Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
9/28/2022
Job Category:
Engineering
Industry:
Civil Engineering & Urban planning
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Job Description

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Performs complex design responsibilities involving the preparation of plans, specifications, contract documents and cost estimates for municipal construction and maintenance projects such as roadway, drainage, or general site planning. The job would consist of producing drawings from surveyed field data utilizing AutoCAD.

  • Data entry of field notes into existing computer systems. Reviewing of field notes into existing computer systems.
  • Boundary, and topographic survey computations.
  • Entering data from construction plans and CAD files in preparing for field crew staking.
  • Deed research. Deed plots and map checks.
  • Performs responsibilities for engineering concerns such as: drainage and floodplain management, erosion and sediment control, right-of-way access control, utility coordination and planning, water quality/NPDES permit programs.
  • Performs detailed engineering computations in such areas as hydrology, hydraulics, and roadway design.
  • Creates and/or revises detailed design and construction drawings using computer aided design/drafting civil engineering software (CADD software).
  • Direct Client interaction
  • Prepare survey legal descriptions and plats/exhibits for boundary surveys, subdivision, or easements
  • Experience with performing ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys
  • Computations for construction layout and subdivisions
  • QA/QC field data, import, analyze and adjust survey field data

About Batson, Himes, Norvell & Poe, Engineers

The firm of Batson, Himes, Norvell & Poe, Engineers has been in the land surveying and civil engineering business in Knoxville and the surrounding counties since 1954.  This experience includes a large percentage of the development of land for residential use by the major developers in Knox County, along with many industrial developments that have been completed for the same and different clients.  Each of these projects required the use of many phases of civil engineering:  land surveying, hydraulic and hydrologic design of storm water facilities, hydraulic design of sanitary sewer and water supply facilities, inspection of construction, lot and roadway design, being the representative between the client and the controlling governmental body, placement of final monuments, and preparation and recording of final plats.