• Bridge Design Engineer III

    Location US-GA-Atlanta
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Experience (Years)
    Engineering - Transportation
  • Overview

    CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Bridge Design Engineer III to join our Transportation Structures Group in our Atlanta, GA office.


    • Bridge design and other structural projects. Projects include bridge replacement, rehabilitations and evaluations, as well as other structural related projects involving retaining walls, sign structures, towers, etc.
    • Performing structural analyses and preparing design calculations.
    • Performing bridge load ratings and preparing load rating reports.
    • Assist in the development of reports, drawings, and other engineering documents.
    • Assist in the management of project schedules and budgets.
    • Perform construction phase services including shop drawing reviews and responding to requests for information.
    • Serve as Assistant Team Leader, assisting in the completion of regular or in-depth bridge inspections.


    • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering is required.
    • Master’s Degree in Civil or Structural Engineer preferred.
    • 3+ years of Bridge Design experience required
    • EIT or FE certification required.
    • PE Preferred
    • Must be physically capable of performing tasks associated with the position.
    • Experience with AASHTO bridge design specifications preferred.
    • Must be proficient with Excel; Mathcad experience preferred.
    • Must have experience with use of CADD systems; Microstation experience preferred.
    • Experience with bridge analysis and design programs preferred.

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.




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