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Mechanical Engineer
Mechanical Project Engineer Job Summary As a Mechanical Project Engineer you will be part of an engineering team which is responsible for engineering support related to central utility plant systems including boilers, burners, compressed air systems, cooling systems, related equipment and infrastructure. This is an outstanding opportunity for a MSME or BSME who possesses 5+ years of hands on design experience in a project development based environment. If you’re interested in a dynamic career with a healthy, growing firm, you’ve come to the right place. This is a position where your efforts directly drive the success of each project. Primary Responsibilities • Overall system design, sizing, layout and selection of power plant equipment • Develop process flow diagrams (PFDs), General Arrangement (GA) drawings and Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) • Perform mass/heat balance calculations • Perform calculations for sizing pumps and fans • Prepare process piping and valves specifications, layouts and calculations. May include pipe stress analysis including hanger systems and support items utilizing specialized engineering software. • Develop vendor and subcontractor Request for Quotations (RFQ’s) • Evaluate vendors and subcontractor bids for technical acceptability, performance and price • Assist in the development of proposals (scope identification and technical summary), cost estimates and schedules • Travel to client facilities for gathering of initial information, review meetings and construction support • Process instrument sizing and specification • Perform additional tasks in support of various company and project objectives   Qualifications • Strong computer skills are required including AutoCAD and Microsoft office applications. 3D AutoCAD experience is a plus. • Good working knowledge of ANSI & ASME Codes, specifically pertaining to pressure vessels and power plant piping (steam, condensate, feedwater, natural gas, etc) • Familiar with combustion/heat-transfer design principals • Ability to understand and generate PFD’s and P&ID’s • Understands typical equipment utilized within an industrial powerhouse environment • Provides concise deliverables with little technical direction. • Initiative to identify tasks required to provide deliverables and accomplishes them • Positive attitude with high levels of self-motivation • Enjoys occasional brief traveling (1 to 3 days at a time) for design review meetings, data gathering and construction support • Manages several projects’ workload • Experience in working in a deadline environment • Strong written and verbal communication skills. Includes technical writing for engineering reports, specifications, RFQ’s, etc. • Commitment to company core principals of systems’ safety, reliability and efficiency • 3+ years relevant work experience • A PE license is a plus. Lipten Company offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and 401(k) as well as three weeks paid personal time off in addition to ten paid holidays. Lipten is an equal opportunity employer. Please reply with resume and salary expectations to Jim Marshall, jmarshall@Lipten.com.
Posted:9/13/2017
Contact:jmarshall@lipten.com

Controls Software and Service Technician
Controls Software and Service Technician Job Summary As a Controls Software and Service Technician you will be part of an engineering team which is responsible for developing custom controls per application in addition to sustaining existing systems currently used in operations across North America. Your work is mostly related to the support of central utility plant systems including boilers, burners, compressed air systems, cooling systems and related equipment. This is a dual function position requiring a solid understanding of industrial PLC and HMI software along with a strong foundation in implementing systems in the field. This position requires a self-sufficient, detailed and diligent person to ensure a positive outcome is achieved for each project. If you’re interested in a dynamic career with a healthy, growing firm, you’ve come to the right place. This is a position where your efforts directly drive the success of each project. Primary Responsibilities • Software development primarily utilizing RSLogix 500, RSLogix 5000, FactoryTalk View ME/SE editions, Ethernet style communications and pertinent protocols and Modbus communications via RS485 multi-drop link • Travel to client facilities for gathering of initial information, review meetings, construction support, commissioning and training • Conduct Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) of the generated software and hardware • Prepare Sequence of Operations Manuals containing all relevant functions, alarms, recoveries and operational procedures. Include HMI graphic screen descriptions along with highlights of operator functions and monitoring capabilities. • Prepare training syllabuses/manuals and to present training to end clients, sales representative field service technicians and OEM users of these products • Assist in the development of proposals, cost estimates and schedules • Perform configuration and startup services in the field consisting of:  SMART type instruments, actuators and switches: use a handheld or PC based device to configure devices, set ranges, limits, stroke, and deadbands  Non-Smart type instruments, actuators and switches: use hand pumps, digital voltmeter and power source to properly calibrate devices for range, setpoints etc.  Loop check devices from the field to the control panel terminals  Software check that all devices are reading correctly at the controller, and that they are being displayed on the HMI. Ensure all devices are ranged/scaled correctly per the instrument sheets and configured in the control system correctly. Verify manual operation of all controlled elements are properly displayed from the control system HMI.  For combustion systems: Pre-fire test control system from purge through light-off to ensure proper operation of the control software, hardware and devices. Adjust burner air-fuel ratios for optimum emissions and efficiency.  Document each device and testing procedures including: tag name, instrument type, service conditions, serial and model numbers, critical settings, measured values, “as found” and “as left” conditions. • Perform additional tasks in support of various company and project objectives Qualifications • Software development experience utilizing RSLogix 500, RSLogix 5000, FactoryTalk View ME/SE editions, Ethernet style communications and pertinent protocols and Modbus communications via RS485 multi-drop link • Familiar with typical Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system software packages such as FactoryTalk View, Wonderware and Cimplicity • Understands typical instruments utilized within a powerhouse environment • Understands electric and pneumatic actuators for zero and spanning operations relating to stroke, seating, position feedback and position switches • Understands Function Block & Ladder Logic programming • Good program structure and documentation skills is a must to ensure others can follow along with the thought pattern and aid in troubleshooting and verification of the generated code • Skilled in troubleshooting, reading electrical connection drawings and ensuring devices are properly connected • Generates and understands Functional Control Diagrams and SAMA diagrams • Generates and understands PID drawings • Enjoys traveling 10%-40% of time • Self-starter and takes initiative • Manages several projects’ workload • Experience in working in a deadline environment • Written and verbal communication skills • Proven project delivery through development of scope, costs, schedule and commissioning • Microsoft Word and Excel expertise • Commitment to company core principals of systems’ safety, reliability and efficiency • 5+ years relevant work experience. Lipten Company offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and 401(k) as well as three weeks paid personal time off in addition to ten paid holidays. Lipten is an equal opportunity employer. Please reply with resume and salary expectations to Jim Marshall, jmarshall@Lipten.com
Posted:9/13/2017
Contact:jmarshall@lipten.com

Mechanical CAD Designer
Mechanical CAD Designer Lipten Company, a full service industrial/institutional energy center design-build contractor for over 40 years, is seeking a skilled Senior Mechanical CAD Designer to join our engineering team. This is an outstanding opportunity for a person who possesses 5+ years of hands on design experience in a project based development environment. This position requires the design, drafting, and development of 2D and 3D AutoCAD drawings for industrial equipment layouts and mechanical details. The primary responsibility is to provide complete project drawings including plans, sections, details, elevations, isometrics, P&ID (Piping & Instrument Diagrams), PFD (Process Flow Diagrams) and equipment layouts. Position responsibilities: • Prepare 2D and 3D mechanical design in AutoCAD 2009/2010; emphasis on the 3D portion is a must. • Prepare clear, complete and accurate piping layouts, 3D models, isometrics, general arrangements, P&ID and detail drawings from sketches, vendor data and project requirements. • Make changes or modify existing drawings as directed by Engineers or Management. • Keep a detailed “change log” for all drawings and insure current drawings are filed accordingly. • Prepare drawing packages to be used for quoting and build. • Be proficient in utilizing shading, revision balloons, and color coding within drawing. • Create templates and standard designs to increase drafting efficiency. • Good working knowledge of Dimensioning, ANSI & ASME Codes • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook Experience in the process/power industry with familiarity & skills as well as a BS degree would be a plus. Good communication skills are a must as most work will involve direction from in-house Mechanical Engineers. As part of a multi-functional team, this position must produce work that is professional, consistent, accurate, timely, complete, and exhibit excellent teamwork skills in identifying, defining and resolving design problems. If you’re looking for a career that will drive the growth of a company, are a self motivated team player, and have a “do whatever it takes to get the job done” attitude, this could be an exceptional opportunity. Lipten Company offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and 401(k) as well as three weeks paid personal time off in addition to ten paid holidays. Lipten is an equal opportunity employer. Please reply with resume and salary expectations to Jim Marshall, jmarshall@Lipten.com.
Posted:9/13/2017
Contact:jmarshall@lipten.com

Site Construction Manager
Site Construction Manager Position Description The following items describe the functions and tasks under the position of Construction Manager. Each area described below is broken down into the general requirements that will be used as a guideline, but are not entirely limited to those items. In essence, this position is responsible for projects from a site based technical, financial, contractual, and liaison standpoint. General Description Lipten Company’s primary business is as an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company specializing in Energy Center Systems, including boilers, burners, turbines, controls, instrumentation, control elements and all supportive ancillary equipment (such as deaerators, surge tanks, water treatment and chemical feed systems). As a project based company, working with clients within the 48 contiguous United States, Canada and selected overseas markets, systematic oversight is required to ensure adherence to specifications, effective client communication, technical assessments, schedule adherence, financial diligence and overall coordination of services and equipment provided. This position is a cornerstone of meeting and exceeding expectations, with the majority of time spent with the client and subcontractors ensuring a positive outcome for both the client and the company. The Construction Manager (CM) will be a member of a team formed to support the necessary activities required for satisfactory project delivery. The CM is expected to work in unison with the Project Manager, and is expected to complete site specific tasks. Coordination and execution of site based functions are solely the responsibility of this high profile position. Initial Project Sequence Prior to departure for site, the CM will meet with the project team, be briefed by the Project Manager with regard to the client, site location, work scope, specifications, schedule, and overall general project background. The CM will then be directed to relevant project documents for review and duplication. Access to the project documentation is intended to allow the CM to gain a thorough understanding of the project scope, contractual details, schedule constraints, subcontractors, and major vendors.. Following is a typical list of relevant items that the CM is expected to be familiar with and able to readily retrieve: • Review and comprehension of the Lipten proposal relating to inclusions, clarifications and terms and conditions of the agreement. • Review and understanding of the preconstruction project schedule, adherence to milestones, certain sequencing and critical junctures. • Review and comprehension of client provided scope of work, scope of supply and/or specifications and drawings with a critical eye to verification of contractual obligations and requirements presented within the Lipten proposal. • Review and comprehension of client provided contract documents relating to content, schedule milestones, insurance, liquidated damages, and retention. • Review of submittals to ensure familiarity with drawings, equipment, and components that will be delivered to the site. Dimensions, weights, connections, orientations and installation instructions are to be reviewed with subcontractors prior to delivery, to ensure readiness. • Become familiar and prepared for any site based safety items as required by the client’s specification or needs. This may include safety meetings, site and task specific safety plans, OSHA training compliance, drug testing and other reporting items. • Initial introduction to client as Lipten’s lead site person by the Project Manager. • Obtain a copy of all pre-award and post-award Requests for Information (RFI). As site based issues arise, the CM will be responsible to generate RFIs and submit them to the Project Manager for resolution. The CM is also expected to assist in identifying practical and economical solutions to RFIs through work with the Owner and subcontractors. • If a site trailer is necessary, organize, outfit, and mobilize the trailer to the site location as required. The CM is to coordinate with the client regarding date of delivery, site access, and appropriate site location for the trailer, all prior to transportation. Coordinate trailer transportation, utility services and hookup, as needed. The CM is also to arrange for temporary services if required, such as portable toilets, wash stations, and waste disposal. At project conclusion, coordinate the demobilization and relocation of the trailer, as coordinated with the PM. As a general requirement, the CM is to review, fill in and accomplish all items detailed within the “mobilization checklist” file found in the “mobilization” folder within each job file. This checklist is intended to ensure all items are accounted for at a pre-mobilization phase through mobilization phase. Some modification of this form may be required to fit the specific needs of individual project, and will be adjusted by the Project Manager. Project Support On-site After gaining a full understanding of the project scope and as per the project schedule, the CM will be dispatched to site. The Construction Manager’ role while on site includes: • Interface with Owner and general contractor. Lipten may report directly to the Owner or to a general contractor, depending on the job specific contractual arrangement. General contractor may be inserted in place of Owner in the below descriptions when dictated by the actual contractual arrangement: o Maintain a good working relationship with the Owner and staff. o Identify owner requests for change in scope. Ideally, obtain the written Owner generated request for change, detailing the requirements, timing and reason for change. Review and forward all Owner change requests in writing back to the Project Manager. The PM will assemble quotations, submit the Change Order Request, and track status of the change request. If the Owner request for change is verbal, work with the Owner and Project Manager to clearly define the scope and timing of the change requested. o Identify and respond to construction deficiencies raised by the Owner. Review, document, and forward owner issues in writing back to the Project Manager. If the item can be addressed on site without additional costs to Lipten, accommodate the request and advise the PM of actions taken to resolve the deficiency. If the deficiency cannot be resolved without cost to Lipten, assist the PM in developing a solution. o Identify and respond to engineering and procurement deficiencies raised by the Owner. Review, document, and forward Owner issues in writing back to the Project Manager. If the item can be addressed on site without additional costs to Lipten, accommodate the request and advise the PM of actions taken to resolve the deficiency. If the deficiency cannot be resolved without cost to Lipten, assist the PM in developing a solution. o Implement and comply with Lipten and Owner safety protocol. o Coordinate site access, equipment and crane access, service interruptions, and work schedule with the Owner. o Actively participate in general coordination meetings with the Owner. If others are responsible for meeting minutes, ensure CM is copied, comment as required and provide a final version to the PM. If no one else is nominated for minute keeping, the CM is to document the meeting with minutes and distribute to attendees for comment, or as a minimum copy the Owner and the Project Manager. All meetings attended by the CM must be documented in this manner. • Interface with contractors and site vendors. This duty is paramount, as the CM is the Lipten Company representative for all site activities. o Maintain a good working relationship with the subcontractors. o The CM is to document any meeting held with a subcontractor or vendor on site. Minutes are to be taken by the CM, and circulated to attendees for comment, prior to sending to PM. This is crucial to ensure commitments are kept, to provide clear direction, and to formalize discussion, outcome, and decisions made. o Manage subcontractor activities on site with respect to scope, schedule, quality, and safety. o Coordinate and arrange all vendor startup requirements based upon schedule and site readiness. Review specification and Lipten purchase order for startup details. Once on site, manage vendor startup personnel with respect to scope, schedule, documentation, reports, quality and safety. o Coordinate and document daily construction activities with the trade foremen and vendor startup personnel. o Identify questions and concerns that subcontractors may have with demolition, installation, delivered materials, drawings and specifications. o Coordinate construction schedule with the trades. Regularly verify that subcontractor manpower is adequate to meet the mutually agreed upon schedule. o If a scope change is suggested by a subcontractor, review and document the request, detailing the reason it is not included scope work. Try first to work out an on-site resolution resulting in no additional cost or deduct in cost. Relay details of the compromise to the PM. If additional labor, materials, rentals or schedule extension would be required to accomplish the work, detail all items and forward to the PM for discussion. Assist the PM with review, reaction and resolution. The CM does NOT have the authority to sign or approve any documents relating to a change of scope without prior approval by the Project Manager. o If a scope change is initiated and/or approved by the Project Manager, the CM is to communicate details to the relevant subcontractor, typically through the trade foremen. Monitoring and verifying the work, materials and manpower are the responsibility of the CM. The CM is to upload, to the job file, copies of all signed contractor extra work time and material sheets once approved by the CM. o Manage subcontractor job safety and documentation. Ensure “toolbox” safety talks are held regularly, as well as adherence to any site specific reporting requirements. • Interface with outside authorities o Construction Manager is to be the point of contact for all OSHA inspectors. o CM is to be the point of contact for all outside authorities having jurisdiction (plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and building inspectors). o CM is to schedule all inspections by outside authorities, or have knowledge if coordinated by a subcontractor. The CM is to coordinate the date of inspection, area for review, and exit results. • Interface with Lipten Project Manager o Relay design drawing errors and omissions identified in the field. Provide a detailed description of each deficiency and sketches or photos to the Project Manager to help clarify the condition. This may include subcontractor involvement and/or vendor input. o Relay project scope discrepancies / omissions identified in the field. As described above, provide as many details as possible and assist with resolution. o Report daily jobsite construction progress to the Project Manager. This is typically in the form of two daily reports; the first is a “daily log”, and the second is a “Contactor daily log sheet”. These reports are to be uploaded to the Lipten server – field documents folder daily, and the file named with the date included in the suffix.  Daily log: includes header data for project, date, subcontractor name, trade classification, quantity of workers and hours worked on site. The log also includes a description of work performed, as observed and compared to the second report, incident acknowledgement (separate form required for incident) and finally signature and date by CM.  Daily Log: the description section is very important and should include: • Any deliveries of equipment including vendor name and description of the items delivered, equipment being used, weather, ,temperature, and humidity. This section should also contain all specific direction received from the owner, or provided to the contractors. Describe any items impeding completion (decisions required from management or the Owner). In general, this section chronicles when things were done, by whom, and if any difficulties surfaced. Further, this section allows for any notable circumstances to be commented on, and logged.  Contractor daily log sheet: includes date, contractor name, supervisor name (main site contact), general description of work intended for the day with quantity of labor per task, hazardous activities, lockout / tagout, and training acknowledgement.  If allowed by the site, photograph the status of work, equipment, and other site activities / incidents. Upload pictures daily to the Lipten server – Site photos and file name with date as a suffix. o Actively participate in daily coordination / feedback with the Project Manager. This is typically telephone calls intended to summarize jobsite activity, concerns, schedule, and potential difficulties. This activity does not take the place of Daily Reports. o Act as the eyes and ears for both the Lipten PM and engineering staff. Again, the CM is the site based representative to ensure project orchestration is smooth, understood and all areas are implemented to the satisfaction of Lipten Company and the Client. Project Element Implementation The following items relate to supportive duties that will occur when the CM arrives on site and begins the construction process. This process includes many factors of which clarity and communication are now focused on site activities and sequencing, best suited to be managed by the CM. These will include prior described items, as well as the following: • Scheduling: Prior to arriving on site, the CM is to review the project schedule. The proposal schedule is a baseline plan detailing the majority of the events, durations and milestones. From construction start through final owner acceptance, the CM is to assume total scheduling responsibility. Following are some keystones: o Expand the milestone schedule provided by the Lipten PM. The detailed schedule is to be developed in Microsoft Project, and is to include all procurement, delivery expectations, construction, testing, start-up, and completion / close-out activities. o Review the detailed schedule with the Lipten Project Manager BEFORE distribution to subcontractors or the Owner. o Maintain the project schedule, including weekly or bi-weekly updates as required. o Notify the Project Manager when the completion schedule is not being met, and assist in developing a recovery plan. • Project Documentation: Correct and concise documentation is a crucial responsibility of the CM. Creation and maintenance of accurate documentation impacts all facets of the project, including invoicing, cost accounting, job status, schedule, and Owner relations. Key areas of interest and reporting include: o Keep a CURRENT set of plans (drawings) in the job trailer, available for use by trades, Owner, vendors and PM. The construction manager is expected to be familiar with all project drawings. o Have a CURRENT copy of all project specifications in the job trailer. The Construction Manager is expected to read and understand all of the project specifications. o Have a copy of all RFI’s issued to date in the job trailer. The Construction Manager is expected to assist the PM and engineers with generation and resolution of RFI’s. o Review all purchase orders and amendments in the job file. The Construction Manager is expected to read and understand the scope of supply and work scope of each subcontractor and vendor. o Receive and keep all shipping documentation. Upload scanned copies of all shipping documentation to the job file. o Maintain as-built drawings reflecting field modifications and actual conditions encountered (red lines). Communicate significant differences back to the PM. • Many material deliveries will be staged early in the construction process, and will be coordinated by the PM. Additional deliveries will be sequenced during the construction, as available, and in harmony with project readiness. o Once on site, the CM assumes all responsibility for scheduling and coordination of all vendor and Lipten material deliveries. o All deliveries will be inspected and confirmed to be delivered in good condition, and shippers confirmed to accurately represent materials received. o Coordinate all subcontractor material and vendor deliveries with other trades and the Owner, to ensure compliance with site access, timing, off-loading location, off-loading equipment availability and available staging space. Maintain small material and equipment deliveries in a pre-designated area, cataloged, documented and held until the proper time as needed for construction. o The Lipten CM is responsible to manage receipt and disbursement of all vendor provided, and Lipten provided materials delivered to site. Document transfer of materials to contractors, with date and time, to verify transfer and location of material. • The site trailer is the responsibility of the CM. This includes: o Maintain the trailer in a clean and presentable condition. The trailer is to be routinely swept, mopped, and to receive intermittent dustings. o Any food and non-essential paper is to be disposed of properly, and trash cans emptied on a regular basis. o Replenish operational supplies as needed, including printer ink, paper, paper towels, drinking water, and general office supplies. o Maintain chairs, tables, desks, work areas in a clean orderly fashion. o n. o Post all federal, state and local work regulations as required. o Post any site or client specific notifications as required. • Lipten or vendor start-up and commissioning are typically provided, and are to commence at the completion of strategic construction points. The following are aimed at ensuring coordination: o Schedule and coordinate start-up and commissioning with subcontractor support, vendor support and/or Lipten staff. o Assemble and insure that complete and correct commissioning paperwork is completed and retained. The CM is to review and verify the commissioning plan (how), commissioning work process (duration), and finalization/verification of documentation. It is the CM’s responsibility to confirm compliance with specifications and/or startup requirements. o Oversee Lipten start-up team, and address all remaining trade work and installation items identified as deficient. o Manage completion of start-up activities. o Upload and advise PM of all reports provided that verify operation, and will later become part of the operation and maintenance manual. • Jobsite Safety is of the utmost importance. Following are some consideration points for the CM to implement: o Maintain a copy of the Lipten safety manual in the job trailer. Read and understand the content of the manual, and apply pertinent areas to all construction phases. o Maintain a first aid kit in the job trailer. o Maintain a fire extinguisher(s) in the trailer. o Perform daily safety reviews of work in progress. o Prepare / maintain all safety paperwork (Lipten and subcontractor) as required by the client. • At any juncture, and especially as the project is nearing completion, a punchlist should be generated. The CM is main person to ensure implementation and closure. o The CM is to be proactive and initiate punchlist(s) generation. o Manage timely completion of ALL punchlist items. o Obtain Owner acceptance of completion of all Punchlist items. o At the end of each major item turned over to the owner for their beneficial use, obtain client signature on Letter of Acceptance forms created by the PM. Aid the PM with equipment identification, scheduled date of completion, and other relevant criteria for inclusion within the Letter of Acceptance. Construction Manager Competencies As described above, the CM has many areas of responsibility, and to enable one to meet the high standards set forth, must have the following proficiencies/competencies: • Self-motivated and self-sufficient personality that can be relocated as an “island”, but shoulder a large amount of responsibility with diligence, common sense and a “get the job done” attitude. • Very good verbal communication skills to clearly direct and inform relevant parties as to status, requirements, needs and progression to ensure timely and accurate assembly of the construction phase through completion phase of the project. • Very good personality, negotiation and organization skills to keep all resources in check and moving in the same direction, minimizing conflict and frustration for all parties, thus maintaining a harmonious work environment. • Very good written skills are required to accurately document and communicate formal correspondence in an efficient well written manner. Proficiency utilizing Microsoft Word is a must. • Very good reading and retention skills are required to recollect specification requirements, proposal inclusions and clarifications, scope of work inclusions, and client requirements. The CM is expected to be instrumental in answering and maintaining project specific requirements without excessive time lapses. • Proficiency at reading and understanding differing types of design drawings, to understand connection points, layout, areas of construction and such along with unique skill to visualize equipment placement, obstructions, demolition/installation areas and terminations. • Proficiency and understanding of mechanical, electrical, civil and structural disciplines and the skill sets required to accomplish the tasks required within a project. • Excellent planning skills and ability to provide forethought and organization to schedule multiple tasks during the construction phase. The CM must comprehend the sequencing to ensure a smooth flow of materials and work is accomplished. Proficiency utilizing Microsoft Projects is a must. • Proficiency with standard office equipment such as scanners, printers, WiFi hubs, and cell phones utilized for transfer of information from site to source. Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook is a must. Lipten Company offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and 401(k) as well as three weeks paid personal time off in addition to ten paid holidays. Lipten is an equal opportunity employer. Please reply with resume and salary expectations to Jim Marshall, jmarshall@Lipten.com.
Posted:9/13/2017
Contact:jmarshall@Lipten.com