Supervise and coordinate all construction processes from conceptual development through punch list and handover to facilities to ensure design specifications are met.
Reviews schematic design concepts for thoroughness, code compliance and conformity to department design standards
Effective management of architects, engineers, contractors, vendors and governmental agencies to ensure schedules and deliverables are met
Coordinate and negotiate contracts for procurement and with general contractors.
Create and manage budgets and schedules leveraging SaaS (i.e. SmartSheets) to assist with tracking costs, timelines and tasks, while providing critical updates to be shared up and down and across the company. Reviews and manages all costs and procurement
Ten years experience in Construction management
Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or architecture preferred
Demonstrate the ability to manage store development projects strong understanding of design, construction, and compliance issues
Possesses a high level of experience with retail tenant improvements, multiple project management, specifications, construction administration, detailing, building codes and consultant coordination.
Ability to resolve problems and conflicts between construction and design team members, both in-house and vendors
Carbon is a digital manufacturing company founded in 2013 by Joseph and Philip DeSimone, Alex and Nikita Ermoshkin, Edward Samulski, and Steve Nelson. Carbon is based in Redwood City, California. The company manufactures and develops 3D printers utilizing the Continuous Liquid Interface Production process, with its first commercial product being the Carbon M1 printer. The company introduced its proprietary CLIP process on the TED stage in 2015. The Carbon Platform combines software, hardware, and molecular science to deliver manufacturing solutions designed to allow customers to build differentiated products that reduce waste and speed time to market. In April 2017, Adidas announced the first 3D printed midsole developed using Carbon technology.