Civil Engineering Project Manager
Altamonte Springs, FL Civil Engineering
Job Type

Interplan is a full service commercial architectural firm located in Orlando, FL, specializing in restaurant and retail design work with large nationwide clients. Interplan was founded over fifty years ago and has offices in Orlando, Oakbrook Terrace, and Fort Worth. We are looking to grow our full-time staff in our Orlando/ Altamonte Springs office and we are seeking a full-time Civil Engineering Project Manager with 6-10 years of professional experience after graduation. This role is a supervisory level position who is accountable for maintaining multiple projects within the Civil Engineering Department as well as training staff members working on those projects. A Project Manager is responsible for all phases of the client’s projects relating to site development. This is a key position that has significant impact on the firm’s overall success, both financially and in establishing long term client relations. This position reports to the Director of Civil Engineering.


A Project Manager will have 6-10 years of design experience and Professional Engineer’s license. This position requires a full understanding of the land development process from conceptual phase to construction administration and certifications. This person should have a varied amount of technical, people, managerial and business skills. The position will require experience in managing clients and maintaining a significant volume of work with little input from the Director. Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, are required.

  • Coordinates all aspects of multiple projects including, but not limited to: Design of storm water management systems, pumping systems, roadways/turn lanes and offsite improvements.
  • Serves as the primary point of contact for client(s) and is responsible for maintaining client satisfaction to build larger portfolio of projects with those clients.
  • Demonstrates capability to provide full support to permitting department by filling out applications, contacting agencies during permit reviews, responding to comments and assisting in the certification process.
  • Maintains Interplan standards and provides quality control throughout the project(s).
  • Anticipates problems and quickly and creatively solves them as they arise.
  • Writes draft proposals for client projects for review and approval by the Director. Input on project budget will be required during proposal stage and the budget should be monitored during monthly billing. Adjustments should be made as needed to complete the project within the allotted budget.
  • Prepares project budget sheet and assigns project numbers upon receipt of signed proposal.
  • Evaluates and implements revisions from clients, contractors and agency reviewers.
  • Reviews contractor shop drawings and coordinates necessary revisions with the contractor.
  • Updates status reports and scheduling reports, in a timely manner.
  • Coordinates with the Permitting Department for initiating project kick-off meetings and quality review of site investigation reports.
  • Coordinates with the Landscape Department, MEP Department and Structural Department for landscape plans, irrigation plans, site lighting plans and retaining wall design. Consideration should be given as to whether these services were included in the original project budget. All additional services should be reported to the Director immediately.
  • Insures quality control of projects by providing final review of the drawings prior to submittal and initialing each set of the drawings. An additional set of drawings should be submitted for Q.C. review for initial submittals or any resubmittal that significantly revises the site design. Use your discretion when it comes to resubmittal QC reviews; feel comfortable that the design has not been significantly impacted by revisions.
  • Writes design reports for projects including, but not limited to the following: storm water management systems, sanitary sewer lift stations, hydraulic analysis of water systems, hydraulic grade line analysis of storm water collection systems and trip generation studies.
  • Provide project cost estimates as required for clients or agency reviews. All cost estimates should be approved by the Director.
  • Attends meetings as necessary including, but not limited to the following: individual reviewer meetings, pre-application meetings, DRC, TRC, P&Z, BOCC, neighborhood meetings and construction kick-off meetings.
  • Assist in construction administration services including site visits, answering contractor RFI’s and reviewing shop drawings.
  • Provides training to other staff members working on assigned projects.
  • Provides marketing services to existing and potential clients.
  • Paid vacation, 401K, health insurance
  • Full time position and compensation is based on experience.