SUMMARY OF POSITION:
This position is responsible for identifying new pursuits, project estimating, owner contract negotiation, planning, scheduling, subcontracting, cost management, quality management, contract administration, and safety management to develop and maintain a positive company reputation with the client and the community. He/she must maintain effective communications with immediate supervision and the Project Superintendent on all construction matters relating to the project's success. He/she will promote RSG image/culture through professionalism, fair practice, honesty and excellent project coordination. This individual must comply with all company policies and procedures.
Identify and pursue potential new clients and projects.
Conceptually estimate and establish budgets for new projects with minimally completed design.
Manage the design process to established budget.
When design drawings exist, perform detailed take-offs to establish an estimate or a budget.
Send designed projects out for bid, analyze bids, and create hard bid proposals.
Provide critiques and suggestions regarding design details.
Control budgets and schedules during pre-construction meetings.
Apply for and obtain the proper building permits.
Negotiate and draft subcontract agreements.
Create a detailed, comprehensive project schedule that incorporates design, permitting, and major subcontractor procurement (shop drawings, review and approval, material fabrication, delivery, etc.).
Monitor progress schedule and take action to ensure project proceeds on established schedule.
Order construction materials according to project specifications.
Manage multiple projects and multiple Project Superintendents.
Obtain submittals, review, and keep a log to track progress.
Generate RFI's and keep a log to track progress.
Maintain a cost spreadsheet to track all committed costs, exposures, and anticipated fees.
Conduct project meetings, produce meeting minutes and ensure they are distributed to all required parties.
Coordinate, manage and communicate effectively with the architect, engineers, clients, subcontractors/suppliers and any authorities having jurisdiction.
Ensure that the project is completed to the expected level of quality before the punchlist walk occurs.
Generate the punchlist with owners, architects, and tenants. Ensure the punch list is completed in a timely manner.
This individual should possess two or more years of post-secondary education in a construction related program, including several courses in technical communication and technical management.
He/she is required to have four or more years of hands-on experience, preferably in a management role.
A Construction Management, Engineering, or Architectural Degree is preferred.
Proficient computer skills with the ability to do CPM scheduling and planning are required.
This individual must have the demonstrated ability to effectively supervise construction projects and to accomplish work within budget and on schedule.
He/she should be familiar with design/build process and able to coordinate many people and activities involved in construction according to plan and design intent.
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 11:53:09 PDT