Responsible for all aspects of multiple tenant and interior renovation improvement projects with direct accountability for project execution while leading a team to accomplish specific objectives within a prescribed time frame and funding parameters. Provide budget cost estimates for prospective tenants and Capital projects, by method of field investigation and detailed take offs.
Develop detailed work plans, schedules, project estimates, resource plans and status reports. Plan, direct, coordinate and schedule all elements of project budget, goals and objectives including architectural and engineering design to ensure timely, cost effective project completion. Effectively communicate relevant project information to management and minimize company exposure and risk. Promote the integration of sustainability and environmental stewardship into all projects.
Manage the day-to-day operational and tactical aspects of assigned projects. Coordinate the project team comprised of internal departments and external operating partners to manage the scope, layout, design and other criteria regarding the project and to ensure all project requirements are understood. Oversee contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, tenants, etc. during all phases of the projects. Monitor project activities to ensure that project phase is progressing on schedule and within prescribed budget.
2.Project Initiation & Planning:
Formulate and define the scope and objectives of the project. Gather and document project requirements and ensure completion of the necessary feasibility studies and designs including resource plans, schedules and work plans to produce final project plan. Review, coordinate, approve or recommend approval of all changes that occur during the planning process. Revise plan and schedules as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements. Challenge sliding schedules and use expertise to suggest options to maintain schedules.
3.Project Budget, Costing & Resources:
Develop financial models to evaluate project viability and conduct analysis of cost estimate data for project proforma and evaluate, forecast and manage project costs. Prepare and monitor project-related budget. Ensure that documentation outlining the cost and scope of projects, staffing requirements and engagement of contractors is developed in a consistent and accurate manner. Demonstrate understanding of bidding and procurements requirements to draft a request for proposal and review and qualify vendor bids. Review and administer all project contracts including consultants, contractors, etc. Recommend selections for project award.
Interface with project teams and customers (as appropriate) to manage day-to-day interactions. Demonstrate ability to foster teamwork, collaboration and build relationships. Responsible for maintaining communication and providing timely and accurate project documentation and reporting regarding project scope, design, budget, quality and schedule agreements. Facilitate team meetings for purposes of project planning meetings, communicating project information, status updates and to address issues. Resolve and/or escalate issues in a timely manner and communicate difficult/sensitive information tactfully.
Enforce standards and procedures for project reporting and documentation. Ensure all project documentation complete, current and stored appropriately.
Provide oversight and evaluate contractors ensuring adherence to project and quality standards addressing issues as necessary. Closeout project for transfer with all required certificates, inspections and documents as required.
Provide assistance to asset management with marketing, selling and/or leasing properties.
Act as liaison with state, federal and local government representatives and agencies as necessary.
Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor degree in construction management, engineering, architecture, business or other related discipline or equivalent experience.
Further Training: Project Management Certification preferred. LEED Accreditation preferred.
Professional Experience: Minimum of five years of experience in project management experience, construction management or other relevant field with a focus on interior construction.
PC proficiency to include (to include but not limited to) Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and ability to learn company specific software, including but not limited to Primavera Suretrak and Bluebeam.
Familiarity with Microsoft Project or other Project Planning/Tracking software preferred.
Ability to adapt to new or changing software programs.
Proven track record of successful completion project.
Knowledge of sustainable development and construction preferred.
Knowledge of current trends including LEED preferred.
Demonstrated ability to lead and organize cross-functional teams.
Ability to read blueprints and architectural/engineering drawings.
Excellent communication and customer service skills.
Ability to prepare and monitor budgets and conducting financial analysis.
Ability to multi-task, prioritize concurrent assignments and adapt to shifting priorities.
Must possess a valid driver's license and the ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Ability to be available to be on call and respond at off hours to emergency situations.
May be required to carry and maintain appropriate government credentials and must be willing to enter into agency process to obtain TS/SCI or Top Secret clearance.
Mobility Occasional travel may be required.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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