Pennoni is a multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm founded more than five decades ago. We approach engineering challenges from a wider spectrum of angles than most, from land development to energy management. Our goal is to help communities and private sector clients alike navigate the ever-changing technological advancements available and learn how best to integrate “smart” solutions into the current landscape to make them a part of resilient and sustainable planning. Our combination of talent and experience generates unprecedented solutions for diverse and iconic projects around the globe.
Pennoni is currently looking for a Senior Water/Wastewater Engineer for the Winchester, Virginia office to perform the following, but not limited to:
Utilizing technical knowledge for water and wastewater planning, design and construction engineering, to include writing and presenting technical reports and papers
Assisting senior personnel with business development, to include positively presenting firm skills and service capabilities at meetings with clients and prospective clients, proposal preparation, and presentations
Successfully managing and completing projects as the lead Project Engineer to meet technical objectives, schedule and budget, including:
Planning, design and construction of distribution/collection systems, pump/lift stations and water and wastewater treatment plants as well
Creating construction documents and specifications
Providing construction administration to include review of detailed shop drawings to project specifications
Identifying and implementing new ideas and methods to improve efficiency and client satisfaction
Overseeing and managing tasks/projects and client’s expectations to include:
Time and budget goals for the planning, design and construction of distribution/collection systems, pump/lift stations and water and wastewater treatment plants
Creating construction documents, specifications and handling construction oversight/administration
Effectively communicates with other professionals in a variety of settings, to include: clear expectations and training of subordinate personnel, professionals across other company disciplines in work coordination, and communication in work sharing with other offices.