Construction Project Manager or Assistant Project Manager


As a Project Manager or Assistant Project Manager, you will act as the Owner's representative and manage all activities associated with the development and construction of multifamily projects while adhering to the project schedule, budget, lender and/or ownership requirements. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Responsible to plan, schedule, organize, direct, control and evaluate construction projects.
  • Responsible for construction project management from pre-construction services to project close-out including preliminary budgeting, bidding, scheduling, estimating, value engineering, permitting, subcontractor selection & buyout, drafting subcontracts & scopes of work, shop drawing review & coordination, product expediting, subcontractor coordination, cost control, submittals, RFIs negotiation of change orders with subcontractors, and project close-out.
  • Manage, schedule, and track material deliveries.
  • Responsible for subcontractor draws, GC draws to the bank, project cost controls, and final close-out.
  • Plan and prepare construction schedules and monitor progress against established schedules.
  • Prepare contracts and exhibits and negotiate revisions to contractual agreements with consultants, suppliers, and subcontractors.
  • Hire and supervise the activities of subcontractors and subordinate staff.
  • Prepare consulting agreements, perform plan reviews, facilitate submissions to authorities having jurisdiction, and secure permits and certificates of occupancy.
  • Prepare monthly reports to accurately communicate budget, schedule, controls, and overall project progress.
  • Assist development team on entitlement processes and manage consultants (geotechnical, environmental, zoning, traffic, code review, accessibility, civil, architects, structural, MEP/FP, lighting, landscape, peer reviews, etc.).

Qualifications (required): Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in construction management or other related fields; and a minimum of (7) seven years’ related experience in a wood frame or high-rise multifamily construction in Texas (preferably in Houston).

We are an equal opportunity employer and support workforce diversity.

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