7+ Years of commercial construction field in either new construction, renovation and rehab, commercial preferably in Multifamily
Must display a positive and professional attitude at all times
Knowledge and understanding of OSHA regulations, current building codes, contract documents, insurance and bonding concepts, etc..
Preconstruction and Estimating experience a plus.
Strong Leadership Ability
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Computer skills to include MS Excel, Word and Project, as well as, BlueBeam Revu, Procore, Adobe Acrobat, Textura and Microsoft Project
Ability to work long, unsupervised hours, including working during "off hours" and/or weekends
Ability to work outdoors in varying weather conditions including rain events, extreme hot and cold
Ability to manage multiple projects at different stages of construction
Ensure project completion on-time and on-budget
Ability to meet attendance schedule with dependability and consistency
Develop a MS Project construction schedule during the preconstruction phase.
Establish project objectives and project plan during preconstruction phase for presentation to Construction Manager or Sr. Project Manager.
Create jobsite protocol and delineate responsibilities for each of the project team members.
Maintain policies and procedures within the boundaries of company protocol.
Manage all aspects of Procore Construction Management Software, including but not limited to, document management, creating and processing RFIs, thorough review and distribution of subcontractor submittal packages, and processing and tracking of subcontractor commitments and change orders.
Facilitate and document all project coordination meetings throughout the duration of the project.
Prepare and distribute bid packages through Procore.
Maintain subcontractor relationships to ensure qualified vendors are included in all pricing exercises.
Negotiate final cost and scope of work for all subcontracts, change orders and purchase orders as required.
Write all Subcontractor scopes of work for approval by Construction Manager or Sr. Project Manager.
Direct the activities involved with the preparation of mock-ups
Management, coordination, and inspection of contractor work while project is in progress and be able to contribute feedback that might make work safer, cheaper, cleaner, lower impact or any other way improve the operational success of the projects
Familiarity with accepted buildings practices, materials and techniques, knowledge of common and general code requirements, ADA requirements, mechanical systems and components, permitting processes and requirements, market pricing and lien waivers.
Strong ability to read and understand plans and specifications, provide comments and clarifications, and have comprehensive knowledge of commercial/multi-family construction means, methods and "best" practices and related systems.
Responsible for maintaining an accurate/up to date project schedule, cost report, weekly reports and progress photos.
Regularly monitor field operations through site visits and inspections and scan jobsite for potential safety concerns.
Work with superintendent to develop site logistics plan
Act as liaison between Property Management and Construction Team
Coordinate preparation and distribution of all project close-out materials including, but not limited to, warranty manuals and as-built drawings
Coordinate, supervise and ensure completion of all Warranty issues after project completion through the approved warranty process
Ensure accurate and timely final billings from subcontractors and collect all final lien waivers, warranties, as-builts, etc...
Ability to assist Construction Manager on due diligence walks - assess property conditions, estimate repair and construction costs, mark-up site plans with work locations, creation of DD reports and projected budgets, assessment of landscape and drainage conditions, taking and publishing photos of work examples and written summaries of overall property
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of property, real estate, and community association managers is projected to show little or no change from 2019 to 2029. Job opportunities should be best for those with a college degree in business administration or real estate and for those who obtain professional credentials. Employment demand will be driven by the number people living in buildings that property management companies operate, such as apartment buildings, condominiums, cooperatives, planned communities, and senior housing.
According to BLS, the median annual wage for property, real estate, and community association managers was $59,660 in May 2020.
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