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  • Wed, February 07, 2018 10:46 AM | Glinda Jackson (Administrator)

    Preconstruction Manager/Estimator

    Description/Job Summary

    The Preconstruction Manager/Estimator is responsible for overseeing all preconstruction phase estimating services associated with Design Assist, Design-Build, and Construction Management type contracts. This role works directly with the Preconstruction Director, Owner, the Design Team and the Construction Team’s technical support staff. The Preconstruction Manager/Estimator coordinates estimating (project budget), value analysis, and bid package development resulting in financial, procurement and logistics plans. This role will closely coordinate these services with the Operations Project Manager and the Operations Project Executive. In addition, the Preconstruction Manager/Estimator will assist in business development activities.

    Responsibilities/Duties

    Establish and implement Review System intended to assure that that the design, engineering, equipment, materials, and labor comply with the contract, and the quality of work meets the required standards.

    •          Chair and record design and construction review meetings.
    •          Maintain regular budget and schedule reviews.
    •          Review details for practicality of Construction, Operations, and Maintenance.
    •          Prepare reports and actions plans as necessary to maintain schedules for compliance and bridging documents budgets.
    •          Perform conceptual estimating services during the design period.
    •          Review and provide comments on final concept drawings and working drawings.
    •          Coordinate and supervise employees and consultants

    Lead the Preconstruction Team

    •          Develop the Project Budget
    •          Evaluate alternate schemes
    •          Budget feasibility
    •          Schedule optimization
    •          Program compliance
    •          Hold team members accountable for their actions

    Maintain close liaison with Owner and Design Team

    •          Facilitate design decision-making
    •          Incorporate requested changes
    •          Involvement in key meetings and discussions
    •          Review and determine project General conditions and requirements for Design/Build CM and CMc
    •          Preparation and presenting of CM and CMc proposals to owner
    •          Progress reports
    •          Manage open-book cost estimating to include cost control, constructability reviews, value engineering, life cycle cost analysis, scheduling, logistics, subcontractor selection and material procurement; all tailored to the clients explicit goods and needs

    Involve the Estimating Team

    •          Perform and Check Quantity take-offs
    •          Solicit Sub-pricing and verify scopes
    •          Develop conceptual or schematic phase estimates
    •          Verification of labor and material costs

    Monitor the planning and permitting of approval processes and contractual obligations

    •          Liaison with agencies, as required.
    •          Review and analyze contract documents to determine contractual obligations
    •          Contributes to compliance with small, disadvantaged, and women owned business requirements

    Assist Business Development

    •          Preparation of technical proposals.
    •          Preparation and delivery of oral presentations.
    •          Maintain relationships with design firms and construction managers.
    •          Take an active role in trade associations and other community based activities

    Required Experience
    A bachelor's degree is required. A minimum of three (3) years of design phase management experience or estimating experience and five (5) years of experience in construction management or general contracting is required.

    The Preconstruction Manager/Estimator should possess strong team building; interpersonal; decision making, problem solving, and negotiating skills. This position requires strong verbal communication skills.

    Preferred Experience
    Bachelor's degree in architecture, engineering or construction management.

    How to apply
    If you wish to express interest, please visit http://www.grunley.com/careers.

    Grunley is an Equal Employment/Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate in hiring on the basis of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected Veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

    If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact us by email at hr@grunley.com or by phone at 240-399-6162 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. Requests for accommodation will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will be responded to from this e-mail address.

  • Wed, February 07, 2018 10:39 AM | Glinda Jackson (Administrator)


    Superintendent 

    Description/Job Summary
    The Superintendent is responsible for the construction site and all activities occurring therein. The Superintendent oversees and directs the material, tools, equipment, and labor used to complete the construction activities. The Superintendent is responsible for job site logistics, scheduling, quality control (Level II, or III as appropriate), safety, field office operations and overall morale.

    The Superintendent reports to the Director of Field Operations and is assigned project responsibility under the Senior Project Manager/Project Executive.

    Responsibilities/Duties

    •          Supervision of Grunley Employees: coordination of work of all Grunley Field Employees; direct Grunley Foremen, Field Engineer(s) and Assistant Superintendent(s); and coordinate Carpenters, Laborers, Bricklayers, etc. with Grunley's Labor Manager
    •          Subcontractors: responsible for coordination of all subcontractor activities; and direct subcontractor foremen accordingly
    •          Schedule: assist in developing of the baseline project schedule; assist with monthly updating of the project schedule; keep project on schedule; develop two week look ahead schedule
    •          Inspections: Monitor inspections that are performed by others; inspect site daily to identify potential problems and develop resolutions; and implement Quality Control Program
    •          Temporary Construction Materials: Determine need; take off, order and maintain as appropriate; and contract purchasing
    •          Equipment: determine need and schedule requirements; get competitive prices on rentals; and notify office of rental and termination of equipment
    •          Safety: inspections; perform weekly tool box talks; and verify that M.S.D.S. system is in place
    •          Field Office Operations: daily reports; fill out daily/weekly time sheets; fill out purchase orders; and maintain purchase order log
    •          Maintain and post drawings
    •          Training: attend assigned Grunley training; participate as an instructor in Grunley continuing education training programs; and provide on-the-job training for Foremen, Field Engineers, and Assistant Superintendents

    Required Experience
    This position requires strong leadership skills with a minimum of five (5) years of construction experience. The Superintendent must have general knowledge of all trades on the project and must be able to forecast and execute the required activities within the project schedule. The Superintendent oversees both Grunley employees and subcontractors’ operations. The Superintendent must have excellent communication skills and be able to interact with co-workers, owners, owners’ representatives and tenants. The Superintendent must be capable of learning new technical and non-technical information and applying it in the field in relatively short time periods.

    Preferred Experience

    Bachelor's degree in engineering, construction management or business.

    Details

    Certifications:

    •          10-hour OSHA
    •          CPR Certified
    •          First Aid Certified (current or be able to obtain before project start date)


    How to apply
    If you wish to express interest, please visit http://www.grunley.com/careers.

    Grunley is an Equal Employment/Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate in hiring on the basis of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected Veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

    If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact us by email at hr@grunley.com or by phone at 240-399-6162 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. Requests for accommodation will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will be responded to from this e-mail address.

    Post ends 3/30/2018

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