FSLA Code: Exempt

The Precast Field Services Superintendent provides on-site supervision and technical management for all precast erection operations.  The Superintendent is accountable for the successful performance and profit of each project.  This is accomplished through:


  • Create foundational trust based on the highest integrity and the dignity of every person
  • Lead safety consciousness and actions to achieve company goals and meet industry standards
  • Inspect and provide leadership work in progress to ensure workmanship adheres to quality standards and project specifications
  • Plan, schedule, and direct all field erection activities including personnel, equipment, and subcontractors in the executing of work activities
  • Coordinate phases of construction to avoid delays
  • In coordination with the Project Manager, ensure all labor, materials, and subcontractors are onsite when required
  • Effectively communicate with others, including but not limited to suppliers, customers, and employees

Creation / Development/ Maintenance

  • Develop and manage project schedules and two-week look ahead schedules
  • Accurately submit daily / weekly reporting
  • Review and maintain field set of drawings
  • Work in conjunction with management to prepare personnel forecast to project employment and equipment needs
  • Accountability for maintenance of assigned Company equipment and tools on the project

Financial Controls

  • Manage the project budget and attain or exceed profit goals
  • Monitor labor actual vs. budget on self-performed work

Success of the position is measured by:

  • Project safety; incidents, lost time accidents, regulatory sanctions / fines
  • Project profitability – Project budgets are met or exceeded
  • Projects delivered on time
  • Quality and cost of rework
  • Productivity – Labor cost vs target
  • Customer complaints

To perform this job successfully the employee must have the following:

  • An Associates’ degree in Construction Management and/or equivalent experience
  • 5 -10 years of precast erection, production, handling or steel erection experience; Knowledge of precast production and quality control processes are required.
  • The ability to operate a computer, computer networks, common software and communication devices.
  • The ability to demonstrate a high level of safety/training knowledge
  • The ability to communicate at a high level, both receiving and disseminating information for clear understanding
  • The ability to understand broad direction and then formulate and execute detailed complex plans to meet that direction
  • The ability to make complex judgments in the interest of the company and employees
  • The ability to demonstrate and be considered a leader in company values
  • Duties may also include other related management and engineering activities as assigned by his/her immediate supervisor.
  • Individuals will be selected and trained for this position at the discretion of the Vice President

For more information, or to submit a resume contact Shawn Fister at sfister@bristolgrp.com


  • Analyzes upcoming production and prepares equipment, fixturing and tooling to ensure a safe, high quality and cost-effective production start-up.
  • Develops project scope, costs, financial justification, and schedule for improvements projects. Gains approval for capital expenditures.
  • Work with internal resources and equipment vendors to design and install new equipment and processes. Reconfigures and upgrades existing equipment to meet the needs of the business.
  • Oversees the installation and start-up of new production processes and equipment.
  • Designs new equipment, fixtures, and detailed drawings in 2D or 3D CAD.
  • Creates plant layouts and updates as built drawings.
  • Develops work instructions and standard work. Some time study work will be required to complete these tasks.
  • Troubleshoots process problems to increase productivity and improve product quality.
  • Participates and champions departmental Kaizen events.
  • Assists the maintenance department in the creation of Preventive Maintenance schedules.
  • Assists the maintenance department in troubleshooting equipment problems and determining root cause and corrective actions.
  • Develops new concrete mix designs to save costs and improve quality. Previous experience in this area is not required. Training will be provided as needed.


  • Technical or bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Civil Engineering with 3-5 years or manufacturing plant experience.
  • Proficient in the use of CAD programs. AutoCAD experience preferred.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Willing to work hands on.
  • Willing to work flexible hours as needed to complete projects.

For more information, or to submit a resume contact Shawn Fister at sfister@bristolgrp.com

Posted: 1/29/2021
Charlestown, IN

FSLA Code: Non-exempt

Reports to: Finish Crew Lead

Position Summary

  • Completes all tasks required to place and finish concrete on concrete wall panels and structural components.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Produces high quality precast concrete panels that meet engineering and PCI specifications.
  • Carries out the daily production plan as communicated by the Bed Lead and / or Plant Manager.
  • Completes tasks related to panel production:
    • Cleans and maintains production beds.
    • Prepares beds for concrete placement.
      • Removes protective plastic, installs chairs, finish cleaning.
    • Directs mixer truck driver and rakes concrete to required depths.
    • Cuts and places insulating foam to drawing specifications from blueprints.
    • Installs mesh and rebar and ties them in.
    • Operates manual concrete vibrators to fill voids and consolidate.
    • Operates power screed.
    • Uses hand trowels as needed.
    • Installs lifting pins and other accessories to blueprint specifications.
    • Final finishes the top of panels.
      • Hand trowel finish edges and around plates.
      • Apply broom finish.
      • Hard trowel finish utilizing power trowel machines.
  • Operates heavy equipment such as forklifts, concrete trucks, front end loaders, back hoes, and telehandlers in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Adheres to all safety rules and Ohio Valley Precast guidelines.
  • Reports ALL accidents to the Plant Manger immediately and completes an incident report.
  • Maintains and improves housekeeping to ensure a safe and productive workplace on an hour by hour, day by day basis – “ Clean As You Go “
  • Completes daily preventive maintenance tasks as assigned.
  • Maintains all tools on a daily basis.
  • Keeps continuous improvement in the forefront. Makes suggestions for positive changes without prompting.
  • Demonstrates the company values every day.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibility

  • None


  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
  • The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and /or ability required to be successful in this position.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and Experience

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED ).
  • Two to four years related experience and/or training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Required Skills

  • Ability to read blueprints as related to panel forming and production.
  • Skills required:
    • Ability to accurately measure using a tape measure.
    • Ability to accurately place components in concrete.
    • Ability to bull float and Fresno concrete.
    • Ability to hand float and hand trowel.
    • Ability to operate power tools safely, accurately, and efficiently:
      • Power Screed
      • Screw Guns
      • Rebar Tie Guns
      • Gasoline Powered Trowel Machines to produce a top-level finish. This includes understanding the correct timing for each step.
  • Ability to make basic math calculations.
  • Ability to use tablets and applicable software.
  • Ability to operate heavy equipment such as forklifts, cranes, front end loaders, and telehandlers a safe and legal manner.

Physical Demands

  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
  • Must be able to lift ( 40 ) pounds ( occasionally ).
  • Must be able to stand for extended period of time.
  • Must be able to squat, crawl and kneel to complete tasks.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Work Environment

  • The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
  • The work areas are not climate controlled. Ambient temperatures and humidity will generally be the same as outdoor temperatures. In the summer, temperatures and humidity can be greater than the ambient temperature. In winter, they can be lower.
  • Some work will be done in direct sunlight outdoors.
  • Due to the nature of the operation, the levels of noise, dust and dirt can be very high.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Success of This Position is Measured By:

  • Safety record
  • Quality of workmanship
  • Job knowledge and skills
  • Productivity
  • Cooperation
  • Dependability
  • Initiative
  • Communication and Teamwork

For more information, or to submit a resume contact Shawn Fister at sfister@bristolgrp.com