Project Engineer

2 weeks ago
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The Project Engineer works under the direct supervision and responsible charge of Morton Buildings’ architectural and engineering consulting firm and design professionals. The Project Engineer functions as the engineering liaison between the design professionals and the sales and construction teams, They also provide design team leadership to Morton Buildings’ technical support, order processing, product delivery and construction supervisory staff from conception to completion for non-exempt projects.


  • Utilize and employ engineering standards, techniques and methods in developing custom designed commercial, industrial, institutional, residential and agricultural projects.
  • Develop and implement design procedures and methods for building construction.
  • Lead design team in creating and developing designs in accordance with industry standards, state and local building and zoning codes, ordinances and other applicable standards.
  • Employ value engineering analysis techniques to create and enhance cost effective and efficient project designs.
  • Direct the development of design plans and construction documents.
  • Act as an engineering resource in addressing pre-construction and post-construction design and code issues.
  • Provide direction to drafting technicians.
  • Manage the engineering (drafting, plan review and stamped plan delivery) process from beginning to end.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering with a structural emphasis or a minimum of 1 year experience in structural engineering of building systems.
  • Must have taken and passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam.
  • Professional or Structural Engineer license preferred, but not required; but willing and /or able to obtain within 3 – 5 years.
  • Must have excellent communication skills, a positive, outgoing attitude and work well in a team setting.
  • Must be highly motivated, a self starter, able to work independently and thrive on meeting deadlines.



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