Transportation Engineering Intern
Your Opportunity: Stantec's Transportation group provides planning, design, and construction administration services for all phases of municipal roadways, provincial highways and transit projects. Join our team and help us keep communities connected.
Your Duties: We are actively seeking a Transportation Engineering Intern to join our Transportation Infrastructure Group in our Deerfield Beach, Florida office for the fall 2017 semester. Our group provides consulting services for Preliminary and Final Design for public sector clients, including the Florida Department of Transportation, Florida Turnpike Enterprise, Palm Beach County, and other local agencies.
As a Transportation Engineering Intern, you will be involved in plans production and design of highways, interchanges, and local municipal roads. You will be responsible for assisting project managers, project engineers and senior designers in the following areas:
CADD productions for roadway plans and the associated roadway component plans
Developing alignments, profiles, typical cross-sections, and grading cross-sections
Roadside safety design, traffic staging and roadway drainage design
Material quantity calculations and cost estimating
Preparing contract documents, specifications, reports, and proposals
Your Capabilities and Credentials: This position is intended for engineering students of an accredited Civil Engineering program with an emphasis on Transportation Engineering. Preferred candidates will also have the following additional skills:
Courses related to traffic engineering, roadway geometrics and/or hydraulics.
Familiarity with highway and roadway design related software such as AutoCAD, Civil 3D, MicroStation, InRoads, or Geopak
Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
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