Catalano Construction, Inc.


Catalano Construction, Inc.
Category Surveyor Type Full-time
Location Cumberland, Rhode Island View Website View website
Pay Rate Competitive
Category Surveyor
Type Full-time
Location Cumberland, Rhode Island
View Website View website


Catalano Construction, Inc. an established Site Excavation & Utility Contractor seeks highly motivated and qualified candidates for a position as a Construction Surveyor for work across Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.



–   Provide project layout and construction surveying for field
–   Maintain as-built progress documents and be responsible for final as-built deliverables
–   Oversee & manage earthwork bulk cut/fill excavation to grade
–   Assist with Cut/Fill Earthwork Modeling & Takeoff with Estimating Team
–   Create & maintain CAD project model for use with GPS surveying equipment and GPS machine control
–   Use drone technology to assist with site coordination and progress tracking
–   Strive to integrate current technologies in project workflow


–   Position requires 3+ years of Earthwork, Underground Utilities, and Road experience (Survey License not required);
–   4+ years of Construction Surveying
–   Knowledge of construction layout, survey calculations, and data collection
–   Proficiency in Autodesk Civil 3D or equivalent
–   Experience with GPS Base Station / Rover (Topcon / Trimble)
–   Heavy civil construction experience
–   OSHA 10 (at minimum)
–   Valid Driver’s License
–   Ability to work as a one-person crew utilizing robotic and GPS equipment
–   Ability to read & understand Contract Drawings & Specifications
–   Strong ability to multi-task, and handle multiple projects at once
–   Excellent written & communication skills
–   Rhode Island and/or Massachusetts Professional Land Surveyor License (PLS) is a plus


–  Paid Holidays
–  Paid Vacations
– Medical & Dental Insurance
– IRA Retirement Plan with company matching
– Wage determined by experience

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Surveyors are the people responsible for clearly defining where to move dirt and build things. Thanks to their knowledge of coordinates, elevations, and GPS models, they map project sites out through a series of paint marks, wooden stakes, and ribbons. No one can build accurately without their work, and they’re often the first ones on any job site before any action happens.

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