The Project Manager is responsible for managing the schedule, budget, quality, safety and relationships of a construction project in partnership with the Superintendent. This position plans and coordinates all aspects of the construction process to effectively manage the risk at hand. This includes managing subcontractors, contract negotiations, client expectations, dispute resolution, estimating/pricing, material procurement and schedule production.
Project plan by producing summary status reports, issuing monthly projections, and change orders, change proposals/pricing for both the owner and the subcontractor(s), creating/monitoring pay applications and cash flow in an effort to manage the budget.
Develop all project administration, correspondence, letters etc. Develop industry relationships and expand professional networks that have potential to generate future sales opportunities. Maintain a complete understanding of job contract and contract documents. Maintain the Job Cost Report, ledgers, and budget. Oversee the work of assistant project managers and participates in delivering training for other project and some field staff.
Manage all submittal approvals, RFI's, RFP's, SWA's, EWO's, PCO's, Material Procurement. Coordinate delivery of material and supplies to job sites. - Coordinate delivery of material and supplies to job sites. Initiate, organize, and attend project meetings with appropriate members of the project team and ensure that meeting agendas and meeting minutes are produced and distributed to attendees and other necessary parties. Attend owner and project meetings, maintain continuous client contact to gauge performance perceptions and communicate relevant information to Project Team. Cultivates and maintains a strong relationship with current and potential clients. Ensures all contract files are set up properly, contract reporting is timely and accurate and no contract activity goes unbilled.
1) General Construction (Vertical/ground up construction)
2) Experience working with a GC
3) Contract Management
- Bachelor's Degree in Building Science, Construction Management, Civil Engineering or related field required
-2-5 years of experience in large, complex facility construction and on-site experience in the management of new construction and the renovation of existing assets required.
-Mixed-use and/or Office construction experience preferred Detailed knowledge of the construction process, budgeting, accounting and procurement in order to manage a construction project required Computer skills including MS Office and scheduling software such as Suretrak, Project, P6, Procore, Revit.
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