As the ideal candidate, you have 10 or more years of experience in medium to large scale construction and project management. You possess strong organizational and management skills which are demonstrated by your proven track record for delivering timely and on-budget projects.
• plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate construction projects from start to finish according to schedule, specifications and budget.
• ensuring that contractual obligations as related to the project are understood and met by all parties.
• working with the project superintendent to prepare, review and distribute detailed project schedules.
• working with the project superintendent to ensure budgets and costs are properly understood, monitored and controlled.
• establish and maintain relationships with design professionals, building officials, local businesses, police and fire departments.
• establish, maintain, conduct, and police detailed procedures for the submittal, review, coordination approval and distribution of shop drawings, sample, etc.
• establish and maintain all project engineering files related to subcontractor and bid package records, plans specifications, changes, clarifications and as built documents.
• ensuring that necessary personnel and procedures are in place.
• preparing and submitting all progress claims.
• chairing the owner/architect/contractor meetings and ensuring minutes are prepared and distributed in a timely fashion.
• conducting weekly on-site project meetings to discuss project progress.
• liaising with the chief estimator in order to prepare construction management submissions, project budgets, and contract negotiations.
• working with the chief estimator to prepare and submit construction project budget estimates.
• prepare contracts and negotiate revisions, changes and additions to contractual agreements with architects, consultants, clients, suppliers and subcontractors.
• develop and implement quality control programs.
• prepare progress reports and issue progress schedules to clients.
• assist in the development of the project staff.
• professional engineer designation (o.I.Q) or a university degree in engineering or a college diploma in construction technology is usually required or several years of experience in the construction industry, including experience as a construction supervisor or field superintendent, are usually required.
• leed accreditation is a strong attribute.
• proven effectiveness in the areas of construction safety and productivity.
• labor relations expertise.
• strong communication, leadership and problem solving skills.
• strong organizational and time management skills.
• computer literacy in word, excel, etc.
The masculine gender is used without discrimination and for the sole purpose of lightening the text.
Only selected candidates will be contacted.
Bertone promotes the inclusion and diversity of its resources. we are committed to continuing to create an inclusive work environment. All application responses will be treated equally.