With a state that spans from the Niagara Falls, to farm country, to New York City (NYC) and into Long Island, New York has a very diverse landscape and a huge economic significance to the country. New York City (NYC) is the most populous city in the United States, has a Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) of $2 trillion, headquarters the United Nations, and is located right next to the world’s largest natural harbor. These large harbors make New York one of the key trading locations in the United States.

  • Rochester

  • Fort Drum

  • Buffalo

  • Montauk

  • Albany

  • Schenectady

  • Syracuse

  • Manhattan

  • Staten Island

  • Queens

  • Patchogue

  • Mattituck

  • Fire Island

As Construction Quality Control Managers, we have ensured contract compliance on many new construction buildings in northern areas of New York, and many dredging projects in New York City and Long Island. Through the capacity of QC Managers, we are proud to have managed a variety of contracts in this state ranging from $2M to $30M. We have worked with many companies in this state, including Great Lakes Dredge & Dock, Kisan Engineering, Land Remediation, and H&L Contracting.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Yes. The New York district hosts the Construction Quality Management Course for Contractors. It is a first come first served basis and you must pass the exam with a 70 or higher in order to receive your #784 certificate.

No special requirements. However, the New York district tends to require that the QC Manager have an engineering or construction management degree on many of their projects. More so than other districts.

The state of New York has plenty of work as a QC Manager. From working upstate to down in the NYC harbors, NY construction is always underway.


The USACE New York District covers most of the state, with regulatory branches placed throughout New York.


Yes. As a matter of fact, USACE primarily employs civilians.

The USACE deploys various contracts for small business. They include set asides for Women Owned Small Business, Veteran Owned Small Business, Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, HUBZone, 8A, and more. Please visit your local SBA to find out more.