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Our people are our single greatest asset. They bring it each day with talent, curiosity, humor, respect for the team, ambition, enthusiasm, dedication to learning, enjoyment of a challenge, satisfaction in a job well done, and a collaborative spirit.

It is the responsibility of an Assistant Project Manager (APM) to assist a Senior Project Manager, Project Executive and/or Vice President with an assigned project. It is imperative that the APM become familiar with all of Executive Construction’s Policies and Procedures and embrace our Core Values. In this developmental stage, the APM will develop and become proficient at the following Project Management duties, supporting his/her direct Supervisor, promoting the interest of Executive Construction in all matters.

Reports To: The Assistant Project Manager reports directly to a Senior Project Manager, Project Executive and/or Vice President.

Preconstruction / Estimating / Bidding

  • Visit project sites to familiarize yourself with existing site conditions
  • Identify trades required to complete the project / budget / bid
  • Prepare trade bid lists of qualified trade contractors
  • Prepare quantity take-offs, as required
  • Manage the distribution of budget / bidding documents (drawings / specifications) to the trade contractors
  • Review trade budgets / bids, confirming responses are in accordance with project documents and inclusive of all required scope
  • Become efficient at compiling detailed trade scope sheets for bid review
  • Assist supervisor in the final completion of a budget / bid
  • Become familiar with Executive Construction’s Self-Perform Group and develop skills to understand how to best leverage this benefit to our customers
  • Become familiar with General Conditions and what is included within these costs
  • Develop understanding of construction sequence and become proficient in generating detailed project schedules, and identifying and tracking long lead items for material

Contracts / Proposals

  • Become familiar with the contract types that are typically entered into with Executive Construction’s clients, understanding the contractual variations of each (LS Contract vs. GMP (at Risk), etc.)

Purchasing

  • Assist supervisor in utilizing detailed trade scope sheets completed during the trade bidding phase, review for accuracy, and confirm that all applicable scope accounted for
  • Assist in the preparation of detailed purchase orders and subcontract agreements; and develop an understanding of the importance of timely and accurate trade contract issuances, coordinated with the project schedule and material procurement
  • Formulate submittal tracking log, review submittals for contract compliance, and distribute to all impacted team members. Manage timely submittals to comply with the project schedule and material lead times.

Job Management

  • Participate in job startup meetings / weekly progress meetings
  • Coordinate job meeting minutes, agenda, etc. with supervisor
  • Develop public speaking and presentation skills to effectively manage and run weekly meeting
  • Develop knowledge of Viewpoint and cost tracking protocols to properly manage the finances of the Project
  • Assist in the solicitation of change order pricing from trade contractors, review for accuracy and completeness, and track and monitor with oversight from supervisor
  • Assist in the preparation and track Requests for Information, understanding the urgency for timely response in compliance with schedule milestones
  • Make every effort to visit the job site daily, or as many times a week as possible, to observe progress, witness Means & Methods for construction activities, track schedule, and communicate with and support the Superintendent
  • Develop awareness for quality control and safety protocol while walking the project site
  • Assistant in gathering and preparing closeout documentation, as required

Technology

  • Develop skills in project management software, including Viewpoint, On-Screen, Bluebeam, Microsoft Project, Microsoft PowerPoint, etc.

Accounting

  • Assist in the preparation of monthly invoices, walking the project and confirming percent complete of each trade contractor billing for the month

Training

  • Participate in all in-house training sessions, job site tours, etc.

Values

Understand and embrace our core values throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers. We champion:

  • A highly principled approach to business
  • Unwavering integrity
  • Collaborative teams committed to shared success
  • Giving back to those who need assistance in the communities where we live and work through our energy, time, and corporate support.

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Assistant Superintendent is responsible to support Senior Superintendents on assigned projects in order to complete the work on time, within budget, and to the highest quality while serving as Executive Construction’s field representative. In the performance of this role, the Assistant Superintendent will learn various trade disciplines and means and methods; protect and promote the interest of Executive Construction in all matters; interface with the client / owner; design and real estate partners; building representatives; and vendor and trade contractors; and take action as required to execute the following duties.

REPORTS TO

The Assistant Superintendent reports directly to a Senior Superintendent, the Director of Field Operations, and Project Executive or Vice President on an assigned project.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Preconstruction

  • Become familiar with and support constructability review process
  • Become familiar with and support logistics planning process
  • Attend pre-bid meetings and walk-throughs, as required
  • Attend trade contractor scope reviews prior to trade award

Scheduling

  • Develop skillset to identify and track long-lead items and material procurement
  • Assist Senior Superintendent in preparation and distribution of look-ahead schedules
  • Assist in the preparation and distribution of focus schedules
  • Become familiar with the inspection process and assist Senior Superintendent in coordination of all required inspections; i.e., municipal and material
  • Support Senior Superintendent in scheduling all trade and manpower activities for logical and efficient workflow

Job Management

  • Present a professional appearance and demeanor at all times
  • Assist in preparation and distribution detailed Daily Construction Reports (DCRs)
  • Attend weekly trade contractor coordination meetings and prepare detailed meeting minutes
  • Become familiar with scheduling Executive Construction direct labor
  • Attend Owner-Architect-Executive Construction (OAC) meetings and provide input on schedule and field issues when appropriate
  • Prepare and maintain emergency contact list
  • Develop communication skills and sensitivity to the needs of the entire team including the building landlord
  • Attend startup meetings with trade contractors to review scope of work, schedule, and safety requirements
  • Become familiar with general contract and subcontract requirements and enforce all terms of these agreements
  • Assist in Quality Assurance / Quality Control efforts, including inspection and approval of work product
  • Become familiar with the Request for Information (RFI) process and recommend solutions
  • Review, maintain, understand, and organize project documents; i.e., drawings, specifications, supplemental sketches, shop drawings, and approved submittals
  • Seek opportunities to enhance project efficiency
  • Become familiar with processes for field-initiated trade contractor requests
  • Become familiar with project closeout, including punch list completion, as-built review, and attic stock demobilization
  • Track jobsite tools and equipment
  • Utilize Sway software to create and publish weekly progress photos

Safety

  • Comply with Executive Construction project site signage and branding protocol
  • Become familiar with and enforce all Executive Construction and OSHA safety rules
  • Attend Executive Construction safety-related training sessions
  • Maintain current OSHA-required certifications; i.e., 30 Hour, CPR, and scaffold
  • Maintain a clean work site
  • Perform weekly safety inspections, document findings, and implement corrections
  • Perform same-day accident / incident reporting to Director of Field Operations, Safety Director, and project team
  • Prepare and maintain Emergency Action Plan for each project
  • Support project team as needed to address issues as they arise
  • Track trade contractor insurance
  • Host and present weekly “tool box talk” training sessions

Training

  • Participate in Executive Construction’s training program

Business Development

  • Enhance Executive Construction’s reputation with clients and partners through your performance
  • Develop presentation skills

TECHNOLOGY

Develop skills and maintain proficiency in project management software including Bluebeam Revu and Field Work Center; and Microsoft software including Project, Sway, Dynamics 365, and Office 365 programs: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, OneDrive, and SharePoint.

VALUES

Upholds the core values of Executive Construction throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers.

  • Performance
  • Resourcefulness
  • Integrity
  • Sensitivity
  • Teamwork

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

REPORTS TO

The Controller reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

RESPONSIBILITIES

It is the responsibility of the Controller to supervise the day-to-day operations of the Accounting department. The Controller is also responsible for all General Ledger (G/L) accounts and activity for ECHI and all subsidiaries (including 235 Fencl LLC, Fencl Partners and Executive Construction Foundation) and to take actions as required to perform the following duties.

Supervisory

  • Oversee timely billing of jobs on a monthly basis
  • Monitor payroll and monthly union reports
  • Understand status of sub payouts by monitoring the money-collected list, waiver-collection list, and checks being held
  • Understand and communicate status of Accounts Receivable (A/R)
    • Maintain and analyze charts for PM / Management on collection and billing status
    • Update “Monday morning Accounts Receivable chart”
    • Communicate issues to project teams and the Management Team

General Ledger

Monthly Repsonsibilities

  • Reconcile G/L accounts; i.e., A/R, Accounts Payable (A/P), cash, job costs, and billings
  • Prepare monthly reports for the CFO / Management Team
  • Review G&A ledger against budget

Quarterly Responsibilities

  • Reconcile G/L accounts (ALL G/L accounts)
  • Review Quarterly PM reconciliation reports for all active projects
  • Prepare Work-In-Progress schedule
  • Review G&A ledger against budget; adjust G&A forecast
  • Assist CFO in preparing financial reports
  • Prepare quarterly financial statements for all companies
  • Prepare job cost entries for safety and builders’ risk charges

Annual Responsibilities

  • Develop annual cash flow projection with quarterly updates
  • All year-end-close activities for all companies
  • Prepare annual G&A budget forecast
  • Assist with property and casualty insurance renewals by preparing all applications and projections for year-end payroll and sales, and upcoming payroll and sales

Other Projects

  • Develop billing rates and job cost rates to coincide with mandated union adjustments and workers’ compensation renewals
  • Report jobs with Builder’s Risk Policies to insurance company
  • Work with Tax Consultant for preparation of Quarterly tax payments (distributions) and Shareholder distributions
  • On a monthly basis, prepare certain reports:
    • Financial data snapshot report
    • Superintendent time charged to G&A
    • Trade contractor awards
  • Oversee the reporting of 401k deferral and matching amounts weekly to Vanguard
  • Annual reporting of 401k profit sharing adder to Vanguard
  • Oversee the completion of Federal, as well as various state’s withholdings and unemployment reports
  • Complete state sales tax reports as needed
  • Manage state licenses and the expiration dates
  • Manage corporate accounts for American Express, Wex Gas, and I-Pass
  • Prepare various financial schedules as directed by the CFO or other Principals

Communication

  • Main contact to outside financial partners; i.e., bankers, auditors, and tax personnel
    • Prepare all audit / tax schedules for annual audit / tax reporting
    • Serve as the contact between the audit team and Project Managers
    • Monitor and report all Builder’s Risk jobs
    • Includes tracking cost estimates given to Project Managers
  • Support and interact with Project Managers on a daily basis
  • Manage trade contractor prequalification reports and communicate findings to the team

TECHNOLOGY

  • Proficient in Viewpoint and Microsoft Office: Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word

VALUES

Understand and embrace the core values of Executive Construction throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers.

  • Performance
  • Resourcefulness
  • Integrity
  • Sensitivity
  • Teamwork

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

REPORTS TO

The Project Accountant reports directly to the Accounting Manager.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

It is the responsibility of a Project Accountant to prepare client invoices and assists the Accounting Manager with tasks relating to the general ledger, including but not limited to accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll expense, and accrual accounts. In the performance of this role, the Project Accountant is responsible to protect and promote the interest of Executive Construction in all matters and to take actions as required to perform the following duties.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Full Project Billing and Payment Cycle

  • Prepare client invoices for 5-7 Project Managers (PMs)
  • Collect trade contractor payments and lien waiver
  • Work closely with PMs to solidify accurate sworn statements
  • Work closely with PMs to ensure all documentation is in order for timely pay application issuance resulting in timely payment from owner

Job Costing

  • Process trade contractor and material invoices
  • Set up new jobs / projects into accounting software

General Ledger

  • Assist in monthly / quarterly reconciliation of general ledger accounts
  • Assist in preparation of documents needed for annual audit
  • Other miscellaneous special projects as assigned by the Controller or Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Miscellaneous

  • Inform supervisor of all important issues and ask for help when needed
  • Develop communication skills and sensitivity to needs of the entire team
  • Organize and implement timely project closeout
  • Prepare and process weekly or bi-weekly payroll and tax payments
  • Prepare and file quarterly and annual payroll returns and W-2s

TECHNOLOGY

Develop skills and maintain proficiency in project management software including Viewpoint and Access; Adobe Acrobat; and Microsoft software including Dynamics 365, and Office 365 programs: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, OneDrive, and SharePoint.

 

VALUES

Understand and embrace the core values of Executive Construction throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers.

  • Performance
  • Resourcefulness
  • Integrity
  • Sensitivity
  • Teamwork

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

It is the responsibility of a Project Manager (PM) to supervise and coordinate single or multiple projects in order to complete the work on time, within the budget and to the quality specified, while serving as Executive Construction’s representative on the Owner-Architect-Executive Construction team. In the performance of this role, the PM is responsible for protecting and promoting the interest of Executive Construction in all matters and to take actions as required to perform the following duties.

REPORTS TO

The Project Manager reports directly to a Senior Project Manager (SPM), Project Executive (PX), or Vice President (VP).

RESPONSIBILITIES

Preconstruction

  • Participate with Owner / Architect / Executive Construction team through preconstruction phase

  • Support various phases of preconstruction through contract execution

  • Assist in development of the master project schedule

  • Support presentation effort and response

  • Develop strong presentation skills

  • Support Project Team in Permit procurement

Estimating / Bidding

  • Visit the site to familiarize yourself with site conditions

  • Assist in preparation of estimates

  • Prepare quantity takeoffs, as required

  • Evaluate feasibility of utilizing self-perform labor / SPE

  • Prepare bidder’s list of qualified subcontractors; review with SPM and/or PX

  • Organize the distribution of drawings and specifications to subcontractors for bid

  • Prepare the estimate for Executive Construction (GCs) for the proposal; review with SPM and/or PX

  • Review subcontractor bids, prepare detailed bid spread sheets and identify any qualifications or clarifications to bid

  • Assist in bid day activities

Contracts / Proposals

  • Assist in preparation of proposals to client

  • Have complete knowledge of general contract and subcontract requirements and enforce all terms of these agreements

Purchasing

  • Utilize detailed trade scope sheets completed during the trade bidding phase, review for accuracy and confirm that all applicable scope is accounted for

  • Prepare and issue detailed purchase orders and subcontract agreements; monitor timeliness of purchases in accordance with the project schedule

  • Ascertain through Project Assistants that all subcontractors have current insurance coverage and executed contracts before the sub starts work in the field

  • Expedite shop drawings, submission and approvals through the use of a material procurement log, complying with the project schedule

  • Qualify and identify long lead time items; pre-purchase materials as required by schedule

  • Use good judgment and fairness when awarding projects and managing trade contracts to qualified contractors

Job Management

  • Initiate job start-up meetings / weekly progress meetings; prepare job meeting minutes and bring all appropriate meeting materials

  • Prepare all budget reports

  • Prepare, track and negotiate contract change orders; secure Owner’s timely approval of all contract changes

  • Prepare and track Request for Information

  • Support Field Superintendents in all areas, visiting the project site weekly

  • Initiate and manage all quality control procedures for the project

  • Support Executive Construction’s safety program with the Safety Director and Project Superintendent

  • Keep supervisor aware of all important issues and ask for help when needed

  • Develop communication skills and sensitivity to the needs of the entire team

  • Organize and implement timely project closeout

Accounting

  • Accurately and completely prepare the PA/CA form

  • Manage the timely and accurate applications for payment to the Owner

  • Manage Executive Construction cash flow for each project

  • Process all trade contractor pay requests and change orders in a timely manner

  • Track payment applications to ensure timely payments; detailed tracking of every step of the payment process must be documented in the OAC meeting minutes

Training

  • Participate in Executive Construction’s training program.

  • Recommend training topics and lessons learned

Business Development

  • Enhance Executive Construction’s reputation with the Client / Architect / Subcontractor through performance and collaboration with all project partners: client, architect, engineer, trade contractors, building engineers

  • Expand your network by planning and attending appropriate social and business events

TECHNOLOGY

Develop skills and maintain proficiency in project management software including Bluebeam Revu, On Screen Takeoff, and Viewpoint; BuildingConnected and comparable bidding software; and Microsoft software including Project, Dynamics 365, and Office 365 programs: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, OneDrive, and SharePoint.

VALUES

Understand and embrace the core values of Executive Construction throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers.

  • Performance

  • Resourcefulness

  • Integrity

  • Sensitivity

  • Teamwork

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • 5+ years of data center / mission critical facilities construction experience

  • Strong knowledge of MEP & FP, and mission critical systems

  • Completed data center / mission critical projects greater than $5M preferred (please include a list of projects completed with resume)

  • Efficient in MS Project, Bluebeam, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Outlook

  • Ability to build and maintain strong working relationships

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Willingness to travel (but not required)

JOB DESCRIPTION

It is the responsibility of a Project Manager (PM) to supervise and coordinate single or multiple projects in order to complete the work on time, within the budget and to the quality specified, while serving as Executive Construction’s representative on the Owner-Architect-Executive Construction (OAC) team. In the performance of this role, the PM is responsible to protect and promote the interest of Executive Construction in all matters and to take actions as required to perform the following duties.

REPORTS TO

The Project Manager reports directly to a Senior Project Manager (SPM), Project Executive (PX), or Vice President.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Preconstruction

  • Participate with OAC team through preconstruction phase

  • Support various phases of preconstruction through contract execution

  • Assist in the development of the master project schedule

  • Support presentation effort and response

  • Develop strong presentation skills

  • Support project team in permit procurement

Estimating / Bidding

  • Visit the site to familiarize yourself with the site conditions

  • Assist in the preparation of estimates

  • Prepare quantity takeoffs, as required

  • Evaluate feasibility of utilizing self-perform labor / SPE

  • Prepare bidder’s list of qualified subcontractors; review with SPM and/or PX

  • Organize the distribution of drawings and specifications out to subcontractors for bid

  • Prepare the estimate for Executive Construction (general conditions) for the proposal; review with SPM and/or PX

  • Review subcontractor bids, prepare detailed bid spreadsheets, and identify any qualifications or clarifications to bid

  • Assist in bid day activities

Contracts / Proposals

  • Assist in preparation of proposals to client

  • Have complete knowledge of general contract and subcontract requirements and enforce all terms of these agreements

Purchasing

  • Utilize detailed trade scope sheets completed during the trade bidding phase, review for accuracy and confirm that all applicable scope accounted for

  • Prepare and issue detailed purchase orders and subcontract agreements; monitor timeliness of purchases in accordance with the project schedule

  • Ascertain through Project Assistants that all trade contractors have current insurance coverage and executed contracts before the contractor starts work in the field

  • Expedite shop drawings submission and approvals through the use of a material procurement log, complying with the project schedule

  • Qualify and identify long-lead time items. Pre-purchase materials as required by schedule

  • Use good judgment and fairness when awarding projects and managing trade contracts to qualified contractors

Job Management

  • Initiate job startup meetings / weekly progress meetings. Prepare job meeting minutes and bring all appropriate meeting materials

  • Prepare all budget reports

  • Prepare, track, and negotiate contract change orders; secure owner’s timely approval of all contract changes

  • Prepare and track Requests for Information

  • Support Superintendents in all areas, visiting the project site weekly

  • Initiate and manage all quality control procedures for the project

  • Support Executive Construction’s safety program with Safety Director and Superintendent

  • Keep supervisor aware of all important issues and ask for help when needed

  • Develop communication skills and sensitivity to the needs of the entire team

  • Organize and implement timely project closeout

Accounting

  • Accurately and completely prepare Project Authorization / Contract Authorization (PA/CA) form

  • Manage timely and accurate Applications for Payment to the owner

  • Manage Executive Construction cash flow for each project

  • Process all trade contractor pay requests and change orders in a timely manner

  • Track payment applications to ensure timely payments; detailed tracking of every step of the payment process must be documented in OAC meeting minutes

Training

  • Participate in Executive Construction’s training program

  • Recommend training topics and lessons learned

Business Development

  • Enhance Executive Construction’s reputation through performance and collaboration with all project partners: client, architect, engineer, trade contractors, building engineers

  • Expand your network by planning and attending appropriate social and business events

TECHNOLOGY

Develop skills and maintain proficiency in project management software including Bluebeam Revu, On Screen Takeoff, and Viewpoint; BuildingConnected and comparable bidding software; and Microsoft software including Project, Dynamics 365, and Office 365 programs: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, OneDrive, and SharePoint.

VALUES

Upholds the core values of Executive Construction throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers.

  • Performance

  • Resourcefulness

  • Integrity

  • Sensitivity

  • Teamwork

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • 5+ years of data center / mission critical facilities construction experience

  • Strong knowledge of MEP & FP, and mission critical systems

  • Completed data center / mission critical projects greater than $5M (please include a list of projects completed with resume)

  • Efficient in MS Project, Bluebeam, and Microsoft Outlook

  • Willingness to travel (but not required)

JOB DESCRIPTION

It is the responsibility of a Superintendent to supervise and coordinate assigned projects in order to complete the work on time, within budget, and to the highest quality while serving as Executive Construction’s field representative. The Superintendent is responsible to protect and promote the interests of Executive Construction in all matters. In the performance of this role, the Superintendent will interface with the owner, design team, and building representatives, and inspectors, and take actions as required to execute the following duties.

REPORTS TO

The Superintendent reports directly to the Director of Field Operations, and Project Executive or Vice President.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Preconstruction

  • Assist in the development of the Master Project Schedule

  • Develop strong presentation skills

  • Support constructability reviews

  • Support logistics planning

  • Attend pre-bid meetings and walk-throughs, as required

  • Attend trade contractor scope reviews prior to trade award

Scheduling

  • Track long-lead items and material procurement

  • Prepare and distribute look-ahead schedules

  • Prepare and distribute focus schedules

  • Coordinate all required inspections (municipal, material, etc.)

  • Schedule all trade and manpower activities for logical and efficient workflow

  • Identify schedule slippage and provide a recovery plan

Job Management

  • Present a professional appearance and demeanor at all times

  • Prepare and distribute detailed Daily Construction Reports (DCRs)

  • Host weekly trade contractor coordination meetings and provide detailed meeting minutes

  • Proactively manage and report Executive Construction direct labor

  • Take lead at Owner-Architect-Executive Construction (OAC) meetings on schedule and field issues

  • Prepare and maintain emergency contact list

  • Develop communication skills and sensitivity to the needs of the entire team including landlord

  • Hold startup meetings with trade contractors to review scope of work, schedule, and safety requirements

  • Have complete knowledge of general contract and subcontract requirements and enforce all terms of these agreements

  • Manage QA / QC program, including inspection and approval of work product

  • Assist in the preparation of Requests for Information (RFI), providing recommended solutions for consideration

  • Maintain / understand / organize documents (drawings, specs, supplemental sketches, shop drawings, approved submittals, etc.)

  • Seek opportunities to enhance project efficiencies

  • Manage and communicate field-initiated trade contactor field requests

  • Manage efficient and timely project closeout including punch list completion, as-built review, attic stock demobilization, etc.

  • Track jobsite tools and equipment

  • Utilize Sway to create and publish weekly progress photos

Safety

  • Comply with Executive Construction job signage and branding protocol

  • Enforce all Executive Construction / OSHA safety rules

  • Attend Executive Construction training sessions

  • Maintain current OSHA required certifications (30-hour, CPR, scaffold, etc.)

  • Maintain a clean work site

  • Perform weekly safety inspections and document findings and make corrections

  • Same day accident / incident reporting to Director of Field Operations, Safety Director, and project team

  • Prepare and maintain Emergency Action Plan for each project

  • Support project team as needed to address issues as they arise

  • Track trade contractor insurance

  • Host and present weekly tool box talks

Training

  • Participate in Executive Construction’s training program

  • Recommend training topics and lessons learned

Business Development

  • Enhance Executive Construction’s reputation through performance and collaboration with all project partners: client, architect, engineer, trade contractors, building engineers

  • Expand your network by planning and attending appropriate social and business events

VALUES

Upholds the core values of Executive Construction throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers.

  • Performance

  • Resourcefulness

  • Integrity

  • Sensitivity

  • Teamwork

 

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Engineer manages the planning, visualization, and computer modeling of building projects. They work closely with project executives, superintendents, project managers, engineers, BIM modelers, architects, and clients to create a cohesive construction plan and support field operations. In the performance of this role, the VDC Engineer will become a strategic asset within a growing business unit and is responsible to protect and promote the interest of Executive Construction in all matters and to take actions as required to perform the following duties

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • 3+ years of experience in the Architecture Engineering Construction (AEC) industry, in particular, architectural, structural, and MEP coordination

  •  A degree in construction management, engineering, or architecture

  • Minimum 3+ years of experience with VDC / BIM related processes

  • Solid knowledge of construction principles and practices required

  • Strong understanding of project workflow

  • Experience dealing with subcontracts, trade contractors, and/or self-perform work is a plus

  • Ability to make reliable and accurate conclusions based on gathered information

  • Ability to educate project team on software and workflows utilized throughout the construction process

  • Ability to read and understand contract documents and drawings

  • Must be willing and able to travel nationwide and relocate (?) to a jobsite

  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment

  • Strong communication skills

REPORTS TO

The VDC Engineer reports directly to the VDC Director.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible to produce 2D- and 3D-construction models from base information per project documents under immediate supervision

  • Utilize collaboration system (Navisworks) to coordinate model content with other project trades

  • Work with supervision to learn and understand the VDC process and procedures, as well as project specific requirements

  • Attend meetings that are applicable to the scope of work, as required

  • Participate in the evaluation of any new software and upgrades of existing software

  • Assist with reality capture; i.e., 3D Laser Scan, Matteport, photos, and drone work; in the field, as needed

TECHNOLOGY

  • 3+ years of experience with Autodesk Revit and Navisworks in a professional environment

  • Advanced proficiency with Autodesk Building Design Suite; i.e., Revit, Assemble Systems, AutoCAD, Navisworks, 3DS Max; Reconstruct; VICO Office; and BIM 360 cloud-based technology

  • Experience with reality capture, in particular, FARO Systems

VALUES

Understand and embrace the core values of Executive Construction throughout your daily interactions with internal and external customers.

  • Performance

  • Resourcefulness

  • Integrity

  • Sensitivity

  • Teamwork

 

Executive Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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