Construction Project Manager Jobs
Construction Project Manager Job Overview – MN and WI Road Construction Jobs
Construction Project Managers prioritize the safety and wellness of our team by administering the company safety program and policies, mitigate risk and manage overall productivity of the project with safety at the forefront.
Provide day-to-day project management of crews, equipment, and subcontractors on a wide variety of work from private and commercial contracts to state and federal contracts. Work with project owner/engineer to make field adjustments that save time and money. Maintain project schedules, monitor material needs and contract requirements. Maintain daily project quantity records and monitor job costs. Complete project pay applications and invoices.
Meet with private and public customers to understand scope of work and design projects. Review bid documents, complete quantity take-offs and develop production rates. Assist Area/Division Manager in completing estimate and submission of bids. Prepare and submit all successful bid contract documents and ensure paperwork is properly executed.
Coordinate with management, production crews and quality control department to ensure we are providing our customers the highest quality products and services every day.
The Construction Project Manager is under direct supervision of the Area/Division Manager.
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Construction Management or related field. Utilize effective communication skills and be comfortable developing relationships with customers and team members. Successful candidates will be self-motivated, goal-oriented and enjoy the entire project process from bidding to turning the project over to the owner. Must have a desire to work outside in a fast-paced environment.
Our Construction Project Managers and road construction crews complete work throughout Northwestern and West Central Wisconsin, including Amery, WI; Eau Claire, WI; Rice Lake, WI; Hudson, WI; River Falls, WI and surrounding communities.