Principal Engineer

Job Description
Arcadis seeks a Principal Structural Rail / Bridge Engineer to join our Rail Practice to take responsibility in developing client relationships, design and project oversight of Class 1 rail projects with an emphasis on railroad structures,
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Strong relationships with Class 1 freight rail carrier(s) to coordinate structural rail / bridge projects from planning and environmental through plan development, specifications, and estimating packages;
Lead complex structural analysis and design for all structural aspects of railroad projects including railroad bridges and other rail related structures (culverts, retaining walls, etc.);
Perform structural calculations, develop bridge plans, specifications, cost estimates, overseeing geometric layouts, check design calculations, assign work and oversee work products produced by engineers;
Develop scopes of work and engineering fee estimates;
Review assigned work and/or check design calculation estimates and specifications produced by junior engineers and EITs;
Organize staff and technical expertise to meet technical schedules and budget requirements for rail projects;
Serve as the key contact between rail clients and Arcadis to develop rail market in numerous states and with numerous private and public rail authorities;
Work with the National Bridge Group on an overall strategy by setting the railroad bridge strategy.
Required Qualifications
10+ years rail experience;
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering or related field (with a structural emphasis);
Current PE Professional Engineer License;
Experience as a Principal Structural Engineer on freight and Class 1 railroad projects;
Focus on Class 1 railroads.
Preferred Qualifications
15+ years rail experience;
Master's Degree in Civil Engineering or related field with an emphasis in structural engineering;
Commuter, short line, and/or transit experience;
Experience with heavy commuter rail or transit rail.
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