Project Engineer, Land Development Salary
The average pay for a Project Engineer, Land Development is $60,150 per year.
|Salary||$42,412 - $83,439|
|Bonus||$0.00 - $29,361|
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|$42,864 - $85,173|
Job Description for Project Engineer, Land Development
Project engineers in land development are tasked with working outdoors in built environments, including traffic stops, landscaping, and commercial projects, and are entrusted with the responsibilities of planning, constructing, maintaining, and operating infrastructures necessary to urban public health.Read More...
Project engineers in land development should have a bachelor's degree in civil engineering or a related field and at least five years of commercial project management experience. They must also be able to organize and delegate tasks to teams of five employees or more. Ideal project engineers should have strong communication and project-planning skills to work well with recurring clients and customers, and maintenance experience, the ability to adapt to quick changes, and multitasking to facilitate multiple projects at once are also important in this position.
The responsibilities of a project engineer in land development include bidding and contracting in commissions, reporting and documenting daily tasks, and developing and executing plans for outdoor construction projects, including public works, offices, and general landscaping to improve transportation of vehicles or people. They must be able to review equipment and ensure it is working properly on a daily basis, as well as oversee and coordinate engineers, site project teams, and various site contractors. They should also monitor statistical trends in land development, participate in data analysis to improve operations, estimate resource requirements, and communicate efficiently with other contracting companies to meet these requirements. Customer services skills and intuition to understand customers' wants and needs are also important, and those in this position typically work during regular weekly business hours. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Project Engineer, Land Development Tasks
- Utilize engineering knowledge for construction project management; estimate timelines and schedules; anticipate risks and costs related to the technical aspects of the project.
- May be responsible for bid analysis, constructability reviews, and permit processing.
- Coordinate and communicate between various sites and teams; supervise and train construction project staff as needed.
- Plan and organize construction engineering projects from conception to completion.
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