Estimator / Project Manager

Garney Alpharetta , GA 30023

Posted 3 months ago

Garney Companies, Inc.Estimator / Project ManagerAlpharetta, GA 30004We are looking for an ESTIMATOR/ PROJECT MANAGER in our ALPHARETTA,GA. ( NO REMOTE WORKERS MUST WORK IN OFFICE)Join our family of employee-owners and find a home at Garney the ideal employee owned company.A DAY IN THE LIFE OF an Estimator/Project Manager would include:*
  • Generating earthwork and pipe quantity take offs from plans and specifications to allow proper pricing of labor as well as solicitation of necessary materials and subcontractors * Preparing contingency and risk analysis for the estimate and pre-review * Analyzing and compiling estimate data that impact the cost of labor, materials, equipment requirements, location and other factors * Communicating estimate bid information to field operations at pre-construction meetings to ensure understanding of scope of job and critical means and methods of construction * Developing and maintaining business relationships with owners, small businesses, subcontractors and suppliers by creating strategic alliances and increase bid opportunities * Providing conceptual estimates * Managing cost projections and WIP projections * Managing job site supervisory personnel * Planning and scheduling projects * Contract negotiation and administration*QUALIFICATIONSCandidates for this position must have a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, construction management, business administration or equivalent work experience.They must be able to review take-off quantities to ensure accuracy of data used in estimates and review drawings, specifications and proposed project site conditions.Candidates must be proficient in all MS Office products, AGTEK Take-Off and Scheduling software, and have vast knowledge and experience in specified estimating discipline.Accessibility: If you need an accommodation as part of the employment process please contact company recruiter at 321-221-2825 or Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans. GARNEY IS COMMITTED TO A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE. ALL NEW HIRES WILL BE REQUIRED TO PASS A DRUG TEST AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. View the EEO is the Law poster: English Spanish ;If you want to view the Pay Transparency Policy Statement, please click the link: EnglishGarney Construction participates in the E-Verify Program. Please click on the below links for more information.E-verify: English- SpanishRight to Work: English- Spanish
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