Senior Industrial Project Manager
Stone Mountian, GA 30083 US
Seeking a Senior Industrial Construction Manager -Atlanta
The primary company representative responsible for the overall direction, completion, and financial outcome of a construction project. Directs and supervises activities related to contract administration, change orders, submittals, RFI’s, procurement, project financial projections, and schedule requirements to ensure projects are completed in a quality, profitable, and Safe manner. Maintains a relentless focus on meeting and exceeding customer needs and expectations. Builds business with current customers by delivering on our promises and creates new business with potential customers in a proactive manner, promoting all of our construction services.
Maintains responsibility for running one or more project. Supervises the activities of assigned Project Manager(s) as they run their projects.
Project Financial Responsibilities
- Creates and manages project’s budget and coordinates the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) development.
- Knows and understands the requirements of owner’s contract, including bonds, fees, notifications, schedules, reporting, and costs.
- Develops and completes monthly Projected Cost Report Summary (PCRS) and Labor Cost Report (LCR) projections on time.
- Collaborates with Preconstruction to prepare, review, and monitor information and reports related to all costs involved in developing the project’s budget.
- Takes ownership of process of determining the quantity of budget estimates/deliverables to client.
- Manages the subcontracting process, which includes holding initial scope review meetings, finalizing agreed price, developing subcontract scope of work, managing the subcontract, final execution process and the implementation of Safety during Preconstruction.
- Develops plan, complies with, and reports on Minority Business Entity (MBE) requirements for the project, as required.
- Develops Mission Alignment Plan with the client and administers it.
Project Start-up and Scheduling
- Collaborates with superintendent, subcontractors, suppliers and scheduling consultant (as required) to create a construction schedule.
- Develops an organizational and responsibilities matrix at the start of each project and determines the resources needed for the project (e.g., people, tools, equipment, materials, internal and external services). Partners with Loss Prevention (Safety) Professionals assigned to the jobsite.
- Reviews the contract documents with all project participants (e.g., customers, employees, subcontractors, suppliers, government regulators, utilities) to ensure work is completed on time and within budget.
- Coordinates and delivers all requirements for subcontractors and suppliers to meet project schedules.