Project Manager

Welsh Construction (Welsh) is seeking a professional, self-driven Project Manager with over three (3) years of commercial construction experience and an associate's or bachelor's degree in a related discipline: construction management or engineering preferred, or equivalent professional experience.

This position will lead project bidding/estimating, construction project management, and project closeout as it relates to the following: buyout and management of subcontractors/material supplier trade partners for the successful completion of awarded projects on time and within budget, to meet Welsh standards and to meet client specifications and satisfaction. 

Position Qualities: 

  • Driven go-getter with a natural sense of urgency

  • Confident - command presence

  • Organized

  • Professional

  • Active communicator

Our Core Values:

  • Passionate

  • Trusted

  • Collaborative

  • Solution oriented

  • Intentional

Key Responsibilities:

START STRONG:

  • Manage relationships with client, architect, trade partners, owner consultants, and other project key stakeholders.

  • Prepare quantity takeoffs from construction documents for use in bidding, construction progress, and reporting.

  • Draft subcontract agreements and administer the subcontract document requirements.

  • Review project documents and manage subcontractor submittal requirements review/approval.

  • Lead pre-bid walkthrough and documentation of preconstruction existing conditions.

  • Manage bidding solicitation process: issue instructions to bidders, invitations to bid, and addenda.

  • Lead submission of building permit applications.

  • Review and approve shop drawings and submittals, making sure all logs are updated.

  • Lead and ensure maintenance of project logs for plans, plan distribution, RFIs, and submittals from project start through completion.

  • Communicate with city officials to facilitate project permit process.

  • Prepare project master schedule using MS Project with input from field superintendent. Adjust and periodically update.

STAY STRONG:

  • Provide overall budget and change management including project forecasting and project profitability.

  • Lead submission of request for information to design team members and ensure maintenance of RFI log updates.

  • Author project meeting minutes weekly.

  • Provide written correspondence to clients and/or subcontractors.

  • Manage all areas of change management including daily input of project costs including contracts, change orders, pending costs, purchase orders, labor, other, etc. Obtain necessary Owner approvals.

  • Ensure all required project documentation is comprehensive and completed accurately according to Company Policy and Procedure.

  • Lead all monthly job forecast meeting, reviewing buyout/actual/forecast projections.

  • Oversee all monthly project billings and required documentation for pay applications.

FINISH STRONG:

  • Review and direct the assembly of the Operations and Maintenance Manuals, As-builts, and other project documentation within time frames during final months of the project.

  • Lead process of archiving project documents upon receipt of final payment, and ensure information is filed in the warehouse.

  • Lead Punch List process including assigning of items to subtrade partners and ensure timely completion.

  • Maintain confidentiality of company business, subcontractor, and personnel issues.

Our mission is to deliver exceptional service that elevates our client's business. At Welsh, we are committed to bringing our client's vision to life, exceeding expectations, and bringing unparalleled level of customer service throughout the entire building experience. With over 40 years of experience and 30+ million square feet of projects in virtually ever sector of commercial construction, we provide each unique project with a full suite of comprehensive, fully integrated, worry-free construction services, all under one roof. Welsh Construction's skilled managers and professional field supervisors streamline the construction process, so their customers can stay focused on what matters to them most - maximizing their business.