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GROUND Engineering Consultants, Inc. is currently seeking entry level to experienced Construction Matertial Technicians. Technician/Inspector and Soils/Concrete Laboratory Technician positions to work for our growing Engineering Firm. Candidates will be required to perform routine construction materials testing (Concrete, Soils, Asphalt, etc.) as well as laboratory soils and concrete quality contr...
GROUND Engineering Consultants, Inc. is currently seeking entry level to experienced Construction Material Technicians. Candidates will be required to perform routine construction material testing (Concrete, Soils, Asphalt, etc.) as well as laboratory soils and concrete quality control testing. Experience (ACI, WAQTC certifications) preferred but NOT required. Position requires Pre-Emploment drug...
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