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Project Manager (Civil) - Lynnfield, MA
TPC currently self-performs all aspects of sitework, on large-scale multifamily projects in suburban and urban environments, including specialty work such as seawall revetments, soil-nailing, ground improvements, general earthwork, utility work and landscape site improvements.

The Project Manager will be responsible for managing assigned projects as well as the personnel of the sitework division, and should be an experienced and motivated individual, able to work equally well in a collaborative team environment, or individually leading his or her assigned projects and team.

Responsibilities Include: Manage the day-to-day operations of the sitework division, including personnel, as well as general sitework project management; Promote workplace safety, encouraging safe work practices and ensuring compliance with safety policies; Independently prepare takeoffs and cost estimates are different stages of design; Develop project organizational chart, jobsite material storage plan, and submittal log; Collaborate with project engineers, project managers and superintendents to develop and maintain a competent/thorough schedule; Prepare and approve schedules of values; Review, signoff, and manage the budget for the entire duration of the project; Conduct scope reviews of all subcontracts and purchase orders; Prepare submittal schedules, and write up, review and submit all submittals for approval; Update and manage the project change order log; Check in and coordinate with project superintendents and all project activities to ensure adherence to scheduled milestones; Conduct regular progress meetings with project team; Review all applications for payments and ensure compliance with owner payment procedures; Attend final walkthrough to complete the project punch list and conduct a project closeout meeting to include any pertinent documentation; Track and report inconsistencies in project activities or production; Provide support to other firm operations including development, management and estimating as needed; Ensure payment of any remaining retainage and receipt of final payment from owner; Assist with managing time-sensitive special projects and other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
- Minimum 5 years’ experience working in civil construction, or comparable construction experience.
- Current OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 card; or the ability to acquire a current card.
- Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or Civil Engineering.
- Knowledge of construction practices and procedures.
- Familiarity with state and local agency policies and procedures.
- Proficient in utilizing Procore, Microsoft office applications, and other construction management software programs.
- Ability to read plans, specifications, and special provisions, and convey this information to others.
- Able to work in a team-oriented environment efficiently and effectively.
- Aptitude in math, strong problem-solving abilities and conflict resolution skills.
- Ability to look at issues from various different angles effectively problem solve for the good of the project and the team.

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