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Pacific Building, Inc. is a commercial general contractor committed to building superior quality commercial and retail construction that exceeds our client’s expectations. We build upon our client’s vision and create relationships which, through teamwork, provide a consistently superior customer experience and meet our own high expectations. Through our application process, we seek team players who will work with us to carry on that tradition. Because we gather certain types of personal information about those who apply for a position, we want to help you understand how Pacific Building handles information that you submit to us.

The Personal Information We Collect About You

The only information that Pacific Building collects about you through the application process is the information that you submit to Pacific Building through filling out and faxing our application to our Main Office (fax 209 833-7009). Pacific Building will collect other information about you “off-line”, for example, through an interview or reference checks.

How We Use Your Personal Information

Pacific Building, Inc. will use the information that you submit, as well as the information that it collects about you off-line, to decide whether to offer you a position. If you are hired, Pacific Building will use the information as necessary to administer the employment relationship. Pacific Building will retain the information you submit in your on-line application consistent with applicable state and federal law.

Sharing Your Personal Information With Third Parties

Pacific Building will not sell any information that you submit with your on-line application to brokers, marketing firms or to any other third party.

We may extend an offer of employment to you subject to the completion of a background check. In those circumstances, we will share the personal information that you have submitted on-line with a third party who conducts background checks on Pacific Building’s behalf. Pacific Building will authorize the background check provider to use your information only in connection with the job application process. Pacific Building will authorize the background check provider to disclose to third parties only the minimum information necessary to complete the background check and only for that purpose. There may be other circumstances when Pacific Building will disclose to third parties the information that you submit, most notably:

  • If we sell some or all of our business, we may disclose all of the information that we have collected about you to a purchaser or, in due diligence, to a potential purchaser; or
  • If we are required by law, such as when we respond to subpoenas, court orders, legal process, or a discovery request, or
  • If we believe that your actions violate applicable laws, or threaten the rights, property, or safety of our company or others.

Project Estimator

Job Description

  1. Performs detailed quantity survey of all architectural, structural and civil trades, for smaller projects or phases or components of larger projects.
  2. Reviews construction documents for completeness, trade coordination, construction methods and scheduling.
  3. Solicits subcontractor/vendor quotations, is knowledgeable of subcontractors’ work and responsible, making initial and repeated contact with subcontractors during budgeting and bidding period.
  4. Prepares bidding documents (Instructions to Bidders, Amendments, Bid Forms, Appendix, etc.) for complete smaller projects or a specific phase of a larger project.
  5. Prepares preliminary budgets and final bid estimates for a complete smaller project or a specific phase of a larger project.
  6. Arranges for quantity checking and math check of extensions.
  7. Completes the control estimate and project coding.
  8. Prepares subcontracts for the successful bidders.
  9. Recaps final estimate and unit costs in R&S systems format for input into cost database.
  10. Competitively bid smaller projects.

Qualifications

Requires an average knowledge of specifications, including basic structural and civil engineering, architectural, mechanical and electrical concepts, as well as an average level of pricing, scheduling and construction methods. Must have the ability to learn conceptual estimating and value engineering. Requires excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Experience

From three to five years field experience.

Education

College degree preferred, preferably in civil or structural engineering or construction management.

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Project Estimator

Job Description

  1. Performs secretarial duties such as typing, filing and faxing.
  2. Proficient in MS Excel, Word and Outlook.
  3. Prompt answering of daily routine phone calls. Responsible for taking accurate telephone messages. Assist with Front Desk receptionist coverage.
  4. Work together with the Operations team to prepare and maintain all project logs including Shop Drawings, Submittal Logs, Equipment Rental Logs, Change Orders, Back charges, and Supplementals, etc.
  5. Working knowledge of Control Estimate and Cost Accounting to maintain Budget Summary and assist with preparation of the Monthly Project Status Report.
  6. Type subcontracts and monitor return to Pacific Building, Inc. for signature.
  7. Monitor subcontractor insurance certificates for compliance with contract requirements and advise subcontractors of corrections needed.
  8. Prepare monthly billings utilizing field records and information provided by the accounting department.
  9. Submit the pencil draft of all billings to Operations Accounting in a timely manner and hand the Owner a correct billing on or before the first of the month.
  10. Have complete knowledge of the Owner payment procedures including the names of individuals who review and approve the billing and issue the checks.
  11. Follow up to make certain that payment is made by the Owner in accordance with contractual terms.
  12. Follow up with Pacific Building, Inc. Subcontract Payables and Subcontractors to ensure timely payment of subcontract work.
  13. Assist in carrying out Pacific Building, Inc.’s Safety Program, including administration of safety meetings, accident reports, order first aid and safety supplies, conduct new employee slide program safety orientation and other duties as needed.
  14. Knowledge of standard bid documents and bidding process.
  15. Some overtime required.

Qualifications

Requires alert, congenial person with ability to work on a team, interested in learning and becoming involved with projects, detail-minded with the ability to follow through. Typing skills of 55-60 WPM, word processing and knowledge of various business machines. Excellent understanding of office procedures and office etiquette. Requires responsible attitude in handling Company policy and procedures. Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills necessary to work with subcontractors, architects, owners, and with personnel in other departments of Pacific Building, Inc.. Operation of Hewlett Packard Vectra PC or an IBM compatible type PC. Working knowledge of MS Office Suite to include Excel and Word.

Candidate well be required to attend the following in-house seminars/meetings:

  • Administrative Cost Controls
  • Cost Accounting/Billing System
  • Attend all mandatory Safety Dinner meetings
  • Attend all monthly Field Office Coordinator meetings

Experience

Four to five years secretarial experience in construction or related industry. Experience with accounting and billing systems desired. Experience in the construction industry desired

Education

High school education or equivalent, business school and/or some college desired.

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Senior Superintendent

Job Description

I. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Reports to the Project Manager or Group Manager, as determined by the Group Manager.
  2. Responsible for a single project.
  3. The Project Superintendent is present at jobsite at all times work is being accomplished. Any exception must be approved by Group Manager or Operations Manager.
  4. Attends and participates in company-wide meetings, such as Safety Breakfasts and Superintendent’s meetings, in order to be more effective in representing Pacific Building, Inc. in his daily work activities.
  5. Responsible for representing Pacific Building, Inc. to clients and subcontractors so as to maintain and enhance the company’s reputation for dealing with others in a helpful, fair and reasonable way.

Management Skills

  1. Provides leadership to Pacific Building, Inc. Foremen, Journeymen, and subcontractors, consistent with their varying levels of experience, ability and willingness.
  2. Works with and through others to accomplish project’s schedule, budget, and quality requirements.
    1. Makes an individual estimate of Pacific Building, Inc. portion of work (labor, materials, and equipment) upon assignment to the project and works with Estimator and Project Manager to make sure that sufficient money is included in the estimate.
    2. Labor – Sets up crews and plans labor in a way to assure completion of Work items within budget. Draws (or has detailer draw) details of all major work items to assure smooth coordination. Sets up competitive situations between crews whenever possible.
    3. Materials – Assures that ordered materials meet the estimated cost. If a problem occurs and the estimated cost cannot be achieved the Superintendent reviews the purchase with the Estimator to determine the source of pricing. If, after review with the Estimator, the estimated cost cannot be made, works with the Project Manager to find alternative savings to offset the loss.
    4. Equipment – Prior to starting work prepares an equipment requirement plan consistent with the estimate. Monitors equipment rental on a continuing basis and discontinues use whenever possible. Uses the Pacific Building, Inc. Yard as the primary source of all equipment rentals and purchases and uses alternate sources only after review with the Group Manager or Manager of Operations.
    5. Subcontractors – Coordinates and manages schedule and quality of Subcontractors’ work so that overall project schedule and quality is attained. This involves working with Subcontractors in a way that claims for extras are minimized as much as possible. Works to avoid conflicts between trades.
  3. Evaluates Foremen’s and Journeymen’s performance in relation to their specific jobs, setting goals for improvement and following them up regularly.
  4. Communicates with subordinates effectively by giving strong direction as well as encouragement and feedback about their strengths and weaknesses. Insures that adequate training is provided to those he supervises.
  5. Develops motivation and teamwork in subordinates.

Personal Skills

  1. Ability to work effectively with Pacific Building, Inc. personnel.
  2. Professional attitude in dealing with Owners, Architects, Subcontractors, and Consultants, and officials of various political jurisdictions.
  3. Possesses adequate verbal and written communication skills.
  4. Motivates himself to continually learn and take on added responsibility.
  5. Exercises judgement in dealing with problems so that the interests of Pacific Building, Inc. and the Owner are best served.

Administrative Skills

  1. Scheduling – Responsible for the timely execution of the following:
    1. Prepares, monitors, and updates Master Schedule with Project Manager and Project Engineer.
    2. Prepares and monitors two-week rolling schedule with Project Manager and Project Engineer, and keeps it synchronized with the Master Schedule.
    3. Assists the Project Manager in preparation of the documentation
      of delays to project (rain, strike or other).
  2. Weekly Coordination Meetings – Participates in preparation and follow through.
    1. Architect/Owner – Assists Project Manager in presentation
    2. Subcontractor – Organizes and conducts.
  3. Stays knowledgeable of all subcontracts and change orders throughout the project. Conducts “pre-work” meeting with all subs before they begin work on the project.
  4. Carries out Pacific Building, Inc. policy on the project.
  5. Claims – works with Project manager and Project Engineer to identify and resolve all project claims such as:
    1. Sub claims for extras.
    2. Insured losses.
    3. Personal injury claims.
    4. Pacific Building, Inc. claims against other parties.
  6. Financial
    1. Assists the Project Manager in the preparation of monthly progress billings.
    2. Assists in the preparation of monthly Control Estimate Fee Adjustments.
    3. Expedites monthly payment from Owner.
  7. Schedule
    1. Documents all schedule problems (strikes, delays, disputes, changed conditions, adverse weather, etc.) on a daily basis in the Daily Diary.
    2. Assists in devising ways to make up lost-time.
  8. Problems – Anticipates problems and works to resolve them before they occur.
  9. Purchasing and Expediting
    1. Assists Project Manager, Estimator, and Project Engineer in
      major buy-outs.
    2. Works with Project Manager and Project Engineer to monitor scheduling and expediting of Pacific Building, Inc. materials, equipment purchases and deliveries.
    3. Identifies and expedites long-lead subcontract items.
    4. Monitors scheduling and expediting submittals of shop drawings, samples, and supplier date for timely approval.
  10. Record Keeping
    1. Labor Cost Codes and reports.
    2. Daily diaries.
  11. Daily job tour
  12. Progress evaluation
    1. Safety inspections, accident log and reports.
    2. Building permit inspections and sign-offs.
    3. Official notices: Beneficial Occupancy, Substantial Completion, Certificate of Occupancy, Notice of completion, warranties/Guarantees

Technical Skills

  1. Problem solving – Possesses the ability to recognize problems and generate workable alternative solutions for approval and follow through to final resolution of problems. Finds problems early and suggests solutions which minimize costs and delays to schedule.
  2. Construction Technology – Understands construction technology to a high degree, in principle and practice, including reinforced concrete, wood framing methods and engineering details, etc., as well as electrical distribution systems, built-up roofing techniques, heating and air-conditioning systems, and all subcontractor trades.
  3. Has thorough knowledge of project documents, including contract, general conditions, supplementary general conditions, addenda drawings and specifications associated with the project. Monitors updated documents and helps monitor as-built record drawings.
  4. Possesses skill, knowledge and abilities to be not just “a” Superintendent, but a “Pacific Building, Inc. Superintendent”. This involves more than watching a job being built. If is necessary to know all about the basic trades as well as having sufficient knowledge of all sub-trades to timely coordinate the work, anticipate problems and be able to solve them.
  5. Considers the time of year and plans the work in a manner which mitigates the impact of weather.
  6. Safety
    1. Understands Pacific Building, Inc. policy and conducts the work at the project in a manner consistent with the policy.
    2. Establishes and leads in the execution of a Job Safety Program that integrates all aspects of the company’s safety program.
    3. Constantly monitors work at the site and takes decisive action when any unsafe condition or action is discovered.
    4. Assigns a competent craftsman as Safety Coordinator with the responsibility of a twice daily (minimum) project safety inspection.
    5. Immediately contacts the main office Safety Department when an injury, which requires medical attention, occurs.
    6. Document in writing, and with pictures, the circumstances that lead to injury that occurs.
    7. Maintains the project in a neat and clean manner which is
      conducive to safe working conditions and increased productivity.
  7. Quality Control
    1. Responsible for the project being constructed in a manner that is consistent with the plans, specifications and industry standards.
    2. Prior to allowing any subcontractor to proceed with work, reviews the Subcontractor’s work (including specifications, plans, shop drawings, and submittals) with the sub foreman to insure that he understands the project, and the quality intended.
    3. Reviews the specifications, Pacific Building, Inc. policy, and uses good judgement to determine when mockups are required.
    4. Insures that mockups and samples are prepared in time to allow the Architect and Owner to review and approve. Superintendent should allow sufficient time to prepare additional samples and mockups if rejected by Architect or Owner.
    5. Monitors the work as is being installed and immediately rejects and corrects any work which does not meet the Project Quality Standards.

Qualifications

High School Diploma, Four-year degree in Construction Management preferred. 8 years applicable experience a minimum.

For An Application, Click Here.

Superintendent

Job Description

I. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Reports to the Project Manager or Group Manager, as determined by the Group Manager.
  2. Responsible for a single project.
  3. The Project Superintendent is present at jobsite at all times work is being accomplished. Any exception must be approved by Group Manager or Operations Manager.
  4. Attends and participates in company-wide meetings, such as Safety Breakfasts and Superintendent’s meetings, in order to be more effective in representing Pacific Building, Inc. in his daily work activities.
  5. Responsible for representing Pacific Building, Inc. to clients and subcontractors so as to maintain and enhance the company’s reputation for dealing with others in a helpful, fair and reasonable way.

Management Skills

  1. Provides leadership to Pacific Building, Inc. Foremen, Journeymen, and subcontractors, consistent with their varying levels of experience, ability and willingness.
  2. Works with and through others to accomplish project’s schedule, budget, and quality requirements.
  3. Makes an individual estimate of Pacific Building, Inc. portion of work (labor, materials, and equipment) upon assignment to the project and works with Estimator and Project Manager to make sure that sufficient money is included in the estimate.
  4. Labor – Sets up crews and plans labor in a way to assure completion of Work items within budget. Draws (or has detailer draw) details of all major work items to assure smooth
    coordination. Sets up competitive situations between crews whenever possible.
  5. Materials – Assures that ordered materials meet the estimated cost. If a problem occurs and the estimated cost cannot be achieved the Superintendent reviews the purchase with the Estimator to determine the source of pricing. If, after review with the Estimator, the estimated cost cannot be made, works with the Project Manager to find alternative savings to offset the loss.
  6. Equipment – Prior to starting work prepares an equipment requirement plan consistent with the estimate. Monitors equipment rental on a continuing basis and discontinues use whenever possible. Uses the Pacific Building, Inc. Yard as the primary source of all equipment rentals and purchases and uses alternate sources only after review with the Group Manager or Manager of Operations.
  7. Subcontractors – Coordinates and manages schedule and quality of Subcontractors’ work so that overall project schedule and quality is attained. This involves working with Subcontractors in a way that claims for extras are minimized as much as possible. Works to avoid conflicts between trades.
    1. Evaluates Foremen’s and Journeymen’s performance in relation to their specific jobs, setting goals for improvement and following them up regularly.
    2. Communicates with subordinates effectively by giving strong direction as well as encouragement and feedback about their strengths and weaknesses. Insures that adequate training is provided to those he supervises.
    3. Develops motivation and teamwork in subordinates.

Personal Skills

  1. Ability to work effectively with Pacific Building, Inc. personnel.
  2. Professional attitude in dealing with Owners, Architects, Subcontractors, and Consultants, and officials of various political jurisdictions.
  3. Possesses adequate verbal and written communication skills.
  4. Motivates himself to continually learn and take on added responsibility.
  5. Exercises judgement in dealing with problems so that the interests of Pacific Building, Inc. and the Owner are best served.

Administrative Skills

  1. Scheduling – Responsible for the timely execution of the following:
    1. Prepares, monitors, and updates Master Schedule with Project Manager and Project Engineer.
    2. Prepares and monitors two-week rolling schedule with Project Manager and Project Engineer, and keeps it synchronized with the Master Schedule.
      3. Assists the Project Manager in preparation of the documentation of delays to project (rain, strike or other).
  2. Weekly Coordination Meetings – Participates in preparation and follow through.
    1. Architect/Owner – Assists Project Manager in presentation
    2. Subcontractor – Organizes and conducts.
  3. Stays knowledgeable of all subcontracts and change orders throughout the project. Conducts “pre-work” meeting with all subs before they begin work on the project.
  4. Carries out Pacific Building, Inc. policy on the project.
  5. Claims – works with Project manager and Project Engineer to identify and resolve all project claims such as:
    1. Sub claims for extras.
    2. Insured losses.
    3. Personal injury claims.
    4. Pacific Building, Inc. claims against other parties.
  6. Financial
    1. Assists the Project Manager in the preparation of monthly progress billings.
    2. Assists in the preparation of monthly Control Estimate Fee Adjustments.
    3. Expedites monthly payment from Owner.
  7. Schedule
    1. Documents all schedule problems (strikes, delays, disputes, changed conditions, adverse weather, etc.) on a daily basis in the Daily Diary.
    2. Assists in devising ways to make up lost-time.
  8. Problems – Anticipates problems and works to resolve them before they occur.
  9. Purchasing and Expediting
    1. Assists Project Manager, Estimator, and Project Engineer in
      major buy-outs.
    2. Works with Project Manager and Project Engineer to monitor scheduling and expediting of Pacific Building, Inc. materials, equipment purchases and deliveries.
    3. Identifies and expedites long-lead subcontract items.
    4. Monitors scheduling and expediting submittals of shop drawings, samples, and supplier date for timely approval.
  10. Record Keeping
    1. Labor Cost Codes and reports.
    2. Daily diaries.
      1. Daily job tour
      2. Progress evaluation
    3. Safety inspections, accident log and reports.
    4. Building permit inspections and sign-offs.
    5. Official notices: Beneficial Occupancy, Substantial Completion, Certificate of Occupancy, Notice of completion, warranties/Guarantees.

Technical Skills

  1. Problem solving – Possesses the ability to recognize problems and generate workable alternative solutions for approval and follow through to final resolution of problems. Finds problems early and suggests solutions which minimize costs and delays to schedule.
  2. Construction Technology – Understands construction technology to a high degree, in principle and practice, including reinforced concrete, wood framing methods and engineering details, etc., as well as electrical distribution systems, built-up roofing techniques, heating and air-conditioning systems, and all subcontractor trades.
  3. Has thorough knowledge of project documents, including contract, general conditions, supplementary general conditions, addenda drawings and specifications associated with the project. Monitors updated documents and helps monitor as-built record drawings.
  4. Possesses skill, knowledge and abilities to be not just “a” Superintendent, but a “Pacific Building, Inc. Superintendent”. This involves more than watching a job being built. If is necessary to know all about the basic trades as well as having sufficient knowledge of all sub-trades to timely coordinate the work, anticipate problems and be able to solve them.
  5. Considers the time of year and plans the work in a manner which mitigates the impact of weather.
  6. Safety
    1. Understands Pacific Building, Inc. policy and conducts the work at the project in a manner consistent with the policy.
    2. Establishes and leads in the execution of a Job Safety Program that integrates all aspects of the company’s safety program.
    3. Constantly monitors work at the site and takes decisive action when any unsafe condition or action is discovered.
    4. Assigns a competent craftsman as Safety Coordinator with the responsibility of a twice daily (minimum) project safety inspection.
    5. Immediately contacts the main office Safety Department when an injury, which requires medical attention, occurs.
    6. Document in writing, and with pictures, the circumstances that lead to injury that occurs.
    7. Maintains the project in a neat and clean manner which is conducive to safe working conditions and increased productivity.
  7. Quality Control
    1. Responsible for the project being constructed in a manner that is consistent with the plans, specifications and industry standards.
    2. Prior to allowing any subcontractor to proceed with work, reviews the Subcontractor’s work (including specifications, plans, shop drawings, and submittals) with the sub foreman to insure that he understands the project, and the quality intended.
    3. Reviews the specifications, Pacific Building, Inc. policy, and uses good judgement to determine when mockups are required.
    4. Insures that mockups and samples are prepared in time to allow the Architect and Owner to review and approve. Superintendent should allow sufficient time to prepare additional samples and mockups if rejected by Architect or Owner.
    5. Monitors the work as is being installed and immediately rejects and corrects any work which does not meet the Project Quality Standards.

Qualifications

High School Diploma, Four-year degree in Construction Management preferred. 8 years applicable experience a minimum.

For An Application, Click Here.

Senior Superintendent

Job Description

I. MANAGEMENT SKILLS

  1. Possess experience and ability to handle larger, more complicated projects; or multiple
    projects of various size and complexity.
  2. Recognize varying levels of experience, ability, and willingness in subordinates and alter
    leadership style to compensate accordingly.
  3. Work with and through others to accomplish Project, Departmental, and Corporate goals.
  4. evaluate subordinates’ performance in relation to their specific jobs. Setting goals for
    improvement and following them up regularly. Insure that proper training is provided
    for and used by subordinates.
  5. Maintains client and subcontractor satisfaction with the performance of Pacific Building, Inc.
  6. Communicate with subordinates effectively by giving encouragement and feedback about
    their strengths and weaknesses.
  7. Develop motivation and teamwork in subordinates.
  8. Possess ability to work effectively with our more sensitive owners with special and more
    complex problems.
  9. Aid Group Managers in implementation and refinement of company policy.
  10. Corporate background: Sufficient experience and knowledge of Pacific Building, Inc.’s
    philosophy and background to make project management related decisions consistent
    with the corporate philosophy and policy.

II. PERSONAL SKILLS

  1. Ability to work effectively with Pacific Building, Inc. personnel.
  2. Professionalism in dealing with Owners, Architects, Subcontractors, and Consultants.
  3. Communication skills: Person to Person Meetings, Written. This includes the ability to
    perceive when a meeting is not achieving its objective and then to be able to turn the effort around so that it becomes productive.
  4. Motivation: To enthusiastically do the best job possible; to learn; to take on added
    responsibilities.
  5. Judgement: Knowing how to respond in a problem situation in a manner consistent with
    the company’s primary interest.
  6. Participation: Attends and participates in Operations and Safety meetings in order to be
    more effective in representing Pacific Building, Inc. in daily work activities.

III. ADMINISTRATION

  1. Scheduling – Responsible for the following:
    1. Prepare, monitor and update master schedule with Superintendent and Project Engineer.
    2. Monitor two-week rolling schedule with Superintendent and Project Engineer.
    3. Prepare the documentation of delays to project – rain, strike or other.
  2. Subcontracts
    1. Review drafts of subcontracts prepared by Estimator and remain knowledgeable
      of all subcontracts and change orders throughout project.
  3. Change Orders
    1. Supervise the processing by the Project Engineer.
  4. Weekly Coordination Meeting
    1. Monitor documentation and follow through.
  5. Enumerate, explain, monitor and lead in Pacific Building, Inc. policy.
  6. Claims
    1. Work with support form Superintendent and Project Engineer to identify and
      resolve all project claims: Subcontractors’ claims for extras; insurance losses-
      material, equipment, personal injuries.
  7. 7. Financial
    1. Aided by the Project Engineer and Superintendent, prepare monthly progress
      Billings incorporating all change orders.
    2. Aided by the Project Engineer and Superintendent, prepare monthly Project
      Status Report and Project Profit Analysis.
    3. Expedite monthly payment from Owner.

IV. PURCHASING AND EXPEDITING

  1. Act as purchasing agent with Superintendent, Estimator, and Project Engineer for major
    buy-outs.
  2. Supervise and monitor scheduling and expediting Pacific Building, Inc. materials, equipment purchases, and delivery.
  3. Identify and expedite long-lead subcontract items.
  4. Monitor scheduling and expediting submittals of shop drawings, samples and supplier data for timely approval.

V. RECORD KEEPING

  1. Supervise and monitor the job’s preparation of:
    1. Labor cost codes and reports
    2. Daily diaries.
    3. Daily job tour
  2. Progress evaluation.
    1. MOE coding and logs: Concrete, lumber, hardware, etc.
    2. Equipment logs and reports.
    3. Record drawings
    4. Testing and inspection records and reports.
    5. Submittal log.
    6. Safety inspection and accident logs and reports.
    7. Building permit inspection and sign-offs. Official Notices: Beneficial Occupancy, Substantial Completion, Certificate Of Occupancy, Notice of Completion, Warranties/Guarantees.

VI. PRE-CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

  1. Reach agreement at the earliest possible date with Project Estimator as to who will take
    the lead in the Pre-Construction services. The Chief Estimator and the Project Group
    Manager shall participate in this agreement.
  2. Attend and participate in Design, Budge, Scheduling Meetings with the Owner and/or
    Architect.
  3. Accomplish Value Analysis to the degree appropriate to the particular project.
  4. Monitor the project schedule through the Pre-Construction services to insure adherence to milestones by Owner, Architect and his consultants, and Pacific Building, Inc.
  5. At all times, see that the Owner is receiving the leadership and technical advice that will insure a successful project by all measurements.
  6. Monitor and control Pacific Building, Inc.’s Pre-Construction costs.
  7. Immediately notify the Owner of any changes in the estimated budget resulting from discussion, new ideas, alternate solutions to problems, etc.

VII. TECHNICAL

  1. Problem Solving – Ability to recognize problems and generate workable alternative
    solutions for approval and follow through to final resolution problems.
  2. Construction Technology – Understand construction techniques to a relatively high
    degree in principle and practice including fundamentals of reinforced concrete, wood framing methods and engineering details, as well as such areas as electrical distribution systems, all subcontractor trades, etc.
  3. Estimating – Possess estimating techniques such as quality survey, listing and pricing of
    R&S work and subcontractor’s work involved in Change Orders and additional work requested by Owners, all to a high degree.
  4. Knowledge of project documents – possess thorough understanding of contract, general
    Condition and supplemental general conditions and addenda as well as plans and specification associated with the project. Monitor documents updated and help monitor as-build record drawings.

Qualifications

High School Diploma, Four-year degree in Construction Management preferred. 8 years applicable experience a minimum.

For An Application, Click Here.