Project Manager

Position Overview

The Project Manager’s (“PM”) responsibility encompasses the effective and profitable management of a project, with focused emphasis on achieving the group’s objectives for each of the department’s six Pillars of Success: “TOP OPS”…. Timely Delivery, Outstanding Quality, Pleased Owner, On-Time Finish, Profitability, Safety. The PM is directly responsible for planning, implementing, and managing the following:

  • Construction Operations
  • Contract Administration
  • Contractor Representation
  • Financial Performance
  • Image and External Relations
  • Core Values

The Project Manager is the project management group leader. As such, he or she is tasked with not only achieving the criteria for success outlined within the CSFs analysis, but also in the management of personal development and professional maturation of those they command. Promoting the group before the individual is not only expected but also is an integral component of the Separate Business Unit Leader’s evaluation of the Project manager’s performance. As a Project Manager, the individual is expected to exhibit leadership qualities, possess an excellent, well rounded understanding of the technical aspects of building construction methods and materials, and demonstrate the ability to exercise prudent analytical and decision-making skills through the diligent application of disciplined project management control mechanisms.

In each of the following areas of management, the Project Manager must possess the requisite skills to effectively manage their group’s efforts to capably complete the denoted tasks.

Construction Operations

  • Manage the onsite safety program accepting complete and total responsibility for the project’s safety program and record. Develop a site-specific safety analysis for each project, detailing safety concerns or exposures.
  • Develop, implement, monitor and manage the project’s Quality Control program.
  • Complete the project on time (or earlier) and under budget (maximizing profits).
  • Establish formal weekly staff meetings with entire project management group to assure formal communication and information exchange
  • Anticipate and analyze project problems or issues and provide the necessary support to resolve them.
  • Endeavor to develop effective communication between the office and field staffs while visiting the project sites to maximize productivity at each visit.

Contract Administration

  • Lead the initial creation of the Project
  • Lead the group through the creation of the Project Master CPM Schedule providing requisite support for its creation, completion and subsequent periodical updating.
  • Assume direct responsibility for the entire submittal process, inclusive of cross-referencing all contract documents within the submittal process to assure product conformance and proper coordination among the trades.
  • Manage the effective collation of all claim and change order proposals from subcontractors and suppliers.
  • Manage the regular updating of the Master CPM Schedule for the
  • Manage and lead all regular project
  • Manage the distributing and tracking all project correspondence.
  • Create, log, process, and track all Monthly Payment Applicat
  • Supervise the entire project management group’s in-house contract administration, inclusive of, but not limited to, the following:
  • Plans & Specifications
  • Purchase Orders
  • Project travel
  • Subcontractor ‘ s Certified Payroll
  • DCVR forms and responses
  • Submittals
  • Outgoing correspondence
  • Request for Proposals
  • Contract Proposals
  • Small tools
  • Draft subcontract agreements and supplier purchase orders not drafted, processed, or executed by the Pre-Construction Secure executed Subcontract Agreements and Purchase Orders in accordance with the project’s requirements.
  • Closely manage the closeout of projects in an efficient, thorough, and timely
  • Provide appropriate support and leadership to the Project

Contractor Representation

  • Ensure that the most cost effective, highest quality product is
  • Lead all efforts between all RC components to ensure Clients needs are
  • Recognize that our subcontractors, suppliers and vendors are an extremely important part of our group and treat them accordingly.
  • Lead all efforts to establish effective communications with the design group and anticipate their
  • Maintain a professional and positive relationship with all Project Group

Financial Performance

  • Monitor the financial reporting requirements of the project group to ensure that all requirements are met accurately and timely.
  • Create and maintain weekly, bi-monthly and monthly Project Control tools, as defined by the Project Management Group.
  • Manage the active pursuit and receipt of outstanding receivables and prompt payments to subcontractors, suppliers, and vendors.
  • Develop a Gross Billings Log updating it monthly to reflect projected versus actual billings.
  • Understand and evaluate   pertinent cost figures such as “Cost at Completion”, “Projected Revenues” and “Projected Fee”.
  • Share required field production and cost to date information with the entire project group to promote an elevated level of goal congruency and a unified group approach to problem solving and project