Project Engineer

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   Project engineers are paired with superintendents in this management training program, spending at least one year in the field and training to succeed as an assistant project manager or assistant superintendent.


  • Client Development and Management – interface and coordinate with building management as directed by superintendent
  • Organizational Skills – set up and maintain job site office and records, including project directory, subcontractor directory, submittal logs, RFI logs, and subcontractor correspondence, maintains all site construction documents, and fills out and maintains daily reports.
  • Construction Operations – installs proper site signage and postings, directs installation of building and site protection, assists in field work, takes responsibility for and manages specific construction tasks assigned to them, and assists superintendent.
  • Subcontractor Relations – sets up and runs subcontractor foreman’s meeting when directed by the superintendent.
  • Project Planning and Safety – makes periodic updates to the project schedule as directed, assists in the inspection process and executes the inspections within the project’s jurisdiction, assists in the implementation of BPGS’s corporate safety program and applies it on the job site, conducts weekly safety meetings and toolbox talks when directed, and completes all required safety reports when directed.
  • Corporate Culture – maintains a neat appearance in accordance with corporate policies at all times when representing BPGS, upholds the respect of their peers in all business dealings, and participates actively in corporate functions.


  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, architectural engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, or mechanical engineering and/or a equivalent combination of experience and continuing education.


Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.