Senior Project Manager
Provide overall administrative and technical direction for one large, complex project ($40+ MM). May direct multiple medium size projects ($20+ MM).
- Work with Project Executive to establish project objectives, policies, procedures, and performance standards within boundaries of corporate policy.
- Oversee total construction effort to ensure project(s) is (are) constructed in accordance with design, budget, schedule, safety and quality.
- Initiate and maintain liaison with client and A/E contacts to facilitate construction activities.
- Monitor/control construction through administrative direction of on-site Superintendent to ensure project is built on schedule within budget, meet design requirements, quality and safety, investigate potentially serious situations and implement corrective measures, etc., as required.
- Represent Company in project meetings.
- Manage financial aspects of contracts (fee payment, rental equipment, income/expenses, etc.) to protect Company’s interests and simultaneously maintain good relationship with Client(s).
- Plan, coordinate and/or supervise activities of all company personnel on assigned project(s).
- Maintain official project log and documentation files.
- Implement Safety Programs.
- Provide direction and participate in planning, scheduling, and engineering functions as required.
- Participate in preconstruction work as requested / needed.
- Perform additional assignments and assume additional responsibilities as directed by corporate executives and as required to build job.
- Participate in Danis University Training and Development.
- Assist in the orientation / training / development of employees.
- Assist in the employment processes as requested.
- Promote teamwork and positive communication among employees.
- Attend and participate in miscellaneous site meetings, sharing knowledge, information, and ideas when needed.
Skills and Abilities:
- Thorough understanding of industry practices, processes, standards, etc. and their impact on project activities.
- Solid leadership / management / supervisory skills.
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills is essential.
- Excellent organizational and planning skills.
- Ability to meet or beat project schedules and budgets.
- Strong supervisory skills.
- Ability to control and supervise large projects (starting at $40,000,000 projects and larger).
Eductation and experience:
- Four-year Engineering or Construction Management degree.
- Minimum of 10 years experience as a Project Manager with at-risk (self-perform), hard money, and negotiated general construction, and at risk negotiated CM construction. Experienced with building hospitals and health care facilities, corporate office buildings, universities, data centers, high tech facilities, commercial, institutional, government, retail, parking structures, water and wastewater treatment plants, and industrial type projects.
- Extensive experience in building multiple projects types (especially hospitals and university projects) as a Project Manager with per project value in excess of $20,000,000. (See previous bulleted item).
- Experience with self-performing work in excavation, formwork, concrete placement and finishing, rough and finish carpentry, millwork, doors, frames, hardware, and specification division 10 specialties.
- Stable employment history.
- Profitable project track-record.
- Beat-the-budget self-perform labor track record
- Mix of public and private project experience.
- Experience with preconstruction work.
- On water and waste water treatment plant projects, ability with self performing the additional items of yard piping, interior process piping, equipment installation and instrumentation.
- Work is often performed outside under any type of weather conditions. Exposure to varying degrees/amounts of heat, cold, dust, dampness, ice, precipitation and mud.
- Spends much of their time in an office environment, many assignments are based at on-site job office, either at their desk or meeting with management, architects clients or subcontractors. Often travels locally by automobile to others’ offices. Often walks around the construction site where weather and conditions can reach extremes.
- Must be able to: Climb and maintain balance on scaffolds and ladders; Use arms and hands to reach for, handle, and manipulate objects and materials; Lift and carry objects up to 50 pounds repetitively to meet the physical demands of our industry. Stand or walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl for long periods of time. Must have acceptable vision
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