Architectural Services, Computers, Software, Construction, Mining and Trades, Information Technology, Installation, Maintenance, and Repair, Military, Real Estate, Transportation, Executive Management, Aviation/Aeronautics, Research & Development, Environmental, Energy / Utilities
The purpose of this position is to lead individual, multi-disciplined real estate project solutions for clients, with direct accountability for project delivery.
Characteristics of responsible projects: Complexity: Medium Risk: Medium Duration: Longterm Value: Typically < $30 Million USD
Seeking a key individual to join the team responsible for developing a huge decommissioned military facility into a cutting-edge research and development campus in Mountain View, CA. This exciting project features opportunities to create revolutionary facility re-use strategies and work with new applications of construction technology on a massive scale. This position will require the management of two or more projects. The first project is a major aviation facility abatement and
recoating project and the second project is a development for a bus maintenance facility.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Project Manager for this position will be responsible for managing two or more projects. The first project is for the abatement, recoating, and moderate structural upgrades for the eventual re-use of a massive, very unique and historically significant structure. The work will include lead coating remediation, structural upgrade, and new skin. This is a long duration project that with proper planning and execution can result in a significant cost savings for the client. The desired candidate for this project will be able to assess current strategies, think outside the box, and work with key team members to push cost effective solutions and outcomes. In addition, given this project’s historical significance the ideal candidate would have some past experience working with the state historic preservation office (SHPO) or coordinating with historic preservation architects.
The second project is for the planning, design, and construction of a bus maintenance facility. This project will require management from the schematic design phase all the way through construction, which is expected to be complete by end of Q1 2022. The work includes many shops, mechanical systems, automatic washing facilities, parking surfaces, site utilities, and an administrative space. The desired candidate will have some experience with transportation related facilities and all aspects of building construction.
The Project Manager will supervise multiple consultants and contractors performing investigation, design development, coordination with multiple on-site agencies and organizations, permitting, construction and commissioning.
The candidate will be joining a fun, hard-working team of 10 consisting of project managers, a project controls manager, an environmental planner, a project coordinator, and a dedicated construction field representative. The team has a culture of collaboration and support, therefore team players with a positive, can-do attitude are desired.
The ideal candidate will have the following skills, experience and attributes:
5+ years of steadily increasing professional experience in construction project management.
A great team player who brings out the best in teammates and keeps diverse stakeholders working together toward project objectives.
Expertise in planning, organizing and executing design and construction of large facilities with a project value over $50 million.
Experience working on military facilities preferred.
Background in Architecture or Construction Management required.
Construction management, project management, or AIA licensure highly desirable.
Proven track record as a project manager with ability to provide a mix of references from past supervisors and clients
Must have proven experience dealing with both site development and building construction projects.
Excellent verbal communication skills in both small and large groups
Effective written communication skills.
Demonstrated skill in effectively supervising design consultants and contractors.
Experience with design and construction involving re-use of existing structures preferred.
Expertise in construction projects involving environmental contamination preferred.
Experience in successfully navigating multiple-agency permit approval processes.
Highly efficient and detail-oriented with excellent documentation and organizational skills.
Proficient in scheduling software such as Microsoft Project or SmartSheets
Experience with past projects requiring approval by the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) preferred
Experience with large scale scaffolding, abatement, and steel recoating projects is highly desirable.
Understanding of all general building components including site elements, foundations, building core & shell, MEP, and T.I.s
Understanding of project budgets and cost management, able to determine forecasts in required costs, maintaining project invoicing and billings and able to generate high-level (ROM) estimates on design and construction scopes of work.
Understanding and experience with contract administration
Experience processing or coordinating construction submittals and RFI’s
Experience working with federal agencies
Works with a sense of urgency
Is a self-motivated individual with a “can do” attitude