Engineer for Railway Systems

Chicago, IL
Apply

At Fluor, we are proud to design and build projects and careers. This requires teams that are as unique as the projects we execute. We are committed to fostering a work environment that embraces Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) for all so our employees and stakeholders benefit from the creative solutions derived as a result of embracing differences.

Job Description:

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.

Provide support to the jobsite by providing technical guidance to craft and staff in order to fulfill the project requirements.

• Receive and distribute project design documents

• Perform surveillance/examinations, if required, to ensure that the Quality objectives are being met for the project

• Analyze and make independent recommendations regarding solutions to problems with varying complexity in accordance with organization and/or project objectives and guidelines

• Maintain compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, and global standards

• Other duties as assigned

Job ID: 143809BR

City: Chicago

State: Illinois

Country: United States

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by governing law.