Sr. Construction Project Manager

Ontario, CA

Open Management
5/12/2022 2:58:00 PMPST
Job Type: Retail Direct Hire
Minimum Experience: Not Specified
Recruiter Name: Luke Marquardt

Job Description

 Description:
 
  • Oversee and coordinate multiple commercial and industrial projects with critical completion schedules assigned to you.
  • Process and track change order requests and approvals, transmittals and submittals.
  • Organize and coordinate field personnel with the job superintendent regarding subcontractors and vendors.
  • Communicate with clients during entire project and through close out process.
  • Project Management requires a strong attention to detail as it relates to construction standards and guidelines.
  • Review and acceptance of new job package with Superintendent, Estimator utilizing the “Handoff Checklist” for project turnover.  Confirmation and approval of signed subcontracts as prepared by the project estimator, and prime contracts prior to starting work.
  • Schedule weekly job meetings with client and Superintendent.  Take detailed weekly meeting minutes, utilizing project minutes template and tailor them to your project. Include a Prime change order log, CE log, submittal log, RFI logs, etc.
  • Work with Superintendent to prepare Weekly 3 weeks look ahead schedule for review at the weekly OAC job meetings with client.
  • Independent job site visits as necessary to follow up on critical paths.
  • Review and acceptance of monthly draw schedule with project administrator in order to review for acceptance with owner and processing prior to end of each month.
  • Monitor project delays, making sure the appropriate paperwork is sent to owner. Review for additional GC’s. Review cost to complete, allowance log, suspense log, and contingency log monthly at a minimum.
  • Bidding and cost estimate preparation for on-going project changes. For construction changes, and larger delta changes to be prepared with the assistance of the project estimator. Smaller changes to be done by Project Manager. You may utilize your assistant, and/or job superintendent for the smaller changes that do not require estimator involvement.
  • Review scope changes with superintendent prior to pricing, and coordinate pricing with superintendent/assistant.  Review of subcontractor’s cost proposal prior to preparing cost estimate. 
  • Verify that subcontractor is pricing the project change correctly before presenting to owner.
  • Regarding correspondence with project estimators on all field cost issues, the superintendent should be corresponding with the Project Manager, not the estimator.
  • Obtaining signature of approval from client for added scope of work prior to the work starting, including required added days.
  • Review of job schedule prepared for the project and included in the Prime Contract with the superintendent for final review and acceptance. Make any changes necessary prior to sending job schedule to sub-contractors as a part of their binding subcontract. You may or may not be involved in preparation of the contractual schedule, however you will need to review and understand that schedule prior to sending.
  • Review and approval of job-related invoices.  Temporary facilities need to be monitored to eliminate overruns. Sign job invoices in a timely manner.
  • Ensure all safety and SWPP regulations are being carried out.  Confirm with the job superintendent that all tailgate/safety meetings are being carried out weekly.
  • PMs are to walk the project weekly with the project superintendent, and make sure the quality control of the project is consistent with expectations/requirements.
  • Monitor and control the labor that is being used throughout the project. Any jobsite support and laborers needed must be approved for utilization by the PM.
  • Monitor the material and shop drawing submittal process with the  Submittal Coordinator/Expeditor and superintendent to make sure subcontractors are submitting the right products.
  • Develop subcontractor relationships and make sure the superintendent is also developing subcontractor relationships.  Try to eliminate field battles.
  • Make sure superintendent is using the correct set of plans throughout the project including bulletins and addendums. Keep track of plan changes utilizing the proper section of the meeting minutes.
  • Review and coordinate small projects with estimator to create proposal to owners in trying to reduce sales staff involvement.

Job Requirements

 Description:
 
  • Oversee and coordinate multiple commercial and industrial projects with critical completion schedules assigned to you.
  • Process and track change order requests and approvals, transmittals and submittals.
  • Organize and coordinate field personnel with the job superintendent regarding subcontractors and vendors.
  • Communicate with clients during entire project and through close out process.
  • Project Management requires a strong attention to detail as it relates to construction standards and guidelines.
  • Review and acceptance of new job package with Superintendent, Estimator utilizing the "Handoff Checklist" for project turnover.  Confirmation and approval of signed subcontracts as prepared by the project estimator, and prime contracts prior to starting work.
  • Schedule weekly job meetings with client and Superintendent.  Take detailed weekly meeting minutes, utilizing project minutes template and tailor them to your project. Include a Prime change order log, CE log, submittal log, RFI logs, etc.
  • Work with Superintendent to prepare Weekly 3 weeks look ahead schedule for review at the weekly OAC job meetings with client.
  • Independent job site visits as necessary to follow up on critical paths.
  • Review and acceptance of monthly draw schedule with project administrator in order to review for acceptance with owner and processing prior to end of each month.
  • Monitor project delays, making sure the appropriate paperwork is sent to owner. Review for additional GC's. Review cost to complete, allowance log, suspense log, and contingency log monthly at a minimum.
  • Bidding and cost estimate preparation for on-going project changes. For construction changes, and larger delta changes to be prepared with the assistance of the project estimator. Smaller changes to be done by Project Manager. You may utilize your assistant, and/or job superintendent for the smaller changes that do not require estimator involvement.
  • Review scope changes with superintendent prior to pricing, and coordinate pricing with superintendent/assistant.  Review of subcontractor's cost proposal prior to preparing cost estimate. 
  • Verify that subcontractor is pricing the project change correctly before presenting to owner.
  • Regarding correspondence with project estimators on all field cost issues, the superintendent should be corresponding with the Project Manager, not the estimator.
  • Obtaining signature of approval from client for added scope of work prior to the work starting, including required added days.
  • Review of job schedule prepared for the project and included in the Prime Contract with the superintendent for final review and acceptance. Make any changes necessary prior to sending job schedule to sub-contractors as a part of their binding subcontract. You may or may not be involved in preparation of the contractual schedule, however you will need to review and understand that schedule prior to sending.
  • Review and approval of job-related invoices.  Temporary facilities need to be monitored to eliminate overruns. Sign job invoices in a timely manner.
  • Ensure all safety and SWPP regulations are being carried out.  Confirm with the job superintendent that all tailgate/safety meetings are being carried out weekly.
  • PMs are to walk the project weekly with the project superintendent, and make sure the quality control of the project is consistent with expectations/requirements.
  • Monitor and control the labor that is being used throughout the project. Any jobsite support and laborers needed must be approved for utilization by the PM.
  • Monitor the material and shop drawing submittal process with the Submittal Coordinator/Expeditor and superintendent to make sure subcontractors are submitting the right products.
  • Develop subcontractor relationships and make sure the superintendent is also developing subcontractor relationships.  Try to eliminate field battles.
  • Make sure superintendent is using the correct set of plans throughout the project including bulletins and addendums. Keep track of plan changes utilizing the proper section of the meeting minutes.
  • Review and coordinate small projects with estimator to create proposal to owners in trying to reduce sales staff involvement.
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