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Lead Roadway Project Manager

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    Orlando, FL

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    Curtis Duguid

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    about 2 months ago

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We are seeking a Project Manager/Lead Roadway Engineer with 10+ years of professional experience to be part of a leading national firm’s Transportation team in Orlando.


In this position you will manage transportation design projects for clients such as FDOT and municipalities. A strong background in Florida roadway design engineering is required as well as understanding of and coordination with multiple other disciplines including roadway drainage, structures, and survey to name a few. The candidate will work in a fast-paced engineering environment where projects may be derived from many delivery methods including conventional publicly bid projects and design build.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage/develop engineering designs including geometric alignments, profiles, cross sections, construction and maintenance of traffic details.
  • Grow and manage a team of engineers in Orlando and coordinate with various disciplines both internally and externally.
  • Pursue additional work from existing and new clients while being responsible for meeting with clients, preparing pursuit materials and coordinating with required discipline leads


Job Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree in engineering, masters degree is a strong plus;
  • Demonstrated 10 years of experience in engineering and project management
  • Florida professional engineering registration,
  • Highway design lead experience ideal,
  • FDOT district 5 experience required,
  • Proficiency in Microstation and Geopak required,
  • Ability to lead winning project pursuits including letter of interest preparation, presentation development and presentation skills (interviews, question & answer sessions, leading presentations);