The TI Project Manager will provide overall management anddirection to single or multiple tenant improvement projects. Main dutiesinclude managing and coordinating design consultants, permitting phase, andcommunications with Tenant, Leasing and Property Management personnel andconstruction subcontractors. Responsible to monitor construction and financialactivities under the supervision of the Director of Construction. The TIProject Manager will establish and review priorities for support staffincluding Project Engineer, Assistant Project Manager and/or ConstructionCoordinator. The TI Project Manager is ultimately responsible for tracking andcompleting each TI project to meet the lease requirements, project budget andschedule of completion.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Analyze project drawing, specifications and permits to determine scope and schedule requirements necessary for a successful completion.
- Develop a Project Bid List of a minimum of (5) qualified bidders for each trade and scope of work.
- Coordinate with the Director of Construction to establish an overall project budget and project completion schedule.
- Prepare, track and log all Requests for Information (RFI).
- Set up and maintain the Project Construction Workbook including Hot List, Procurement Log, Submittal Schedule, Potential Change Order Log and Submittal Log.
- Expedite, review, and provide “Quality Control” on shop drawings and submittals. Prepare transmittals and submit to Design Consultants.
- Develop Project CPM Schedule including Design, Permitting, Procurement, Submittal, Construction, and Commissioning Phases.
- Schedule, attend and produce minutes for Weekly Subcontractor Progress meetings at the site in conjunction with the project superintendent.
- Conduct “pre-installation” conferences with key subcontractors.
- Coordinate and obtain weekly progress photos from the job site.
- Review, issue and update 2 or 3 Week Look-Ahead Schedules.
- Promote and maintain a good working relationship with:
- Company personnel
- General contractors, owners and architects
- Suppliers and manufacturers
- Construction Cost Estimating and quantity take-off’s.
- Cost reporting and financial projections for construction.
- Prepare subcontracts and material purchase orders.