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Senior Structural Bridge Engineer

Job Description STV, a national consulting engineering, architectural and planning firm seeks experienced individuals interested in joining Milford, Connecticut office within our Transportation & Infrastructure Division. We are seeking a Senior Structural Bridge Engineer to perform bridge design, inspection and ratings for highway and railroad structures to work in our Milford, CT office. Primary responsibilities will include: 10+ years of experience in design & analysis of new and existing bridges, including rehabilitation design, stations and transportation facilities Construction document production, including drawings and specifications Participating in bridge condition inspections and inspections of other transportation related structures, and inspection report preparation Bridge load ratings Review of shop drawings Required Skills: Bachelor's Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering (Master's Degree preferred) Experience with CT DOT is a plus Individual will perform design calculations, develop plan details/layouts using CAD, quantity take offs, specification writing and other technical report writing. Experience in analysis and design of bridges, including rehabilitation design Experience in hands-on bridge inspection Excellent written and oral communication skills STV is a dynamic, growing, 100% employee-owned firm with competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefit package, including continuing education/professional registration assistance, 401(k) and a company-funded pension plan. STV is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. 4105-872
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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