Field engineer: implements and coordinates engineered construction processes.
Design engineer: develop conceptual and detailed designs for many construction projects such as office buildings, industrial buildings, airports, housing, roads, bridges, hydraulic structures, coastal structures, utilities, and dams.
Surveying engineer: perform surveying activities for all types of construction projects
Cost estimator: develops itemized costs and budgets for design and construction based upon knowledge and pre-design of operations, materials, and resources requirements.
Planning/Scheduling engineer: designs and monitors the plan for timing and sequence of construction operations.
Quality control assurance engineer: ensures that the items of the construction project conform to specifications and standards.
Projects controls engineer: reviews the cost and time performance of the project during construction.
Contract administrator: reviews the project's contracts and prepares / reviews change orders and claims.
Health and Safety engineer: reviews and implements the project's health and safety system to ensure health and safety standards are adopted throughout the project.
Project engineer: designs all or part of the project construction process, coordinates construction engineering to accomplish the overall objectives of the facility design team.
Project manager: oversees all aspects of a project, coordinates subcontractors, provides primary contact to the client as well as to the company's leaders.
Chief engineer, designer, estimator, project controls, contract administration, and project manager: oversees operations in designated areas related to multiple projects.
Division head or vice president, president, chief executive officer: manages overall company operations.