Brooklyn , NY 11231
Posted 3 weeks ago
The Project Manager has the day to day responsibility for the execution of a project and manages all subcontractors, vendors, and professionals towards successful completion relative to budget and schedule goals. The Project Manager also assures that the project meets all company standards for quality construction, and is to support field staff as required.
Duties and Responsibilities
1. Project Manager is to perform all preconstruction tasks required prior to the start of a project, including:
- Thorough review of all plans for constructability. Identify any missing or un-coordinated information and advise the team.
- Coordinate and review creation of logistics plans
- Coordinate plan for all utility service connections; assure that all permits and filings are in place for timely installation.
- Plan and implement temporary utility, heat and other requirements.
- Coordinate and obtain all required permits and approvals required for the job.
- Identify any site issues or issues with adjoining structures that may impact cost, schedule, and phasing. Obtain existing condition surveys if applicable and review with project owner and field super
- Create quality control checklists to track detailing issues; review with Architect, Owner, field Super, and trades.
- Work with and assist Pre Construction Department as required to ensure smooth transition to construction phase.
2. Procurement and Contract Coordination
- Project Manager is responsible for assuring all trades subcontracts and purchase orders are awarded and executed in a thorough and timely manner to conform to an aggressive job schedule without any field delays.
- Execute Pre Qualification Procedures. Create detailed risk mitigation plans as required.
- Conduct a thorough document review to assure that all bids/quotes from trades are complete.
- Consult with safety department for safety issues related to include in scope of work and obtain any safety history on a sub contractor being considered for award.
- Write job specific and detailed contract scopes of work.
- Create detailed bid comparison sheets for each trade prior to contract award.
- Coordinate all CCIP and other insurance requirements prior to contract award.Assure that all subcontractors are properly enrolled before starting work.
- Create and distribute supporting contract documents immediately upon award of any subcontracts.
- Award material purchase orders in adequate time for items to be available per construction schedule, and immediately create and distribute written purchase orders.
3. Cost Control
- Create job budgets, including General Conditions, and update Bi monthly for distribution to Management team. Advise ahead of time if any line item has potential of a cost overrun and recommend steps to prevent.
- Create and process payments and oversee payments of purchase orders to assure that all vendors are paid accurately and in a timely manner.
- Prepare requisitions and change orders with all backup documentation to project owner as required.
- Approve General Conditions expenditures and carefully monitor same for budget compliance. Project General Condition costs to project completion.
- Prepare and submit Change Orders in a proper, well documented, and timely fashion.
- Track all anticipated and pending costs on budget updates.
4. PM is to create a detailed baseline construction schedule and communicate milestones to field and subcontractors. PM is also to update the major milestones bi monthly and is responsible for taking action when milestones are at risk of being missed.
5. Obtain, review and forward submittals and shop drawings for processing, and distribute upon approval. Project Manager is responsible for carefully reviewing all submittals for coordination and job requirements before forwarding for review. Maintain and distribute a submittal log.
6. Generate and track Requests for Information as required and maintain/distribute a log of same. Distribute all RFIs, SKs, and other supplemental information to field and subcontractors as required.
7. Oversee compliance with Monadnock Safety program. See Chapter 2 Section A.c of the Monadnock Safety Manual for Project Managers Responsibilities.
8. PM is to assist in monitoring and enforcing compliance with any applicable Davis Bacon or other wage or hiring requirements.
9. Monitor subcontractor performance during project in terms of manpower, quality of work, payment to suppliers and union funds if applicable, etc. Promptly report potential issues and create a plan to remedy if necessary.
10. From the start of the project PM is to coordinate, track, and expedite the entire process of obtaining Department of Building signoffs and Certificates of Occupancy in conformance with project schedule.
11. Coordinate all project closeout processes and documentation to assure all is done promptly and is complete. Includes punch listing, MEP startup, O&M documentation, as-builts, utility transfers, and other steps as required.
12. Assure that representatives of project owner are being given accurate information of job progress, and that any questions or issues are being addressed in a quick and straightforward manner.
13. Coordinate all communication with project team including but not limited Architect, Engineers and other Professionals, Owner, Bank and Agency reps, etc.
14. Supervise and assist in the development of APMs and other junior staff working on the project.
- Bachelors Degree in a related field desired
- 5-10 years experience in construction management
- Experience running new construction projects in NYC. Multifamily projects strongly preferred.
- Salary range: $140,000 - $200,000. The salary range provided reflects a base salary range only and not total compensation. The offered salary will be based on an individual's qualifications and prior work experience.
- Comprehensive health coverage starting on day one
- 401k and company match starting on day one
- Generous PTO plan!
- Tuition reimbursement plan
- Employer paid life insurance policy
- Pre-tax FSA and dependent care plans
- Short and Long Term Disability
- Parental Leave