Manage Project Construction, ensuring all work is performed to standard, within budget, on schedule, and by assessing risk to minimize adverse conditions affecting projects including challenging man-hour estimates and participating in job walk downs.
The Geotechnical Construction Project Manager will be responsible for the overall management of geotechnical construction projects, including project estimating, contract negotiation, direct supervision of project teams onsite, safety, and quality control.
Ensure payment to vendors by monitoring materials used and processing invoices billed against the direct purchase order to vendor from ownership.Assists PM to schedule and manage pre-construction meetings, subcontractor and owners meetings.
In this role, you will monitor and report performance of projects by ensuring full utilization of tracking tools and reports, observation of and attendance at progress meetings, and direct interaction with personnel and management for feedback.
Direct all aspects of execution for projects in accordance with the scope of the contract including pre-bid meetings, proposal preparations, project start up, contract management, change order management, resource loading, cost controls, material buy out, subcontractor management, cash flow management and change order negotiations.
The Manager I Construction plans, directs and coordinates construction projects, ranging from routine and moderately complex projects to large, multiple-contract projects. Scope of human resources management includes both the construction representative and construction coordinator job families.
The Project Manager will be involved in the management of projects/programs for healthcare clients as directed by senior leadership. He/she will assist with the preparation, development and maintenance of the Master Program Budget and Schedule; coordinate with project teams to ensure timely delivery; and prepare monthly Project Status Reports for each assigned project among other responsibilities.