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Assistant Project Manager

The Assistant Project Manager is ultimately responsible for providing day-to-day support to the Project Manager.

Responsibilities
  • Prepare, review, and issue Purchase Orders / Contracts
  • Complete all submittals, change orders, RFIs, and so forth in a timely manner
  • Prepare and consistently maintain Material Status Log
  • Prepare monthly progress billings to owner
  • Oversee the assembly of all close-out documentation
  • Maintain excellent Owner, Architect, and Subcontractor relations
Requirements
  • 3 - 4 years experience in healthcare / medical facility construction as a Project Engineer or Assistant Project Manager
  • Proficiency in Prolog Manager and Timberline Cost Management software
  • Frequent relocation to assigned projects
  • Good written and oral communication skills

Assistant Superintendent

The basic function of the Assistant Superintendent is to be accountable for the day-to-day direction of construction site “field” operations. This requires supervising and directing the field trades, coordinating the subcontractors, and keeping the work progressing smoothly and on schedule.

Responsibilities
  • Assist in the management of all onsite operations including safety enforcement, project scheduling, subcontractor management, and client relations
  • Understand each contractor’s scope of work as defined by each respective Purchase Order / Subcontract
  • Monitor the day-to-day installation of all construction systems and assure systems are installed per the requirements of the contract documents and manufacturer’s installation instructions
  • Produce a safe working environment for all site personnel, facility employees, and visitors at all times
Requirements
  • Four (4) or more years of experience in healthcare / medical facility construction
  • Proficiency in Prolog Manager is preferred
  • Regular travel / relocation to assigned projects
  • Good written and oral communication skills

Estimator Birmingham, AL

The Estimator is responsible for generating competitive estimates / budgets that are presented to Owners / Clients across the United States. This is generally accomplished through subcontractor solicitation, quantity takeoffs, preparing bid packages, and participating in bid day activities.

Responsibilities
  • Solicit subcontractors and vendors via telephone; electronically send and receive Bidder Information Statements, Invitations to Bid, etc.
  • Study drawings, specs, addendums, alternates, Owner Furnished Equipment requirements, and so forth to determine scope of work and other required contents of estimate.
  • Calculate complete takeoff of scope of work and detail pricing for each trade / division.
  • Evaluate subcontractor and vendor proposals to ensure complete and competitive numbers are submitted.
  • Attend pre-bid meetings or conferences.
  • Remain active in awarded contracts as required; may be tasked with confirming subcontractor / vendor scope of work, addendums, change orders, material procurement, and so forth.
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Building Construction or related field
  • Three (3) or more years experience in estimating with an equivalent construction operation
  • Working knowledge of On-Screen Takeoff and Timberline Estimating
  • Some overnight travel to attend pre-bid meetings

Field Engineer

Our entry-level field position, the Field Engineer is generally tasked with monitoring the day-to-day activities on the construction site. This includes daily coordination with subcontractors, regular review of the project schedule, and frequent communication with the entire project team.

Responsibilities
  • Perform surveying tasks by using layout instruments such as transits and levels
  • Enforce quality control standards by checking subcontractors’ work and completing applicable forms or checklists (anchor bolt checklist, concrete placement log, above ceiling punch list, and so forth)
  • Maintain safe work site in accordance with OSHA standards
  • Update and maintain field drawings
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Building Construction or related field
  • OSHA 10 Hour or 30 Hour certification preferred
  • Regular travel / relocation to assigned projects

Project Manager

The Project Manager is ultimately responsible for producing documentation necessary to provide evidence that all work has been performed in accordance with the contract documents. The Project Manager will report directly to the Senior Project Manager. This is an 'on-site position', and as such, work locations will vary.

Responsibilities
  • Prepare and issue Purchase Orders / Contracts
  • Remain current with all submittals, change orders, RFIs, and so forth
  • Account for all project costs on a daily basis
  • Prepare and consistently maintain Material Status Log
  • Submit monthly progress billings to owner
  • Oversee the assembly of all close-out documentation
  • Maintain excellent Owner, Architect, and Subcontractor relations
Requirements
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in healthcare / medical facility construction
  • Proficiency in Prolog Manager and Timberline Cost Management software
  • Frequent relocation to assigned projects
  • Good written and oral communication skills

Superintendent

The Superintendent is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the construction project and oversees the work of the entire project team. The Superintendent is the highest-ranked authority on the construction site and is fully responsible for the success / outcome of the project.

Responsibilities
  • Manage and oversee all onsite operations including safety enforcement, project scheduling, subcontractor management, and client relations
  • Monitor and enforce the completion of documentation associated with Weekly Safety Meetings, Foreman’s Meetings, OAC Meetings, and Daily Subcontractor Reports
  • Manage on-site cost effectively (includes contract labor, purchases, equipment rental, subcontractor work orders, etc.) and complete the project within the cost budget
  • Produce a safe working environment for all site personnel, facility employees, and visitors at all times
Requirements
  • Six (6) or more years of experience in healthcare / medical facility construction
  • Proficiency in Prolog Manager is preferred
  • Regular travel / relocation to assigned projects
  • Good written and oral communication skills

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