will primarily support RFTA’s Construction Manager.

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  • Construction Inspector

    This position will work on a variety of QA projects in the Denver area.

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  • Construction Administrator/Engineer

    The primary function of this position is to serve as the Construction Administrator/Engineer in support of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) Regional Transit Center Phases 2,3,4,5, and 7 Project.  The position will primarily support RFTA’s Design Build Manager.

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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.