Formed in 2011, Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives (IEA) has grown into one of the nation’s leading infrastructure construction companies with 75% of the business servicing the renewable energy industry. Possessing an integrated portfolio, IEA has demonstrated the power of growing organically and how to successfully execute numerous strategic acquisitions. With the mission of proactively and safely meeting the essential infrastructure requirements to build some of the most challenging infrastructures across North America, our team has proven over time that our commitment and focus are second to none. From design and engineering to site development and construction, IEA’s services span the entire construction process. By taking a flexible and partnership approach, as well as focusing on the power of our people, we have fulfilled all our client’s needs with confidence. The IEA Family of companies includes IEA Constructors, White Construction, Bianchi Electric, American Civil Constructors (Mountain West and West Coast), Saiia Construction, William Charles Construction and Ragnar Benson. Throughout the IEA Family of companies, we embrace diversity and foster an environment of inclusion and equity. This is because we believe that all employees deserve to experience a deep sense of belonging. With values including safety, integrity, innovation, flexibility, performance, teamwork, and financial strength, we ensure that everything we do is led by what we value the most. At IEA, we foster an environment where everyone has a voice and one that is stronger together because of our differences. At the end of the day, our employees are our biggest asset, and we are proud of building both strong infrastructures and an even stronger culture.
This individual is responsible for technical quality assurance and quality control in all phases of construction at a project site. Travel is a requirement of this position.
Manage data from inventory tracking system.
Provide on-site inspection and documentation to ensure that all construction is completed in accordance with the design and quality control manual developed by the manufacturer as well as IEA’s Field Quality Control Plan.
– The ability to deal on a daily bases with Project Management, Engineers, and subcontractors, 3rd Party and Turbine Manufactures concerning various site issues, inconsistencies and non-conformances.
Direct and train skilled labor in various procedures and work instructions.
Capable of reading and understanding shop drawings, mix designs, geotechnical reports, manuals, and engineered drawings.
Knowledge of reinforcement and concrete placement, product testing, module installation processes, and civil construction processes
Liaison with Client, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers and/or internal departments on quality related matters.
And various duties as assigned by the Quality Control Manager & Director