Structural integrate technology driven solutions with specialty contracting services to improve, protect, and enhance the existing infrastructure of owners directly, and in partnership with designers and contractors.

More Uses of the Construction Management Toolkit:

  • Manage work with suppliers, architects, designers, building owners, facility management and general contractors to choose products that fit budget.
  • Steer: work closely with teams to identify resources and collaborate in the planning and implementation of projects across the entire network.
  • Oversee the projects are managed in the field in conjunction with all installation focused associates and subcontractors.
  • Create an environment of continuous improvement, encouraging all team members to seek opportunities for innovative changes that increase efficiency and quality.
  • Pilot: conduct business in a professional and ethical manner to potential buyers, trade partners, external officials, and coworkers to reinforce goodwill and profitability for your organization.
  • Ensure your organization complies; as an industry leader in program and Construction Management, you partner with clients to support projects from concept to completion.
  • Devise: through smart design, Construction Management, and facilities maintenance management, you rethink industry needs to help keep clients on the cutting edge and add value to a project.
  • Secure that your venture complies; controls change/scope creep, ensuring that all scope changes are quickly and properly documented, and that change orders are approved prior to the performance of work.
  • Manage work with multiple teams to audit and maintain proprietary databases and reporting dashboards for accurate and timely reporting.
  • Collaborate and provide review and guidance during the preparation of contract specifications, drawings, scope, schedule, and budget.
  • Be accountable for inspecting or directing the inspection of construction and installation progress to ensure conformance to established drawings, specifications and schedules.
  • Generate monthly job cost commitment reports, monitor, and adjust over/under billings, and anticipate profit projections.
  • Interact with appropriate internal and external personnel to clearly and thoroughly communicate proper standards and expectations and respond to and resolve any concerns.
  • Confirm your team coordinates with project management, design engineering, procurement, project controls and other functional departments and personnel in establishing and maintaining priorities to ensure the success of the project.
  • Be accountable for supervising the detailed design, budgetary costing, standardized construction, and final inspection of facility projects.
  • Be accountable for contracting ensure all contracts, job start and other purchasing items are accurate, thorough, completed and distributed by the scheduled due dates.
  • Collect and validate construction market, lease up, performance and benchmark data from various internal and external sources.
  • Organize, plan and manage special inspections, installation and testing of equipment, systems, and instrumentation and controls.
  • Standardize: review plans and specifications for specific projects to ensure compliance with established construction standards, applicable codes and regulations.
  • Organize: facility solutions through strategic space planning, design and specification strategies, build outs of new spaces, and continuous improvements of existing spaces.
  • Select and coordinate work of subcontractors working on various phases of the project, overseeing performance of subcontractors.
  • Confirm your team oversees quality control staff who ensure, through a materials testing process that contractors are in compliance with uniform standard specifications.
  • Identify: regularly communicate with project managers, project designers, project architects and engineers to understand any changes to project design, scope, schedule and budget.
  • Confirm your organization supports the planning and estimating stage of projects to ensure the most efficient, safe, and economical form system are incorporated into the project design.
  • Meet with internal strategic engineering groups, operations, network teams and business units to collect detailed project requirements.
  • Provide related feedback to the deployment, development, and engineering team on how to design equipment and sites for better/faster/cheaper site builds.
  • Make sure that your group writes contracts and purchase orders using organization boilerplate language to document all ordered work, schedules, projected costs, change orders and technical specifications.
  • Manage work with schedules and learns to coordinate projects in logical steps and budget the time necessary to meet each deadline.
  • Ensure you boost; understand and be exposed to all aspects of the real estate lifecycle with a focus on acquisition, development, construction and business plan implementation.
  • Establish and maintain close working relationships with management, colleagues, team members, internal and external stakeholders.

 

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