Our culture is built around our people. Voted a top workplace by our employees, we are committed to advancing careers and providing a foundation for professional growth. Urban offers a wide range of health, welfare and financial benefits to our employees, as well as career development through our own Urban Training Institute, tuition assistance program, and certification incentives.
Founded in 1960, Urban provides services for buildings, ports, transit, railroads, airports, bridges, and highways. We specialize in engineering design, environmental, planning, construction services, and program management. By providing innovation, technical excellence, and on-time performance, we create value for a proud Urban family.
The Utility Relocation Manager will support the Texas office in coordinating, delivering and managing utility related projects. Candidate will coordinate communications and work efforts between all franchise utility companies (FUC) and client’s design/builder for the project and provide written reports to the client’s staff. The individual will be responsible for tracking all of the franchise utility relocations activities, providing written reports to the Cotton Belt team at the weekly meetings, reviewing the information for any possible conflicts related to the FUC, responding to and providing information requested by FUC in a timely fashion and tracking requests and responses. Additional responsibilities include reviewing the FUC relocation plan for compliance with the federal rules and regulations, client policies and procedures, and compatibility with design of the project. Reviewing the estimated cost, phasing/sequencing and billing submissions and tracking the estimated and actual dollars spent for FUC. This position will also make regular field inspections, responding immediately to any issues and coordinate with client staff on the issuance of construction right of entry, license agreements or other documents required to facilitate the franchise utility relocations.
Ideal candidate must have Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or related engineering discipline along with a Texas PE license. Candidate should have a minimum of 5 years of experience in providing subsurface utility engineering and utility coordination for federally funded projects. Individual must be able to work independently along with possessing strong problem solving skills, organizational skills and written and oral skills. #LI-ST1