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 Construction Engineer , to join our Engineering Department. ABOUT THE POSITION The Construction Engineer performs professional engineering work by providing construction management and administration of construction contracts for water system facility improvement projects constructed by outside contractors. Senior Construction Engineer differs from Construction Engineer in that incumbents at the Senior level perform more complex construction management work. Incumbents are recognized as having the experience, certifications and responsibility for making final technical decisions and have influence on the overall outcome of a project or task. Senior Engineers perform under general supervision and guidance. The Principal Construction Engineer differs from Senior Construction Engineer in that incumbents at the Principal level perform significantly more complex construction management work. Incumbents are recognized in the work group as having the highest authority in a group. Principal level Engineers oversee implementation of entire programs and procedures and perform under minimal supervision and guidance. Progression from one position title, level or designation is not automatic nor guaranteed and is based on business need. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS We believe that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success. That contribution should not be limited by the assigned responsibilities. Therefore, this job description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications, and job scope, but not limit the incumbent nor TMWA to just the work identified. It is our expectation that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of our endeavors. Using independent judgment and initiative perform professional engineering work to manage and coordinate construction of water system facilities performed by outside contractors. Perform constructability review of preliminary design drawings and insure consistency in facility designs. In conjunction with TMWA Purchasing Coordinator, develop and prepare bid documents and assist in the bidding and contract award process. Participate in pre-construction meetings. Receive, review, approve and process Contractor shop drawings and/or material and equipment submittals. Coordinate the receipt and storing of TMWA purchased equipment and materials. Administer the construction contract including interpretation of construction drawings and contract provisions; review of invoices and processing of Contractor progress payments; reviewing, negotiating and processing change order requests; handling claims; and providing field engineering to resolve change conditions. Coordinate plant and/or customer outages required for the construction project. Maintain daily log of construction activities and prepare status reports as required or requested. Participate in regularly scheduled meetings with agencies, developers, engineers, contractors and other TMWA personnel to evaluate the impact of work on existing or proposed water distribution system facilities including coordination of the relocation and/or replacement of impacted water distribution facilities. Evaluate and plan main replacement projects and coordinate the main replacement program with street/highway and other utility work. Coordinate the construction project with the Design Engineer and all TMWA departments as required; assist with testing and start up procedures; turn over facilities to Operations and perform project/contract closeout including obtaining certificate of occupancy, record drawings, O&M manuals, etc. Procure and manage special inspectors and insure that the facilities are completed in accordance with the drawings, specifications and TMWA standards. Monitor Contractor compliance with applicable job safety regulations and environmental or other construction permit conditions. Make presentations and represent TMWA before regulatory and permitting agencies and the public. Manage project schedules and budgets. Insure improvements are in-service by the required date and that expenditures are within the authorized budget. Manage Procore (Construction Management Software) and distribute all Submittals and RFIs to the Project Team and the Contractor. Review responses to Submittals and RFIs for constructability and verify conformance in the field. In conjunction with the Design Engineer, issue written Work Change Directives to contractors and negotiate change order provisions. Organize and conduct project meetings with developers, engineers, contractors, effected agencies and other TMWA personnel. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required or requested. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the minimum requirements is: Experience: Four to twelve years (depending on level of engineer work performed) of increasingly responsible experience involving professional civil engineer work in the design of water system facilities; operation of water distribution systems; modeling and analysis of water distribution systems; construction management of water projects; or a closely related field. Education & Training: Graduation from an accredited four year college with a Bachelor's Degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field is required. Must have working-level knowledge of the English language including reading, writing, and speaking English. CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSURE & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS A Civil or Mechanical Professional Engineering license is required. Must obtain State of Nevada Civil or Mechanical Professional Engineering license within six months of employment. Certification as a State of Nevada Water Distribution and or Treatment Operator at Grade 1, 2 or 3 is desired based on level of engineering work performed. A valid Nevada (or California – depending on state of residency) Driver License at time of hire and continuing thereafter and ability to maintain insurability under TMWA’s vehicle insurance policy. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation during hire and periodically thereafter during employment. This position is considered a safety sensitive position and employment is contingent upon the results of drug and/or alcohol testing which includes screening for marijuana. The presence of marijuana or other screened for substances on any employment related substance test may result in a refusal to hire or termination of employment. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge of: Civil engineering and hydraulics including pumping equipment. Process control principles, methods and equipment applications. Principles and practices of project management and construction management. Cost estimating and engineering economics methods and techniques. The operation of water supply and distribution systems. General construction methods, techniques, materials and permit requirements. Water well drilling methods, techniques and materials. Materials testing, painting and coating techniques and materials. Water distribution system construction methods, techniques and materials. Water treatment plant processes and equipment. Modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers, printers, plotters, copiers, etc. Pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations including OSHA, EPA, NDEP, SWPPP, etc. Principals of contracts and contract administration. Pertinent company, industry and professional standards. Skill/Abilty to: Interpret and understand engineering design drawings, contractor shop drawings, process and instrumentation schematics, technical specifications and contract provisions. Perform project management, construction management, construction engineering and contract administration duties on routine and complex engineering projects. Effectively manage time and handle multiple simultaneous projects and project tasks. Professionally represent TMWA in meetings with outside agencies and make presentations as required. Operate a variety of computer equipment and software relative to the assigned area of responsibility. Respond to requests and inquiries from developers, engineers, contractors and the general public. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Be punctual regarding work hours established by TMWA. Be mentally and physically alert during working hours. TMWA is an equal opportunity employer. It is TMWA’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race (including traits associated with race, such as hair texture and protective hairstyles), color, gender, religion, age, national origin, social or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, disability, military and/or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. TMWA’s commitment to equal opportunity includes all terms, conditions, and privileges of employment, including but not limited to recruiting, hiring, job placement, training, compensation, benefits, discipline, advancement, and termination. 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 (including traits associated with race, such as hair texture and protective hairstyles), color, gender, religion, age, national origin, social or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, disability, military and/or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. TMWA complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact Human Resources at email@example.com or 775-834-8294. TMWA is committed to providing a safe work environment and to fostering the health and well-being of our employees. That commitment is jeopardized when any of our employees illegally use drugs at home or at work, comes to work under the influence, possesses, distributes, or sells drugs in the workplace, or abuses alcohol on the job. As part of our commitment to safeguard the well-being of our employees and to provide a safe environment for everyone, TMWA has established a drug-free workplace policy.
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Charlottesville, Virginia, The Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority is working on a significant number of major infrastructure projects, and we are looking for a Construction Inspection Supervisor to join our Engineering team. The is a full-time, exempt position with benefits. The Construction Inspection Supervisor will supervise our team of engineering inspectors/technicians, work with our engineers on project design and during construction to ensure project goals are met and coordinate with construction contractors to ensure any project issues are resolved and work meets Authority expectations. You will perform on-site inspections of our projects, ensure that projects conform to contract documents, and review daily inspection reports by staff. You will work with our engineers during the design phase of our projects to perform a constructability review and during the construction phase to ensure project goals are met. Salary Range: $69,845 – 115,942, depending on experience and qualifications. You should have education and experience equivalent to a college degree in construction management and a minimum of ten to fifteen years of construction inspection experience. The Construction Inspection Supervisor must have an American Concrete Institute (ACI) Concrete Field-Testing Technician – Grade 1 certification, be (or have the ability to become within one year of employment) a certified Construction Manager, and have a CPII designation or equivalent. Benefits include health insurance and spending accounts, participation in the Virginia Retirement System, company paid life insurance, vacation, sick and holiday leave time, tuition reimbursement
Grosse Pointe , Michigan, Senior Project Manager to estimate and manage large Painting construction projects
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San Antonio, Texas, JOB DESCRIPTION: SENIOR ESTIMATOR SUMMARY: Estimators are responsible for preparing divisional estimates. Estimators will solicit budgets and obtain pricing from trade partners, internally estimate project costs, and prepare bids for a multitude of projects. They should be able to prepare project turnover bid packages and effectively aid in presenting them to the operations team. This position assists the project team with pricing change orders when time permits. An effective estimator will follow and improve processes that ensure bids' clarity, competitiveness, accuracy, and timeliness. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (other duties may be required) Prepare, complete, or perform partial quantity take-offs, analyses, and estimates for all items incorporated in the assigned scope. Be able to understand geotechnical, structural, and environmental reports. Develop a value analysis by defining alternatives to the proposed scope that are more cost-efficient. Liaison with trade partners, the design team (architects, engineers, consultants), and the client. Prepare a detailed estimate of the partial or entire scope of assigned trades, building system, and/or overall project costs. Prepare and assemble bids and proposals for different contract types (lump sum, GMP, Cost Plus, etc.) Identify conditions affecting work such as inspection and testing requirements, time limits and sequencing for work, insurance requirements, liquidated damages and other penalties, fee and permit responsibilities, shop drawings and submittal requirements, and any unusual conditions and/or requirements. Prepare scope requisitions for assigned trades; coordinate with fellow estimators to eliminate scope gaps and overlaps. Work with operations staff and fellow estimators to ensure that general conditions and general requirements items are properly addressed in the estimate. Be able to recap their portion of an estimate and articulate that to the operations team during a project turnover meeting. Obtain and evaluate trade partners’ proposals relative to their scope of work. Determine if the scope is covered and manage the risk of scope gaps. Build internal and external employee, trade partner, and industry association relationships. This may require time from the individual outside of standard work hours. Should be prepared to work 60 hours plus a week during high-volume bidding scenarios. Attend pre-bid meetings, make site visits, bid openings, and turn in estimates on bid day. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Minimum of an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited two or four-year college or university in Construction Management, Architecture, Business Administration, or Engineering. Minimum of 5-10 years progressive experience in estimating construction projects. Field experience is a plus but not mandatory. SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite; P6, estimating software, take-off tools, etc. Ability to read, interpret, and understand construction drawings and specifications. Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing. Ability to meet and work within critical deadlines under moderate pressure. Minimum of 5-10 years progressive experience in estimating construction projects. Field experience is a plus but not mandatory.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, The Sunkota Construction team is looking for an experienced construction superintendent to manage projects. You will supervise and train staff on building concepts and ensure projects are completed on time. This role requires excellent communication skills, as you’ll collaborate with various people, such as construction workers, architects and engineers. To succeed, it’s important to know how to implement quality, health, and safety standards onsite. If you are organized, able to work well under pressure and have experience in this field, we’d like to meet you. This position is full time, benefit eligible and the wage is negotiable, depending on experience. Responsibilities: Coordinate and supervise all on- and off-site project construction. Supervise, train and teach staff as well as provide constructive feedback. Perform, upload, and maintain all company documentation required including, but not limited to, daily job reports, daily photographs, daily manpower reports, toolbox talks, progress plans, look-ahead schedules, labor reports, etc. Resolve on-site issues and emergencies effectively and efficiently. Schedule weekly subcontractor meetings. Supervise and direct all subcontractors and material suppliers to achieve project completion on schedule and within budget, per plans and specifications. Promote positive subcontractor relations by dealing professionally and fairly with all subcontractors and vendors. Order the appropriate equipment and arrange for regular maintenance. Order materials as needed for progress of jobsite. Keep track of material stock and orders. Coordinate required inspections with local jurisdictions. Complete punch list identification and completion. Maintain a safe work site, encouraging safe work practices and conducting weekly safety meetings for employees. Sunkota offers the following benefits: Competitive wages Company vehicle Company phone or allowance Paid personal leave Paid holidays Health and dental insurance Life insurance Long term disability 401K plus company matching Apparel allowance Hiring bonus Requirements: Valid driver’s license (CDL is a plus). Organizational and time-management skills. Ability to lead and inspire. Previous experience as a construction superintendent or a similar role is required. Knowledge of local quality, safety, and health guidelines for construction job sites. Proficient in the use of personal computers including iPad/tablet device. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and related construction software. Basic knowledge of uploading and managing web based document storage and reporting tools. Minimum of 5-10 years of field experience in the commercial construction industry OSHA 30 preferred, but not required. Demonstrated leadership abilities to manage and direct on-site project teams to successful completions. Possess carpentry or trim carpentry skills that will be used for self-performing various on-site tasks. Concrete, structural steel, rough carpentry, specialties, building layout, doors and hardware experience and knowledge required. Ability to adhere to schedules and high quality of work. Adaptability and ability to change priorities as they dynamically shift. Analytical thinking/problem solving. Attention-to-detail and design. Physical: Willingness to travel in market based on project location. Able to work in all elements of the outdoor environment Able to access all areas of the jobsite including stairs, scaffolding, ladders, elevation changes, etc. Capable of working in physical positions that may include kneeling, sitting, standing, squatting, bending over, etc. for extended periods. Must be able to move, carry, or position items weighing up to 75 pounds. Wage is negotiable, depending on experience.
Mesquite, Nevada, A well-established company in Mesquite, Nevada , is actively seeking experienced Heavy Equipment Field Mechanics to join our growing team. Mechanics with a strong background in electrical,, fuel, hydraulic, engine, and power train systems are encouraged to apply! . Duties & Responsibilities: Conduct diagnostics on a variety of heavy equipment such as scrapers, dozers, motor graders, and excavators. Perform regular maintenance and necessary repairs to ensure equipment operates both safely and effectively. Utilize in-depth knowledge of electrical, electronic, fuel, hydraulic, engine, and power train systems . Independently manage tasks, showcasing problem-solving skills and Field Mechanic experience in a high-paced work environment. A minimum of 3 years of verifiable Field Mechanic experience, with a focus on heavy equipment maintenance. Possess an understanding of electrical, electronic, fuel, hydraulic, engine, and power train systems. Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) is preferred but not a requirement. A strong commitment to adhering to safety guidelines and regulations. Candidates must pass background check and pre employment drug screening. Day shift of 10 hours Monday to Thursday + 8 hours Friday Overtime paid after 40 hours/week. Shift start/end times vary with season. Must be willing to work Saturdays if needed during especially busy times. Work is year round with no Winter shutdown. COMPANY PROVIDED SERVICE TRUCK AND SPECIALTY TOOLS! Benefits Include: Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, 401k.
Houston, Texas, Heavy Equipment Sales Supervisor: PLD Construction, LLC; Houston TX 77070. Resp. for monitr'g sales o/heavy equip. machinry us'd for land clear'g, earthwork, & undergrnd utility services. Req's: Bachl's in Bus. Admin. or Construction. Demnstrbl ability o/perform'g routine maintnc o/heavy constrtn equip. & determ'g maintnc procedrs. Knwldg o/custmr & personal service. Includes customer needs assess., meet'g quality standards & eval. o/customer satisfctn. Email CV: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Project Engineer, BIM/CAD Management | Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) , headquartered in Center City Philadelphia, is the sixth largest transportation system in the United States, with a vast network of fixed route services including bus, subway/elevated, trackless trolley, light rail, and commuter rail serving a 2,200 square mile service region.?SEPTA has become an integral force in the economic success of the Philadelphia region, providing an efficient and reliable source of transportation. OVERALL DESCRIPTION We are seeking candidates for the position of Senior Project Engineer (1014) - BIM/CAD Management in the B&B/Bridges & Buildings department. This position has a starting salary of $108,160.00 with an additional $5,000 automatic salary increase for having a PE/RA License. This position is responsible for undertaking engineering/quality assurance assignments that are considered to be of "significant complexity" in size and scope. This position is further responsible to provide technical support and direction for engineering/quality assurance activities including the definition and coordination for design review and implementation, establishing inspection plans, program/project development and consulting, statistical methods, audits, and continuous improvement approaches to ensure activities are consistent with SEPTA mission values and goals. This position is also responsible for drawing database (aka Plans Room), engineering software licensing support, and any services supporting design/drafting. The position is responsible for ongoing training of engineering/design/drafting staff in all engineering software used by staff. In this role, the individual will act as the design/drafting leader and provide quality control for this area. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILTIES Consults with managerial level as necessary in project/program definition. Exercises proper judgment in application of advanced engineering and quality assurance principles. Assists in preparation of budgets for proposed projects/programs and work to be contracted to a third party. Demonstrates effective technical writing skills. Provides highly specialized technical expertise in support of project/program activities. Assists manager on request in furtherance of his/her duties. Complies with all Authority and departmental safety and security policies and procedures as well as all applicable job safety responsibilities. Reports any safety concerns, compromises or hazards affecting operations, the public, self and/or other employees. Responsible for personal safety and is encouraged to promote the safety of others DISCIPLINE RESPONSIBILITIES Develop and Maintain BIM & CAD Standards Manual and all associated Support Files for in-house and 3rd party engineering projects. Develop and Maintain Custom Libraries (AutoCAD Blocks & Revit Families) for in-house and 3rd party use. Provide Seminars & Workshops to General User Base, and Upper Management as required, to promote usage of BIM systems. Provide users with Technical Support and Shadowing to elevate performance of design team in a measurable way. Lead BIM Coordination Meetings in Design & Construction both force account and 3rd party. Perform QA/QC Audit Reports of force account and 3rd Party projects related to BIM/CAD work product and compliance with design/drafting standards. Develop and Maintain an industry leading and robust File Management & Archiving system for the Authority. Develop and Maintain a comprehensive intellectual property storage system allowing all users to access information effectively and efficiently in coordination with other discipline CAD professionals (Track, C&S, Power, MOW, etc.). Participate in Industry Forums and other methods to allow Authority to have industry leading systems including a future Digital Delivery initiative should one be adopted. Monitors the overall effectiveness and quality control of drafting activities. Applies findings to the improvement of quality, productivity, safety and service reliability. Develops and implements policies, procedures, programs and objectives with monitoring and stimulating the improvement of quality control of drafting activities. This effort includes providing input to the process of writing quality assurance manuals for drafting. Establishes and maintains effective liaison with engineers throughout SEPTA. Interfaces with all levels of SEPTA personnel and outside vendor/contractors to identify procedures, equipment, and processes which need revision and develop action plans for quality assurance improvements in these areas. Performs as auditor for quality control of drafting activities to assure compliance to SEPTA requirements. Participates in compiling and summarizing audit findings and recommendations for presentation to responsible manager. Participates in review of drawings and documents to the extent needed to enforce SEPTA standards in all assigned areas. ADDITIONAL / DISCIPLINE RESPONSIBILITIES Responsibilities shall include conceptual, preliminary, final design, and costing of projects as directed by senior level supervision/management. Implement design plans, specifications, and construction procedures in areas of responsibility. Participate in field investigations relative to adequacy of end product(s) being acceptable. Accumulate sufficient knowledge of current state-of-the-art processes, procedures and availability as they affect ones assignment. Possess the experience to detect appropriate contract/specification compliance in work assignments involving internal and/or 3rd party contractors. Generate, review, and implement compliance processes for regulated infrastructure. Ensure documentation accuracy in order to obtain all required certifications. Perform field equipment inspections, participate in problem resolution with maintenance staff, and generate and track service requests. Generates written memoranda, technical reports, audits, etc. and interfaces with government agencies when appropriate to support compliance requirements. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree in Engineering OR Architecture OR in a Related discipline, and seven (7) years of proven professional engineering or architecture employment experience is required (construction related industry experience is preferred). Or Associates Degree in a Design Related Field with (10) years of professional experience directly applicable to duties of position. Minimum of five (5) years of Autodesk Revit experience is required. Minimum of five (5) years of Product Data Management (PDM) software experience required. Minimum of two (2) years of Autodesk AutoCAD experience required. Familiarity with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & Asset Management Systems (AMS). Proficiency with developing and working with BIM & CAD Standards Workflows. Superior oral and written communication skills is required. Demonstrated experience supporting BIM and CAD projects similar in size and complexity to those developed by SEPTA. Valid driver’s license is required. Experience with Autodesk Civil 3D is preferred. Experience in all phases of Design and Construction is preferred. Proficiency in the latest Microsoft Office suite required. BENEFITS OFFERED Medical Benefits – “Minimal annual premium contribution” The following benefit plans have “No Employee annual premium contribution”: Prescription Benefits Program Dental Benefits Vision Benefits Additional benefits we offer: Pension Plan / Retirement Savings Defined Benefit Pension Plan Voluntary Governmental 457B Deferred Comp Plan Life Insurance Tuition Reimbursement SEPTA Transportation Pass – FREE travel on all SEPTA modes of transportation Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, SEPTA is a qualified employer Apply at: https://jobs.septa.org/job/Philadelphia-Senior-Project-Engineer-%281014%29-BIMCAD-Management-PA-19107/1082543500/ SEPTA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
San Jose, California, City of San Jose, California Building Division Manager Salary range: $131,187 to $207,658 DOQ Final filing date: Monday, December 4, 2023. The City of San Jose is seeking a dynamic, high-energy individual as its next Building Manager. This is a wonderful opportunity to play a significant role in the 12th largest City in the nation, also known as the “Capital of Silicon Valley”. The Building Division Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Plan Review Section. The principal function is to provide leadership and direct, plan, and oversee all activities and operations of the City’s Building Division. The position is the primary interface between the Building Division and the development and permitting community. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Architecture, Engineering, or a closely related field (e.g. Construction Management). Master’s Degree desirable. Six years of progressively responsible directly related experience, including three (3) years of supervisory experience. To view additional qualifications and submit your resume (reflecting years and months of employment including beginning/ending dates), cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (two supervisors, two direct reports, and two colleagues) please go to: https://www.cpshr.us/recruitment/2272 For additional information contact: David Niemeyer CPS HR Consulting 916-471-3366 To view an online brochure for this position visit: https://online.flipbuilder.com/kper/wxis City of San Jose website: http://www.sanjoseca.gov The City of San Jose is an equal opportunity employer.
Washington, D.C., JOB TITLE: Manager, Concrete Construction and Technology REPORTS TO: Senior Director, Concrete Technology and Industry Outreach NUMBER OF DIRECT REPORTS: 0 DEPARTMENT: Department 6030, Serves under Research and Technology FUNCTION: As Manager of Concrete Construction and Technology, the individual will engage in programs and activities directed for the purpose of implementing the PCA Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality. Their main responsibilities will be providing technical support and outreach mainly to the Concrete and Construction links of the Value Chain and primarily directed towards the design and specification community. LOCATION: Remote/Hybrid with convenient access to a major airport DATE OF UPDATE: October 19, 2023 SUMMARY: In their primary role, the Manager receives direction from the Senior Director of Concrete Technology and Industry Support to develop specific actions needed to identify, engage with, and partner with key decision-makers within targeted associations for the purpose of implementing PCA's Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality. On an on-going basis, the Manager reports their progress on those actions, recommends additional actions that may be required as a result of changing conditions, and identifies opportunities for other partnership and engagement that advances PCA's Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality. The Manager works closely with the product standards, market intelligence, government affairs, and communications departments to evaluate potential impacts and barriers to adoption of cement-specific materials for concrete construction. The Manager also works closely with PCA member companies, regional promotion groups, government agencies, industry and academic researchers, and other thought leaders considering new and innovative cement-based material technology for sustainable applications in concrete construction. KEY RESPONSILIBILTIES: · Engage with the cement and concrete allied industry organizations including AIA, CSI, CII, NCSEA, AGC, ASCC, ACI, NRMCA, State Affiliates, and PCA member companies on an ongoing basis. · Serve as subject matter expert on concrete materials and concrete construction. · Develop technical presentations/webinars on sustainable concrete highlighting PCA Roadmap accomplishments to various audiences through a variety of means. · Monitor PCA sponsored research activities related to concrete construction. · Develop and maintain cement and concrete-based standards through participation in technical committees. · Maintain direct contact with key decision makers including public agencies, private consultants, design engineers, owners, developers and contractors. · Provides individual PCA member company technical support related to cement and concrete standards and industry outreach. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: List years of experience required (Using a range is preferred) · Minimum 5 years concrete and/or concrete materials field experience . Strong design and construction background preferred. List degree requirements and educational requirements · B.S. Engineering, Construction Management, Materials Science, Architecture, or Concrete Industry Management · Professional Engineering (PE) license or ability to receive preferred. · LEED or other sustainability accreditation a plus · Comprehensive knowledge of concrete production, and concrete construction. DESIRED SKILLS: · Strong technical engineering knowledge of concrete materials, design, and construction. · Excellent oral and written skills; including public speaking. This is a high-profile position with national exposure. · Knowledge of trade association and industry operations is essential since position will require frequent contact with other national/regional/state allied industry associations. · Ability to work closely with all PCA staff on intra-departmental issues including those related to the PCA Roadmap. · Ability to build consensus, establish trust, communicate effectively, and foster culture change. · Ability to lead, facilitate and mentor individuals and teams. · Energetic self-starter with ability to multi-task and manage projects to meet deadlines. · Proficient in PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe, and Microsoft Word. ADDITIONAL NOTES: Working conditions entail normal office environmental conditions. If working from a remote home office, must be able to provide suitable office space in the home with minimal disruption. Position entails approximately 20 to 30 percent travel (mostly by air and auto) including overnight stays and weekend work. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://cement.isolvedhire.com/jobs/1023527-355246.html
Gustavus, Alaska, Construction Superintendent Location: Glacier Bay National Park, near Gustavus, in Southeast Alaska Reports To: Project Manager Employment Type: Full-time, 10-hour days, 5 to 6 days per week Contract Completion: December 2024 ROLE This position is responsible for the Supervision of Field Operations for the construction of new Concessioner Housing and Maintenance Building in Glacier Bay National Park, AK for an established General Contractor. We are looking for a team oriented, flexible, professional person, who enjoys new challenges. The Project Superintendent's principal duty is to properly schedule the work of the company crews, equipment, and subcontractors to achieve maximum production in the most efficient manner. PROJECT DESCRIPTION This design-build project will consist of the design and construction of a 13,800 SF Concessioner Dorm. and 1,800 SF Maintenance Building. The dorm is a wood framed structure that sits on a helical pier foundation. The Maintenance Building is a pre-engineered metal building that sits on a concrete foundation. Following the construction of the new buildings there will be the demolition of some existing buildings. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for overall project site safety and coordination with corporate Safety Director. Coordinate subcontractors and verify all work is in accordance with project specifications. Assign foreman and crews to work tasks as required to complete the project on time and within budget. Review and understand project schedules and provide information to Project Manager to facilitate schedule updates. Track/verify quantities installed for monthly progress payments. Submit daily reports summarizing all work performed, delays, resources utilized, etc. Coordinate material deliveries to coincide with scheduled activities. Review weekly project costs reports to ensure project completion within budget. Communicate daily with Project Manager. Build a solid working relationship with client representatives and engineers working on the project. EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND SKILLS REQUIREMENTS Minimum of 10 years’ experience in construction with at least 5 of those years as a superintendent on projects similar in size and complexity. Familiar with the requirements of OSHA and experience in the areas of hazard identification and safety compliance. Capable of interpreting a critical path schedule and construction drawings. Strong managerial skills; Ability to schedule and multitask. Ability to communicate with office, clients, and architects. Experience in concrete, framing and finish carpentry. Knowledge in Computers and ability to use company software, specifically email (Outlook) and spreadsheets/word processing (Excel/Word). Experience with Primavera Scheduling software a plus. Must possess a valid driver’s license. UNIT COMPANY offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits plan (health, dental, vision), 401(k) plan, and opportunity for financial assistance to continue career growth & personal development.
Los Angeles, California, Turner & Townsend Heery is seeking a Cost/Financial Analyst in Los Angeles. Duties include, but not limited to the following. Support small capex program reporting in all aspects, including data assembly & validation for projects ranging in size from $100,000 to over $2 million total-installed-cost Ensure consistent project reporting Analyze cost and financial data and work with project teams to develop EAC’s per project and summarized by the program Identify trends that impact final cost projections Review and organize project into cost systems and spreadsheets Monitor purchase order commitments, manage change orders, and adjust forecasts to reflect change orders Report actual vs. baseline cost status, prepare final cost report to internal and external Clients, submit final costs for invoicing Create & maintain time-phased invoicing plans, aligned to project estimates & budgets Work with planners & schedulers to cost data into client proprietary progress and cost databases and spreadsheets Learn and then assist the client and Project Team members in progress database features, including planning & forecasting modules Prepare graphic representation of data such as progress curves, earned value, etc. Work with project team to validate that all essential quantity data is being captured Our inspired people share our vision and mission. We provide a great place to work, where each person has the opportunity and voice to affect change. We want our people to succeed both in work and life. To support this we promote a healthy, productive and flexible working environment that respects work-life balance. Turner & Townsend is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community. Please find out more about us at www.turnerandtownsend.com/ Bachelor's degree (BA/BS/BEng/BArch) from College or University in a technical area of study. Minimum 10 years of related experience and/or training. Supervisory experience is preferred but not required. Experience with cost analysis, budgets, and forecasts. Functions with minimum guidance and under preset procedures with attention to detail. Ability to work in a fast paced environment, prioritize and multitask. Ability to handle and process sensitive information and manage potentially volatile and litigious situations. Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Suite programs. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong communication and interpersonal skills; results oriented; able to work autonomously and in a team environment. Self-starter with initiative and ability to handle multiple tasks. High degree of confidentiality and professionalism Position is on-site. Telecommuting or hybrid is not available for this role. Ranges are determined by role and level and represent a good faith effort to provide a fair and equitable salary. This range is a reflection of base salary only, not of a total compensation package. ?Please note Turner & Townsend reserves the right to pay more or less than the posted range, depending on candidate’s experience and qualifications.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, Title : Construction Project Manager Location: Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA Status: Full-Time Travel: Local/Regional Salary : $80,800-$125,664 Position Summary: Midnight Sun is looking for a Project Manager for a Federal Construction Contract in Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA. The Project Manager is responsible for the site's overall financial performance, enforces Risk Management practices at all necessary levels, and ensures that all employees are treated justly and professionally. This candidate will be required to manage client interface, client satisfaction, contract administration, and personnel administration. Duties/Responsibilities : Plan, coordinate, and manage all facets necessary to complete projects on time, within budget, and of the highest quality. Manage the projects in accordance with contract requirements and corporate policies and procedures. Respond in a timely manner to all contract agreements, instructions, and inquiries from authorized government personnel. Enforce Quality Control Plan and implement Site Safety, Health, and Substance Abuse Programs. Attend pre-construction, progress, and other project meetings, and provide minutes. Manage the management of delivery order execution in accordance with contract requirements and project management procedures. Attend pre-issuance site visits to determine existing conditions and client needs. Manage the development of detailed project scope of work to include Visio or AutoCAD drawings, renderings, preliminary approximations of types of materials to be used and basic quantity counts. Review the proposal scope of work, specifications, and drawings to ensure they clearly define the project requirements and client expectations. Perform independent review of estimates based on technical specifications, scope of work and drawings or sketches; to include detailed quantity take-offs for each job order and enter line items into on-site computer containing the Unit Price Book software. Confirm all necessary line items are included in the estimate and any unnecessary items are removed. Manage the development of project work packages for each definable feature of work and solicitation of detailed proposal information from at least proposals for each work package. Manage the coordination of subcontractor buyout; to include arranging and attending site visits with subcontractors, tracking subcontractor proposals, and entering required data in project management software. Review project cost requirements to ensure compliance with project requirements and company procedures. Review and approve proposal package for submission to client and attend negotiations to support the proposal as submitted. Review delivery order contracts, specifications, and drawings; accept the delivery orders. Establish and maintain project start, progress, and completion schedules. Perform required coordination with project architects and engineers. Manage negotiations with subcontractors. Review and approve detailed subcontractor agreements. Manage the submittal process, development of detailed project schedules, and project close-outs, to include obtaining required documentation, assisting in pre-final inspections and As-Built drawings. Prepare yearly budgets and revenue forecasts. Manage monthly revenue and margins; ensure that financial requirements are attained for each project. Review and approve monthly project cost reports. Generate and review monthly project cost reports to manage project cash flow and over/under billings. Assign or hire additional staff as needed to respond to fluctuations in volume of work. Conduct weekly staff meetings to ensure timeliness and quality of delivery order work. Ensure compliance Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) guidelines and procedures along with all local requirements (OSHA, USACE, EM385.1.1). Must have an Uncompromising Commitment to Safety . Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Associate's Degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Science, Business Management, or Construction Management; Bachelor's Degree highly desired. 10+ years of experience in the construction industry with a commercial or industrial general contractor; Federal Experience highly desired. Experience with JOC, SATOC, MATOC and SABER contracts highly desired. Extensive understanding of, and familiarity with, the principles, methods, and techniques of architectural, civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering. Familiarity with all Federal regulations relative to conducting construction on a Federal installation, to include all environmental and preservation implications. Experience managing and coordinating multiple projects and subcontractors/vendors. Very experienced in producing detailed fixed price estimates; has the ability to use RS Means or other published unit price books to produce detailed line item estimates. Proficient with Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint. Experience with and/or ability to learn project specific software such as ProCore or similar. Extensive knowledge of construction and engineering means and methods. Strong verbal and written communication skills, to include clear, concise, and professional presentation. Ability to manage all resources, to include operations support staff, vendors, subcontractors, time, and more, as well as, prioritizing tasks in order to meet tight deadlines and successfully deliver high quality projects. Ability to work well in a team environment. Physical/Environmental Conditions Performance of the required job duties will be in an office environment along with visits to sites that are under construction which may include various weather. The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: The ability to walk terrain and surfaces that may be far or uneven. The ability to regularly sit, stand, walk, and talk. The ability to occasionally climb, balance, stoop, kneel, squat, and reach. The ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust between near and far. Apply online at our website: https://kikiktagruk.applicantpool.com/ Disclaimer : This is not to be an exclusive list of all responsibilities', duties, and skills required of the person in this job. KIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. KIC considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, physical or mental disability, family responsibility, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran's status, gender identity or any other legal protected status. Pursuant to The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 43 U.S.C. Sec. 1601 et seq., and federal contractual requirements, Kikiktagruk Inupiat Corporation, may legally grant certain preference in employment opportunities to KIC Shareholders and their Descendants. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here . Successful candidate must pass, comply, and adhere to KIC's Drug and Alcohol policy/testing requirements and pass a thorough background check including fingerprinting.
San Jose, California, The Facilities Development and Operations Department is seeking a Senior Director of Design and Construction to join the Team! In this position, you will lead, direct, and manage a team of construction managers responsible for the design and construction phases of campus projects with a special focus on all major capital projects. If you have a bachelor’s degree in architecture or a related field or equivalent, ten years of supervisory experience, and demonstrated management experience leading and overseeing project management teams responsible for the design and construction of large-scale commercial projects, then we want to hear from you! Link: https://jobs.sjsu.edu/en-us/job/532399/senior-director-design-construction Equal Employment Statement: SJSU is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or disability. It is the policy of SJSU to provide reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose. The final hiring salary will be commensurate with experience.
Wilmington, North Carolina, Title: Construction Quality Control Manager Location: Wilmington, NC Status : Full Time Travel : Local/Regional Position Summary: Midnight Sun Global Services, LLC is recruiting for an on-site Construction Quality Control Manager to support Federal construction contracts in North Carolina and the surrounding area. This position may function in concurrent roles (on-site Superintendent and/or Site Safety and Health Officer). This is a 6-month position. Duties/Responsibilities: Develop and implement project-specific quality control. Inspect and evaluate the work area in accordance with plans, specifications, and contract documents, reporting deficiencies as appropriate and elevating issues as needed to ensure safe work practices and quality. Develop, gather, maintain, and/or submit work plans, submittals, reports, etc. Ensure that subcontractors are aware of all project quality control. Plan for and conduct a three-phase inspection program to include: Preparatory Meetings and Reports; Initial Phase Inspections and Reports; Follow-up Inspections and Reports; and Final Phase Inspections. Lead and document quality control meetings with the project team and/or customers; and provide written minutes. Provide daily quality control reports to achieve desired quality outcomes in a timely manner by reinforcing activities that are being constructed in conformance with project-specific standards; and constructively confront non-conformance. Verify and document that all materials/equipment received for the project are in conformance with the approved submittal, are handled and stored appropriately, and are acceptable for use in the project; check for damaged and defective materials and address. Schedule, coordinate, and document all required code and independent inspections. Clearly document, correct, and re-inspect all non-conformances prior to covering up work. Review the as-built drawings to ensure that they are current, and that deviations from the contract drawings are addressed. Review the Job Site Safety Plan, verify that a hazard analysis has been approved prior to the performance of a specific feature of work during the preparatory phase of control, verify that safety measures are in place during the initial phase of control, and conduct safety inspections during the follow-up phase of control. Stop work; reject materials and/or equipment; and direct the removal and replacement of any work not in compliance with contract documents, applicable codes, building standards, and/or established principles of construction engineering, or activities which present life-threatening conditions or damage to the site. Communicate and interact as a team member with all trades, manufacturers, suppliers, construction staff and customer representatives, in a professional. Other duties as required. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Architecture, or Construction Management with a minimum of 5 years' experience; or a minimum of 10 years' experience in Federal construction as a Quality Control Manager Current OSHA 30; First Aid/CPR; and USACE Construction Quality Control Management certifications; or ability to obtain within 30 days of hire. Exceptional communication skills (written and verbal); and ability to interact professionally with customers, coworkers, and subcontractors (among others). Exceptional organizational and time management skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.). Familiarity with USACE RMS CM and EM-385-1-1. Uncompromising commitment to safety. Must be able to pass all required contract security requirements. Physical Demands: Must be able to traverse job sites as needed for inspections of projects and assessing areas of construction, which includes but is not limited to, walking on uneven surfaces/multiple floors; climbing multiple flights of stairs; standing for extended periods of time; climbing ladders; and/or lifting up to 50 lbs. There may be additional project-specific physical requirements. Apply online at our website: https://kikiktagruk.applicantpool.com/ . Disclaimer: This is not to be an exclusive list of all responsibilities', duties, and skills required of the person in this job. KIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. KIC considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, physical or mental disability, family responsibility, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran's status, or any other legal protected status. Pursuant to The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 43 U.S.C. Sec. 1601 et seq., and federal contractual requirements, Kikiktagruk Inupiat Corporation, may legally grant certain preference in employment opportunities to KIC Shareholders and their Descendants. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here . Successful candidate must pass, comply, and adhere to KIC's Drug and Alcohol policy/testing requirements and pass a thorough background check including fingerprinting.
Los Angeles, California, Turner & Townsend Heery are seeking an experienced Construction Estimator to work with our talented Cost Management team. The team consults on a wide portfolio of large-scale (multi-billion dollar) construction management programs for our key, well-known clients. To be successful in this position you must have great communication skills and be comfortable operating in a client-facing role. Developing cost plans and estimates from concept through detailed design. Supporting Client land acquisitions. Delivering and presenting updated cost plans at appropriate design milestones. Reviewing proposed design changes/new technologies and prepare estimates within appropriate accuracy levels. Understanding design stages and estimate levels. Providing commercial input to design optioneering and input into value engineering exercises. Preparing cash commit forecasts for the construction life cycle. Working collaboratively with stakeholders in the preparation of estimates/ cost plans. Analyzing labor markets and cost drivers such as Unions & Tax. Supporting our client’s with monthly presentations. Delivering Life Cycle Costing models. Benchmarking integration to ensure accurate data capture. Qualifications: BS Degree required. 3-5 years of Public works Experience. Experience working in a construction cost management role such as Estimating, Cost Engineer, Project Engineer, Project Cost Controls etc. College and/or post-graduate degree in construction management, cost management, quantity surveying, engineering or field related to construction. Excellent communicator and thrives in a client facing role. Experience supporting program level cost management for medium or large-scale construction projects. Good knowledge of construction industry technical matters, such as value management and value engineering Municipal experience preferred. JOC and or DB experience preferred. Small capex, TI, renovations type experience desired.
Los Angeles, California, Turner & Townsend Heery are looking for a Construction Scheduler to support public sector construction projects for our client in Los Angeles. The successful candidate must also be highly detail-oriented and organized with excellent analytic and problem-solving abilities. The candidate must have a proven track record of working as a Planner/Scheduler professional on Small/Mid/Large Capital projects. Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills are required. Ability to coordinate & organize multiple sources of schedule inputs/performance data into a master schedule platform and deliver project/program status reports as required. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The tenacity and drive to inject value and create solutions. Develops good working relationships with project team. Implement Project Planning & Scheduling strategy, plans and procedures, reflecting both Company and contractor roles, responsibilities and expectations. Promote and maintain the overall integration and integrity of contractor schedules within the Program suite of project schedules. Provide interface and quality assurance to Project functional groups and contractors regarding the tracking and reporting of schedule performance. Support the Project Team in the implementation of an integrated enterprise based cross functional and EPC master schedule program. Preparing Staffing, Engineering and Construction progress and customized reports. Perform Critical Path Analysis. Perform probabilistic analysis on integrated schedules and contractor schedules. Qualifications: BS Degree required. 2-7 years of Public works experience. Minimum of 5 Years of progressively responsible positions in an Infrastructure Scheduling environment. Strong understanding of all construction disciplines. Strong Experience in facilitating Interactive Planning Meetings with all stakeholders to develop consensus and alignment of the team. Experience in the development, preparation, review, base-lining of Project Schedules ( Level 1 through Level 5 schedules using WBS and Activity Codes) with experiences in Critical Path Analysis Experience with industrial scheduling and Risk Analysis programs such as Primavera P6 and Pertmaster.
Los Angeles, California, Turner & Townsend Heery are seeking a Project Engineer to support public sector construction projects in Los Angeles. Manage individual tasks throughout the construction process including submittal and RFI process. Review subcontractor authorizations (perform bid normalization). Regular collaboration and coordination is required with internal resources and build contractors. Conduct background research, data collection and benchmarking. RFI processing. DSA experience Change order management. Punch-list management. Perform quantity take-offs and review estimates. Track and report cost savings. Review contractor/subcontractor monthly pay applications. Assist in the preparation of monthly reports and other progress reports to the client. Meeting coordination. Create, maintain and follow a project schedule detailing when stakeholder meetings will be needed, when reviews will be necessary and an overall project plan. Transcribe meeting minutes and action items and drive each item to closure. Maintain the standards, processes, procedures, and deliverables for all reporting activities for assigned delivery team. Ensure project compliance with document controls and file specifications. Administer project closeout specifications and associated turnover documentation. Qualifications: BS Degree required. 3-5 years of public works experience. A minimum of 2 years as a Construction Project Engineer or similar. Experience assisting or supervising construction projects of increasing complexity required. Strong problem solving skills and ability to perform job requirements with minimal supervision. Membership in relevant professional organizations is preferred. Knowledge of CSA (civil, structural, architectural) and MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) construction. Ability to develop good working relationships within different client cultures and across multiple project teams. Drive to be proactive and self-motivated. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Working knowledge of MS Projects. Good with numbers, technology, and web-based data platforms. Advanced skills with spreadsheets, charts, and presentations. Valid US passport with no visa restrictions. Municipal experience. JOC and or DB experience. Small capex, TI, renovations type experience desired.
Los Angeles, California, Turner & Townsend Heery is seeking an experienced Construction Project Manager to work alongside one of our key public works clients. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with excellent communication skills, experience working in the construction industry and be able to take the initiative to drive activities with limited supervision. Interfacing with the client and other consultants, at all project stages. Financial management – Ensuring prompt client invoicing and utilizing Financial system in order to monitor a project’s financial status. Project planning, including producing the detailed project plan. Monitoring and applying performance management techniques. Managing the change control process. Managing the flow of project information between the team and the client, through regular meetings and written communications. Preparing formal project budget progress and other reports. Quality Control – Ensuring compliance with quality standards. Working to construct proposals for new work or variations for existing projects. Identifying opportunities to improve Project Management procedures, templates and products referring ideas to the appropriate line manager. Identifying and ensuring that the appropriate line manager is aware of quality, safety, health and environment issues. Establishing effective project governance, processes and systems to be utilized throughout project. General line management responsibilities (where appropriate) are effectively discharged. Qualifications: Ability to advise at a strategic level during the project conception stage, including providing advice on the different approaches that can be adopted in order to successfully achieve the client’s overall objectives. Great time management skills. Ensure that project is managed to the right quality standards, completed efficiently and on time. Ability to build strong working relationships with clients and cross-functional team members. Experienced working as an effective team member within the context of delivering a specific commission. Business development opportunities with existing and new clients, including cross-selling opportunities, are identified. Key information and data is effectively shared and appropriately retained. Education / Experience : 5 -10 years of Public Works experience in construction. BS degree in Construction Management and PMP certification. Municipal experience. JOC and/or DB experience. Small capex, TI, renovations type experience desired. Demonstrated experience working as a Project Manager within the construction industry on commercial ground up real estate projects. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to be highly effective in a client facing role. Membership in relevant professional organizations. Experience managing demanding stakeholders and work stream managers.
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