Lakshya Bharti Global Infra Corporation Ltd

A civil site engineer plays a crucial role in the construction and development of various infrastructure projects, such as buildings, roads, bridges, dams, and more. The job description of a civil site engineer typically includes the following responsibilities and duties:

  1. Project Planning : Collaborating with architects, designers, and other professionals to develop project plans and specifications. This involves understanding the project requirements, preparing cost estimates, and determining the necessary resources.
  2. Site Inspection : Conducting thorough site inspections to assess the feasibility of construction projects, evaluating potential risks and challenges, and ensuring compliance with safety regulations and building codes.
  3. Construction Supervision : Overseeing the construction activities on-site to ensure they are executed according to the approved plans, specifications, and timelines. This involves monitoring the progress, coordinating with contractors and subcontractors, and resolving any technical issues that may arise during construction.
  4. Quality Control : Implementing quality control measures to ensure that the construction work meets the required standards and specifications. This includes conducting regular inspections, performing tests on construction materials, and ensuring compliance with applicable regulations.
  5. Documentation and Reporting : Maintaining accurate records of the construction activities, including daily progress reports, material quantities, work schedules, and any changes or modifications made to the original plans. Providing regular updates and reports to project managers and stakeholders.
  6. Cost Control : Monitoring project costs and expenses to ensure they stay within budget. This involves tracking material and labor costs, reviewing invoices and payment requests, and identifying any cost-saving opportunities.
  7. Risk Assessment : Identifying potential risks and hazards related to the construction site and implementing appropriate safety measures to mitigate them. This includes ensuring compliance with safety protocols, conducting safety meetings, and promoting a safe working environment for all workers.
  8. Collaboration and Communication : Collaborating with various stakeholders, including architects, contractors, subcontractors, and government authorities, to ensure smooth project execution. Effective communication skills are essential to convey project requirements, resolve issues, and maintain positive working relationships.
  9. Compliance with Regulations : Ensuring compliance with local building codes, zoning regulations, environmental regulations, and other legal requirements throughout the construction process.
  10. Problem-solving : Analyzing and resolving technical issues or challenges that arise during the construction process, such as design conflicts, material deficiencies, or unforeseen site conditions. This requires a strong understanding of engineering principles and the ability to propose effective solutions.

UG: B.Tech/B.E. in Civil