Demonstrates capability to read, understand and apply standard to moderately complex documents affecting real estate projects, including but not limited to: agreements/contracts, leases, work letters, project charters, surveys and drawings.
The Project Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating all necessary project resources and documentation throughout the entire project lifecycle. This includes the maintenance of budget and schedule, and the management and administration of all contractual requirements, agreements with trade partners, purchase orders, meeting minutes and shop drawing logs. This individual also manages risk, insurances, general work performance and quality, and overall team progress against the project plan through consistent communication and collaboration with the owner and project team members.
Manage the process of closing any office, including preparing cost estimates and appropriating funds, coordinating vendors necessary to remove FF&E and clean the facility and perform final walk through with Landlord.
Prepare or direct the preparation of purchase orders and subcontracts for concrete materials and labor; including concrete, rebar, stud rails, post-tensioning, formwork, tower and mobile cranes, and any other miscellaneous concrete materials.
The Assistant Project Manager provides technical & administrative information to others working on a project to ensure that the work complies with all construction and general engineering standards, codes, specifications, and design instruction. Develops solutions to a variety of problems of moderate scope and complexity.
Develop and evaluate investment alternatives that are economically driven, business effective solutions, working with engineering and customers to ensure the correct scope, estimates and schedules for funding requests.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage all aspects of Aviation Civil Engineering projects and related work, including possessing a working hands-on proficiency with all aspects of projects including team organization, communications, sub consultant engagements, contract, scope of service and fee estimate development, scheduling, programming, design, planning, bidding, construction and special services as defined in applicable DOT criteria and FAA advisory circulars.
Identify, develop, and gather the resources to complete the project. This may include preparing calculations, designs, reports and work specifications; developing project schedules, budgets and forecasts; and selecting materials, equipment, project staff, and external contractors.