- Associate degree or be a graduate of an accredited trade school or former construction apprenticeship program. A professional license or certification is preferred but not required. Substituting education requirement with 5 years of relevant experience.
- Professional experience constitutes 5 years in construction inspection and contractor oversight activities associated with facilities (i.e., buildings, structures, equipment, systems, etc.) construction and implementation.
- Ability to develop detailed construction cost estimates using programs such as RS Means and schedules using simple scheduling software such as MS schedule
- Familiarity with AUTOCAD and/or ability to generate simple office layouts and options
- Familiarity with building systems and construction principles
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with various and diverse Government agencies.
- Ability to use MS Word, Excel, Project, email, RS Means
- Field knowledge of safety, scheduling, and cost control are essential skills. Professional experience should also include ability to read and interpret construction documents.
- Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Experience in preparing correspondence, written reports, presentations, conducting design and construction related meetings and in briefing clients and management personnel.
- Experience and familiarity with commercial tenant improvement projects
- Ability and experience in the design and construction of office, conference space etc.
- Knowledge of local and national building codes, ADA requirements and familiarity with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety requirements on construction projects.
The CM shall be responsible for managing several small to medium-sized projects in various stages of the project life cycle by performing but not limited to the following duties:
- Monitor and inspect the construction contractor's compliance with current safety regulations, standards, project safety plan, and report any noncompliance to the Government. Immediately notify the construction contractor and the Government when any life-threatening conditions are observed and provide assistance as necessary to remedy such situations.
- Assist in monitoring compliance with the labor standards requirements of the construction contract(s).
- Participate in weekly progress meetings with all stakeholders to review project progress, discuss problems, and resolve issues as necessary.
- Assist in handling disputed project issues. Provide input for preparation of Government position.
- Provide written inspection reports for each inspection to ensure compliance with the contract requirements. Follow through to assure that all defects or omissions are corrected and confer with representatives of the contractor regarding any problems encountered in the performance of the work.
- Plan and develop new projects
- Develop scopes of work (SOW) in accordance with GSA P-100 standards
- Develop Independent Government Estimates (IGE) for new construction projects and contract modifications as requested by the GSA Contracting Officer
- Review existing and develop or modify SOWs, identify overlaps and develop suggestions to resolve inconsistencies or unforeseen problems
- Coordinate access to tenant space, power outages, tenant complaint resolution, on-site storage, parking, deliveries, etc.
- Manage the security clearance process relating to both approvals and daily procedures/monitoring
- Develop/implement project management plans with critical path schedules
- Project execution, including scheduling, inspection, contractor/tenant interface and problem resolution.
- Manage the interface of these small to mid-sized construction projects with building operations and other ongoing projects
- Monitor, inspect and manage active construction projects.
- Conduct monthly/weekly meetings (including minutes) with all stakeholders relating to status/coordination/problem resolution
- Provide assistance in reviewing and negotiating cost changes that are fair and reasonable based on the construction contract modification SOW and IGEs
- Participate in weekly progress meetings and prepare meeting agendas and written minute as requested by the GSA CO
- Set up and maintain electronic job files
- Maintain data in government project tracking software such as ePM
- Provide technical review support through construct-ability review of designs and construction documents/submittals to avoid errors/mistakes, and optimize value early and throughout the construction. Review the documents for coordination, materials compatibility, tolerances, and means and methods.
- Review existing conditions on the site to determine if the proposed SOWs have adequately dealt with the existing restrictions, site limitations, and adjacencies, security constraints, and HVAC requirements; suggest changes and rewrite SOW as requested by GSA CO.
- Assist the GSA and the tenant client in problem resolution.
- Maintain a professional working relationship with project team i.e. building manager, architect/engineers, construction contractor, and other contractors supporting the government.
- Verify acceptable codes and standards were used and effectively conformed.
- Evaluate code compliance relationships.
- Review all progress payments requested by the Contractor.
- Perform progress and substantial completion inspections.
Occasional travel to Sacramento, San Jose and Oakland periodically needed.
Job Type: Contract
Salary: $36.00 to $45.00 /hour
- Construction: 5 years (Preferred)
- construction project management: 5 years (Preferred)