Superintendent - Commercial Construction
Supervise the daily activities of the jobsite, ensuring that the work is performed in a safe and organized manner, is in compliance with the drawings and specifications, and is executed by the most economical means.
Reports to the Director of Operations
Initiate project safety meetings for the on-site supervisors and labor force.
Manage and coordinate the activities of subcontractors, material vendors and direct labor forces via planning and scheduling.
Interface with the local union officials to resolve site-specific labor disputes.
Maintain open communication and goodwill with the Owner's representative, by coordinating pertinent work activities, attending project progress/scheduling meetings, etc.
Maintain project schedule controls and report problems or deficiencies to the Project Manager/Construction Manager.
Document on-site activities which may impede progress or compliance to project/contract requirements.
Maintain strict control over the budget for each work activity and assist on preparing monthly cost projections.
Identify, document and coordinate extra work.
Review and approve subcontractor and vendor invoices in cooperation with the Project Manager.
Purchase miscellaneous materials and services necessary for project execution.
Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of the provisions and requirements of all contract documents, including plans, specifications, owner's contract, subcontracts and purchase orders.
Capable of executing and documenting Quality Construction Management systems
A minimum of 12 years of experience within the industry with 5 years as a Superintendent in the commercial and retail market.
Experience needs to be consistent with managing subcontracted work, and needs to have a focus on new ground up, additions and remodeling in a live environment.
Willing to have unrestricted travel and stay on projects for extended periods of time according to company policy.
Willing to perform night work if required
WOULD LIKE TO HAVE
Proven project experience in retail, corporate facilities, theaters, malls, hospitality and lodging.
Ability to utilize software programs such as Primavera Scheduling and Microsoft Office programs.
Larger project experience with the some being $20 million and greater.