This position is associated with a Worldwide Forced-Entry/Ballistic Resistant (FEBR) and Anti-Ram Barrier (ARB) Design-Build, Repair and Replacement (R&R) contract and it is contingent upon award of the contract to Cube Root Corporation (Cube Root). The work will be performed at various overseas US Consulate and Embassy facilities and will entail miscellaneous FEBR and ARB system installation and associated minor general building construction to accommodate these installations.
This position is for Journeyman Plumber for construction projects at multiple, geographically dispersed locations. Typically, projects will range from $1M-$15M and will consist of repair, renovation, forced entry ballistic resistant door and window installation, anti-ram barriers, and associated technical security systems.
The Journeyman Plumber performs skilled technical work in the installation, repair, replacement, and maintenance of domestic water systems, heating water systems, sanitary sewer systems, storm sewers, gas pipe (both threaded and fusion welded), steam and condensate pipes, and fire protection systems.
Read blueprints and other technical documents to assess building needs and pipe/plumbing fixture plans.
Have a comprehensive knowledge of the International Plumbing Codes.
Determine materials needed for each new project; estimate time and cost.
Install, assemble, maintain, and repair pipes and plumbing fixtures.
Affix clamps, screws, brazing, soldering, welds, etc. to pipes and tubes.
Measure and modify pipes accordingly by cutting, threading, or bending pipes by using specialized tools.
Install dishwashers, water heaters, toilets, sinks, etc.
Diagnose plumbing problems and work to resolve any issues.
Repair or replace damaged parts.
Train new apprentices in proper plumbing techniques and practices.
Confirm pipe system is air/watertight by performing pressure tests.
Keep detailed notes and create work reports documenting projects.
Test plumbing and other installed fixtures to ensure proper functioning.
Assemble pipe sections, tubing and fittings, using couplings, clamps, screws, bolts, cement, plastic solvent, caulking, or soldering, brazing and welding equipment.
Install underground storm, sanitary and water piping systems and extend piping to connect fixtures and plumbing to these systems.