Asphalt Field Technician
Golden Triangle Construction is seeking an asphalt technician. Ideal candidates will have an interest in building a career in the construction material quality control field.
• Perform field testing for asphalt paving projects. This includes but is not limited to nuclear density gauge testing and core/box sample collection.
• Interpret and follow applicable specifications and standards.
• Provide clear documentation of findings and results.
• Prepare and submit field testing reports daily to the asphalt paving superintendent.
• Communicate field results with the paving superintendent, the asphalt plant and field inspection staff.
• High School Graduate or equivalent.
• 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license.
• Must have a NECEPT Asphalt Field Technician certification.
• Member of Laborers Local 1058 preferred
• Ability to interpret project plans and specifications.
• Ability to write accurate and concise field reports.
• Physical ability to perform field testing (frequently lift up to 50 pounds).
• Ability to work weekends, holidays, and overtime as needed with additional compensation
• Ability to work outside in all types of weather in a busy construction environment.
• Ability to perform all work in a safe and responsible manner.
Golden Triangle Construction Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!
Golden Triangle Construction is looking for Subcontractors & Suppliers in the Pittsburgh Area to collaborate on an upcoming bid for USACE at the Pittsburgh International Airport. If you are interested in quoting any of the following items – please reach out to Craig Whyte [email@example.com] in our Estimating Department prior to September 14th, 2022.
Saw / Seal Pavement
Traffic Control Devices
Temp Fence / Barrier
GTC Managers join the Constructors Association of Western Pennsylvania (CAWP) Members to Walk in the Footsteps of Leaders at Gettysburg!
On May 19 & 20, CAWP hosted 15 attendees for a unique and engaging leadership program. Project Managers Cortney Bucci and Trey Bucci with Concrete Technician Ryan Pendeville represented Golden Triangle Construction.
In the Footsteps of Leaders: Gettysburg Leadership Program uses lessons learned on the battlefield at Gettysburg and helps apply those lessons to today’s workforce.
For two days, the attendees walked in the footsteps of leaders, learned about the decisions those individuals made, and discussed the ramifications of those choices. Participants were then asked how they would be able to implement those lessons within their own organizations.
Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers – Beaver County Chapter have presented Golden Triangle Construction with an award for our I-376 Business Loop/Thorn Run Interchange Project!
Project of the Year Award from society for the Thorn Run Interchange Improvements for 2020 acknowledges Golden Triangle’s role in Engineering Achievement and symbolizes our efforts to improve our infrastructure in Allegheny County.
Congratulations to GTC Project Manager Anthony Pastin and his entire crew!
Golden Triangle Construction is on schedule to reopen the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport on Friday Morning, September 25th at 6:00AM. The airport has been closed since 8:00PM on September 8th to complete drainage and electrical work inside the runway safety area as well as to do the final paving and painting of the runway. The project to widen and strengthen Runway 6/24 to support larger aircraft began in April and was constructed mostly under nightly closures.
Learn more about the project here: https://gtcpgh.com/project/arnold-palmer-regional-airport-widen-and-strengthen-runway-6-24-phase-ii-2/
17,447 tons of asphalt has been placed to date!
Golden Triangle crews have been working hard at the Westmoreland County Airport!
The project included the widening of runway 6/24 from 100 to 150 feet, 25 feet on each side of the runway, with over 40,000 CY of excavation, 17,000 LF of underdrain, 90,000 tons of aggregate subbase, and 19,000 tons of asphalt. . In addition, 1000 feet of the Runaway was overlaid with 3 inches of asphalt where permanent light fixtures were installed. The work occurs during nightly closures of the Runway.
This is what 19,000 Cubic Yards of Roller Compacted Concrete looks like!
Before and after shots of the Upper Deckers Creek Dam in West Virginia where, as a subcontractor, Golden Triangle crews placed this massive amount of RCC for overtopping protection of the existing dam.
It was a beautiful evening in Latrobe on May 26th. This shot indicates GT crews working hard on the placement of the 2nd lift of asphalt on west side at the Runway 24 end for Golden Triangle’s Arnold Palmer Regional Airport Project – Widen and Strengthen Runway 6/24, Phase II.
Golden Triangle Construction was the contractor on this Emergency job in 2018. For the reconstruction of SR30 which included construction of a 400 LF solider pile retaining wall with tiebacks, 35,000 CY of excavation, 30,000 CY of rock embankment, 15,000 of soil embankment, and reconstruction of the roadway. The schedule required working 7 days per week, 24 hours per day.
The project has been selected to receive a National Award from the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists as their Outstanding Environmental and Engineering Geologic Project, nominated by their Greater Pittsburgh Chapter. More about the award can be found here https://www.aegweb.org/OEEGProjectAward.
“a. NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PROJECT
U.S. Route 30 is a major east–west, coast-to-coast highway. The roadway is the third longest U.S. highway, extending 3,073 miles across the northern tier of the U.S. from Atlantic City, New Jersey, to Salt Lake City, Utah. The portion of Route 30 extending through Pennsylvania is perhaps the most famous of all the U.S. highways, the Lincoln Highway, known as one of the earliest transcontinental highway routes for automobiles across the U.S. Today, the route stretches between two major cities of the Commonwealth, east from Philadelphia west to Pittsburgh.
On April 6, 2018, on a four-lane stretch of the Lincoln Highway located in East Pittsburgh Borough, Allegheny County, engineers from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Gannett Fleming were investigating a troubled section of Route 30. The roadway, a principal artery between the suburbs and downtown Pittsburgh, was experiencing surface displacement problems.
The investigation revealed much more than expected. The team detected a crack in a retaining wall near the base of the slope below the highway, as well as signs that the retaining wall was beginning to shift—evidence that accelerating surface movements identified at the roadway grade, may be the result of underlying slope movement. Recognizing imminent danger, the team alerted police to evacuate a residential community at the base of the slope.
Within hours and shortly before daybreak on April 7, a landslide sent 300 feet of roadway and thousands of tons of soil plummeting 90 feet down the steep hillside, destroying a home and two apartment buildings.”
Route 30 Slide: Before and After
“Golden Triangle Construction has begun work on actual widening of the Arnold Palmer runway, from 100 feet to 150 feet, which should make it easier for pilots to land during inclement weather.”
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