The Field Superintendent will be a key member of the construction team responsible for the overall profitability of construction projects through the direct on-site management of construction projects.
- Minimum of 5-10 years of commercial construction experience.
- Experience in commercial office, industrial, and/or mixed-use projects.
- Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, equivalent specialty degree, or equivalent experience working for a General Contractor or related Specialty Trade Contractor is preferred.
- Possess the willingness to work on-site in various weather conditions to adhere to the construction schedule.
- Schedule that conforms to the required on-site work environment and work hours required to successfully complete a project on time.
- High level of knowledge in building construction, means and methods, scheduling, cost and quality control, and reading and interpretation of construction drawings and specifications.
- High level of experience in both site and infrastructure work and building shell and tenant improvement construction is preferred.
- Strong organizational and leadership skills.
- Ability to set personal and project priority goals for successful daily and long- term project planning and organization.
- Possess good personal and project instincts to manage Subcontractors and overall project implementation.
- Ability to successfully negotiate with Subcontractors.
- Possess conflict resolution skills and the ability to diffuse Subcontractor conflicts.
- Possess the ability to develop multiple options to resolve on-site conflicts.
- Highly effective communication and listening skills are essential to communicate well with Owners, design professionals, colleagues, and subcontractors.
- Computer proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel, Microsoft Project, and PlanGrid.
- Manage the enforcement of safety rules and regulations on the job site through daily site observation of subcontractor work force activities.
- Review Subcontractor safety plans for compliance with contractual obligations.
- Manage the coordination of regularly scheduled third party safety inspections of job sites.
- Monitor Subcontractor safety toolbox talk documentation.
- Manage daily Subcontractor workforce job site attendance.
- Lead regularly scheduled Subcontractor foreman progress and scheduling meetings to maintain three-week look-ahead schedules.
- Develop the three-week look-ahead schedule and coordinate updates to the master construction schedule with the Project Manager.
- Manage General Contractor toolbox talks.
- Monitor daily construction progress and document in Daily Reports.
- Coordinate key Subcontractor work progress and manage scheduling of the same.
- Manage on-site Subcontractor adherence to contract terms and construction documents.
- Manage Subcontractor adherence to budget.
- Manage Subcontractor work for quality assurance.
- Manage job site logistics, organization, and Subcontractor utilization.
- Participate in identifying long-lead items and coordinate proper expedition of material and equipment delivery.
- Participate in progress meetings with the Owner, Architect, and Engineers.
- Participate in coordination meetings with the Architect and Engineers.
- Manage the daily photo documentation of site conditions and work progress.
- Manage the on-site security video camera program.
- Coordinate and manage the preparation of the job completion punch list.
- Coordinate and manage the punch list work progress and completion.
- Prepare the Subcontractor evaluation report.
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