Under the general direction of the Director of Infrastructure Programs, the Infrastructure Construction Manager is accountable for construction management, monitoring construction contract compliance and coordination services to project managers in support of the campus departments to ensure the construction phases of FIN (Facilities Investment Needs) projects are on schedule, high-quality, cost-effective, and appropriate to the project needs. This involves all elements of construction management from cost estimating through construction phase closeout including initial estimating, safety compliance, contract compliance, coordination and closeout of large and small projects.
The Infrastructure Construction Manager works with the program managers, senior project managers and project managers to organize, plan, and control the construction efforts on projects ranging from $5,000- $2,000,000. This involves working with program managers, project managers and facility managers in selecting general contractors and subcontractors, coordinating the activities of multiple general contractors on multiple project sites, construction inspectors, and others associated with the projects; monitoring project progress and quality; resolving problems that arise in the projects; working with state agency officials to ensure compliance and safety. The individual has first line responsibility to communicate effectively with project stakeholders regarding construction activity impacts and schedules. The Infrastructure Construction Manager will be dedicated to FIN but may be assigned SEP and Renewal as needed.
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