Consigli Construction Co., Inc. Assistant Project Manager in New York, New York
Assistant Project Manager
New York, NY
Interested in an outstanding opportunity to become part of a team with a stellar reputation as a community engaged Employer of Choice?
Established in 1905, Consigli has grown over the last 100 years from a local fourth generation family business into one of the largest construction managers and general contractors in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions that has now transitioned to 100-percent employee-ownership.
Ranked as one of the Best Places to Work by the Boston Globe, the Boston Business Journal, the Hartford Business Journal, and MaineBiz, our culture draws raw talent from college intern to seasoned veteran with substantial years of experience in their field. We credit empowerment, innovation and "thinking great" for our continual growth and success. Most importantly, we are thankful for our employees and are proud to have one of the most exciting project portfolios in the business.
Assistant Project Manager
The Assistant Project Manager (APM) will serve as a vital team member while assisting the Senior Project Manager and/or Project Manager on all aspects of a project. APM's will be expected to take on central roles for the oversight of the Project Engineer with a specific focus on document control (RFIs, submittals, material delivery, etc.), subcontractor coordination, design team communication, project reporting and overall representation of Consigli throughout the entirety of the project.
Serve as a main point of contact for communication with Owners, OPMs and Design Teams members.
Coordinate and provide input duringweekly meetings with subcontractors, design teams, and owner representatives to resolve field conflicts and drive resolution.
Support project cost and change management process:prepare reportsfor review with other team members and present at both Owner and internal meetings.
Assist in development of estimates and bid proposals for both lump sum and GMP projects.
Oversight/Management of Project Engineer and associated responsibilities including document Control, RFIs, Submittals, Material Delivery Trackingand Meeting Minutes.
Mentor: support, develop, and train supporting team members, including Project Engineers.
Maintain close relations with subcontractors, including early notification of submittal & material delivery schedule expectations.
Monitor executed subcontracts and insurance certificates; verify contracts and insurance are in place prior tocommencing work.
Coordinate with Project Scheduler to update and distribute project master schedule with input from Superintendent and project team.
Assist the project Superintendent and other team members in the resolution of all critical issues, RFI's, etc. with a focus onquality, cost and schedule; provide documentation as necessary.
Take ownership of thecloseout process: complete and implement project closeout checklist.
Manage close-out documentation (as-builts, O&Ms, warranties, test reports, etc.) for submission to Design Team and Owner.
Manage financial closeout process with subcontractors and Owner.
Punch List: Upload and distribute the punch list through Procore to subcontractors. Assist with coordinating work completion as required and maintain an accurate log of items to be completed.
Observations and Field Reports: work with project team to conduct field walks as necessary and compile any corresponding documentation accordingly.
Review Design Team field reports and work with required parties to resolve open items and drive to resolutions.
Safety: perform regular safety walks with field and safety staff and record observations.
A bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management, or similar.
3-5 years' experience within the construction field in project management, or similar role.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Familiarity with Procore Software.
Knowledge of industry safety standards.
An Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer
Consigli provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.
An Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer. Consigli provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.