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Construction Manager

US-PA-Philadelphia
3 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-1356
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering - Facility/Construction

Overview

Construction Manager (CM): 

  • Construction oversight post award experience
  • Project Engineer experience

CM shall provide a broad range of facility engineering and support services to develop and execute facility and utility requirement plans for the full range of projects executed by NAVFAC MIDLANT, including minor works projects, specific projects, special projects, military construction (MILCON), demolitions, maintenance, space utilization and facilities development related to a specific functional area. The services also include preparation of designs for existing facilities requiring extensive alterations, modifications or repair to extend their useful life.

Responsibilities

CM shall have experience in design and engineering for facility design and construction. Have working level knowledge of the DoD Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC), Building Code Analysis, Microsoft Office Software Suite, AutoCAD, Specs Intact, and cost estimating software for the construction of facilities from design documentation. Documents developed may be in the form of study reports, funding documents (such as DD1391), A&E fee estimates, requests-for-proposals for design-build projects, plans, specifications, reports, and cost estimates. CM will assist in the preparation of project and contract modification cost estimates, working with available cost estimation tools as well as independent research and utilizing professional experience.
CM shall have experience coordinating with all engineering/design disciplines, programming, scheduling, planning, design and construction related matters from "cradle-to-grave," and required actions to coordinate delivery of individual projects, packages and complexes.

CM shall have experience coordinating with customers and sponsor commands, integrating requirements into the overall project execution, and reporting project status to NAVFAC Midlant. All staff will be responsible for executing project schedules within budgets.
CM shall reviews plans, specifications, cost estimates, project documents and reports submitted by A&E firms for technical adequacy, completeness, functional design, sound engineering practice, compliance with NAVFAC and DOD criteria and all applicable codes.  Supports the Government as the final authority on scope compliance and directs the Architecture and Engineering (A&E) firm to correct deficiencies unless challenged by the contract A&E of record.

CM shall ensure that the final submittals are complete and satisfactory.
CM shall initiate field trips to project site during scoping, design and construction.  Interfaces with customer and other interested parties providing expert consultation and gathering pertinent information required to complete project.

CM shall inspect existing conditions of a site and of a facility to gather information. Reviews for Government approval contractor’s materials, submittals, shop drawings, and schedules to ensure they conform to the requirements of the contract documents and when necessary, visits construction sites to provide advice to the Government on problems arising during construction.

 

Staff shall adhere to the dress code used by NAVFAC MIDLANT, which is business attire. Staff shall conduct themselves in a responsible and professional manner suitable for a government, business, and engineering office setting.  Staff shall perform their duties with diligence, professional competence, good attitude, and professional behavior, independent of, and without the supervision of any Government official.
Performance shall include good attitude and cooperation with others, while demonstrating willingness to work with others to promote best interests of the Navy and Marine Corps; minimizes personal difficulties; keeps open mind to suggestions of others; emphasizes positive aspects; provides cooperative service to all operating units; and responsive to task direction.
Staff shall demonstrate excellent communication skills in writing and orally. Staff shall keep appropriate Government personnel apprised of progress and problems.

Qualifications

  • CONFIDENTIAL clearance required
  •  Bachelor Degree from an ABET accredited Engineering or Engineering Technology program
  • Minimum of 5 continuous years of experience in the design and engineering of HVAC and Mechanical systems for facilities
  • Minimum of 1 year experience working on Capital Improvement facility projects for a Federal Agency.
  • It is preferred but not required that candidates have professional registration/licensing for their disciplines and be a USGBC LEED accredited professional.

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