Commercial Mechanical Construction Project Manager

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 02/28/18 by Phil Rosenberg
Confidential Company
San Diego, CA
5 - 7 years experience
Construction
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 02/28/18 Phil Rosenberg

Minimum Requirements:

- Currently located in New Orleans area or willing to relocate with employer assistance

- Bachelor?s degree in Construction Management or related field

- 4+ years experience in institutional Construction Management

- MUST HAVE plumbing, HVAC, and mechanicalconstructionexperience.

- MUST HAVE experience managing institutional construction projects at $20M+ project cost

- Proven track record in the managing relationship between: Co-workers in the field, architects, company owners, and vendors

- Personality - well spoken and energetic

- Demonstrate knowledge in construction management principles, practices and methods, environmental regulations, engineering project management methods, workplace safety, budgeting, employee supervision and personnel management.

- Able to work well in a fast-paced environment. He or she should be competent in handling simultaneously occurring tasks and smaller projects.

- Have excellent written and oral communication skills.

- Possess analytical and mathematical skills, quick thinking, and a solid understanding of the main principles of engineering, construction, and architecture.

Only US Citizens and Green Card holders will be considered.

Reports to: Operations Manager

Focus Areas: Higher education, k-12, hospitals, hotels, government, other institutional campuses or facilities.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Manage project costs

2. Manage field labor

3. Manage subcontractors

4. Achieve safe, on-time and under-budget completion of projects

Job Responsibilities:

1. Responsible for managing the installation of HVAC and Plumbing that meet code requirements, budget, and on-time installation.

2. Evaluate estimate and set-up job costing system with labor, material, and subcontract cost codes.

3. Negotiate and prepare vendor and subcontractor purchase orders and evaluate submittals to reflect contract drawing and specifications.

4. Conduct monthly reports and cost reviews ? keep all participants and stakeholders informed in order to bring the job in on time and under budget.

5. Build and maintain strong customer relations with general contractor, subcontractors, vendors, internal customers, and owner.

6. Evaluate and develop field personnel including workers, foremen, and superintendents.

7. Maintain a safe and secure work environment through maintaining safety meetings, incident investigations, and employee involvement.

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