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Water Treatment Construction Inspector

  • Lexington, TX
  • Inspector
  • Main

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We are looking to add Water Treatment Construction Inspector to our stellar team.

Up to $87.9K/YR



What we offer:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Coverage
  • 401K Retirement Plan
  • 401K% Match
  • Long and Short Term Disability
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee and Family Assistance
  • Accident Insurance
  • Hospital Indemnity
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Flexible Spending and Dependent Care
  • Employee Advocacy Services
  • Employee Legal Services
  • Paid Vacation
  • 6 Floating Holidays
  • 8 Observed Holidays
  • 10 Days Sick Time
  • Paid Training
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Growth & Advancement Opportunities
  • On-going Training & Development
  • Company Holiday Event
  • Spring/Summer Company Family Event
  • Annual Health Fair & Biometric Screenings
  • Spot Award & President’s Award Recognition Programs
  • Community Volunteer Work Helping Hands Grant

As a Construction Inspector you will initially be reporting to a water supply capital project construction site near Lexington and will be accountable for on-site inspections and acceptance of construction work for capital engineering projects. You will also be conducting on-site inspections of construction projects ensuring conformance to contract documents and industry safety standards.


  • Enforce compliance with the requirements of permits or approvals granted for construction
  • Act as an on-site contact for construction contractors and serving as a liaison between construction contractors and Project Managers
  • Provide oversight to resolve questions related to the engineering of assigned projects and understand when to elevate those questions to the Project Manager
  • Prepare project documentation in accordance with Company standards
  • Review and approve construction contractor progress payments and record drawings
  • Inspect water construction projects including pipelines, plants and other facilities for compliance with standard specifications and details, approved plans, and generally accepted construction practices
  • Monitor contractor performance and compliance with our and OSHA safety practices
  • Maintain logs and records reflecting construction progress and procedures
  • Perform research on existing systems to assist with the planning and execution of short-duration shutdowns and fire flow tests
  • Complete inspection reports documenting inspection findings
  • Oversight and coordination of pressure testing of tapping sleeves, and water mains
  • Verify all valves within the test section are in the open position
  • Witness the disinfection of water lines

Just as we take excellent care of our customers, we strive also to create a healthy work/life balance with deep respect for the quality-of-life for all our technicians. Our work environment is a space that promotes growth, productivity, and employee well-being.

We are committed to taking excellent care of our team by offering great benefits and a healthy life/work balance.

We look forward to helping you reach your career goals as a valued part of our service family!


What’s required to be successful:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum of 4 years of experience in an Inspector role
  • In lieu of Inspector role experience, we will consider candidates that have worked as a foreman/supervisor (or higher level) on major construction projects
  • Minimal travel required – 80% in the field, 20% in the office – on occasion may require short-duration trips to other service areas outside of the Taylor/Lexington, Texas area
  • Coordination and organization skills
  • Ability to read engineering plans and specifications
  • Communication skills – verbal, listening and recording
  • Interpersonal skills – tact, diplomacy, persuasion, cooperation; attention to detail
  • Knowledge of engineering specifications and surveying principles; construction means and method; procedures and Federal and Company safety regulations; critical path method scheduling principles
  • Must be able to lift 50+ pounds and walk for several hours a day. Position has the potential for exposure to dust, pollen, chemicals, water and sewage. Must be able to tolerate extreme heat


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