Stormwater/Water Resources Project Manager
Updated on 3/27/2024
Benesch

501-1,000 employees

Infrastructure design and consulting services firm
Company Overview
Benesch is a distinguished company in the infrastructure sector, recognized for its commitment to quality professional services and its role in shaping the nation's infrastructure. The company's competitive edge lies in its client-focused approach, responsive service, and recruitment of top-tier talent to ensure project success. With a diverse team of over 1,000 professionals across 20 states, Benesch demonstrates industry leadership and technical prowess in engineering, landscape architecture, science, construction management, surveying, and planning.
Consulting

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

1946

Headquarters

Chicago, Illinois

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

3%

1 year growth

6%

2 year growth

6%
Locations
Denver, CO, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Marketing
CategoriesNew
Business & Strategy
Requirements
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or related discipline required
  • 10+ years of transportation drainage experience preferred
  • Colorado Professional Engineering (PE) License required (or obtain within 6 months of employment)
Responsibilities
  • Perform hydraulic and hydrology (H&H) analyses and design for transportation projects
  • Prepare drainage reports in conformance with client and industry standards
  • Assist with plan production related to drainage design, stormwater management and detention facilities, water quality/MS4, quantities and specifications
  • Contribute to project goals and milestones, coordinate resources, and monitor project progress
  • Oversee and assist in preparation of hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, studies, reports, construction drawings/plans, specifications, and cost estimates for a wide variety of stormwater design and planning projects
  • Adhere to all internal procedures for quality control, documentation, and project tracking to ensure the development of high-quality engineering documents
  • Champion relationships with key clients in the Denver metro area and throughout Colorado
  • Contribute to other project work as a technical specialist or advisor as needed
  • Market potential clients in coordination with Division and Group leadership
  • Provide input into the growth of the practice
  • Actively participate in the marketing process including proposal writing
  • Lead strategic project pursuits for drainage projects
  • Develop and manage scopes, schedules and staff hours for drainage related tasks and projects
  • Contribute to Colorado Division strategic growth initiatives