100 Fallston Str. New Brighton, PA 15066
- Primary responsibility of the Project Manager (PM) is to provide management oversight for all phases of the projects to include work that is proceeding on the agreed schedule and within the contracted budget.
- Ensure that all contract requirements are fulfilled by maintaining continuous communication with the customer through the completion of the project.
- Thoroughly and completely understand all of the details of the project so the project will be completed at the lowest possible cost with the highest customer satisfaction. PM will communicate any project discrepancy to the customer or the sub-contractors using and RFI. PM will set up and manage an RFI log for the that is being performed.
- Communications will include direct and indirect persons participating in the progress of the work. Communications will be logged as those communications actually occur. All communications must be maintained in a direct or indirect method so that the details for the work are known to the PM. Direct and indirect persons are identified as project owner, customer, suppliers, sub-contractors, engineer of record and outside inspection services. PM must remain involved with all parties to ensure value and expedite the projects.
- PM must coordinate the work of both company furnished detailing services and detailing services provided by customers. Company' s standard detailing requirements must be used and maintained throughout the detailing process, regardless of who performs the work.
- PM must have a thorough understanding of structural steel design plans so that as early as possible in the project, a reconciliation of the as-bid documents and the approval for the detail drawings can be reviewed. This is done to ensure that the as-bid scope of work is being provided, errors or omissions are identified and corrected and that change orders can be developed to cover the associated " cost creep."
- The PM is responsible for the preparation of and the management of project change control orders. All changes that arise during the work from " scope creep or cost creep" must be identified and managed. All owner initiated changes must be reviewed for compliance by having shop drawings brought current with approved changes to the scope of work and an executed change order to pay for the change in scope is approved and added to the company' s contract. All " scope creep" identified as project owner initiated during the reconciliation review will be included in a request for change order that will define the cost and any added time that may be required. Changes not approved by the customer will not be performed.
- Changes that arise from subcontractors will be reviewed to to determine if the changes are owner caused changes or company caused changes which could result in a back charge.
- Assist in the selection of subcontractors that will perform work at the site for the Company and oversee the performance of the selected subcontractors as well as the proper administration of the contracted work.
- Ensure that all regulated Safety requirements imposed on the Company in its agreement with the customer are communicated and managed by the selected subcontractors.
- PM will provide assistance to the production control department to track and control production schedules and costs.
- Report to Company' s customer, as is required, on the status of and the progress of fabricated materials to be delivered to that customer as part of the agreement for services to be performed.
- PM will, from time to time, perform estimating assistance and provide production control assistance and other various tasks that may arise. Overlapping of duties will occur and is part of the job undertaken at the Company.