MEP Inspector


Ref: HP714-40

The Role

The Role

Objective: To inspect & monitor the construction works for the Qatar Sewage Collection Plant & Drainage Pumps and ensure that works ongoing are strictly adhering to technical & client specifications.

Main Responsibilities:

• To read and understand the Specifications, Method Statements and design information and ensure the same is adhered to by the Contractor.
• To ensure the standards of Safety and Quality are not compromised.
• To carry out surveillance of the prioritised activities and maintain records.
• Ensuring the Contractor delivers the Contract in accordance with the Employer’s Requirements.
• Processing of submittals in a timely, fair and accurate manner.
• Maintaining accurate and detailed records.
• Manage their own time and prioritise effectively.
• Read and understand project Specifications, Standards and Drawings.
• Relate Specifications and drawings to Method Statements and Site In-spections and actual site activities.
• Carry out formal site inspections.
• Monitor works against the ITP
• Report accurately on events and findings from site visits and inspec-tions.
• Record events on site, progress and change.
• Observe and ensure safe working practices are maintained at all times.
• Know and follow Company procedures.
• Monitor and record progress and site issues.
• Understand the programme

Reporting to : ARE/Site Engineer
Subordinates : N/A
Duration : 1 Year
Gross monthly base salary : TBD



8-15 Years Inspection Experience
3-5 Years Drainage Pumps Experience ESSENTIAL
3-5 Years Experience with Engineering Consultant
Bachelors Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering

The suitable candidate will have working knowledge on the design & supervision of sewage treatment plants especially with the supervision of drainage pumps.

About the Company

About the Company

COWI is a leading international consulting group. We provide state-of-the-art services within the fields of engineering, environmental science and economics.

From classical engineering skills to modern socio-economic analysis, COWI provides 33 consultancy services within six business areas: Buildings, Industry, Transport, Utilities, Nature and Society.

Since COWI was founded in 1930, we have been involved in more than 50,000 projects in 175 countries.

COWI is behind some of the largest infrastructure projects in the world. We have subsidiaries and offices in 35 countries, and projects offices in all countries in which we operate.

With offices all over the world, we offer consultancy services and plan projects using our extensive knowledge of local markets while drawing on the international experience of our entire organisation.

Our 6,000 employees include engineers, biologists, geologists, economists, surveyors, anthropologists, sociologists and architects.
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