The Construction Manager is expected to coordinate and track multiple project activities concurrently, independently perform the full range of duties and responsibilities of the class and supervise and train field inspectors during each phase of construction at a major West Coast airport.The role requires technical knowledge, a diplomatic demeanor, and a proactive approach to problem solving. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Act as overall liaison between the Owner and General Contractors on specialized, multi-disciplined airport construction projects, including job site construction inspection.
Plan, organize, coordinate, direct, and manage multi-disciplinary work efforts. Oversee validation of products and materials ordered for projects to verify their conformance to specifications.
Monitor and assess construction performance and record construction activities to ensure compliance with construction documents.
Communicate effectively with project manager, project sponsor, stakeholders, employees, management, and General Contractor.
Maintain project documentation through review of Construction Inspectors’ daily status reports; chart progress of contract schedules via regularly scheduled meetings; review, ensure utilization of shop drawing submittals; process and ensure incorporation of RFI’s; review contractor change orders and make recommendations for changes; incorporate change orders.
Review appropriate portions of contractor pay application for accuracy with contractual requirements and actual work completed.
Facilitate pre-bid, pre-construction, and regularly scheduled construction meetings.
Assist in training and providing technical expertise and guidance to Construction Inspectors.
Review punch list submitted by the Construction Inspector and verify that items on the punch list have been completed and corrected prior to authorizing substantial completion to General Contractor.
Work closely with the Safety Manager to facilitate the highest level of safety in and around the work site.
BA/BS + 6 YORE or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education
Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or Construction Management is highly desirable
At least ten (10) years of experience focused on construction management with technical emphasis on civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical principles and disciplines involved in complex construction projects; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Airport paving experience is required.
Site development experience is required.
Cal OSHA 30 hour Construction training
Night work will be required.
Construction management experience in a medium or large airport is preferred.