BOOS Development West is a full service real estate development company that provides a complete array of development services to national retailers such as JP Morgan Chase, CVS/pharmacy, and Family Dollar to name a few. What makes BOOS unique is its ability to deliver not just an individual store but an entire expansion program in the deal format that best suits its clients. Presently, BOOS has the need for a Development Project Manager in Northern California. The ideal candidate may not have experience in all the categories described below, but must have high energy, initiative, and the will to learn and work hard. BOOS Project Managers will gain practical experience that encompasses the entire development process. BOOS provides solid career growth opportunities to Project Managers of all experience levels.
Development Project Manager
The Development Project Manager (DPM) performs an important role for BOOS Development West (BDW) by managing real estate projects from deal inception through project completion.
Specific areas of oversight:
Due Diligence (DD) : DPM shall manage all aspects of the due diligence process including initial site layout, feasibility study, geotechnical evaluation, environmental audit, and survey.
Entitlement and Permitting : The DPM shall work with BDW’s consultants, governmental organizations, and neighborhood leaders in guiding each project through the development process.
Project Design and Engineering: The DPM shall coordinate BDW’s design consultants in designing a project within set design and budget parameters.
Project Bidding: The DPM shall coordinate the bidding process with BDW’s and tenant’s approved general contractors.
Project Construction: The DPM shall monitor and report weekly on all BDW’s construction activities. Monitoring shall key on the general contractor’s adherence to the approved drawings, the project’s schedule, and the project’s budget.
Some tasks specific to a DPM are:
o Budgets (estimates and back up)
- Completion of real estate committee package material. Including:
o Site Plans
o Due Diligence Reports
o Additional Information
- Review and approval of DD material.
- Completion of monthly tracking reports.
- Lead tenant tracking calls.
- Track and record weekly project information.
- Review and qualify GC bids.
- Negotiate contracts.
- Draft change orders.
- Ensure that the team members are apprised of any issues that may impact a
- Conduct public meeting presentations.
A college degree and a minimum of three years experience in construction project management, architecture, or civil engineering is expected for a DPM. Candidates without this level of experience will be considered for an Assistant DPM position.
Please send resumes and direct all inquiries to Lorie Wnorowski at
SelectLeaders - 19 months ago