Senior Project Manager - Commercial Construction
- Posted: over a month ago
The McDonnel Group is a values driven organization which views our talented team of professionals as our greatest asset. We invest in ongoing professional development and education, we encourage industry and professional involvement in our community, we offer competitive compensation which rewards employees for performance, and offer bonus opportunities for all employees for contributing to our growth through employee referrals and business development efforts. It is our mission to provide comprehensive construction services and deliver the highest standards to our valued clients. We can only fulfill our mission through our people, and their innovative and motivated approach to the work. Project Management sets the Field up for success by working with the client and subcontractors.
A Senior Project Manager is expected to manage a primary project themselves as Project Manager as well as manage, supervise, support and develop at least one other Project Manager (optimally two), ensuring that the Project Manager(s) they are responsible for are performing in line with TMG’s expectations and in accordance with TMG’s Project Management Playbook.
Essential Job Functions
Organize, coordinate & lead team meetings
Prepare meeting agendas for all project meetings.
Review meeting minutes for accuracy and thoroughness.
Review and issue contracts
Review prime contract AIA A141 and attachments for accuracy prior to execution.
Assemble contract documents and attachments for subcontracts.
Send out contracts and PO’s to subcontractors and vendors for execution.
Negotiate prime and subcontracts as necessary to execute a favorable contract.
Communicate the budget to engineering and design team
Schedule updates and adherence
Develop the initial project schedule, from Preconstruction through project closeout
Revise the project schedule (both Preconstruction & Construction) as changes are made and design updated
Develop and communicate scopes (design & construction)
Write up scopes for each trade
Send work scopes to Preconstruction Manager to issue to subcontractors and vendors for pricing
Update scopes as design changes occur to ensure that the correct pricing is received for budget updates
Prepare bid packages to be issued for pricing
Assemble packages containing all pertinent project information to be distributed to subcontractors for pricing
Items to include are scopes, quantities, durations, drawings, specifications, product data/cut sheets, site requirements, logistics, limitations, alternates, addenda,
Compose and issue letters (proposal, notification, requests)
Coordinate permitting and regulatory approvals
Local municipality coordination
Program and document review
Generate and Update Project Schedule
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