About Eagle Building:
Our mission is to Create Successful Partnerships. By doing so, we focus on ensuring a competitive edge and strive to make the building process a positive experience for our clients. At Eagle Building Company, our proven and experienced staff offer comprehensive preconstruction and construction services to ensure clients successfully complete every project. It is this attitude and approach that has lead Eagle Building Company to the successful completion of over 5,500 multi-family housing units.
A construction professional responsible for on-site and office assistance to the Project Superintendent and Project Manager. Many of the duties are crossovers from estimating, project management, and field supervision.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provide and maintain a safe work environment.
- Enforce all company, OSHA, and other applicable safety standards with subcontractors and employees.
- Hold required safety meetings.
- Maintain safety logs.
- Provide timely and accurate documentation and reporting of safety issues.
- Maintain a clean jobsite.
- Report unsafe acts of subcontractors.
- Effectively communicate with the project manager and superintendent on all job specific issues.
- Keep the P.M. and Superintendent advised of job status via written and verbal communication.
- Advise the P.M. immediately in case of:
- Any problem with the owner, engineer/architect, supplier, or subcontractor
- OSHA inspection
- Pickets or business agent on jobsite
- Additional project costs
- Effectively communicate with all parties: i.e., owner, architect/engineer, project manager, superintendent, crew, government agencies, and inspectors.
- Establish a professional rapport with the client and architect/engineer.
- Prepare for and participate in regular owners and/or architect meetings.
- Submit and log accurate and timely RFI’s.
- Work with the project team to update and analyze the project schedule on an ongoing basis.
- Responsible for day-to-day project operations.
- Prepare two-week look-ahead schedules based on the overall job schedule for use by all parties involved.
- Schedule and coordinate all subcontractors and material suppliers.
- Review IR Log issues.
- Act as liaison for all concerned parties: i.e. architect, owner, subcontractors.
- Monitor subcontractor manpower to ensure the schedule is being met.
- Ensure all work is in compliance with specified quality standards.
- Meet with select subcontractors and the superintendent(s) to review plans and specifications prior to the subcontractors starting work.
- Inspect the subcontractors work for quality compliance.
- Inspect material for quality compliance.
- Request outside inspection as needed to ensure quality control.
- Coordinate testing agencies.
- Interpret plans and specifications for all parties.
- Review shop drawings for accuracy.
- Strive for zero punchlist.
- Maintain a clean and organized jobsite office.
- Complete all required paperwork in a professional and timely manner. This includes job diaries and timecards.
- Tag and report equipment defects.
- Determine material quantities as requested.
- Control and monitor all change orders in a timely manner.
- Monitor all required submittals to ensure timeliness and compliance.
- Monitor subcontractor time and material work as required.
- Provide documentation as required.
- Prepare/obtain as-built drawings.
- Lead weekly progress meetings and prepare meeting minutes.
- Treat all associates and subcontractors in a fair, equitable, and consistent manner.
- Maintain a good working relationship with associates and subcontractors.
- Address and document performance problems as they occur.
- Provide subcontractors with positive or negative feedback as required.
- Support and participate in training at all levels.
- Assure subcontractors are completing work per subcontract agreement.
- Responsible for efficient utilization of labor, equipment, materials, subcontractors and other related resources to minimize job cost.
- Accurately complete the PO Log.
- Inform foremen and crew of production goals and standards.
- Track labor hours on LCC.
- Keep P.M. informed and provide updates to crews on production performance.
- Keep abreast of current construction means, methods, and procedures. Implement them to improve production standards.
- Maintain a professional image.
- Acquire a basic understanding of building codes.
- Participate in project team meetings with the Project Executive and the P.M. as requested.
To be successful an individual must be able to perform each duty and responsibility satisfactorily.
- Bachelors degree in 4 year construction management, engineering or related field or equivalent experience
–Knowledge and Experience:
- Entry level position–internship experience preferred.
- Ability and willingness to learn
Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.
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