Project Manager for Commercial Construction Projects throughout Western Slope Colorado
Plan, coordinate, direct and supervise staff, subcontractors, and vendors engaged on projects ensuring that they complete the work on time, within budget and to the quality specified. Handle multiple projects while serving as the Shaw Construction representative on the Owner-Architect-Shaw team. Is responsible to protect and promote the interest of Shaw in all matters.
Duties & Responsibilities
Provide overall leadership of the Shaw project team.
Organize the division of work among the Shaw team to effectively build projects following Shaws Best Practices.
Takes ownership of project including final contract budget, buyout, and is integral to developing the build strategy.
Verify compliance with Shaws Best Practices through monthly monitoring and reporting.
Ensures compliance with Owner contract requirements through a thorough review and understanding of the contract, assignment of responsibilities among the team, and monitoring of performance/compliance.
Manage the client relationship and ensures customer advocacy.
Ensure overall project performance measured by cost, quality, schedule, safety and client satisfaction.
Problem solve as needed.
Specific duties include:
Subcontractor / vendor selection and buy-out
Budget setup, including sub jobs and rate verification
Recommends project specific modifications to Shaw standard procedures and subcontracts only as needed and following approval by Construction Manager
Internal reporting, including monthly job cost forecast
Procurement of permits, bonds & insurance
OAC meeting facilitation and meeting minutes
Approval and proper cost coding of all subcontractor / vendor payments
Review, approve and manage misc. vendor and labor expenditures
Preparation of Owner billing, processing of such, and follow up on collections
Review and approval of subcontractor changes
Preparation of changes to the Owner, and facilitation of change management process
Owner communications, including all change / delay notices
Oversight of submittal process, LEED or other green program, clarification / document control process, schedule management, quality control process, safety program
Develop and implement job turnover plan and contract closeout plan
Facilitate dispute resolution
Supervise the Project Superintendent
Supervise / Mentor the Assistant Project Manager
Supervise / Mentor the Project Engineer
Assist with pre-construction, including estimating and quantification
Participate in networking, marketing efforts, presentations and assist in the development of proposals
Participate in industry organizations
Education / Experience
Four-year college degree in engineering, architecture or construction management and at least 8 years of commercial building construction experience required.