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Colarelli Construction Project Engineer in COLORADO SPRING, Colorado

Project Engineer

The Project Engineer is a full time exempt position. This person will assist in developing accurate and reliable estimates for multiple, simultaneous projects. This position supports the overall management of a construction project through contract document control, scheduling, materials procurement, cost control, and regulatory compliance.

Job Overview

  • Compile and organize plans and files. Review project to understand scope of work.

  • Review and interpret the contract document and verify that it does not deviate from the architectural drawings.

  • Track submittals to match the Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule to ascertain procurement and delivery of all material for the job.

  • Review and interpret documents from the architect on an on-going basis. Determine additional costs, the impact to the schedule, etc.

  • Develop the job schedule by meeting with all subcontractors and assist in developing their schedules. Incorporate subcontractor schedules with job schedule.

  • Work closely with team to maintain project compliance of scheduling, quality control, safety control and other related activities.

  • Follow-up with RFI's to the design team.

  • Work with team to accomplish project completion by securing documents including as-builts, warranties, O&M's, and punch list control.

  • Understand and interpret the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Manual for the customer.

  • Observe all areas of the construction jobsite in performance of the listed duties and expectations.

  • Develop pricing and overall pricing strategies, work closely with team in the development to ensure accurate estimates and assumptions meet project requirements.

  • Assist in oversight of profit and loss relating to assigned projects and accurately forecast margin projections.

Qualifications and Competencies

  • 4 year construction management/applicable degree or is in pursuit of degree

  • Must be able to work well independently and demonstrate a positive attitude and professionalism in all interactions with others.

  • Must be able to take direction and to work collaboratively with staff, designers, vendors, subcontractors and clients.

  • Detail orientated with strong leadership, communication, problem solving, initiative and team building skills.

  • Must be able to read and understand architectural drawings & specifications and technical standards.

  • Position requires an acceptable background check per company standards.

  • Position requires a clean driving record and valid driver's license.

  • OSHA 10 certified

This is a position overview, and is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of all duties and/or responsibilities, but is a general reflection of the position expectations.

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