Fluor Marine Propulsion (FMP) – Bettis Laboratory, located in West Mifflin, PA, is a world class research and development facility that supports the United States Naval Nuclear Fleet. An exciting career opportunity is available for a Mechanical Engineer to join our multi-disciplined Construction Projects Engineering group, part of the Bettis Construction Department, responsible for the delivery of projects from conception to closeout. Typically, these projects involve medium-to-large scale renovations, site infrastructure upgrades, and new construction of office buildings, laboratories, and test facilities. Typical projects range in construction cost from $500k to $20+M. Our Mechanical Engineers are highly valued and play a key role as a member of a project team providing technical leadership in their area of expertise.
The Project Mechanical Engineer works closely with Project Managers, Contract Administrators, Construction Oversight personnel, End Users, and Subcontractors to deliver infrastructure improvement projects at the Bettis Laboratory. The Project Engineers act as highly engaged owner representatives for subcontracted design efforts and maintain open subcontracts with architectural engineering firms who provide the design services.
The successful candidate will support the mechanical design aspects of the project which may include but are not limited to the following: HVAC, plumbing, process piping, fire protection, sustainable design, energy efficiency, and commissioning.
The engineer will:
• Work within a project execution team environment with a Project Manager and engineers on construction projects for buildings and site infrastructure.
• Develop work scopes with project sponsors and work with an A/E firm to develop the design.
• Review (or prepare): drawings, specifications, cost estimates, preventative maintenance procedures.
• Provide construction field engineering, inspection, testing and commissioning support of building systems in preparation for and during construction.
Required Skills *
- BS degree in engineering or Bachelor’s degree in a science related field from an accredited college or university
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Able to effectively handle multiple projects.
- Coursework in building systems engineering.
- Experience with AutoCAD preferred but not required.
- Experience working with International Mechanical Code requirements, ASHRAE standards, and building construction materials preferred but not required.