The primary responsibilities of a principal structural engineer include designing new telecommunication sites, designing new equipment load frames and antenna support structures, and determining the nature and scope of projects. They are also in charge of evaluating existing structures and certifying their integrity, as well as preparing structural plans, calculations and specifications. Additionally, principal structural engineers must communicate with customers, clients, and product suppliers, as well as oversee and manage projects and project staff.
Principal Engineer, Structural Tasks
Assist with analysis, evaluation and assessment leading to development of recommendations for system and process improvements.
Analyze feed, product or equipment specifications and performance requirements to determine appropriate designs and processes.
Analyze evaluations and quality assessments for proper implementation of programs, systems specifications and quality standards.