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T.Y. lin International | Chicago, IL
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Job Description


Perform engineering design, analysis and calculations; prepare plans and specifications. Under the direction of senior engineers, support the engineering team with various engineering and project duties specifically within the Transportation, Rail and Infrastructure markets.


* Collaborate with the project team in developing technical aspects of the design - Using standard techniques and procedures, apply engineering criteria to the design of transportation facilities including roadway and rail designs- Design geometric layout and details of highway and rail plans- Adjust and correlate data, research applicable standards and document findings - Organize and maintain project files- Prepare roadway and rail design plans, and profiles- Review and comply with production work-plans, production schedules and budgets- Prepare plans, special provisions and estimates- Participate in field reviews and data collection- Prepare technical reports - Comply and participate in all company safety and quality programs- Other assignments as required


Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering and Engineer In Training Certification. May be entry level with applicable internships, to 2 years experience working on transportation design projects. Must have a working knowledge of MicroStation and/or Geopak and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

About T.Y. lin International

T.Y. Lin International (TYLI) provides services to transit authorities, commuter railroads, and private railroad companies. Services include the design and the rehabilitation of existing structures for railroads, commuter rail, rapid rail, and light rail systems. In each of these projects, TYLI regularly addresses a variety of critical issues, including public involvement; environmental concerns; construction phasing; coordination among regulatory agencies; right-of-way status; and the evaluation of multi-modal alternatives.