The Project Manager, IT Low Voltage Systems is accountable for the successful implementation of the IT Systems infrastructure and applications on all real estate construction: new builds and renovations to existing buildings and projects.
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.
The Construction Project Manager is a construction professional skilled in all facets of project management who is responsible for leading projects, following project processes, and where applicable, providing direction to assisting staff.
The Community Construction Manager will serve as the Companys representative at the work-site in dealings with subcontractors, suppliers, customers and government inspectors while ensuring compliance with all federal and state procedures and regulations, including safety, storm water, and building codes.
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.
In this role, you will lead project teams consisting of architects, design engineers, general and specialty contractors, property management, operating engineers, real estate brokers, environmental consultants, client Project Management Organization, client security, and client technology teams.
Determines budget estimates and staffing requirements for the defined scope and schedule. Ensures that the services of subcontractors and major construction equipment required by the project will be available at the appropriate time to ensure maximum efficiency and productivity.
The Community Construction Manager will serve as the Company's representative at the worksite in dealings with subcontractors, suppliers, customers and government inspectors while ensuring compliance with all federal and state procedures and regulations, including safety, storm water, and building codes.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for developing initial project specific cost estimates and taking lead responsibility with the budgetary management of the various cost components of the project