The Architectural Project Manager is the company’s “management representative" and responsible for the all aspects of the construction project. The Architectural Project Manager consider many factors as they help architectural projects involving commercial and industrial buildings reach completion. The Architectural Project Manager will spend a significant portion of time with clients in an office setting. However, they also visit construction sites, where they interacting with engineers, contractors and other construction personnel. It is his/her responsibility to initiate any action required to achieve the objectives and insure that all project activities are consistent with company policy.
The following is a summary of the Architectural Project Manager Duties:
From site preparation to building completion, the Architectural Project Manager oversees elements of the design and construction processes. Part of this preparation includes developing, organizing and reviewing building plans, as well as preparing construction contracts for the company. The Architectural project manager also can take part in interviewing and hiring contractors for proposed projects. As they consult with clients, these professionals generally include a cost estimate based on equipment, materials and labor requirements.
The Architectural Project Manager must ensure that construction projects meet environmental, safety, structural, zoning and aesthetic standards. They determine and schedule different stages of the building process according to client needs. During construction site visits, they monitor progress and ascertain whether phases of the construction process are in compliance with building plans and project deadlines. After building completion, project managers may provide additional services for expansion and relocation projects.
EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION:
- A minimum of 7 years experience working as a Architecture Project Manager on large commercial construction projects.
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