ERM is seeking a Senior Demolition and Remediation Leader to support opportunities in the Pacific West region and at times throughout the U.S. In this role, you will lead a project team that supports clients’ needs for decommissioning, decontamination, and demolition (DDD) as well as remediation construction. You will lead teams with project managers, demolition managers, and field safety personnel to oversee contractors for the safe implementation of fieldwork and work with clients to define scopes of work.
As a senior leader, you will you will be fully accountable for successfully selling and implementation on a range of remediation construction (e.g. excavation, insitu-stabilization, and groundwater treatment systems) and DDD projects (e.g. industrial facility demolition) to build a sustainable business locally, while networking with ERM's global technical team to share best practices across the industry. This is a partner-track opportunity for a senior-level professional looking to advance their career with a global environmental leader, and to make a significant impact in successfully implementing ERM's global strategy.
- Planning and assisting with remediation and DDD projects, including developing scopes of work, reviewing contractor work plans, evaluating scope options, supporting project cost estimates, attending pre-construction interviews, supervising specific tasks, participating in client and progress meetings, documenting progress and updating schedules, performing field safety walks, and summarizing and preparing final reports.
- Reviewing contractor submittals including but is not limited to, Requests for Information, contract clarifications, contract-required submittals, change order requests, and other documents related to compliance with project specifications.
- Providing construction management support can include construction quality assurance, evaluating site restoration, laying out earthwork operation final conditions, evaluating remedial systems, and supporting related environmental projects.
- Leading business development opportunities for DDD projects, attending site walks, meeting with potential or existing clients, reviewing RFPs and developing written questions and proposals, leading discussions on strategy and approach to work and collaboration with subcontractors, leading contract reviews, contract setup, reviewing contracts.
- Supporting site investigation efforts to identify existing building conditions and support the sampling to identify the presence of hazardous materials for special handling during remediation and demolition.
- Serving as a Field Safety Officer during site work, when necessary, preparing site-specific Health & Safety Plans, including monitoring conformance with safety and emergency procedures, conducting daily safety briefings and interacting with contractors and the ERM and Client project team, and maintaining site safety records. Demonstrating a high level of safety awareness and leading a strong safety culture (e.g. must walk the talk).
- Serving as a Demolition Manager during site work, when necessary, by coordinating daily site work with contractors, reviewing scope documents against project activities, coordinating with the contractor’s site superintendent and project manager for daily tasks and fieldwork schedules, documenting field work progress.
- Planning and scheduling on-site full- and part-time staff, evaluate subcontractor performance and schedules, and assisting the Project Manager with negotiating and resolving change order requests.
- Communicating with the field team and Project Manager, supporting project tasks to assess project conformance with project plans and specifications, and assure that clarifications and interpretations required for proper execution of the contract are implemented.
- Support Project Manager’s effort to identify and track upcoming construction management requirements, meet with clients to identify upcoming work, and lead in business development activities, including preparation of proposals, interviews, and project contracting.
- BS Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related degree with 10 or more years of experience in construction or consulting.
- Experience with construction sites (DDD preferred) and preparation of scope requirements and review of work plans, and report writing. OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER training required or will be provided and OSHA 30- hour Construction and 8 hour supervisor a plus.
- Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) is a plus.
- Ability to support cost estimates, track project costs, track project transmittals/submittals and review invoices.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Project tools.
- Ability to provide excellent client service and communication; detailed project deliverables; excellent communication and organizational skills.
- Willingness to travel throughout the United States. Applicants should anticipate spending 80-90% of their time in the field on two-three week rotations with typically one-week breaks.
- Ability to pass a background check and drug screen.