Upon client acceptance of the Final Budget Estimate, the Project Manager is the primary contact for the project.
Consult with the Project Architect on all design issues.
Proactively manage the client’s expectations. Keep them well informed of all aspects of the Budget, Schedule, Change Orders, and job progress in advance.
Work with Accountant to issue monthly statement.
Secure glowing client testimonial at project completion.
Send client regular project update with photos.
Perform take-offs for all materials before each project. Estimate man-hours.
Assist in creating the Preliminary Cost Estimate. Review with Project Architect and Superintendent before disclosure to the client.
Create the Final Budget Estimate from hard numbers obtained through the bidding process. Obtain approval of the President, Project Architect and Superintendent before disclosure to the client.
Submit Final Budget Estimate to Accounting. Proactively work with Accounting on all project and construction financial matters.
Document all changes in work, according to ADC procedures, and obtain written client approval before proceeding with the work. Inform the client about all Change Order procedures and charges in advance.
Track expenses and budget to completion of project.
Put projects out to bid in a fair and equitable way to all.
Obtain complete subcontractor bids prior to the client approving the Final Budget Estimate.
Review subcontractor bids for completeness.
Create a Project Schedule prior to the start of construction. Schedules include duration, man-hours, subcontractors, suppliers, ordering and delivery dates.
Track progress of schedule to completion of project.
Responsible to track each project according to the ADC Design Build Guidelines and implement all appropriate ADC procedures.
Secure written contracts, including defined scope of work, with trade contractors prior to the start of construction.
Ensure that client final selections are complete prior to the start of construction.
Order all materials. Coordinate material orders with Superintendent. Ensure delivery to site on schedule.
Six weeks prior to client turnover, schedule a 30-day Walk-through with the President, Project Architect, Superintendent and Operations Manager. Notify the Operations Manager when to send the 30-day letter.
Two weeks prior to client turnover, conduct a “100% Complete” walk-through with the client, President, Project Architect, Superintendent and Operations Manager.
Turn the home over to the client, fully operative, within two weeks of the Client Walk-through. Complete any outstanding tasks within two weeks of Turnover.
At project completion, turn in all job-related documents and as-built construction documents to Operations for filing.
College degree in construction management, engineering, architecture or related field.
Minimum 10 years of experience managing building construction projects.
Proficiency in Google Email and Calendar, Co Construct and Box.
Ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines.
Excellent organizational, leadership, communication, interpersonal, and analytical skills.
Professional Client and Trade / Sub Contractor Relationship Management.
Knowledge of construction documents, building technology, building safety protocol and OSHA regulations.
Due to the nature of this position, applicants must be located on Maui at the time of application.
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
*Health Insurance including Vision and Dental.
*401(K) Profit Sharing Plan.
Paid Holiday and Paid Leave. Paid Leave requires a one year "waiting" period.