Bridge Inspector

Posted Date 6 days ago(5/20/2024 6:21 PM)
Bachelor's Degree


Kimley-Horn is looking for a Bridge Inspector to assist engineers with the completion of structural projects in our Houston, Texas, (TX) office!


  • Bridge engineer for NBIS bridge inspection, load rating, and design of bridges.
  • Lead field inspection of structures as an inspection team leader
  • Prepare and review inspection report findings
  • Perform LFD and LRFD ratings on bridges using analysis software
  • Prepare CADD drawings as required for structure documentation.
  • Work with other team members to support bridge inspection assignments and mentor team members in bridge inspection production efforts.
  • Work with other teams to perform bridge condition assessments.


  • High school degree or equivalent
  • Bachelors Degree Preferred
  • Professional Engineering (P.E.) License Preferred 
  • 5+ years of experience in bridge inspection assignments
  • Familiarity with AASHTO, NBIS, and upcoming SNBI
  • Completion of NHI / FHWA Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges course preferred
  • Ability to travel approx. 25% performing field inspections
  • Able to withstand high levels of physical exertion including walking, climbing, bending, carrying, and lifting up to 30 lbs.

Why Kimley-Horn?

At Kimley-Horn, we do things differently. People, clients and employees, are at the forefront of who we are. Clients know we prioritize achieving their goals and growing their success. Employees know our culture and approach to business are built on a desire to provide an environment for everyone to flourish. Our commitment to quality is only as good as the people behind it— that’s why we welcome and develop passionate, hardworking, and proactive employees. We take pride in how our employee retention, robust benefits package, and company values have led to Kimley-Horn’s placement on the Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work” list for 17 years!


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