Construction Site Manager (Temporary) - Industrial Market
Alpharetta, GA US
Birmingham, AL US
Cincinnati, OH US
Columbus, OH US (Primary)
Lexington, KY US
Louisville, KY US
Nashville, TN US
Our agile industrial team specializes in designing efficient facilities that optimize our client's bottom line.
Our Industrial Market is looking for a Temporary Construction Site Manager to work on a project in Memphis, TN from Mid-March to Mid-November 2020.
As Construction Manager, you will represent the owner's interest by providing oversight of the owner's physical forces working on the project site. Working with all stakeholders to deliver the project; on time, on budget, to the owner's expected standard of quality, scope and function.
Enforce Health & Safety Plans
Manage contract administration including; budget, risk management, change process (change orders and contract modifications), quality assurance, scope, schedule monitoring, payment requisitions, submittal & RFI processes and prepare project closeout documents.
Keep all stakeholders informed throughout the entire project. Report work progress and budget matters to clients.
Perform risk mitigation activities and follow site safety plans.
Facilitate and lead project meetings while documenting for project team.
Collaborate with architects, engineers, and contracted personnel.
Respond to work delays, emergencies, and other problems.
Review contractors schedule and provide comments.
Coordinate, implement and execute all project documents and procedures in a project administration database.
Review and answer minor submittals and RFI's while obtaining subject matter expert reviews on others as necessary.
Understand project site logistics, specifications, geotechnical report, drawings, environmental studies, Erosion & Sedimentation Control plans, building codes, licensing requirements.
Work in construction field office, manage and assign tasks to direct reports including administration operations and resident project representation.
Participate and assist in hiring team members including; interviewing, annual performance reviews and discipline.
Oversee site representatives monitoring quality and be able to conduct quality assurance inspections.
Coordinate commissioning requirements.
Skills / Knowledge:
Resolve a variety of complex problems (e.g., conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials, difficult coordination requirements).
Knowledge of OSHA safety standards.
Knowledge of standard office practices and procedures.
Knowledge of client systems, policies, and procedures.
Knowledge of standard operations, policies and procedures of a firm, preferably within the A/E industry.
Advanced knowledge of the practical application of engineering principles, practices and techniques.
Ability to operate office equipment such as personal computers, calculators, and copiers.
Skill in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word and Excel.
Ability to demonstrate strong attention to detail.
Ability to demonstrate strong organizational and time management skills.
Ability to build and maintain excellent interpersonal relationships.
Ability to work independently on multiple tasks without immediate and constant supervision.
Bachelor's in Construction Management or like degree with relevant experience is required.
Minimum of 5years' experience in construction management, construction/inspection experience on a wide variety of industrial projects preferred.
Prefer experience in industrial construction methods.
Licenses/Registrations/Certifications a plus; May be required to participate in certification and training courses post-hire as required by OSHA and/or client-specific requirements.
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