McCormick Taylor

Construction Inspectors (Seeking MULTIPLE)

Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
Posted Date 2 months ago(2/11/2020 1:21 PM)
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McCormick Taylor, Inc. has immediate openings for experienced construction inspectors to work on highway, structure and environmental projects in SHA District 4 - Baltimore and Harford Counties. We have recently won a huge CM/CI contract and are looking for the ideal Inspectors to help complete the project. Candidates will ensure quality control and contract compliance.


Desired Certifications:

  • ACI Concrete
  • Maryland Department of the Environment Green Card
  • SHA E&S Yellow Card
  • SHA Temporary Traffic Control Manager (Orange Card)
  • MARTCP Certifications including:
  • HMA Field Technician
  • Concrete Field Technician
  • Aggregate Technician (Field)
  • Soils & Aggregate Compaction Certification


  • Minimum of 2 years of experience as a Construction Inspector for transportation projects.
  • Candidates must have a HS diploma or equivalency certificate
  • Valid Driver's License is required

Salary: McCormick Taylor offers competitive salaries and an outstanding benefits package. Salaries are subject to SHA consideration based on experience and certifications


We value your interest in our organization! At McCormick Taylor, our people are our greatest asset. We offer an unparalleled, comprehensive benefits package—including no-deductible medical plans, free vision and dental plans, and programs to enhance work-life balance.


McCormick Taylor has also invested in an employee-centric company culture, resulting in an environment that feels like family. This culture fosters open communication, better relationships amongst employees, and more collaborative work environments. We strive to be a workplace where everyone counts, everyone has a voice, and everyone gets the most out of their career.


To find out more information on our benefits and culture, click the links below!

Benefits | Culture




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