AECOM Structural Inspector, Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Position Title Structural Inspector, Dubai

United Arab Emirates - Dubai


Job Summary

AECOM are currently recruiting for a Structural Inspector for a large mixed use high rise development in Dubai. This role will report directly to the Senior Structural Engineer and be responsible for overseeing all Structural Engineering aspects of the project, which includes but is not limited to:

  • Monitoring all structural engineering aspects of the project to ensure compliance with project specifications, Qatar Construction Specifications and industry norms and best practice.

  • Liaising with the Senior Structural Engineer and other Engineers and Managers to provide support and guidance as required on temporary and permanent works.

  • Review and monitor variations to the work to mitigate time and cost impacts for any required changes.

  • Monitor the review of Contractor’s technical documentation to flag and rectify any issues which may affect the stability or function of any structural components or systems.

  • Comply with the project related protocol set up for inspection of works and materials.

  • Adopt a proactive approach to site safety at all times by monitoring and reporting potential un-safe work activities.

  • Compile reports on the progress of the structural aspects of the project.

  • Capable of providing innovative means and methods to improve efficiency of existing site methodologies and practices.

  • Advanced knowledge and experience with key construction materials i.e. concrete, structural steel, reinforcement, brickwork etc.

  • Maintain tracking registers of all submittals and testing, both on site and off site.

  • Maintain full site records, including daily site diaries in an approved format, and formal monthly progress photo reports.

  • Expedition of document approvals if it appears to be stalling or delaying the project.

  • Communicate clearly with Contractor and fellow colleagues.

  • Review and certify daily records of the performed works as well as labour and equipment returns, material deliveries, tests performed and safety problems for supplier(s) and contractor(s) engaged on the Project.

  • Carry out regular inspections of the construction materials delivered to site and take all reasonable measures necessary to ensure compliance by the Contractors with the Project requirements including but not limited to: drawings, specifications and Contract Documents, best engineering practice, any agreed samples or mock-ups, and/or local authority requirements or the relevant codes or standards.

  • Following the receipt of the Contractor/supplier’s notices of work being ready for inspection or of tests to be carried out, attend as soon as possible but not later than 24 hours from receipt of the Contractor/supplier’s notices attend as soon as possible but not later than 24 hours from receipt of the Contractor/supplier’s notices.

  • Identify and report unacceptable work by supplier(s) and Contractor(s) as early as possible.

  • Maintain comprehensive inspection records including all original signed off inspection requests, testing reports, items inspected, date and location, tests etc. performed and the outcome particularly if the item was rejected in which case the reasons for rejection and the action to be taken should be recorded.

  • Compile defect lists and verify that defects are rectified, carrying out further inspection as necessary to ensure that the work is completed and rectified in accordance with the Contract Documents, providing updates in the weekly construction and or QA/QC meetings.

  • Monitoring the Contractor(s) activities, ensuring that they are in compliance with statutory safety requirements, SC safety requirements, guidelines and policies of the relevant local authorities and industry best practice. This shall include establishing a reporting program, collecting regular reports from the Contractors, and storing/filing those records and reports.

  • Monitor and/or verification to ensure the alignment, location, grade, level and plumb work of all elements both vertically and horizontally as per the Contract Documents.

  • Supervise and monitor the rectification of defective works​

Minimum Requirements

Candidates must have 7+ years of construction supervision experience within the Middle East working on major building projects such as high rise towers and mixed use developments..

Preferred Qualifications

Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Structural Engineering.

What We Offer

AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Category Engineering - Structural

Country United Arab Emirates

Position Status Full-Time

Requisition/Vacancy No. 160529BR