TransitNEXT is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SNC-Lavalin. SNC-Lavalin is pleased to announce that TransitNEXT, has reached financial close on the Trillium Line Extension project. As the sole proponent in the TransitNEXT team, SNC-Lavalin will design, build, finance and maintain the new extension, and will also assume responsibility for the long-term maintenance of the existing Trillium Line.
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The Bridge Construction Superintendent is responsible for the supervision of the construction of bridges on the project. He or she is will be responsible to supervise crews and subcontractors and coordinate the work with the other trades on the project. The Bridge Construction Superintendent will report to the General Superintendent and work with the Bridge Field Engineer to ensure that the work complies with the safety policies, budget and schedule.
- Develop construction work methods for the implementation of the caissons, columns, girders, deck and other ancillary elements for new bridge construction
- Supervise the rehabilitation and upgrade of existing bridge structures
- Direct all field personnel and subcontractors to achieve completion of project on schedule, within budget, with quality workmanship that conforms to plans and specifications
- Review and understand project drawings and identify potential changes required
- Promote and enforce safety and environmental SNC-Lavalin policies and procedures
- Supervise and mentor construction crews
- Coordinate material deliveries
- Order and maintain in good order all tools
- Communicate with clients, subcontractors, architects, stakeholders, engineers and project delivery team
- Plan equipment rental or purchase
- Coordinate survey crews and technical team with the construction schedule
- Prepare 3-week schedule and integrate with the overall project schedule with the project team
- Coordinate the sequence of work with the other trades on the project like retaining civil construction and systems installation
- Keep logs of site activity and report issues in a timely manner to the Construction Manager
- Ensure that the quality standards are met and generate NCRs and deficiency lists as required
- Maintain proper site tidiness, access, fencing and signage
- 15 years in a supervisory role on bridge construction projects
- Experience on multidisciplinary projects is an asset
- Demonstrate knowledge in standard bridge erection methodologies
- Effectiveness in Microsoft Office and other applications used on the project
- Excellent communication and leadership skills
- Must hold a valid driver’s license
Appropriate accommodations will be provided upon request throughout the recruitment and hiring process as required by Company policy and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Successful applicants will be notified about SNC-Lavalin’s accommodation policies at the time the employment offer is extended, and the information will be shared with new personnel during the onboarding process.
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