Lake Mary, FL 32746
- The Estimator will prepare estimates for use in planning, organizing and scheduling work.
- Analyze drawings and other documents to prepare time, cost, materials and labor estimates.
- Conduct periodic site visits to confirm work methods and work approaches are consistent with the estimate.
- Assess project cost performance by tracking actuals against contractor bids or the project estimate.
- Communicate with engineering, construction or sub-contractors on proposed changes and adjustments to cost estimates.
- Prepare cost reports and projections as requested by management.
- Establish cost monitoring and reporting mechanism and procedures.
- Establish a mechanism to continuously update cost and man-hour databases.
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Construction Management or 15 years of relevant field experience preferred.
- 10 or more years of Estimating Electric Utility Experience
- Electrical Substation (69/115/230/500 KV)
- Transmission Lines (69/115/230/500 KV)
- Electrical Substation Construction experience a huge plus!
- Protection & Control Relaying
- SAGE Estimating software would be a huge plus
- MUST be a team player
- Local candidates preferred
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