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PROJECT DIRECTOR | School District Manatee County

4 days 4 hours ago
Bradenton, Florida, PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Protect and promote the interest of the District and the Department. 2. Represent the department on business, community and district level groups. 3. Advocate, facilitate and monitor the alignment of Department vision and mission with District’s vision and mission. 4. Assume the financial responsibility for each project assigned by the Director. 5. Direct and manage the construction team through budget endorsement, schematic design, design development, construction development, and construction and warranty phases of assigned projects. 6. Review, monitor and report all aspects of the construction delivery process and makes recommendations to the Director of Construction Services. 7. Prepare estimates required throughout the project. 8. Submit revisions and evaluate engineering items to be verified by the Director. 9. Maintain contact with the Office of educational Facilities Construction, Department of Education, concerning current regulations, laws, codes, and new design and construction techniques pertaining to educational facilities. 10. Assist in updating and maintaining the District’s construction Requirements manual. 11. Negotiate and evaluates improvement objectives with departmental personnel. 12. Advocate, facilitate and monitor alignment of Department plans and budgeting to District strategic directions. 13. Develop short and long term goals. 14. Represent departmental concerns to the Director. 15. Listen to customer input. 16. Advocate, facilitate and monitor customer satisfaction data. 17. Communicate with SACs and other community organizations. 18. Maintain an information system that provides information requests in a timely manner. 19. Gather, monitor and share data for comparison and improvement purposes. 20. Assist in preparing reports and use results to improve service. 21. Advocate, facilitate and monitor the development, deployment and results of supervised employees improvement initiatives as they relate to district initiatives. 22. Utilize a decision making process in resolution of major problems. 23. Assist in assessing Departmental progress for ongoing improvement. 24. Act as liaison with community groups, parents and other agencies. 25. Supervise assigned personnel, conduct annual performance appraisals and make recommendations for appropriate employment actions. 26. Prepare or oversee the preparation of all required reports and maintain all appropriate records. 27. Perform other tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position.     QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited educational institution in building construction, architecture or engineering. 2. Current license in the State of Florida as a General Contractor, Architect or Engineer. 3. Minimum of five (5) years of direct construction administration experience representing a design firm, general contractor or owner. 4. Demonstrated familiarity with computer systems and construction management software. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with school and construction industry personnel. Ability to use business English, spelling and punctuation. Ability to perform basic mathematical skills and algebraic computations with reasonable speed and accuracy. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral or schedule form. Ability to use applications, specifically Microsoft applications, with word processing and spreadsheets. Ability to manage time wisely. Ability to speak clearly and concisely on the telephone or in person. Ability to use calculators, copy machines and other office machinery. Ability to make decisions in accordance with District rules, regulations and policies. Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with other employees and the public. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects. REPORTS TO: Director, Construction Services SUPERVISES: Project Assistant Assigned Clerical Support SALARY SCHEDULE: SAMP PAY GRADE: D12

Procurement Manager | Intermountain Electric

1 week 4 days ago
DENVER, Colorado,   It is the responsibility of the Preconstruction Manager to develop deliverables for projects that are tailored to be unique, strategic, creative, solutions oriented and visual so that it highlights IME’s teams’ strengths and expertise to be the selected partner for a project.  The Preconstruction Manager will be expected to build and maintain relationships with key General Contractors and Owners so that our team and approach aligns with our customers’ specific needs.  The Preconstruction Manager will ensure that all estimates, schedules, constructability reviews, value engineering efforts, cost report planning, and purchase planning efforts and documents are in alignment with company goals. The position communicates plans and strategizes closely with the preconstruction, marketing, service, BIM, and business development teams.     Responsible for the preconstruction stage of electrical construction projects Build relationships with general contractors  Create, manage & maintain documents that clearly track scope & cost changes throughout the preconstruction process Support Project Management team as required during the construction phase Heavily interacts with vendors, suppliers, GCs, customers and other company departments to resolve issues during design and/or pre-bid Mentor, support, train and oversee the daily tasks of team members as needed Review drawings, specifications and all other construction documents and communicate issues, accuracy of information, and potential risks Demonstrates proficiency in scheduling complete Preconstruction efforts Supports and influences the accuracy of estimates and assists with suggestions for modifications and QA/QC of estimates Regularly attend and participate in design meetings and contribute to (or create when needed) the development of scope-of-work documents Assure that potential risk factors have been evaluated and reviewed with senior management Required skill-sets and education: 10+ years in the construction industry Creative, personable & outgoing Must have experience in preconstruction for large commercial and industrial electrical projects  Must understand the entire electrical construction process from design through project close-out for large commercial and industrial projects Knowledge of building construction, materials, systems (MEP, Architectural and Structural), market conditions and trade practices   Salary Range: Base $100,000 – 130,000   Benefit Overview: The organization provides a comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefit package for employees, spouse, and dependents active on the first of the month, following the month of hire. Additionally, life insurance (1 X annual base salary), short-term disability and long-term disability is provided to the employee at no cost. Employees are eligible for unlimited PTO, eight paid holidays and one floating holiday. Generously matched and fully vested 401k with immediate eligibility.   Working Conditions : Much of the time you will work in a typical office environment, the remainder of the time you will be on construction job sites. When on construction job sites you will encounter typical construction conditions including extreme temperatures, noise, dust, mud debris, welding, leading edge, trenching and shoring, sometimes in a confined space.  You may be required to visit multiple locations during any one day.   The statements included in this job description are not intended to be all-inclusive.  They represent typical elements and criteria necessary to successfully perform the job.  Other duties may be assigned as required.  It is the policy of the company to comply with all federal and state laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities and to act in accordance with regulations and guidance issued by the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC).  In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act (ADAAA), the company does not discriminate against applicants and individuals with disabilities, and when needed, will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees who are qualified for a job, with or without reasonable accommodations, so that they may perform the essential job duties of the position.  Furthermore, it is company policy not to discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities in regard to application procedures, hiring, advancement, discharge, compensation, training or other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.    Intermountain Electric, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. In addition to federal law requirements, The Company complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. The Company strives to maintain a work environment free from all forms of unlawful employment discrimination. The Company will not tolerate any form of discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion/creed, gender, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, citizenship status, veteran status, military service, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, familial status or any other characteristic or status protected by federal, state, or local law. All employment decisions shall be consistent with the principle of equal employment opportunity and only job-related criteria (including but not limited to experience, skill, and job performance) will be considered. Please note that the Company’s commitment to extending equal opportunity does not in any way alter or diminish the at-will relationship we maintain with our employees.  

Service Project Administrator | TG Gallagher

2 weeks 1 day ago
Waltham, Massachusetts, If you're a self-starter ready to find and seize opportunity, you'll find the support and resources here to truly thrive. TG Gallagher is the leading provider of mechanical construction and maintenance services throughout New England. This role requires motivation paired with curiosity for mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection systems, bold innovation, and a passion for people. As a Service Administrator, you will provide tactical support to Service Project Managers and manage the contract renewals for all service clients. This is an opportunity to be part of an all-star team! PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Serves as primary lead for service contract renewals and preventative maintenance scheduling. Performs regular customer check-ins, deficiency reports, and open work orders. Conducts weekly Project Management scheduling and look ahead reports. Tracks bid progress and conducts timely follow up. Leads client follow up calls and reports any outstanding issues and recent service calls. Solicits vendor and subcontractor proposals as needed and develop proposals for preventive and corrective maintenance work. Attends weekly meetings with Service Team to report on current status and upcoming client needs. Establishes and maintain open, positive relationships with the team, clients, vendors, and suppliers. Assists with purchase orders, submittals and RFI management. DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT SPECS? Totally devoted to clients A self-starter with a deep desire to grow and continuously learn; easily adapts to new processes and technologies Unquestionable character with high level of integrity Possess solid communication skills, both written and verbal Possess high-standards across the board- from your own contributions to the people you work with to the projects you work on Works well under pressure in a rapidly changing environment Fantastic organizational skills and great follow through on tasks QUALIFICATIONS A degree in construction management or relevant engineering experience in the trades (preferred) 2-3 years experience in a support role, with a minor understanding of construction Strong communication skills and ability to interact with internal and external partners Problem solver with a genuine interest in learning and developing Fantastic organizational skills and great follow through on tasks

BIM Coordinator | TG Gallagher

2 weeks 1 day ago
Waltham, Massachusetts, If you're a self-starter ready to find and seize opportunity, you'll find the support and resources here to truly thrive. TG Gallagher is the leading provider of mechanical construction and maintenance services throughout New England. We are looking for a mid-level designer with proficient building information modeling (BIM) capabilities. As a BIM Coordinator, you must be able to complete project design tasks with oversight and support from experienced personnel. As a self-starter, you will be leading BIM coordination and clash resolution efforts for complex projects. You will be working in a dynamic environment where you will need to adapt to frequent project changes. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Develop, manipulate, and maintain 3D models for projects during preconstruction and construction Review contract documents, identify issues and develop solutions in coordination with the Project Management team Attend coordination and project meetings, provide status updates Draw systems to specification and code requirements; provide information to Project Management team for RFI submittals Run clash detection, document clashes, and track through clash report Review Revit model, make/request changes where appropriate Produce drawings with keen attention to detail per TGG SOP's, keeping in mind the needs of the field Effectively communicate with Project Management team and other coordinators Update Manufacton when coordination is complete and ready for fabrication; upload to Procore Manage overall BIM execution and development of coordination drawings for the project Look for more efficient layouts of piping systems when modeling projects Work with PM Team to develop coordination schedule and notify them of any issues or schedule concerns Work with the Foremen to answer questions regarding layout, provide field support Identify required maintenance and access zones to equipment, valves, or service access points Ensure hangers are located and coordinated with other trades Mentor, develop, and coach direct reports and team members DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT SPECS? A client-first mentality where everything you do is done with the intention of creating strong client relationships A self-starter with a deep desire to grow and continuously learn; easily adapts to new processes and technologies Unquestionable character with high level of integrity Possesses solid communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as organizational skills Possesses high-standards across the board- from your own contributions to the people you work with to the projects you work on. Your goal is to make a positive difference for the clients, each other, and the company. Goal-oriented self-starter with strong time management, multi-tasking and organizational skills WHY WORK FOR TGG A dynamic work environment with engaging and state of the art projects in life science, healthcare, and higher education Robust Medical and Dental plans with low-cost deductibles and premiums Flexible Spending Accounts Disability and Life insurance at no expense to you 401(k) plan to help you save for retirement, PLUS a company contribution  and  profit sharing Quarterly bonuses Annual tuition reimbursement allowance Generous PTO and 11 paid holidays Opportunities for growth and development at all stages of your career Quarterly company Town Halls and employee get-togethers QUALIFICATIONS 5+ years experience Strong interest and understanding in mechanical systems and relevant regulations and codes Proficient in BIM software (Revit, Navis works, BIM 360) and Trimble software and equipment Familiarity with plumbing and NFPA codes Understanding of process from pre-con to final build including BIM coordination, prefab and service Understands work structures and processes; effectively documents work Understands fabrication process and produces accurate drawings Ability to manage time across multiple projects Understands impact of model design on cost and safety

Construction Contract Administrator | EskewDumezRipple

3 weeks 3 days ago
New Orleans, Louisiana, About EskewDumezRipple EskewDumezRipple (EDR) is a New Orleans based group of architects, designers and thinkers operating within the fields of architecture, interior environments, research and urban strategies. A recipient of the 2014 Architecture Firm Award, EDR has created a national reputation for designing projects that are programmatically thoughtful and technically sophisticated as well as cost and resource conscious. Our commitment to enhance and protect both the cultural and natural environments of the communities we serve is evident in the beauty and technical craftsmanship of our designs and the long-term sustainability of our projects. About the Job The position requires an intimate knowledge and thorough understanding of AIA Construction Contracts and requirements, applicable codes, schedule monitoring and an understanding of materials, methods and processes of construction. Candidate is expected to be a team player and have the ability to conduct meetings with contractors, clients, agencies and project representatives. Responsible for obtaining, verifying, processing, documenting and maintaining records relevant to a project, including but not limited to claims, change proposals and change orders, request for information, submittals, correspondence, payment application, contract documents, and other related documentation. We are a design focused firm and the CCA is responsible for promoting the design intent during the construction process. Responsibilities Perform the Architect’s duties stated in AIA A201 General Conditions for Construction including but not limited to field observation, submittals, project correspondence, payment applications, RFI’s, interpretation of both contract documents and performance of the work. Understand and enforce contractual obligations of all parties including requirements of the contract and monitoring compliance. Act as the primary representative for the design team during construction. Responsible for keeping the owner and project team informed of the status of the project, including contract status, compliance, modifications, potential claims and legal risks. Ensure that all potentially legal and contractual matters are addressed efficiently and promptly. Assist in evaluating cost and price proposals. Provide construction phase education, guidance and counsel to senior and project management personnel. Benefits EskewDumezRipple offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401K, short and long term disability, life insurance, competitive PTO, and parental leave. Our studio also hosts weekly happy hours and numerous employee events throughout the year. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or related field required. 5-8 years of experience on projects ranging in size from $5M to $80M. Experience with REVIT preferred, but not required Competent with Microsoft Office Competent with Bluebeam Experience with cloud-based construction software (Procore, Submittal Exchange, PlanGrid, etc.)

Project Manager | TG Gallagher

3 weeks 4 days ago
Waltham, Massachusetts, If you’re a self-starter ready to find and seize opportunity, you’ll find the support and resources here to truly thrive. TG Gallagher is the leading provider of mechanical construction and maintenance services throughout New England. This role requires motivation with extensive MEP/FP technical depth, bold innovation, and a passion for providing the absolute top service experience to the client. As a Project Manager, you must have the ability to consistently deliver high-quality work, be attentive to detail and actively problem solve throughout the entire construction process. You acknowledge there is always more to learn; you seize opportunities and you refuse to settle. You understand that the work you do makes an incredible impact on our clients and those they serve. You will manage various projects, ranging in scope and complexity. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Work closely with the Project Executive (PX) to ensure project success and to exceed client expectations Ensure our field staff have all the information they need to succeed Lead communication between clients, PX, field staff, BIM staff, subcontractors, and vendors Project financial management Track, project, and influence project performance Prepare and maintain a 3-6 month look ahead schedule to ensure milestones are met or are ahead of project goals Lead in-house weekly coordination meetings Manage, track and report labor productivity Establish and maintain open, positive relationships with team and clients Mentor, develop, and coach any direct reports to improve leadership strength Frequently look for new ideas, better approaches, and innovative tools that help create stronger solutions for the client. DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT SPECS? A client-first mentality where everything you do is done with the intention of creating strong client relationships A self-starter with a deep desire to grow and continuously learn; easily adapts to new processes and technologies Unquestionable character with high level of integrity Possess solid communication skills, both written and verbal Possess high-standards across the board- from your own contributions to the people you work with to the projects you work on. Your goal is to make a positive difference for the clients, each other, and the company. Goal-oriented self-starter with strong time management, multi-tasking and organizational skills QUALIFICATIONS: 5+ years of industry-specific experience Strong technical background in mechanical, plumbing, and/or fire protection systems 3+ years of management experience Basic computer skills Base Compensation + Quarterly Bonus Program

Project Coordinator | Comex Construction

3 weeks 5 days ago
Gilberts, Illinois, Project Coordinator sought by Comex Construction  in Gilberts, IL to pln, orgnz, or dirct asctvts re constrctn or mntnc of strctrs. Reqs BS in  Constrctn Mgmt, Vivl Eng, or rltd & 6 mo exp in rltd ocptn. Trvl to clnt sites as needed. Mst hv perm auth to wrk in US. Snd rsm & cvr lttr to 139 Industrial Dr, Unit B, Gilberts, IL 60136.

Project Manager | Venture General Contracting

3 weeks 5 days ago
Seattle, Washington, Are you excited about construction? So are we. Get to know Venture! Our relationships:  At Venture General Contracting, we mark our success, not in projects completed or profits made, but in the relationships, we've forged; with each other, with our client partners and with our subcontractor partners. Our drive to always do better:  We value and the importance of new approaches and ideas. We recognize that we are stronger as a company when we take the time to listen to others and discuss the potential solutions, suggestions for process improvements and other ideas our people bring to the table.  Our passion for the job:  We believe that working hard and having fun should not be separate. We strive to make sure our people can do both.  Key elements of your day-to-day: Manage and oversee all project phases from business development through commissioning Maintain responsibility for ensuring adherence to contract documents and that work is performed safely, on schedule, and within the budget Foster a collaborative team environment as the team leader Build collaborative relationships with clients, subcontractors, and others on project team What you need to be successful in this role: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Construction Management and 8 years of experience in construction management roles OR equivalent combination of experience and education Experience in Procore preferred Comprehensive benefits that support you & your family: Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance for you & your dependents 401(k) matching plan 10 company paid holidays and frontloaded PTO ready to use the day you join our team Tuition reimbursement program Excited about the company? Visit https://www.ventureseattle.com/about/ to learn more about who we are and what we love to do. TO APPLY SEND RESUME TO careers@ventureseattle.com

New Business Project Coordinator | Truckee Meadows Water Authority

1 month 1 week ago
Reno, Nevada, ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Truckee Meadows Water Authority ( TMWA ) is a not-for-profit, community-owned water utility, overseen by elected officials and citizen appointees from Reno, Sparks and Washoe County. TMWA has a highly skilled workforce who ensure the around-the-clock treatment, delivery and availability of high-quality drinking water for more than 400,000 residents of the Truckee Meadows. We are looking to hire a New Business Project Coordinator to join our Engineering team. ABOUT THE POSITION The New Business Project Coordinator is responsible for identification of project specific customer needs and expectations for new business water utility development within the TMWA service area. The New Business Coordinator serves as the central point of contact for external customers, developers, contractors, engineering firms, local agencies and utilities in processing their new business needs. The Coordinator manages, communicates, educates and coordinates all projects associated with new or modified water service with developers, property owners, external professional engineering firms, government entities and all internal TMWA departments. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Serve as the central point of contact for external customers and manage and coordinate all aspects of new business projects from inception to project completion. Identification of customer needs regarding project specific water utility design. Establish business relationships with the customer and/or their designated agent and facilitate TMWA’s New Business Process. Manage the creation, negotiation and administration of the financial agreement with the customer. Manage new business project schedules to ensure that service commitments are fulfilled. Responsible for facilitating and coordinating design work pertaining to capital improvement projects associated with new business projects. Responsible for coordinating with Backflow and Customer Service departments to facilitate meter sets for new business projects including tracking of deferred WSF Fees. Manage the quality assurance process for water utility designs to ensure a quality product for internal and external customers. Develop and maintain a close working relationship with internal partners to facilitate continuous improvement opportunities, ensure a seamless handoff of job specific design to construction and ensure that proposed utility improvements facilitate long-term operations and maintenance requirements and practices. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Experience Minimum of two (2) years of utility design and/or related experience. proven customer focus, project management and financial estimating skills. Excellent understanding of water design, estimating, financial, rules/regulations, and operating and construction practices. Experience in leading or supervising work teams preferred. Other combinations of education/experience may be considered. Education & Training Bachelor's Degree in an engineering, business related field or other post-secondary education is preferred. Must have working-level knowledge of the English language, including reading, writing and speaking English. CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSURE & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS A valid driver’s license and the ability to meet the TMWA Department of Motor Vehicle report criteria. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge, Skill and Abilities to: Familiarity with TMWA construction standards. Knowledge of TMWA water meter and water service regulations and policies. Knowledge of TMWA Customer Information System (CIS). Ability to identify, evaluate and resolve customer problems and issues. Principles of project management and financial estimating skills. TMWA water rates, rules and tariffs. Ability to proactively identify project specific customer needs and expectations for water utility requirements. Ability to work independently with moderate direction and supervision. Ability to partner with customers to achieve a common understanding of each party’s expectations and responsibilities for successfully completing a project within a mutually agreed upon time frame. Ability to handle a variety of assignments with multiple interruptions. Knowledge of water distribution system construction methods, techniques and materials. Principles of GIS mapping and computer aided design. Knowledge of modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers, printers, plotters, copiers, etc. Knowledge of pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations. Knowledge of pertinent TMWA , industry and professional standards. Ability to read and interpret design drawings and technical specifications. Ability to operate a variety of computer software relative to the assigned area of responsibility. Ability to work effectively and meet deadlines in a dynamic environment subject to changing priorities. Meet client and management expectations by being consistently punctual, reliable, and flexible. Implement policy decisions and changes as needed. Ability to exercise independent judgment in problem solving, separating issues that can be resolved at the staff level from those requiring higher level review. Ability to remain objective and represent differing points of view. Initiate and maintain effective working relationships with people from diverse backgrounds, skill, ability, or experience to contribute as a team player in a respectful and professional environment. Work with other team members to improve processes needed to provide quality customer service and support. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Participate in organizational and Customer Service department meetings and team building activities. Be punctual regarding work hours established by TMWA Be mentally and physically alert during working hours   TMWA is an equal employment opportunity employer who develops and maintains a work environment that values the dignity of each individual, utilizes human resources to their fullest potential and ensures a high quality workforce which reflects the diversity of the community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin. All decisions affecting any terms and conditions of employment, including recruitment, hiring, assignment, training, compensation, promotion, salary, disciplinary action and an employee’s caregiving responsibilities, will be made without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, membership in an employee association, or any other protected status or category.

Estimator | COP Construction LLC

1 month 1 week ago
North Salt Lake, Utah, Location:  North Salt Lake, Utah Type:  Full Time Education/Experience:  Bachelor Degree of Science in Engineering and/or construction related field preferred. 2-5 years experience estimating in hard bid construction environment or field experience in heavy civil construction. About the Position: We are seeking an estimator with 2 to 5 years of experience or someone with experience building work looking to transition into the office. An estimator, personally or through collaboration, estimates utility, heavy civil waste and/or water treatment projects from inception to completion of each assigned project to achieve overall company objectives to maximize likelihood of success and insure profitability. The estimator will develop new business opportunities relative to existing clients. Must have direct knowledge and experience in concrete and/or underground utility installation. Must have 2 to 5 years direct experience in a hard-bid construction environment. COP offers an exceptional benefits package, including: Competitive wages 100% paid health, dental, and vision insurance for employee and family 401(K) and match Paid holidays Paid vacation/personal days Company provided vehicle or vehicle reimbursement Responsibilities While other duties may be assigned, the essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following: Reads and understands the controlling project specifications. Attends pre-bid meetings and other meetings, as necessary. Prepares pre-qualification documentation. Reviews and performs quantity takeoff from the project drawings. Solicits and supports subcontractors interested in performing work on the project. Solicits and verifies product vendors proposing to supply products to be incorporated into the project. Develops material cost information for specific project types. Coordinates bids and obtains and analyzes bids on projects from subcontractors and vendors. Visits the site of the project to understand specific requirements for the project. Coordinates and documents specific onsite investigations (i.e. test holes). Applies industry and company production rates to the various tasks required by the project. Identifies specific equipment and labor requirements. Prepares accurate pricing of estimates, including labor, material and subcontract items. Reasonable Accommodation Statement The ADA defines “reasonable accommodation” as a change or adjustment to a job or work environment that allows a qualified individual with a disability to satisfactorily perform the essential functions of a particular job, and does not cause an undue hardship for the employer. COP Construction, LLC, and all subsidiaries (COP), provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. COP is committed to diversity and inclusion in the work place and complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. Qualifications 2-5 years experience estimating in hard bid construction environment or field experience in heavy civil construction. Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and/or construction related field preferred. The ability to work under general supervision and exercise the necessary discretion and independent judgment to accomplish the specialized and technical aspects of the position, but also to work directly with the estimating team to complete thorough reviews. Knowledge, skills and abilities typically needed for competent performance include but are not limited to the following: Experience and proficiency (intermediate to expert level) in the use of PC with Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, etc.) Experience using various forms of estimating software programs. Experience using HCSS is preferred; however, other software may be acceptable such as, Hard Dollar, SharpeSoft, etc. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Physical Requirements Meet all conditions of COP’s drug and alcohol testing requirements as a condition of employment, including pass a pre-employment drug screen and alcohol test. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While this position is mostly office-based, it requires a substantial amount of time spent on construction sites exposing the employee to outside weather conditions. As part of the construction industry an employee may encounter a variety of conditions, environments and temperatures depending upon the particular task being performed, including but not limited to wet and/or humid conditions; moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; extreme cold, extreme heat; risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate in the office and moderate to high in the field.

Project Manager | COP Construction LLC

1 month 1 week ago
Billings, Montana, Location:  Billings, Montana Type:  Full Time Education/Experience:  Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, and/or 10 years of supervisory experience. Must have direct experience and knowledge of civil construction and complete project management skills and experience. About the Position: A Project Manager manages heavy civil projects from inception to completion to achieve overall company objectives to maximize operation results and ensure profitability, while promoting and overseeing a safe work environment. COP offers an exceptional benefits package, including: Competitive wages 100% paid health, dental, and vision insurance for employee and family 401(K) and match Paid holidays Paid vacation/personal days Company provided vehicle or vehicle reimbursement Project bonuses Responsibilities Safety Know, follow, and enforce all company and client safety rules and company policies and procedures while working in conjunction with the Safety Department. Be a leader and example in implementing the Corporate Safety Policy. Complete all required safety reports within 24 hours. Pre-Construction Review, understand, and implement construction project documents such as contracts, submittals, plans, specifications, drawings, job layout, as-builts and quantities. Attend and participate in all pre-construction meetings with appropriate individuals (project team, subcontractors, architects, engineers, owners, government officials). Work in conjunction with the Estimating Department to set up budget and cost codes; prepare subcontracts and purchase agreements; and prepare and execute purchase orders for major and special permanent materials. Assume overall responsibility for determining materials needed; determining material availability; purchasing materials; scheduling materials; and handling and storage of materials. Work in conjunction with the Contract Administrator to ensure contractual insurance and indemnification requirements are met. Plan, implement, and direct all project engineering (obtaining required permits; transmittals; submittals; shop drawings; layout; surveying; etc. Construction Initiate and maintain liaisons with owners, engineers, architects, subcontractors, vendors, government officials, neighboring property owners, neighboring property users and COP personnel to facilitate project activities, positive relationships, and communication; to be responsive to their needs; and to promote teamwork. Maintain project records such as as-builts, quantity books; and job site pictures, cost records, material control, and document control activities. Manage subcontractors on the job site including, but not limited to, making sure all pre-work requirements are met (i.e. subcontractor insurance and bond compliance); determine subcontractor needs, availability, scheduling; and generating subcontract pay estimates. Maintain and keep current all construction documents (change orders, purchase orders, RFI’s, submittals, project pay estimates, timecards and time record keeping, etc.), making sure to timely document things in writing to ensure an accurate written record of the project’s progress and compliance with all contract and subcontract requirements. Update quantities and ensure project cost and revenue projections are accurate. Must be responsible for project billings and follow up to confirm payment. Post-Construction Oversee project close out: perform project walk through with owner, architect, engineer and project superintendent. Audit all paid quantities. Request substantial completion in writing. Reasonable Accommodation Statement The ADA defines “reasonable accommodation” as a change or adjustment to a job or work environment that allows a qualified individual with a disability to satisfactorily perform the essential functions of a particular job, and does not cause an undue hardship for the employer. COP Construction, LLC, and all subsidiaries (COP), provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. COP is committed to diversity and inclusion in the work place and complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, and/or 10 years of supervisory experience. Must have direct experience and knowledge of civil construction. Proficiency in the use of computer with Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, etc.) and ability to learn new software applications. Must be able to read and understand construction contracts, subcontracts and other construction documents, plans and specifications. Ability to initiate and maintain business relationships, including working effectively with owners, engineers, co-workers, subcontractors and suppliers. Must be able to travel to areas of remote construction project location when required. Must have a valid driver’s license and motor vehicle history record that meet company insurance requirements. Physical Requirements Meet all conditions of COP’s drug and alcohol testing requirements as a condition of employment, including pass a pre-employment drug screen and alcohol test. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While this position is mostly office-based, it requires a substantial amount of time spent on construction sites exposing the employee to outside weather conditions. As part of the construction industry an employee may encounter a variety of conditions, environments and temperatures depending upon the particular task being performed, including but not limited to wet and/or humid conditions; moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; extreme cold, extreme heat; risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate in the office and moderate to high in the field.

Staff Accountant | Riley Construction Company, Inc.

1 month 1 week ago
Kenosha, Wisconsin, About the Ideal Staff Accountant: The Staff Accountant will have a Positive attitude and solid understanding of maintaining accurate job cost records and making appropriate requests for and dispersals of project funds. What we offer: In addition to a strong compensation and benefits package, Riley is committed to promoting from within and is dedicated to continuous improvement and development. It's not "all work and no play" at Riley, with flexible schedules and start times available. Our "Fun Committee" also plans plenty of casual get-togethers and friendly competitions throughout the year, so you can build lasting friendships as well as a career! In keeping with our  HIFI values (Humility, Integrity, Flexibility, and Initiative) , the Riley team believes in giving back to the community with our philanthropic work. Other great benefits that we offer include: $50-$61K salary Full range of benefits Great work environment Summer hours Responsibilities: Sets up jobs in Viewpoint and Outlook, based on information provided. Responsible for all job billings and accounts receivable postings for jobs. Reviews all billings to be processed and prepares package for submittal to the owner. Coordinates job billing meeting with Project Manager. Maintains prime contracts and subcontracts, including reconciling status for job closeouts. Assists suppliers and subcontractors with questions on invoices, waivers, and accounts. Reviews vendor invoices and assures that vendors are submitting invoices according to Riley's prescribed format that includes substantiating documentation such as waivers, certified payrolls, etc. Enters vendor invoices/billings into system for Project Manager approval. Upon approval, post to job cost. Labor Report tracking for specific clients who require monthly labor reports submitted with billing documents. Applies equipment costs and labor rates to jobs and completes updates, as needed. Answers owner questions, as required, to address billing questions. Submits job cost projection updates to PM in a timely manner. Upon receipt, enters the projections for month end processing. Processes Riley Purchasing paperwork. Maintains integrity of financial data in accordance with company procedures. Required Skills and Experience: Associate degree in Accounting or equivalent from two-year college or technical school 3- 5 years of construction related experience. Experience with Outlook, Word, Excel and Viewpoint, preferred. Ability to interpret and analyze financial statements and periodicals Strong math skills Annual bonus (currently 12% for 2022) and Profit Sharing (currently 8% for 2022)

Sales Rep - Early Career - Base + Hiring Bonus, Company Car Use - Performance Bonus Potential | Confidential

1 month 2 weeks ago
Dallas , Texas, Sales Representative –  Early Career   - $65K + Hiring Bonus, Use of Company Car and performance bonus at 90 days –  Recession-Proof Industry EARN WHILE YOU LEARN:   Join Painters USA as a  Sales Development Rep  and earn above-average salary with a steady progression towards  $175-200k by Year 3 .  You will spend 9 months learning professional sales skills in our Painters USA Sales Academy, plus be mentored for a year by the Regional VP, who is at the top of her sales game.   She exceeds all comp plans and will teach you how to do that!! Must live within 1-hour driving distance to Grand Prairie, Texas.  You may be a perfect candidate if you are a: Early Career - Sales Professional  who has reached the Glass/Commission Ceiling where you are Early Career Sales Professional with 1-5 years’  experience in another industry that may risk downturn during recession, and you desire to achieve unlimited commissions ($400k+) College Graduates  with Sales Degrees who want to achieve unlimited commissions above $400k   Entrepreneur  with strong sales skills, who wants to shift to a more secure compensation plan Veteran  who has succeeded in the military and wants to become a successful sales professional D-1 or Other Competitive Athlete  who is anxious to continue your success in the business world in a recession-proof industry and you are a natural relationship sales professional Our Client, a  Woman-Owned (Best Place to Work)  Firm, and the Female Regional VP for the Texas Region is seeking  two   highly- competitive   early-career  sales professionals who are internally motivated to succeed have a desire and willingness to learn and grow want rewards equal to your effort live the Painters USA values of:   high-integrity, high-worth ethic, high-reward culture .   If this describes you, then this is a  one-of-a-kind opportunity! Sales Development Reps  will be given a full year of training in  Painters USA Professional Sales Academy  with a full year of mentoring in the field the Regional VP, a sales professional at the top of her game.   At the end of Year 1, our Sales Development Reps are poised to have their own clients in this recession-proof industry.  Our client,  Painters USA,  certified in 2020 as a  GREAT PLACE TO WORK , is a  Woman-Owned,  family business, and one of the nation's leading providers of industrial and commercial painting & coating services.  Since 1976 they have built a culture that rewards a  strong work ethic ,  respect for all  and  high integrity .    www.paintersusa.com .   Painters USA Mission:    Enhancing the community and the lives of our employees, clients, and vendors, one brush stroke at a time. Job Description:  The Sales Development Representative’s main purpose is to cultivate sales from existing customers using a disciplined process for selling and bidding.  Key Results Areas: Cultivate renewal sales revenue – expand existing client network. Bid work as to achieve fair prices for customers, and achieve good profit margins for Painters USA Desired Experience 1-5 years in a job role that requires high initiative College degree is great, or relevant work experience Strong math/analytical capability is very helpful Some experience or  affinity for  the building/construction industry   Desired Traits: Innate Desire to Learn from the Best Strong sense of urgency, great communication skills, organizational and time management skills, disciplined in your every-day habits High-Integrity/Strong Work-Ethic Very high initiative Motivated by Challenge & Money Relatively independent, but like following a proven process Somewhat analytical (basic algebra) Strong Emotional Intelligence and People Skills Self-Confident Good listener Resourceful Must Have Live within an hour’s drive of Grand Prairie, TX Valid Driver’s License and Safe Driving Record Be able to pass a drug test and background check Be Qualified to work in the US Be 18 years or older Competitive Benefits Package Our client is committed to hiring candidates with the best natural sales talents and investing in their futures by providing extensive training and mentoring to ensure their success. $65 base, $1000 hiring bonus after 90 days, Company Car usage after 90 days; Performance Bonus potential at 90 days. 1 Year Sales Training Academy and mentorship by Top Saleswoman in the company. Become Professional Salesperson in recession-proof industry and earn as much as $400k at year 4-5.

Project Manager | NOVA Parks

1 month 3 weeks ago
Fairfax Station, Virginia, The  PROJECT MANAGER  is responsible for overseeing planning and construction of NOVA Parks’ Capital projects. Work is performed under the general direction of the Director of Planning and Development with considerable latitude for independent judgment and action. Annual performance goals will be set for the Project Manager. Hiring Salary Range:  $67,649.50 - $91,590.47 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS   Oversee NOVA Parks’ construction activity : Monitor NOVA Parks’ construction activity on a daily basis. Keep accurate activity logs on each construction project and prepare written reports. Consult with architects, engineers, third-party inspectors, and contractors in the field on a continual basis. Schedule and conduct periodic inspection meetings, pre-construction conferences, and punch-list meetings. Ensure compliance with construction schedule, track delays, and maintain accurate records. Inspect quality of work and ensure adherence to plans, specifications, contracts, and local codes. Observe third-party testing procedures, review test results and inspection reports, and facilitate corrective actions as required. Resolve conflicts and problems on the site, including making basic on-site engineering/design decisions both independently and in consultation with project consultants. Review and recommend material selections. Review requests for information, change orders, and requisitions for payment. Work closely with appropriate Park Operations personnel in the scheduling and execution of construction activities. Coordinate and assemble project turnover package for transition of completed projects to park staff. Assist park staff with major maintenance and repair projects. Ensure adherence to safety standards and fair and equitable employment practices. Assist Planning Administrator with oversight of licensed, third party construction activities on park lands. Project planning and contract management : Lead the planning, budgeting, designing, permitting, bidding, and contracting of a variety of park development projects. Prepare Requests for Proposals, evaluate responses, and contract for professional design, engineering, and other services in accordance with the Virginia Procurement Act (VPA) and NOVA Parks policies and procedures. Manage consultant teams in the development of construction documents, permit plans, and agency permits, in coordination with park operations staff. Prepare construction bid packages, solicit and evaluate bids from qualified contractors, make recommendations, and prepare contract documents in accordance with the VPA and NOVA Parks policies and procedures. Attend local and regional government and agency meetings on behalf of NOVA Parks for development projects. Assist with the development of NOVA Parks five-year capital budget. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Education :  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in construction management, civil engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, facilities management, business, or closely related field, or equivalent combination of education and work experience. Physical :  Non-manual and manual work with strength and dexterity necessary to perform all required tasks, including lifting, stooping, bending, and working in tiring and uncomfortable positions in office and outdoor settings; must be able to maneuver through construction sites and other sites with rugged terrain. Experience : Five years of administrative and supervisory experience in the construction and development industry (park development experience preferable); or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides: Possession of or ability to obtain Responsible Land Disturber certification with Virginia DEQ or equivalent is preferred. Considerable knowledge of the methods, practices, and techniques in the construction industry. Considerable knowledge of materials and equipment used in construction. Considerable ability to interpret and understand construction plans including but not limited to architectural, civil, landscape, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, E&S, and stormwater management plans. Considerable ability to interpret and adhere to construction specifications and contract documents. Considerable knowledge of local construction codes and permit procedures. Considerable ability to ensure contractor adherence to NOVA Parks contracts and specifications. Considerable ability to communicate clearly and effectively, with ability to prepare and present accurate reports and presentations in a group setting. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with contractors, architects, engineers, and co-workers. Knowledge of planning, bidding, contracting, and procurement procedures regarding construction. Ability to operate personal computer with knowledge of applicable software including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point). Experience with AutoCAD, GIS, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Project, and other industry standard software platforms desired. Knowledge of and ability in general drafting techniques. Possession of or ability to obtain and maintain a VA driver's license with safe driving record. Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of the position Duties and responsibilities are designed to be the essential elements of the job.  They do not preclude the performance of related, or even unrelated, jobs which may be necessary to properly and efficiently complete all work assignments.  NOVA Parks reserves the right to amend job specifications to meet current needs. Benefits :   This position is a benefit eligible position.  Benefits include medical and dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability, retirement plan, and more. Testing :   The Project Manager position is classified as a safety sensitive position. Candidates for full-time, safety sensitive positions must submit to a pre-employment drug screening and achieve a negative result as a condition of employment. It is the policy of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce. Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Contact 703-352-5900 and ask for the Human Resources Department for assistance. Hiring salary range: $67,649.50 - $91,590.47

Vice President, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion | Suffolk Construction

1 month 3 weeks ago
Boston, Massachusetts, About Suffolk Suffolk is a national enterprise that invests, innovates, and builds. We provide value throughout the entire project lifecycle by leveraging our core construction management services with vertical service lines that include real estate capital investment, design, self-perform construction services, technology start-up investment and innovation research and development. We have $4.5 billion in annual revenue, 2,400 employees, and main offices in Boston (headquarters), New York, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Estero, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego. We serve clients in every major industry sector, including health care, science and technology, education, gaming, transportation and aviation, and commercial. Suffolk is privately held and is led by founder, chairman and CEO John Fish. We’re ranked #23 on the Engineering News Record list of “Top 400 Contractors.” And we’re proud to be a certified 2022 “Great Place to Work.” For more information, visit  www.suffolk.com  and follow Suffolk on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram.    The role:    The Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will report to the Executive Vice President of External Affairs and be responsible for implementing a companywide strategy on DE&I issues. Including, but not limited, to working with regional business leaders to set DE&I goals and deploy DE&I programs and best practices to help achieve those goals, leading overall Trade Partner and Supplier Diversity programs, and serving as a thought partner and strategic advisor to company leaders on DE&I topics.   Working with the Director of DE&I to set regional DE&I goals under the IDEA Framework.  Developing and deploying best-in-class diversity program offerings that can be deployed at the regional level, including but not limited to, mentorship programs, training and learning offerings, hiring and recruitment strategies and related actions.   Provide support and direction as appropriate to the existing Suffolk Business Resource Groups.   Working with the Director, National Trade Partner Diversity to oversee a companywide compliance program for projects with mandated or voluntary subcontractor or hiring goals.   Provide strategic guidance to the Director, National Trade Partner Diversity as they manage an 8-course Business Accelerator Program for MWBE/SBE/SDVOB/DBE subcontractors.   In partnership with the Director, Disadvantaged Business Procurement develop a voluntary National MWBE/SBE/SDVOD/DBE Hiring Goal and working in partnership with regional procurement officers achieve that goal.   Leading the internal Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team and helping support the team as it continues to grow.   Identify and develop new programs and initiatives as appropriate to help Suffolk build a best-in-class Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion department.   Provide strategic guidance to the Executive Team on topics related to DE&I.   Qualifications:    10+ years working on DE&I topics at a corporate level.   Strong leadership and management skills.   Preferred experience managing supplier diversity, though not required.   Proven ability to problem solve, and drive organizational change.    Ability to work in fast paced environment, and manage multi work steams simultaneously. 

Account Manager/Sales Rep (REMOTE) | Aktion Associates

1 month 4 weeks ago
Austin, Texas, Description Aktion is offering a unique sales opportunity for a home-grown Texas ERP sales professional. Aktion is the largest ERP VAR focused on the Architectural Engineering and Construction industries.  We have built a customer base of our 5000 companies over the last 4 decades.  We represent the industry-leading software publishers of each of these micro-verticals which include Deltek Vantagepoint, Sage Intacct for Construction, and Acumatica Construction Edition. For a true job costing accounting ERP salesperson, we offer the entire AEC market in Texas for a one-of-a-kind sales opportunity.  The territory includes an install base of customer accounts and a large suspect/prospect territory.  For the sales professional that knows how to run an ERP sales cycle, we supplement your efforts with the best pre and post-sale industry application resources to guarantee your success in the marketplace. Come join our team of 30 ERP national sales professionals and experience our industry-leading compensation opportunity.  Core Responsibilities Experienced Job Costing Accounting Sales Professional to cover the entire AEC market with Sage Intacct for Construction, Acumatica Construction Edition, and Deltek Vantagepoint.  Identify and engage with target prospects in a defined territory. Manage entire sales lifecycle for new clients (from prospecting to closing). Manage entire sales lifecycle for new leads obtained from channel partners. Manage current install base customers as their software needs expand. Carry Annual Sales Revenue Goal. Update records in CRM. Work with presales resources to demo software. This position offers a competitive salary, and commissions, with the potential for a performance-based bonus.  Our compensation model provides commissions on perpetual & SaaS licensing deals and professional services for our ERP implementation services.  Aktion Associates offers a comprehensive benefits plan including an employer matching 401k plan.   If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, or in order to perform the essential functions of a position, please contact HR at  hr@aktion.com  and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.   Aktion Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please visit  www.aktion.com for more information about Aktion Associates. Required Skills/Education 3-5 years above quota software sales experience preferably with major Construction ERP software; Sage 100 Contractor, Sage 300 CRE, ComputerEase, Acumatica ACE, Penta, Foundation, CMIC, Procore, Deltek, etc. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience desired. Conduct effective needs analysis. Strong verbal, written and presentation skills. Willing to travel locally up to 30-50%.

Account Manager/Sales Rep (REMOTE) | Aktion Associates

1 month 4 weeks ago
Chicago, Illinois, Description Aktion is offering a unique sales opportunity for a home-grown Chicagoland ERP sales professional. Aktion is the largest ERP VAR focused on the Architectural Engineering and Construction industries.  We have built a customer base of our 5000 companies over the last 4 decades.  We represent the industry-leading software publishers of each of these micro-verticals which include Deltek Vantagepoint, Sage Intacct for Construction, and Acumatica Construction Edition. For a true job costing accounting ERP salesperson, we offer the entire AEC market in Chicagoland territory for a one-of-a-kind sales opportunity.  The territory includes an install base of 300 customer accounts and a suspect territory of over 20,000 prospects.  For the sales professional that knows how to run an ERP sales cycle, we supplement your efforts with the best pre and post-sale industry application resources to guarantee your success in the marketplace. Come join our team of 30 ERP national sales professionals and experience our industry-leading compensation opportunity.  Core Responsibilities Experienced Job Costing Accounting Sales Professional to cover the entire AEC market with Sage Intacct for Construction, Acumatica Construction Edition, and Deltek Vantagepoint.  Identify and engage with target prospects in a defined territory. Manage entire sales lifecycle for new clients (from prospecting to closing). Manage entire sales lifecycle for new leads obtained from channel partners. Manage current install base customers as their software needs expand. Carry Annual Sales Revenue Goal. Update records in CRM. Work with presales resources to demo software. This position offers a competitive salary, and commissions, with the potential for a performance-based bonus.  Our compensation model provides commissions on perpetual & SaaS licensing deals and professional services for our ERP implementation services.  Aktion Associates offers a comprehensive benefits plan including an employer matching 401k plan.   If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, or in order to perform the essential functions of a position, please contact HR at  hr@aktion.com  and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.   Aktion Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please visit  www.aktion.com for more information about Aktion Associates. Required Skills/Education 3-5 years above quota software sales experience preferably with major Construction ERP software; Sage 100 Contractor, Sage 300 CRE, ComputerEase, Acumatica ACE, Penta, Foundation, CMIC, Procore, Deltek, etc. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience desired. Conduct effective needs analysis. Strong verbal, written and presentation skills. Willing to travel locally up to 30-50%.

RESIDENT ENGINEER | Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority

2 months ago
Buffalo, New York, Under the direction of the Project Manager of Construction, performs engineering duties associated with administration and supervision of on-site construction monitoring activities, engineering/architectural (A/E) contracts, and furnishing technical engineering assistance for the maintenance of the NFTA, Metro and Metro Rail facilities.  Performs construction monitoring and contract administration for construction projects; monitors and reviews the activities of consultants performing design support to construction and construction monitoring services; assists in the review of contract plans and specifications, cost estimates and bidding documents; may participate in consultant selection and negotiations of design support and construction monitoring contracts. The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class.  The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such duties are a logical assignment to the position. Provides administrative and technical monitoring of construction activities to ensure compliance with contract documents. Maintains project records in conformance with the “Manual of Uniform Record Keeping” (MURK) requirements of the New York State Department of Transportation. Reviews and approves requests for monthly and final payments. Supervises and monitors testing; conducts and/or makes arrangements for field, laboratory or shop tests of construction materials as required by the plans and specifications. Interprets the contract plans and specifications and checks the construction activities to assure compliance with the intent of the design; measures, computes, or checks quantities of work performed and quantities of materials in-place, for partial and final payment to the contractors. Recommends, prepares, and negotiates change orders and supplemental agreements with the consultants and contractors. Conducts and prepares minutes of pre-construction conferences and weekly construction progress meetings, reviews and processes the contractor’s shop drawings, material samples and test reports as required. Prepares supplemental sketches to reflect differing field conditions. Collects and assembles the contractor supplied operation manuals, guarantees, warranties, certifications and bonds. Observes equipment start-up and provides technical assistance relative to equipment start-up; incorporates “as-built” changes and modifications into construction documents. Performs construction survey work including layout, level work to confirm elevations and data collection using traditional and GPS survey equipment. Submits progress reports of construction activity and problems encountered, as required. Assists in preparation of contract plans and specifications. Reviews and approves inspector reports. Prepares Engineering Management Reports. Performs additional duties and tasks as assigned. An in-depth understanding of engineering design and construction principles.  Thorough knowledge of construction procedures, materials, equipment and methods in order to direct construction activities and monitor progress.  Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing and operate a personal computer and iPad using multiple applications including MS Word, Excel, Adobe and other .PDF editing software.  Must possess a valid NYS driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record.  Must be physically able to climb ladders, stairs and lift weights up to 40 pounds.  Must be able to work at heights, access tight and/or confined areas. Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and/or Architecture and five years of responsible Civil Engineering experience of which three years are in responsible construction monitoring, or an Associate’s Degree in Civil, Mechanical or Construction Technology and ten years of responsible Civil Engineering experience of which five years are in responsible construction monitoring type position.  Must be able to obtain SIDA Badge clearance for access to secure locations on airport property.  Must be able to become approved for driving on airport operations and movement area, including radio communication with airport tower.  Must possess min OSHA 10 hour card.  Must possesses a minimum Level II NICET Certification.  ILA Local 2028 Excellent Benefits

Project Manager | Venture General Contracting

2 months ago
Seattle, Washington, Are you excited about construction? So are we. Get to know Venture! Our relationships:  At Venture General Contracting, we mark our success, not in projects completed or profits made, but in the relationships, we've forged; with each other, with our client partners and with our subcontractor partners. Our drive to always do better:  We value and the importance of new approaches and ideas. We recognize that we are stronger as a company when we take the time to listen to others and discuss the potential solutions, suggestions for process improvements and other ideas our people bring to the table.  Our passion for the job:  We believe that working hard and having fun should not be separate. We strive to make sure our people can do both.  Key elements of your day-to-day: Manage and oversee all project phases from business development through commissioning Maintain responsibility for ensuring adherence to contract documents and that work is performed safely, on schedule, and within the budget Foster a collaborative team environment as the team leader Build collaborative relationships with clients, subcontractors, and others on project team What you need to be successful in this role: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Construction Management and 8 years of experience in construction management roles OR equivalent combination of experience and education Experience in Procore preferred Comprehensive benefits that support you & your family: Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance for you & your dependents 401(k) matching plan 10 company paid holidays and frontloaded PTO ready to use the day you join our team Tuition reimbursement program Excited about the company? Visit https://www.ventureseattle.com/about/ to learn more about who we are and what we love to do. TO APPLY SEND RESUME TO careers@ventureseattle.com

HVAC Service Technician | Gold Mechanical

2 months ago
Springfield, Missouri, At Gold Mechanical we specialize in medium to large-scale commercial projects. Our expertise is in commercial HVAC, plumbing, and pipe fitting. We also have a service department that has grown significantly in recent years and offers a wide variety of technical expertise. We are currently looking for experienced and reliable technicians that have 5+ years of experience installing and maintaining HVAC systems to join our reputable team. The ideal candidate will possess strong technical skills and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. This position will involve maintaining commercial systems with a team that has an eye for quality and the willingness to work hard. Commercial experience preferred. Hide   5+ years of experience installing and maintaining HVAC systems
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