Construction Project Manager

Less than 5 years experience  •  Construction

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 11/08/17
Less than 5 years experience
Construction
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 11/08/17


2014 Pillar Award winner - Multifamily Development Firm of the Year! At NRP Group, we successfully develop, build, own, manage and have partnered in numerous projects in multifamily, senior housing, single-family infill, and commercial and retail sites. From high-density urban infill sites to more suburban settings, our focus is to make every building we develop, construct and/or manage a true reflection of the special needs and desires of our customers and residents, with a commitment to excellence from concept to completion. We develop, construct, and operate high quality market-rate and affordable rental properties. We are a dynamic and growing company that works in conjunction with many financial institutions, partners, and non-profit organizations to pursue the development and financing of real estate properties. Currently, The NRP Group has assets and operations in Ohio, Texas, North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Michigan, and Indiana. We are currently seeking a Project Manager of Construction for our Boston, MA office. Pre-Construction


• Prepare preliminary estimates during the design phase of work.
• Coordination of drawings and design of the professionals involved in the project.
• Consult with the General Superintendent to prepare a project construction schedule and submit to Senior Management for approval.
• Prepare documents for and solicit bids for the project.
• Receive the bids, analyze same, and consult with Senior Management before award of subcontracts.
• Prepare final budget and submit same to Senior Management for approval.
• Establish and maintain buyout schedule.
• Make best efforts to contract with MBE/FBE trade and supplies.
• Write all contracts, purchase orders, and change orders.
• Ensure that all subcontracts and proper Certificates of Insurance are on file prior to commencement of work by any subcontractor.
• Advise unsuccessful bidders once a subcontract is awarded.
• Secure all required permits from various governmental agencies.
• Ensure that all performance and payment bonds or letters of credit, if required, have been received.
• Assist in creating and maintaining specifications and scopes of work.
• Investigate cost savings methods, materials, procedures, and generally keep abreast of the state-of-the-art techniques.
• Evaluate project for possible hazards and risks. Meet with safety coordinator to conduct pre-construction safety meetings. During Construction:
• Maintain and update the project budget on the 1st day of each month.
• Review and update all monthly costs for the project including review for proper cost coding.
• Review and update construction schedule with General Superintendent each Monday.
• Maintain a current “stick” set of plans in the office.
• Distribute revised plans and specifications to the General Superintendent, field, and to all subcontractors.
• Procure, receive, track, review, distribute, seek approval as necessary, and approve shop drawings and submittals.
• Maintain the shop drawing log showing items submitted, date submitted, date approved, and date returned to subcontractor. Expedite the approval process as to not delay job progress.
• Maintain a record of field work orders and change orders and their impact upon job cost and the construction schedule.
• Assist the General Superintendent in anticipating and avoiding problems that may affect the construction schedule and/or budget.
• Assure that Certificates of Insurance do not lapse during the duration that the subcontractor is performing their work.
• Approve and monitor to assure timely processing of invoices and subcontractor applications so payment will be made on the 10th of the month.
• Procure, receive, distribute, and maintain owner material and finish selections.
• Assure that Notices of Commencements are sent to vendors that file Notice of Furnishings.
• Maintain an adequate supply of blueprints for each project.
• Maintain forms for administering each project.
• Prepare memos and minutes for meetings associated with the project.
• Request MSDS sheets from subcontractors and suppliers and distribute them.
• Conduct job site safety meetings.
• Inspect site for safety hazards and notify subcontractors or appropriate authority of same.
• Confer with the General Superintendent daily regarding problems that may arise. After Completion of Project:
• Assist in obtaining information required for the loan closing.
• Assist in and ensure the accuracy of the Final Project Cost.
• Obtain, assemble, distribute and file all as-built drawings, warranties, certificates of occupancy, and final lien releases for the project.
• Obtain refunds for any deposits made during construction.
• Obtain the release of any bonds posted during construction by us or any subcontractor. Qualifications:
• Minimum 5+ consecutive years as an active multifamily/apartment project manager.

REQUISITION #: 353356

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