Construction Project Manager

HILGARTWILSON is seeking a senior level Construction Project Manager with a strong background in land development and civil construction to become a part of our growing team. The ideal candidate should possess strong communication skills, be highly organized, be a good problem solver, be efficient, pay good attention to detail, and be a team player. The role of the Construction Manager position will oversee management of bidding, budgets, estimates, and contracts. Direct construction activities including, trade contractor coordination, inspection of work in place, and governmental relations.

Our team has extensive experience providing services on many of the Valley’s largest and most prestigious master planned communities; retail, office, educational, healthcare, mixed-use developments, industrial, and public works projects. Our diversity of expertise provides our clients with a comprehensive resource for civil engineering and consulting needs.

Essential Duties

  • Direct bid package preparation ensuring accuracy and completeness; prepare bid tabulations and offer suggestions for selections by owners; direct preparation of contracts for awarded bids
  • Direct activities including scheduling, budgeting, and bidding
  • Review request for changes and provide approval
  • Support on-site construction activities
  • Provide problem resolution should problems arise
  • Attend construction walks
  • Monitor dust control issues
  • Create schedules for all phases of work including pre-construction activities, construction activities and coordination of utility construction as needed for bidding and estimating
  • Review field inspections for quality and quantity of work; spot check quality of contractors work
  • Interact with owners/consultants/municipalities/contractors at meetings, jobsites and on phone
  • Maintain current list of qualified bidders; solicit new bidders based on completed and reviewed qualification packages
  • Maintain current list of suppliers for special inspections and equipment
  • Assist engineers in plan preparation for new projects to reduce the chance for conflicts during construction and to provide value engineering input
  • Oversee monthly budget review and invoice approval by staff
  • Support staff in paperwork preparation, distribution, and filing in accordance with published policies

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in construction field management or approved equivalent
  • Strong knowledge of scheduling, budgeting, and design of construction projects, construction quality standards and methods of construction
  • Strong leadership, people, and communication skills
  • Ability to identify and solve complex construction scheduling and coordination situations
  • College degree in construction-related field preferred

Compensation and Benefits

  • Compensation includes competitive salary commensurate with experience and year-end performance-based bonus opportunities.
  • Company benefits include: Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA, Short & Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 401k, Paid Holidays, and Paid Time Off/Paid Sick Time
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