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Project Manager

Duties include but not limited to:

Initiate and maintain all required project schedules. Establish, implement and administer a jobsite quality plan. Establish administrative procedures for the project to be in accordance with established company policies. Examine all construction documents for appropriate construction details and completeness of information, potential design deficiencies, code violations, and constructability. Establish and maintain professional and effective relations with the Owner and Architect, meeting with them on a regular basis to review all aspects of the project.

Organize, train and oversee field and office staff as required to properly perform their duties. Produce a Project Organization chart and assure that each individual and their supervisors know their duties and have the proper equipment and training to perform such duties. Coordinate and direct estimating, purchasing, engineering, accounting, and construction functions as they relate to the project. Responsible for the development of personnel assigned to the project(s) by monitoring performance, reviewing evaluations, varying assignments, etc. and promoting a positive project morale.

Skills & Experience:

  • Prior experience managing multiple projects a plus
  • Microsoft Excel, Word, Microsoft Project Scheduling and Outlook a Must (Adobe and/or Blue beam preferred)
  • OSHPD experience a plus
  • Minimum of 5 years of successful Project Management Experience on new commercial construction projects in the $1-5 million range. Design-build experience a plus. Diverse experience with a variety of building types.
  • Budget control and job cost forecasting experience and skills.
  • Ability to direct planning, design and implementation of architectural/engineering designs and construction phases of construction projects.
  • Schedule Creation, implementation and monthly progress updates.
  • Quality Control.
  • Thorough understanding of construction codes and OSHA safety requirements.
  • Ability to read and understand blueprints/drawings and relevant contract documents.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, managers, subcontractors and clients.
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Excellent time management, prioritization and organizational skills.
  • Proactive, with excellent analytical and problem solving skills; ability to resolve project issues or conflicts.
  • Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment.
  • Detail oriented and dependable.

 

Project Engineer

Duties include but not limited to:

The Project Engineer is accountable to the Project Manager in all matters concerning project operations.

The Project Engineer supports the project team with technical aspects of the job administration at the direction of the Project Manager and/or Superintendent. It is the Engineer’s responsibility to administer project control as assigned.

The Project Engineer will work closely with the Project Manger to ensure all projects stay on schedule and on budget. Ensure all documentation between the Subcontractors and Project Administration is collected and processed in a timely manner. Oversee and support the Project Manager in keeping all project logs up to date. Ensure that submittals are obtained, reviewed and approved, and that materials and equipment are released for fabrication in time for delivery as required at jobsite. Support the Project Manager in overseeing new project bids (follow up, collecting bids, establishing relationships with estimators, etc.) Support the Project Manager in new project start up documentation and setting up standard files, etc. Facilitate the RFI process as directed by the Project Manager and Superintendent. Assist Project Manager and Superintendent in obtaining and submitting As-Built drawings, guarantees, warranties, and required operating instructions. Support Project Manager in obtaining all closeout documentation from the subcontractors in a timely manner as per the Project Specifications. Staying in communication with all Project Staff and supporting as needed.

Skills & Experience:

  • Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook a Must (Microsoft Project preferred)
  • Medical construction experience a plus
  • Adobe and/or Blue beam preferred 1-3 years’ experience as a Construction Project Engineer
  • Knowledge of construction documents (RFI’s, Submittals, Contracts, etc.)
  • Ability to read Construction Drawings
  • Strong Communication skills and ability to establish and maintain relationships with subcontractors
  • Strong computer skills
  • Able to support as well as delegate responsibility as needed
  • Ability to work well under pressure and bounce back and forth between projects with ease
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently in a fast paced environment.
  • Detail oriented and dependable.
Project Superintendent

Position Description: The Superintendent is the on-site person responsible for the overall execution of the work in accordance with the contract documents including but not limited to, project completion, leadership, schedule deadlines, project planning, quality and safety as well as owner liaison. We are looking for someone with commercial experience who is accustomed to working in occupied space and had strong customer service skills. Also need to be willing to put on your tool bags and participate in the work.

Responsibilities:

  • Produce and monitor the project safety plans and monitor the jobsite safety and daily inspections
  • Create a culture of safety at the job site and sets the tone for achieving positive safety results on the project
  • Responsible for the proper execution of the work in accordance with the contract documents
  • Represent the Company concerning on-site matters with the owner and designers
  • Monitor the base line project schedule to assure conformance, and produce and manage the “3-week look ahead” schedule and direct weekly subcontractor meetings
  • Ensures that the project is delivered to the client with the highest level of quality
  • Monitor progress of project quality control for conformance to the project quality control plan
  • Responsible for writing and distributing the daily job report and other reports
  • Understand and implement all terms and conditions of all subcontracts and the owner contract
  • Assure conformance of field installations with the project documentation including review and approval of subcontractor’s shop drawings
  • Maintain project as-builds and assist the Project Manager with project close-out
  • Effectively manages the cost of work to ensure costs do not exceed the budget

Skills & Experience:

  • 5 or more years commercial construction experience for a general contractor
  • Must be willing to travel
  • Experience working as a general superintendent
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, including excel, word and outlook, Microsoft Project software knowledge is a plus
  • Ability to lead and assess trade performance and quality on the job
  • Ability to visualize the entire project and anticipate constructability issues and embed solutions in the construction plans and schedules
  • Can visualize and create the project schedules critical path
Project Coordinator

Duties include but not limited to:

Plan, Organize, and Act as the Company Representative pertaining to project documentation.

Anticipates and provides for Company’s needs to access information and general coordination with daily project activities. May act as a liaison between Company and: Customers, Subcontractors, Architects, Owner, and General Contractors on active projects.

Maintains and Monitors Records Cleans up project records; coordinates the transmission of submittals, RFI’s, processes monthly pay apps for subcontractors. Prepares and tracks contracts and necessary insurance documentation. Maintains subcontractors job folders and ensures all required documentation is up to date.

Ensures as-builts are provided and filed; collects Subcontractor O&M manuals; prepares Company’s Job Specific O&M manuals, accepted submittals, testing requirements, all related project material, and collects all compliance documents for closeout. Maintains project logs on buyout, submittals, Requests for Information (RFI), and Change Orders to verify timely architectural/engineering response.

Maintain project documentation; ensures that memos, faxes, emails, and conversation issues are promptly distributed to those who need to know; performs other related duties as assigned.

Skills & Experience:

  • Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook a Must (Adobe and/or Blue beam preferred)
  • Knowledge of construction drawings, and construction documents (RFI’s, Submittals, Contracts, etc.)
  • Strong team player
  • Works well under pressure and with deadlines
  • Ability to multitask and bounce back and forth between projects with ease
  • Excellent verbal & written communication skills
  • Must have experience in Commercial Construction
Estimator / Preconstruction Manager

Duties include but not limited to:

As leader of our Estimating Department, you will be responsible for preparing bids for all projects. The responsibilities of the Estimating Department include compiling a qualified bidders list; conveying invitations to bidders; soliciting bids; preparing estimates for all work quantifying and pricing labor and materials; receiving bids; and reviewing bids to prepare total project costs.

The Estimator / Preconstruction Manager supports the company goals by preparing estimates, bid packages, soliciting, evaluating and leveling bids. Other duties include working with designers and trade partners to interpret the bid documents and assist with design decisions while being cognizant of the cost and schedule impacts. Estimators are also responsible for being knowledgeable on local market conditions, material prices and new products and trade partner capabilities.

Position Requirements: Essential job functions include

  • Read and understand plans and specifications for subcontractors, suppliers, large and small projects
  • Prepare a thorough take-off of quantities for their scope of work, based on the project’s documents
  • Be able to thoroughly review subcontractor pricing and prepare a comprehensive bid tab
  • Proficiency in computer skills.
  • Possess good communications skills and be detail oriented.
  • Able to adapt and learn programs such as On Screen Take-Off and 3D programs.
  • Computer software – Microsoft Office Suite, Must be an Advanced user of Excel based templates.
  • Comfortable with creating all types of spreadsheets and able to work complex formulas.
  • Have experience working on design-build projects.
  • Understanding the importance of subcontractor/supplier relationships to the ongoing success of Morris, Inc.