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The primary function for the Estimating Manager is to complete tasks necessary to identify bidding opportunities, manage the available information and ultimately provide a complete and thorough estimate of all new requests. This crucial management role must produce accurate owner proposals for new projects, guide the Project Coordinator to ensure multiple and timely subcontractor bids, assist with profitability on project costs and to meet or exceed the Estimating Department goals regarding bid-win ratio.
The primary function of the Site Superintendent is to ensure the successful completion of the awarded project while on the actual job site. The Superintendent is the ‘eyes and ears’ of the field to accurately report work progress to the internal team members while driving subcontractors for high quality and timely results.
The Construction Project Manager (PM) is responsible for the successful management of the entire construction project from award to close-out. It is the PM who will maintain client and subcontractor relationships for the benefit of the project. The PM must delegate tasks to the Project Engineer as well as provide clear communication with all team members. Understanding job costing, cost controls, appropriate schedules, and the agility to find solutions to complex situations is vital. The keys to success for this role are executing projects with open communication and the determination to go above and beyond for client satisfaction.
The primary function of the Construction Project Engineer (PE) is to directly support the Project Manager in all areas of the construction project. The PE assists in creating contracts, general construction documents and possess the ability to review blueprints to help the PM to maintain the schedule and budget. The ideal candidate will possess the ability to multitask while staying organized and be extremely detail oriented. Communications, forecasting, and backward managing the PM are the keys to the PE's success.