The Project Manager’s primary role is to provide overall administrative and technical direction for multiple industrial projects in the $1M to $200M range with a focus on District Energy and Power Generation related projects. Working closely with the team (specifically with the Superintendent), the PM will manage all aspects of project delivery including cost management, budget forecasting, and scheduling and subcontract negotiations. Responsible for leading all aspects of a project’s construction phase and serve as the point person for daily interaction with the client and design team. PM will also have management responsibility for development and oversight of a project team.
- Ability to provide all aspects of financial management including cash flow, project cost projections, change orders, contingency management, general conditions, etc. utilizing the BOND financial management software
- Anticipate and manage any cost exposure
- Work with Accounting to provide the monthly pay application
- Understanding and implementation of the Subcontractor Payment Management software
- Understanding of how to implement Subcontract/Vendor contracts and Purchase Orders
- Be the primary interface with the Design Team and Owner
- Participate in Subcontractor procurement and developing scope sheets
- Lead weekly internal team meetings
- Solve construction issues that arise and settle disputes
- Participate in the project conceptualization, estimating and preconstruction process including design build and EPC delivery
- Assist in the development and maintenance of the construction schedule. Monitor schedule and collaborate with the team and subcontractors regularly to meet milestones.
- Support the Company Safety Program and participate in Safety training and meetings
- Analyze work load and staffing levels pro-actively and work to resolve issues related to manpower issues
- Design, operating, and commissioning experience with power generation equipment including combustion turbines and reciprocating engines.
- Design, operating, and commissioning experience with centrifugal chillers including electric, steam turbine, or absorption cycle including ancillary equipment and water treatment systems
- Design, operating, and commissioning experience with industrial scale water tube boilers, heat recovery steam generators, and ancillary equipment. Full understanding of the steam cycle including water treatment.
- Knowledge of advanced automation and controls systems including SCADA and electrical protection relays and coordination.
- Start-up and commissioning experience in an operating, mission critical facility.
- Understanding of College & University, Healthcare, and Utility markets.
- Must have strong ability to understand strategy of the “Master project plan” with ability to anticipate issues and opportunities.
- Demonstrated knowledge of construction cycle related to all aspects of scopes of work, estimates, plans and specifications
- Must have excellent organizational skills
- Be able to pro-actively influence and establish positive working relationships with unions, subcontractors and BOND employees.
- OSHA 30-Hour Training
- Must have a robust knowledge of Primavera Scheduling Software, Document Management Software, MS Project software, cost management software, Microsoft Office
- Willingness to travel and work on projects throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic
- BS/BA diploma in Engineering or related degree or equivalent work experience. Professional registration is a plus.
- Twelve plus years of related work experience in a similar environment