Project Manager

Duties and Responsibilities

Maintain and improve client relations.

Perform Premobilization duties which include assembling pricing from vendors, developing overall project schedules, setting up a location for the field office, advising office personnel of pertinent project information, obtaining permits and licenses, and establishing conferences with all involved parties.

Administrate the "Contract."

Administrate Subcontracts and Purchase Orders.

Track costs and forecast costs at completion to determine profitability.

Communicate effectively progress/problems to Senior Management, Superintendent, Owner, Architect, Consultants, and Subcontractors.

Monitor Progress and track delays, inclement weather, and procurement issues to give proper monthly schedule updates to the Project Team.

Manage Project Administrative staff.

Monitor and assist in quality control.

Hold weekly subcontractor meetings and approve meeting minutes.

Coordinate all shop drawings and deliveries.

Coordinate the equipment needs of the project with the Superintendent.

Document all field orders from the Architect and Owner.

Document all change proposals and change orders from Architect/Owner.

Review invoices and Promptly Process to Accounting.

Prepare monthly Owner pay applications.

Review all monthly subcontractor pay applications.

Coordinate design changes with the Architect and furnish instruction to the field staff.

Prepare monthly progress report for O/A/C meetings.


Five years of experience constructing Commercial projects.

Experience in Preconstruction is a plus.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management or Engineering.

Proven abilities in written and verbal communication as well as proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite applications.

Procore Competency and experience is a Plus. Specifically with Project Management / Financial tools and Sage 300 Integration.

Scheduling – Proficient in MS Project. Candidates with Primavera P6 preferred.

Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills by reading, understanding, and interpreting contract documents, drawings, specifications, and scopes of work.