McCormick Taylor

  • Highway Engineer

    Job Locations US-PA-Harrisburg
    Posted Date 1 month ago(2/20/2018 1:34 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Engineering - Highway
  • Overview

    McCormick Taylor is seeking a Highway Engineer to join our Harrisburg, Pennsylvania office. The primary duties of the Highway Engineer are to serve in a technical role under the direction of a Project Manager and or Highway Lead on the engineering development of highway related projects.


    • Reports directly to the Project Manager or Highway Lead engineer.
    • Collection of field data, as-built plans and engineering reports to establish existing conditions and identify critical areas for design criteria
    • Establish Design Criteria, develop horizontal and vertical alignments, perform Superelevation Design, Length-of-Need calculations, etc.
    • Roadway modeling, intersection and ADA ramp grading.
    • Provide engineering support for E&S, PCSM, drainage, H&H, permits, environmental, structure, and traffic tasks.
    • Assist in the preparation of roadway, utility relocation, right-of-way, staging and construction plans, specifications and engineering estimates and reports for transportation projects
    • Knowledge of AASHTO specifications and PennDOT/PA Turnpike publications
    • A focus on quality in compliance with McCormick Taylor’s QA/QC policies


    • 4 plus years of experience in the design of highway and transportation projects for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and or the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission
    • B.S. in Civil Engineering (from an accredited university)
    • Engineer-in-Training (E.I.) certificate is required, P.E. is strongly preferred
    • Strong communication and technical writing skills
    • Proficient with MicroStation, InRoads (SELECTseries 2 or newer), Microsoft Excel and Word.
    • Proficient in the latest version of Bentley’s OpenRoads Designer and experience with Bentley’s ProjectWise is a plus


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