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Position Available: Senior Construction Manager

We are looking for an experienced, knowledgeable construction manager to fill the position of Senior Construction Manager, (SCM). 

The SCM will perform duties associated with construction projects or construction portion of design/build projects, including scoping, estimating, proposal writing, budgeting, contract administration, bid-phase management, scheduling, WBS set-up, construction subcontractor management, and project team management. SCM will be involved with client meetings, project development and strategy. SCM will have P&L responsibility and authority for approving and implementing construction project budgets. SCM will report directly to COO and will be required to prepare and submit construction-related project documents, including safety plans, work plans, project and sub-project budgets, schedules, subcontracting plans, and project personnel plans.

SCM will be required to participate in company and project planning, recruiting, administration, and execution. On-site management and oversight of both project and field personnel will be required at times. Travel to construction sites, up to 50% of the time, will be required. OSHA 40-hour Hazwoper, Supervisor Training, and 8-Hour Refresher training required. Medical monitoring and surveillance will be conducted. Valid drivers license and good driving record required. We offer competitive salary, benefits, 4% matching 401(k), profit sharing, and bonus program. Salary commensurate with experience.


Position Available: Project Engineer

We are searching for an entry level engineer-in-training (EIT) to fill the position of Project Engineer in our Naperville, Illinois office. HHS focuses on environmental-related projects for industrial clients, including water and wastewater treatment, remediation, stormwater control, as well as industrial infrastructure expansions and upgrades. 

The successful candidate will perform duties associated with engineering and construction projects, including environmental remediation, closed industrial site management and monitoring, and industrial design/build projects. Specific work tasks will include interpreting data and data compilation, report writing and assembly, engineering calculations, cost estimating, drawing development and review, specification assembly, regulatory compliance, equipment and technology research and availability, site inspections, field work, construction oversight and documentation. Project Engineer will be involved with proposal development, work planning, client meetings, project implementation and field work. Project Engineer will report to a Senior Level Engineer and will work with multi-disciplined teams of professionals, including engineers, scientists, technicians, and construction managers. Current and future projects include remediation of CERCLA sites, industrial facilities expansion and infrastructure, decontamination and demolition, industrial water and wastewater treatment, stormwater management and detention. Successful candidate will be exposed to a variety of work tasks, including consulting, engineering, construction, management, and design/build aspects of projects.

On-site field engineering and oversight / documentation of subcontractors will be required at times. Travel to project sites, up to 50% of the time, will be required. OSHA 40-hour Hazwoper training will be provided (if not already trained). Medical monitoring and surveillance will be conducted. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering is required. Masters is a plus. Ability to obtain PE license within 4 years is required. Valid drivers license and good driving record required. We offer competitive salary, benefits, 4% matching 401(k), profit sharing, and bonus program.


Position Available: Project Manager

We are looking for experienced Project Managers to join the Hard Hat team. Candidates should have a bachelors or masters degree in civil, environmental, or mechanical engineering with 5-7 years of experience in project or construction management. Candidates should have a PE license or the ability to register within 6 months. Wastewater design experience is necessary, and industrial wastewater experience is a plus. Work will include proposal writing, cost estimating, work plan development, design inspection, client communications, reporting, and project management. Candidates should be willing to travel approximately 30-40%.