Responsible to lead, direct and manage project delivery in the field including management of all field operations, budget control, and schedule implementation. Support construction management with the overall execution consistent with approved project programs and financial objectives through project turnover to Operations. Ensure that construction requirements, quality expectations, and all other standards are met. Responsible for identifying issues and/or delays and implementing solutions. Establishes and maintains excellent working relationships with all team members regardless of role or level.
Reinvestment construction is primarily focused on maintaining existing community assets, especially for water intrusion, including re-roofing, decks, waterproofing, windows, and stucco repair. Primary contacts: Property Managers, contractors/vendors, work teams, and residents.
New construction is primarily focused on new developments and works closely with acquisitions/ entitlements/ design/ plan check & permitting/ bidding & negotiations/ buyout & contracting/ construction/ warranty and closeout phase. Primary contacts: General Contractors, vendors and work teams.
Regular jobsite visits to ensure quality, safety and all other standards are being met.
Review schedule, subcontractor issues, City issues with General Contractors or Property Mangers.
Manage Architect/Engineer issues, e.g., RFI's, ASI's, Submittals.
Maintain professional relationships with all jobsite team members; e.g., resolve issues and disputes.
Conduct meetings, provide direction; point of contact for all information and issues.
Review project building plan sets, Bulletins and Contract documents.
Manage shop drawing process.
Review Change Order requests with GC's, PM & Superintendent.
Review & initial ICO's prior to sign off by Director of Construction.
Review & initial draw requests prior to sign off by Director of Construction.
Review job cost forecast with GC on weekly basis.
Attend monthly budget review meeting.
Monitor GC's site safety program.
Assist DOC conduct site walks, e.g., framing, cabinets, landscape, stucco, roofing.
Constructability review of plans, details, specifications during design prior to construction.
Proficient in M.S. Project and/or Smart Sheets for scheduling.
Manage construction coordinator(s) on multiple projects
Facilitate weekly OAC (Owner, Architect, Contractor) site coordination meetings.
Manage the acceptance process for completed building interiors/exteriors, site issues, landscape, etc.
CLOSEOUT / POST-CONSTRUCTION:
Secure Warranty books from GC.
Secure "As built" drawings from GC.
Manage GC to secure City Certificate of Occupancy, bond release etc.
Manage complex contract close-out process with multiple internal departments (contracts, operations, design) to ensure all standards and regulations are met.
Work with Operations to ensure smooth resolution regarding any outstanding GC issues (performance, responsiveness).
Implement the Apartment Development Core Values in every aspect of our business. Leadership, Excellence, Camaraderie, Innovation and Integrity.
Work with Western National and other General Contractors to expand existing trade relations in the region by establishing strategic alliances with a defined list of deliverables and benefits. Manage these relationships.
Partner with the WNC Project Management staff to inspire and encourage innovation and integrity in all that we do thru effective leadership and collaboration.
Proactively define and advance our core values to develop a culture where a thoughtful exchange of ideas is encouraged to take root, redefining the levels of trust and transparency.
Challenge yourself and those you work with to go beyond industry standard to develop a world class company that leads the industry in defining best practices.
Minimum Qualifications / Other Expectations:
5+ years of experience as a Project Engineer, Project Manager in Multifamily Construction
4 year Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Architect, or Engineering OR Equivalent experience as a Project Engineer, Project Manager in Multifamily Construction.
Strong leadership, organization and communication skills. Attention to detail and a sense of urgency.
Microsoft Word, Project, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Microsoft Project and/or, Smart Sheets.
Irvine Company Community Development (a division of Irvine Company) is the premier master planner of residential communities in the U.S.
Irvine Pacific builds exceptionally crafted homes located in the acclaimed Villages of Irvine - thoughtfully designed and carefully constructed down to the finest details.
The Villages of Irvine is the fastest selling new-home community in the U.S., with beautiful homes, top schools and generous open spaceall in America's safest big city.
We take as much pride in our employee community as we do the communities we create. It's an environment populated with talented and experienced people, a collaborative spirit and abundant opportunities.
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