Project Superintendent

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Provide complete supervision of work crews on‐site including management of foreman and their duties and ensure all employee have necessary resources, proper tools and equipment.
  • Assist with bids and all phases of preconstruction.
  • Review construction documents for completeness and constructability and provide input for scope clarifications.
  • Conduct preconstruction planning.
  • Assist with business development, bidding, proposals and obtaining new work.
  • Prepare work plans, manage site work and logistics of construction site and set up temporary facilities including all temporary utilities.
  • Responsible for overall site safety to workers and visitors as well as managing compliance with established company safety policies and regulations as put forth by OSHA.
  • Work with the project teams to budget, forecast, and manage field personnel as well as management of labor, equipment, materials, tools, and other cost considerations.
  • Track and manage self‐perform productivity against estimate, update project team on issues hitting budget targets and develop plan for mitigating impacts to overall performance of the project.
  • Ensures compliance with safety regulations and prevailing wage requirements.
  • Understand, review, and manage project plans, specifications, manufacturer’s submittal data and inspections to support the project schedule.
  • Manage the overall project and 5‐week look ahead schedules, including creating the master schedule and updating it on a weekly basis.
  • Generate RFIs as required to ensure completeness of the project documents and identify any discrepancies.
  • Lead project teams to manage the company’s quality control program for the project.
  • Participate, and lead when necessary, weekly owner, architect and contractor meetings.
  • Conduct on‐site project meetings with subcontractors and construction trades lead personnel.
  • Manage subcontractors for all work performed on‐site.
  • Work with the project team to maintain relationships with owners, visitors, subcontractors and suppliers.
  • Provide feedback on processes and procedures to aid in continuous development of the company.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Construction Management, and/or 8‐10 years of management experience and construction experience.
  • Proven successful leadership or supervisory role
  • Current Oregon driver’s license and insurable driving record

Preferred Skills

  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills with MS Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel, Project, Adobe and Bluebeam.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent time management, communication, organization and personal skills.
  • Experience with financial and construction project management software such as Sage 300 CRE and/or Procore.

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