The Structural/Mechanical Inspector inspects building projects and mechanical systems of unlimited size, type and complexity; inspections are performed on new projects as well as additions and alterations to existing buildings/systems.
Perform duties as designated by the Construction Engineer in accordance with job requirements outlined in the assigned activity.
Maintain Client Company quality control standards and records.
Assure that contractor adheres to the Client specifications, federal and state and safety codes.
Advise Construction Engineer of all decisions, problems and any alternatives in the assigned activity.
Assure that all piping, valves, flanges, etc. are properly installed in the correct ladel contents for the pressure and M.A.O.P.
A minimum of 5 years' experience and working as a structural and mechanical inspector on oil and gas pipeline / facility projects.
Knowledge of federal, state and local specifications.
Knowledge of compressor piping hook-up and all piping in station or plant.
API 1169 certification a plus. All inspectors will be required to have this certification by 2019. It is advised you acquire this certification sooner rather than later.