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Project Manager-Corporate Interiors Remodels

Company: Howard Building Corporation
Location: Costa Mesa
Posted on: November 21, 2022

Job Description:

The Project Manager is HBC's frontline manager in the goal of maintaining a high-performing and values-aligned culture. The Project Manager-Tenant Improvement is responsible for the conduct, completion, and success of all assigned projects. He or she is responsible for budgets, bids, contracts, schedule and quality control; support staff development, client retention, and project close-out, properly and professionally representing HBC. This is an exempt position as defined by the Fair Labor Standards Act. At HBC, we're building the future one space at a time? We are a 100% employee-owned company. With nearly 40 years as a general contracting firm, we understand the complexity of construction. Our team is filled with specialists who are not only accomplished in their field, but also innovative in their execution. From the moment a project is established, we take the time to meticulously interpret our clients' needs. Using the newest technology and project management tools, we ensure that every step of the process is clear and comprehensive, keeping our clients engaged and inspired. What begins with their unique vision, ends with the realization of their ultimate reality. Our approach to construction is more refined than most, but then again, so are our results. What we offerEmployee stock ownershipPaid health insuranceFlexible schedules (restrictions apply)Tuition reimbursementPaid volunteer hoursWork-life balance401(k) matchingReferral bonusesInternal committeesProfessional developmentMentorshipRoutines duties and responsibilitiesManage the productive output and policy adherence of project support staff.Actively work at the continuous coaching and development of project support staff.Maintain public relations and client satisfaction for long-term reputation and client retention.Respond to client RFP's and generate on-time and fiscally responsible budgets and bids.Evaluate project requirements and develop project strategies surrounding labor harmony, scheduling, and constructability.Create and update project schedules with Project Superintendents.Negotiate fair and equitable client contracts and subcontracts.Ensure the issuance of preliminary information and notices.Generate accounting worksheets, purchase orders, and subcontracts.Maintain cost control logs, and issue client change estimates, and change orders for revised scope.Ensure that weekly client meetings occur for each project to provide timely information to clients to ensure decisions can be made to support the project and planned completion.Issue meeting minutes in a timely manner for each project.Manage the generation and tracking of solution-oriented RFI's.14. Manage the generation and tracking of mock-ups, material submittals, and long-lead tracking logs.QualificationsA Bachelor's degree or equivalent knowledge in construction management, business administration, and/or related fields of study.At least five (5) years of experience as a project manager or equivalent position on commercial construction projects focusing in the areas of life sciences, laboratory renovations.Ability to read architectural and engineered plans and specifications.Trade-specific knowledge of carpentry, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and finishes sufficient to guarantee proper conformance with architectural and engineered design requirements.Full understanding of accounting systems, budgets, financial reporting, prime contracts, subcontracts, lien processes, releases, notices, county recordings, legal requirements and constraints; AIA documents, invoicing requirements, and related documents.Precise working knowledge of Microsoft Project, Excel, Word, Outlook, Adobe, Bluebeam, and project management software.LEED or similar accreditation preferred.Working conditions and physical demandsThe Project Manager may routinely sit or stand for long periods of time performing normal duties and/or interacting with coworkers and clients at meetings and events.The Project Manager may routinely lift and/or carry moderately heavy objects such as plan sets and material submittals, and work on repetitive tasks in front of a computer screen, which may strain the eyes of certain individuals, cause chronic joint discomfort, and related issues. Care should be taken to avoid back injuries, eye strain, headaches, fatigue, carpal tunnel, and related syndromes.Please apply via the " APPLY" tab found below or email resume to Agnes Cimino, Howard Building Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We recruit, hire, train, and promote individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, marital status, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, medical condition genetic information, disability, military status or protected veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws, including the CA Fair Chance Act. HBC is an Equal Opportunity Employer in compliance with the California Fair Chance Act and the Los Angeles Fair Chance in Hiring Initiative.PM22


Keywords: Howard Building Corporation, Costa Mesa , Project Manager-Corporate Interiors Remodels, Professions , Costa Mesa, California

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