Re-Opening | COVID-19 Building Alert

Click Here

Project Manager

The Project Manager manages all aspects of a construction project including scheduling, budgeting, subcontractors and invoices, and responds to all communications from the architect, owner, construction manager and trade contractors as required. This position attends project job meetings, assists in coordinating manpower requirements, and analyzes production in the field, and enforces company safety standards.


  • Bids
  • Review bid opportunities with the Director
  • Provide detailed estimate for all bid opportunities
  • Obtain multiple quotes for subcontracts and vendors
  • Write proposal with detailed scope; attend meetings with owners and general contractors to review scope
  • Review all estimates over $50,000 with the Director


  • Minimum 5 years in construction industry from pre-construction to completion
  • Attention to detail and deadlines
  • Strong communication and organizational skills
  • Must have proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office, construction scheduling and project management software


  • Create job files
  • Obtain necessary permits, purchase equipment and award subcontracts
  • Write Purchase Orders to Vendors and Subcontractors
  • Develop project schedule for specific labor tasks, if required
  • Develop coordination schedule for drawing development, if required
  • Develop and maintain submittal log
  • Release equipment and expedite for delivery
  • Review and complete all punch list items
  • Coordinate manpower requirements with the Director
  • Review job with Foreman and maintain daily communication
  • Submit equipment cuts for approval
  • Customer invoicing on a monthly basis
  • Attend project job meetings
  • Review project costs with Director on a monthly basis. Review will include
    updates to contract selling price, cost and markup changes
  • Obtain and bill for all Change Orders
  • Review all vendor and subcontractor invoices, check pricing and insure billing amounts are correct
  • Analyze production in the field. All labor should be looked at weekly to compare total man days used versus the bid
  • Respond to all communications from the architect, owner, construction manager and trade contractors as required
  • Schedule trucking and cranes as required
  • Track tools and return as soon as possible
  • Enforce company safety standards
  • Review and complete all punch list items
  • Set up Commissioning and Instruction Period as required
  • Operations and maintenance manuals (if required)
  • Valve tag charts (if required)
  • As-built Drawings (if required)


  • Write RFIs as required; develop and maintain RFI log
  • Write change order requests on a timely basis; develop and maintain change order log
  • Confirm warranties and acceptance dates in writing
  • Special Projects as assigned by the Director

Email resumes to