Design Engineer

September 16, 2023

Job Description

At Meyer our people power who we are! We take great pride in what we build.


Come be a part of an ever growing company with infinite opportunities for advancement. As an Engineer, you will be designing structures that contribute to the improvement and advancement of the Country’s electrical infrastructure. These utility structures help provide access to new and existing power sources all throughout the United States. The future of our industry is bright!

With Meyer, you join the innovators in developing, designing, and fabricating multi-sided tubular steel transmission poles, the first to use corrosion-resistant weathering steel, the first to utilize full-scale vertical testing, and the first to develop wood-equivalent steel poles. We were the first to design and fabricate 500kV and 765kV single-circuit tubular poles, and the first steel transmission manufacturer to become ISO certified. Our highly experienced, in-house team of engineers has helped author many current industry standards and specifications. Engineering solutions for voltages up to 765kV are designed with our proprietary software and validated through years of comprehensive, real-world testing.


Meyer Utility Structures, an Arcosa subsidiary, is searching for a Design Engineer at our Fort Worth, TX office! The Engineer is responsible for the analysis and design of tubular steel transmission structures and associated products to be in conformance with project design criteria, applicable industry standards and Meyer Utility Structures policies, procedures and design standards. The Engineer will coordinate and communicate technical information and requirements with internal and external customers and will prepare complete and accurate designs, details, documentation and reports for assigned projects. The Engineer will assist in resolving technical issues on drawings, in fabrication and construction as needed.

What You’ll do:

  • Review customer specifications and project design criteria
  • Using computer programs, design tools, engineering documents and structural engineering fundamentals, analyze and design structures and appurtenances to meet customer specifications and project design criteria.
  • Prepares design calculations and cost estimating information.
  • Review drawings for design conformance and customer revisions. Coordinates customer design revisions with project management, modeling and estimating.
  • Resolves problems of ambiguity during Drafting of Shop Drawings.
  • Reports the impact of design changes to the Project Manager.
  • As needed, performs checks of projects designed by other Engineers.

What You’ll need:

  • Bachelors of Science in Civil or Mechanical Engineering with a background in Structural Design or equivalent work experience that provides knowledge and exposure to fundamental theories, principles and concepts
    • E.I.T preferred
    • Steel Design coursework strongly preferred
    • Theoretical understanding of Basic Structural Engineering fundamentals
    • Ability to work as part of a team


What Arcosa Offers:

  •  Medical, Dental & Vision
  •  Life Insurance
  •  Long-Term Disability & Short-Term Disability
  •  Critical Illness
  •  Employee Assistance Program
  •  Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
  •  401(k) Plan with company match
  •  Paid Holidays
  •  Paid Vacation
  •  Sick Pay
  •  Tuition reimbursement
  •  Leadership development programs
  •  Training development resources
  •  Recognition programs
  •  Service awards
  • and much more


 At Arcosa:

We Strive for Greatness

Arcosa employees have high standards for quality work and a continuous improvement mindset.   

We Build What Matters

Arcosa products are critical to the world’s infrastructure. We carry this purpose with us daily. 

We Get Things Done  

Arcosa employees work hard together to accomplish goals and get things done.