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Pre Construction Manager
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The Pre-construction Manager will lead the pre-construction activities for two or more projects, including projects with a high degree of complexity. Key tasks include design review and coordination, estimating, scheduling and logistics, and purchasing. The Pre-construction Manager will report to the Assistant Director of Pre Construction and work closely with members of the development team and company principals to ensure projects are delivered on schedule and within budget. Pre Construction Manager will also work to ensure a smooth transition between Pre-Construction and the eventual Project Executive/ Project Manager.
Design Review and Coordination
Represent ownership by actively participating in design meetings to ensure scope of work meets ownership expectations and meets budget and schedule requirements.
Develop and manage the permit filing strategy and schedule in consultation with the design consultant and expediting team. Ensure project is progressing according to the project schedule.
Engage, implement and monitor the analysis of design details, specification of materials and equipment, and a logistics plan in order to uncover areas where more cost-efficient and/or more constructible options are available. Assess each alternate option in terms of its quality and aesthetic merit, cost savings, ease of operation, and impact on the construction schedule.
Consult with Architect, Development Team, and/or Construction to select the best options for the Project.
Perform site cost analysis for prospective development deals.
Analyze construction cost vs. the latest approved project budget and make recommendations for corrective action. Quantify and price cost savings / value engineering opportunities. Analysis may include assessing alternate systems, components, and materials; building-specific phasing, staging, mobilization, procurement, or contracting systems; and/or installation methods, bid packaging, and field construction management requirements.
Scheduling and Logistics
Develop a site logistics plan depicting coordination in the areas of staging, access to the site, fencing, and equipment to be used.
Prepare and maintain a project schedule and coordinate the sequencing of the work and owner occupancy requirements.
Analyze bids against projected budget costs. Knowledge of trade scopes, pricing, and market trends.
Perform and manage bidding including scoping, and select subcontractors and consultants during the pre-construction phase of a project, including expeditor, fencing, surveying, and controlled inspections.
Where required, coordinate the selection of early pre-purchase trades with the construction executive including soil disposal, waterproofing, excavation / foundations, plank, piles, etc.
Work closely with the development and construction staff during the pre-construction and construction phases.
Prepare ad hoc analysis as required for specific tasks for senior management.
Proficient writing skills.
Recognizes when problems exist and evaluates the facts in order to resolve issues efficiently. Seeks assistance from supervisor when necessary.
Ability to delegate work with proper instruction and authority to complete tasks.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships and communicate effectively with staff internal and external to the company.
Ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.
MS Word, MS Excel, MS Project, and On-Screen Takeoff are required MS Access and AutoCad
Bachelor degree is required in engineering, architecture, or construction management. OR Bachelor degree with commensurate pre-construction experience.
7 years Residential and/or commercial construction and or design experience is required.
Broad residential experience with knowledge of block and plank structures, concrete superstructure, high rise buildings, steel structures, and MEP systems is preferred.
Knowledge of construction, engineering, procurement, industry standards and other project-related activities, their interfaces and interdependencies.
Knowledge of safety compliance including federal, state, and local safety codes.
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BFC is a full service, professional real estate development organization which is intimately familiar with the nuances of guiding difficult projects to successful completion.
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