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Fluor joint venture with Walsh Construction Company is seeking candidates for the CTA R&P project.
The JV team was selected by the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) to design and build Phase One of the Red and Purple Line Modernization Program. The $2.1 billion project will be the largest capital project in CTA’s history, ultimately resulting in expanded capacity and improved infrastructure along the region’s most used rail lines.
The project involves building new elevated tracks along a 1.9-mile section in Chicago, including new bridges, support structures and existing tracks. Four of the CTA’s busiest stations will be replaced, and a grade-separated bypass for the Brown Line at Clark Junction will be built, along with the upgrading the signal system.
The Construction Area QCM manages construction quality control for the Pre-Stage Work, Corridior Signal Improvements, Red and Purple Bypass (Flyover), or Lawrence to Bryn Mawr Modernization. The Construction Area QCM's scope of work will be
evaluated by the CQCM as the project progresses and as needed. The Construction Area QCM reports directly to the CQCM.
The Construction Area QCM will ensure that the QC methods and procedures are implemented and followed by WFDBT and
subcontractors’ workforce in the performance of the Work.
The Construction Area QCM responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Ensure that QC processes are implemented
• Ensure that only correct and acceptable items of production are used and/or installed
• Ensure that QC checklists meet or exceed Safety & Security Certification requirements
• Ensure that the QC staff have current versions of plans, specifications, special provisions, shop drawings, and
any other reference guide material necessary to verify the Work
• Enforce Hold and Notification Points
• Assists with managing the Nonconformance and Deficiency processes
• Recommend changes to improve overall Quality
• Coordinate and schedule preparatory meetings for all construction activities, and
• Assists with managing the interim and final inspection of completed work and generate official punch lists
The Construction Area QCM will be responsible for clarification of construction QC compliance criteria requirements to WFDBT
subcontractors and suppliers. The Construction Area QCM interfaces on a regular basis with the:
• Owner Representative personnel – for audits, reviews, and inspections and test results
• QAM – concerning QC procedures, including staffing, audits, and inspection and test results.
• PM and construction leadership team – regarding staffing and scheduling, inspection and test results
• QC representatives of subcontractors and suppliers-regarding quality concerns
• QC laboratory facility - regarding materials testing and results
Job ID: 142328BR
Country: United States
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