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Tarlton

5500 W Park Ave 
St. Louis, MO 63110

John Doerr

314.633.3343
jtdoerr@tarltoncorp.com

Position Type(s)
Internship
Category: STEM
Position Type: Internship
Dates: 5/26/20 - 8/7/20
Required Year of College Completed: Sophomore
Hours/Week: 40
Paid/Unpaid: Paid
Location: St. Louis - jobsites and/or headquarters

Job/Company Description:

Tarlton Corporation has served as a St. Louis-based general contracting and construction management firm since 1946. We have built strong ties to the region, excellent working relationships with a wide-ranging list of established and new clients, a commitment to project and workforce diversity, and a carefully laid foundation to promote continued growth. Tarlton is a Women's Business Enterprise as certified by the City of St. Louis, State of Missouri and Women's Business Enterprise National Council.

Tarlton is a closely held, client-driven corporation employing an average of 300 people. Our organizational structure is relatively flat so clients and personnel can benefit from continual access to our executives, who take an active role in all Tarlton operations. 

Our range of preconstruction and construction services in the commercial, institutional, industrial, life sciences, healthcare and concrete markets is extensive. Tarlton works on projects diverse in scope and size, in both renovation and new construction.

Our philosophy is simple: Take care of the client first and treat others as we would like to be treated. No project is too large or too small if it’s work a client wants completed.


Special Requirements:

As a Project Engineer Intern, our goal is to prepare you for a full-time Project Engineer role.  During your internship, you will be exposed to many aspects of the construction process.  You will work hand-in-hand with your Project Team to help coordinate construction activities and ensure a profitable, well-constructed, safe project is delivered.

ESSENTIAL ACTIVITIES
  • Becoming familiar with all aspects of current project documents and scope of work
  • Reviewing shop drawing submittals in a timely fashion
  • Assisting in coordinating construction activities
  • Helping to obtain permits
  • Assisting in quantity takeoffs and confirmation of work quantities installed
  • Developing pricing skills
  • Soliciting material and equipment quotations 
  • Working in conjunction with the Superintendent
  • Participating in estimating activities 
  • Assist in schedule development and management
  • Develop scopes of work for inclusion in purchase orders and subcontracts
  • Prepare jobsite meeting agendas and minutes
  • Review subcontractor and supplier invoices against work completed to date
  • Participate in the quality control/assurance program
  • Participate in jobsite safety walks
  • Assist in LEED documentation process
  • Assist in project close-out procedures
PREQUISITES (i.e., Education, Experience)
  • Current college student seeking a degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or other relevant degree 
 


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