The Area Manager – Concourse Design/Construction will report to the Deputy Program Director – Design Management and Program Delivery and be responsible for the successful delivery of the Concourse design phase activities, design budget, compliance, scope definition, construction delivery support, construction coordination, construction quality assurance, construction change order request evaluation and field engineering from inception through closeout of all projects. City procurement requirements, State of Utah requirements and guidelines, as applicable.
The successful candidate will have the following:
- Bachelor’s degree in architecture or related engineering discipline and hold a Professional Engineer registration or architectural license.
- Minimum of ten (10) years of progressive U.S. aviation design and constructionexperience at major hub airports with an emphasis on terminal/concourse design and construction. .
- Experience in managing design and construction implementation teams with a minimum of one (1) program at a large-hub airport with a capital program of at least $500 million.
- Familiar with various contract delivery methods (for example design-bid-build, design-build, and construction manager at risk).
- Experience preparing and negotiating design fees and reviewing construction change requests, developing a Program design schedule and design delivery plan, conducting presentations, public speaking and possess good written communication skills
- Experienced in interpreting and reviewing the contract documents including but not limited to schematic design (SD-30% documents), design development documents (DD-60% documents), construction documents (CD-100% documents), bid and award, conformed documents, requests for information (RFI), change orders, submittals, bulletins, as built drawings and close out documentation.
- Field engineeringexperience is required during the construction phase to be able to make field decisions and help resolve construction conflicts.
- Experience with and understanding of LEED gold certification requirements, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the TransportationSecurity Administration (TSA) rules and guidelines is preferred.