Are you someone who looks at a roadway and sees a piece of a puzzle? Do you want to be part of creating infrastructure that safely and efficiently moves people, goods, and vehicles through our world? Erdman Anthony is looking for you.

Erdman Anthony, a nationally recognized, award-winning engineering firm known for complex, high-profile engineering projects and a construction inspection industry leader, is seeking Construction Inspectors for the NYSDOT, Lift Bridge Rehabilitation over the Erie Canal (D263770) project located on Route 250 in Fairport, NY.  Candidate must be a NICET II or NICET III certified with a minimum of 3 years of prior construction inspection experience on the rehabilitation of bridges and ACI Grade 1 certified.  Truss bridge experience is a plus. NYSDOT Site Manager experience is preferred but not mandatory.  Immediate openings.

Your next opportunity for career growth starts at Erdman Anthony, an employee-owned firm where employees say that the best part about working here is the people!


  • Medical insurance
  • Health savings account (HSA)
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision care insurance
  • Life and AD&D insurance company-paid
  • Supplemental life insurance options
  • 401(k), with a generous company match
  • Paid vacation/holidays/sick/personal time
  • Short-term disability company-paid
  • Long-term disability options
  • Flexible spending plan for dependent care
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Employee assistance program support for employees and their family members company-paid
  • Employee owned firm

Erdman Anthony is not able to sponsor visas.

Erdman Anthony is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strong advocate of workforce diversity.  
Minority / Female / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity / Disability / Veteran
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