Heavy Industry mainly engages in R&D, manufacture, and distribution of engineering machinery, with the products covering 25 categories and above 120 types such as construction machinery, road construction machinery, and hoisting machinery. The leading products include the concrete pump, truck mounted concrete pump, concrete batching plant, asphalt batching plant, roller, asphalt paver, motor grader, truck crane, crawler crane, of which the market shares of truck mounted concrete pump, concrete pump, and full hydraulic roller stand at the domestic first place and the production of pump truck stand at the worldwide first place.
ressive, organized and thorough Senior Concrete Structures Estimator for all types of concrete cast-in-place and precast structures.
Types of Work:
Post tensioned box girder bridges, precast and steel girder bridges, concrete box culverts, cut-and-cover concrete transit system structures, concrete retaining walls, and misc., reinforced formed concrete structures.
Must be able to read, analyze, interpret and obtain a thorough understanding of contract proposals, drawings and specifications.
Must be proficient in analyzing cast-in-place concrete structures as part of major public works projects and privately funded projects.
Must be able to both self-perform and/or direct others in quantity take-off for both unit price and lump sum project bidding schedules. Must be able to summarize in an Excel spreadsheet format.
Must be able to analyze various scopes of work and produce comprehensive unit price estimates by creating production crews and including specific equipment and materials in a job cost software program. HCSS is the current job cost estimating program.
Must possess good communication skills to effectively solicit and work with individual project owner’s representatives, material suppliers and subcontractors in pre-bid estimate preparations and post-bid negotiations.
Excellent Wage and Benefits Package...
Group Life Insurance: Employees are eligible for $110,000.00 Life Insurance and $160,000 Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance. The company pays the entire cost of this benefit.
Retirement Savings Plan (401K): Employees are eligible to participate in the Retirement Savings Plan (“401k”) as of their date of hire. Employees may contribute up to 50% of eligible pay on a pre-tax basis, subject to the annual maximum amount established by the IRS. The Company matches 30% of the first 10% of an employee’s contributions; contributions in excess of 10% and after-tax contributions are not matched.
Long Term Disability Insurance: The plan will pay 60% of the employee's Basic Monthly Earnings, to a maximum monthly benefit of $6,000, after a waiting period of ninety (90) days. The company pays the entire cost of this benefit.
Health Insurance for an individual employee for the HMO plan is at not cost to the employee. Additional employee contributions for dependents for the HMO and PPO plans are required.
Monthly automobile allowance is which includes insurance/repairs/fuel.
Annual discretionary bonus program.
TJ Wisdom, President
Added by TJ Wisdom at 4:26pm on September 26, 2008
irt put in and than concrete before the fence people could install the post. I get a referral from the dirt guy he says I have known this person since he was a little kid has great work ethic and so on. I call the guy is johnny on the spot he comes over tells me about how he will do the dirt and I mention to him that I need to have concrete done, could he do it? Yes he says and he would charge me X to do it. Great I say let's schedule it for Monday after the dirt has been in a few days. He arrives at the scheduled day to do the dirt does a great job I am very pleased with his work. Monday comes I am waiting for him to arrive to do the concrete as I can't start the fence until the concrete is done. He never shows up. I call and I call again, can't leave a message as he does not have voice mail and than I text still no response. He realized that he could not do the concrete job for the quoted price so he just did not show at all. People are weird and inconsiderate.…
pleased with the work that he did. By the way the dirt guy was the one that supplied the dirt to the guy who was to also do the concrete. Yes these days of social media when it is easier to say all the rude and crude things that you want because you are sitting at your computer makes it harder for people to communicate in the real world with real people.…
know that for certain? Maybe the dirt guy got run over by a truck - carrying a load of dirt or worse still the concrete to complete your job!!? I do hope not. Better to be weird and inconsiderate than dead - or is it?
Sorry sometimes my 'weird' (Brit) sense of humour just can't help itself . . . I actually agree with you silence is the new 'no'; which is why I take care to always try to get back to everyone - even the weirdos!…