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Infrastructure Engineer

  • Location:

    Bedfordshire, England

  • Sector:

    Highways, Transport & Infrastructure

  • Job type:

    Permanent - Full Time

  • Salary:

    Market related

  • Contact:

    Tony Hutt

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    02393 876 030

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

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Due to an expanding workload, my client is seeking an Engineer for their Infrastructure Design team in Bedfordshire. They also have a traffic and transportation team and whilst not a requirement, relevant experience would be considered an advantage. Work is spread across several sectors however, their busiest area is currently the residential market.
Key responsibilities and duties
Provide engineering advice and design input from feasibility through planning and onto construction Produce highway and drainage designs, together with associated drawings and calculations for technical approvals and construction
Liaise with clients and professional team members; both internal and external
Liaise with highway and water authorities, Lead Local Flood Authorities and other stakeholders to agree design parameters and obtain necessary approvals
Undertake 3D ground modelling to assess cut and fill quantities
Provide technical guidance to less experienced staff
Masters or Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering
Key experience
The successful candidate's experience should include:
Highway and drainage designs to achieve technical agreements, such as S38, S278, S104 and Building Control approval
Liaison with authorities and stakeholders involved in the approval process
Experience of AutoCAD, MicroDrainage and AutoTrack software
Appreciation of 3D highway design software
Design of residential development plot drainage and levels
An understanding of the DRMB and local authority design standards
Communication with colleagues, clients and fellow design team members
Excellent written, verbal and computer based communication skills
The following would be advantageous but are not essential:
Appreciation of Flood Risk Assessments and an understanding of the NPPF
Knowledge of ARCADY, PICADY and TRICS