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What We Do

BMWC tackles the world s toughest and most daunting industrial construction challenges. Our work encompasses an array of industrial sectors, including aerospace, chemical, electric power, food and beverage, oil, and gas, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, and semiconductor. For more than 65 years we have been driven by our vision for creating Customers for Life through our passion for our core values of integrity, continuous improvement, innovation, and economic value.

Who We Are

As one of the premier specialty construction companies in the country, our employees enjoy a focus on growth and development, work/life balance and one of the best safety records in the industry. We are 100% management-owned, which makes the development and advancement of our employees paramount to our success. BMWC attracts the brightest and most ambitious professionals because our business model is based on the evolving success and reward of individual champions. Will you be the next BMWC champion?

We are Looking For

The primary responsibility of this role is to support the Site Quality Manager in the development and implementation of all quality related procedures and processes at the site level; to improve project quality by recommending correct construction methods to subcontractors and company personnel prior to installation; identify substandard work; provide inspection support; turnover package maintenance and remedy corrective action during construction. The person in this role ensures that all products and services meet requirements through being an integral part of the construction process. Specific job responsibilities and assignments will be assigned and directed by supervisor.

What you will Experience

As a Site Quality Inspector, you will:
Participate in safety meetings.

Follow all safety related procedures and rules.

Reports and stops work on all unsafe conditions and acts.

Perform Safety observations and report findings to Safety staff.

Reviews applicable plans and drawings has copies as needed during inspections.

Reviews and understands requirements of customer specifications and knows where to find them.

Knows the material of construction requirements for the inspected items.

Understand the governing construction code for items being inspected.

Understands NDE requirements and where they are found.

Understands which welding procedures are to be used for the various applications (welding procedures are available on the BMWC Pipeline, our intranet site.)

Understands the Inspection and test plan requirements applicable to the work scope and can communicate the witness and hold points to the foremen.

Keeps in good communications with the foremen in the area or project that he is assigned to and keeps up with inspections and documentation of the welds as they are completed.

Notifies supervisor if having trouble keeping up on inspections or is having problems with communicating with the foremen.

Ensures that the WPS s are being adhered to by performing in process inspections, by monitoring the welders on WPS variables, reporting any deficiencies to foremen and to your supervisor.

Ensures that the welders are qualified for the welding being performed:

WPQ s are on BMWC pipeline

Project qualified welder log

Continuity reports are available upon request

Inspects the welds for all discontinuities when access allows inspect the weld root internally. Checks code for acceptable value limits.

If the weld is acceptable uses an appropriate marker and writes VT OK initial and date adjacent to the weld (do not apply markings on weld). If it is rejectable mark problem areas and report the issue to the foreman.

Checks for any temporary attachments that may have been welded. If found identify the areas for any required NDE.

Each weld is to be assigned a number on the isometric drawing. Number the welds per project requirements. Once the weld numbers are assigned the drawing is known as the weld map. The weld map is then used to create weld logs or daily weld reports.

Documents the inspections on the weld logs or daily weld reports. This documentation is to be neat and concise.

Maintains the up to date weld maps and weld logs. (Either in paper or electronic form). These forms are to be complete, legible, properly signed off and filed to be easily retrievable and available for inclusion in turnover packages or as per your supervisor s instructions.

Responsible regarding NDE/PWHT;

Responsible to ensure that all required NDE/PWHT for the welds within the area/project have been performed as required

Monitors and maintains welders NDE percentage requirements.

Monitors welds requiring NDE/PWHT to be performed.

Flags the weld with appropriate ribbon/tagging.

Fills out and forward the appropriate request form.

Ensures that reports obtained from the performing NDE technician are correct and complete.

Promptly files NDE/PWHT reports in turnover package and completed NDE/PWHT binder or per supervisor s instructions.

Performs Hydro‐test and Turnover Package maintenance‐ Collect and prepare all inspection and testing documentation for inclusion into the turnover package at the completion of work scope. The project construction scope may be packaged by system, by hydro‐test, by job note, or as determined or mutually agreed upon by Client. Each turnover package will contain all field inspection and testing records for the components within the package scope boundaries;

Ensures that actual hydro test boundaries are as identified per project requirements, this may include;

The identified boundaries on the P&ID and applicable isometric drawings.

The Identified boundaries on the hydro‐test form.

Selects the appropriate inspection forms to be included in the package.

Examines the piping within the hydro‐test boundaries by walk‐down prior to hydro‐testing and be satisfied that it conforms to all of the applicable examination requirements of the construction code and project specifications and that it is per the engineering design and drawings. The BMWC form MCF‐31 (pre-test checklist) found on BMWC Pipeline may be utilized during the walk‐down. Other project specific forms may also be used;

Utilize project specific punch lists forms or form (BMWC MCF‐8) to identify any incomplete items of work and/or errors in the installation. Present punch list to supervision and follow up when informed of item completion.

Once the piping is acceptable to hydro test and all required NDE is performed and cleared sign off on the hydro test form to release for test.

Obtains a hydro‐test release signature from client or contract manager if applicable.

Responsible for the witnessing of the hydro‐tests.

Provide notice if required to others that will be witnessing the test.

When informed that the hydrostatic test is pressurized walk‐down the piping checks each weld and mechanical joint for leaks, ensuring that proper gauge and test equipment is in place, test is within required temperature and pressure range and that the test pressure is not dropping. Ensures that other witnesses are satisfied with the test. If test results are satisfactory allow the piping to be drained until verification that the pressure test gauge zeros. Signs the hydro‐test form.

Verifies that all reinstatement items that are to be completed after the hydro‐test such as test blind removal and instrument installations are complete.

If hydro‐testing is not required perform a similar piping walk‐down and document the examination on the project specific form/s.

If turnover scheduling requires that turnover take place prior to all elements being completed then any remaining elements within contract documents will be documented and appropriately categorized 1‐3 on a final punch list record. An authorized Client representative shall determine the category where the category cannot be determined by BMWC.

The Inspector is responsible to compile all the appropriate documents into the turnover package as the work progresses and perform a review of the package. Form BMWC AWF‐22 may be utilized for this purpose.

Requirements and Qualifications

Minimum of 2 years professional experience with piping inspection

MUST have quality experience in the semiconductor industry

Certified Welding Inspector with AWS or similar

Knowledge of ASME codes and applications

Has administered weld tests, as required

Strong service orientation, outstanding organizational skills, flexibility, and professionalism

Effective time management, strong detail orientation and accuracy

Ability to work productively with a diverse team

Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a constantly changing environment

Proficiency with Microsoft Office; Excel, WORD, Outlook, and technical aptitude to learn new systems


High School diploma required, post-secondary preferred

Additional coursework, training and/or certifications also preferred

Working Conditions

The working conditions and physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position.

Must work a minimum of 40 hours weekly during office hours per project requirements.

Employees are expected to have, utilize, maintain, and wear all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as required by BMWC Group, the client and any applicable other regulatory agency or management.

Physical Requirements

The employee may be required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, lift, carry, pull, grasp, sit or bend over for extended periods. The employee must be able to lift, carry and move up to 30 pounds, as needed. Employees in this position must be able to walk around indoor and outdoor job sites with distances up to ten miles of uneven, paved, dirt or sandy surfaces.

Our Comprehensive Benefits Package Includes

Competitive Pay with Bonus

401K/Profit Sharing with company match

Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

Life, AD&D and Disability benefits

PTO and paid holidays

Tuition Reimbursement