Project Manager

Job description

OurSuccess Story:

ConstructionCompany was formed in 1997. Since its inception, we strive to exceed our clientexpectations by consistently improving our products and services. We are alwayson the lookout for the top talent in the industry as we consider our employeesone of our greatest assets. We truly celebrate our employee milestones andsuccesses in our industry because without our employees, we would not be wherewe are today! We have been voted Top Workplace by our employees for 3 years ina row and have also been featured in the Pittsburgh Business Times as one ofPittsburgh’s
Fastest Growing Companies, Largest Area Construction Contractors, and FamilyBusiness
Awards winners!

OurMission: Unitingour team and customer to build the future.

OurVision: Exceedingexpectations. Building trust. Creating value.


  • Persistence - Never give up

Ambition – Driven to achieve theunimaginable.

Confidence – Humble enough tolearn from experience.

Doesthat align with your ideals and core values? Well, great news! We are lookingto add a Project Manager to our growing team!

TheConstruction Project Manager position is responsible for:

Constructionwith clients and consultants on virtually any range of subjects related to constructionand for making decisions on behalf of the firm. Project Managers work to ensurethat projects are planned, coordinated, and completed in a timely, efficient,effective and profitable manner. Responsibilities will include creating andmaintaining project schedules, client site meetings, permitting, change ordercreation and management, and project closeout. This position will work out ofthe Pittsburgh, PA location and is assigned to the Operations department.

Job Description

What you’ll do:

  • Work as project lead – client’s main point of contact for projects.
  • Sub-contractor point of contact for contracts, schedule, extra work, RFI’s, pricing, etc.
  • Review the roles of assistants.
  • Establish schedules.
  • Fill out pre-construction planning sheet.
  • Review project with accounting per manual.
  • Lead efforts for obtaining more pricing as needed.
  • Review blueprint necessity for sites.
  • Subcontract buyout lead-schedule meetings on site for scope reviews, interviews, and initial contract negotiations.
  • Prepare contract scopes for subcontractors.
  • Contract information entry into Timberline for accounting.
  • Assure contact list for project gets to Superintendent.
  • Initiate kickoff meeting with subcontractors and owners.
  • Review 2 week look ahead sheets for distribution to Superintendent.
  • Adjust schedule, if necessary, based on 2 week look-a heads.
  • Assure 2 week look-a heads/adjusted schedules are distributed to subs.
  • Lead for material procurement/purchasing.
  • Subcontractor Project manager initial point of contact.
  • Prepare and submit formal RFI’s.
  • Review and assure dailies are in Dropbox folder.
  • Fill out subcontractor evaluations.
  • Invoice preparations for transfer to accounting.
  • Prepare RCO/change order details.
  • Invoice follow through for date of payment information.
  • Follow up with issues-create issue action result log.
  • Lead on job progress meetings as necessary.
  • Assure project manual is presented to client at project completion.
  • Final walkthrough/punch list walkthrough with client.
  • Assure punch list items are completed by subcontractors.
  • Present client with warranty information.
  • Present client with closeout package.
  • Other tasks as necessary or assigned.

What you’ll need to be familiar with:

  • Commercial Project Management
  • Projects between $2 million - $20 million
  • Restaurants
  • Schools
  • Car Dealerships
  • Office Spaces
  • Ground Up Buildings
  • Retail Spaces
  • Multi-Unit Housing
  • Cost control
  • Owner invoicing
  • Review/approval of owner invoices
  • Scheduling
  • Construction Project Management schedule development
  • Construction Project Management schedule updating
  • Results Driven.
  • Problem Solving/Cost Analysis

Communication,and Time Management Skills

Job Requirements

Yoursuccess story:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Architecture, or Construction management or relevant experience in lieu of education.

Computer Skills; proficient in MS office, required. Timberline and estimating software,preferred.


Salary:$80,000.00 - $125,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off


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