Senior Project Superintendent
Leader for all field operations on a project. Expected to direct, supervise, coordinate and manage the work and productivity of the subcontractors and labor to assure that the contractual requirements of the project are met with respect to safety, schedule, quality control and cost control. Direct report to the Project Executive.
Overall Duties and Responsibilities
- Become fully versed in the requirements of the contract for the project.
- Develop, update, modify and maintain the project schedule including a master schedule, 30-day look ahead schedule, 2-week look ahead schedule, Executive Summary schedule, critical path schedule and schedule narrative.
- Assure the implementation and continuous adherence to the maintenance of the UAG corporate safety program requirements during the course of the day-to-day operations on the project.
- Assure that daily safety walk thru’s are conducted and documented and that all information arising out of the walk thru’s are distributed to the appropriate subcontractor foreman to correct safety deficiencies.
- Develop, maintain and update as required the site safety and logistics plans.
- Train and develop the skills of all direct reports.
- Conduct weekly foreman and superintendents’ meetings. Assure that regular meeting minutes are taken and distributed to all parties in attendance. Include a “Ball in Court” column to ensure that items/issues are being addressed and completed. Assure that work progress, safety, material storage and lay down areas, job cleanliness, etc. are discussed and appropriate actions taken to ensure a safe and productive site.
- Assure that daily construction reports (DCR’s) are prepared daily and that they are thorough, descriptive and accurate.
- Assure that substantive daily progress photos are taken daily and that they clearly depict the progress of the project. These photos should be in
- Manage both subcontractor and UAG labor to ensure that the work flow is productive and safe.
- Serve as a liaison and positive influence to the community in the areas where the project is being performed. Represent and promote the UAG “Excellence 360” culture to our clients, subcontractors, communities we are working in and the public at large.
- Attend weekly meetings with the project team for the following purposes: 1) update the team on the status of the fieldwork and schedule; 2) communicate any issues that require the input or action of others on the project team that has an impact on the project; 3) proactively communicate both good and bad news to the team so that the proper business decisions can be made; 4) be prepared to provide solutions to any issues that arise in the field during the course of the work
- Establish and maintain a system of document control to assure that work is being installed in accordance with the latest design documents and approved shop drawings.
- Ensure that field issues that require additional information are communicated timely to the project manager so that RFI’s can be issued immediately to the design team.
- Assure the required job permits and approvals from jurisdictional agencies are secured, posted and renewed prior and during the course of the project.
- Prepare, review and validate direct report employee timesheets.
Secondary Duties and Responsibilities
- Assure the creation of a Required on the Job list (ROJ) and communicate the date by which all materials must arrive on the job to the project manager for the preparation of the contract items lists and shop drawing schedules. Assist project manager in following up with subcontractors for deliveries.
- Assist in the creation of and oversee the management and maintenance of the General Conditions Monitor on a monthly basis.
- Assist in the creation of and oversee the management and maintenance of the Work in Place (WIP) forecast on a monthly basis.
- Assist in the preparation of the quarterly project status review (PSR) meeting conducted by the Operations Manager. Assure that all required information is accurate and current.
- Assure MBE/WBE workplace participation goals are achieved, if necessary.
- Assist in the preparation of the monthly status report to be submitted to the client.
High School diploma; completion of an accredited Vocational School is a plus however a College degree is preferred. Prior experience must be at least ten years’ experience performing similar duties. Thorough understanding of construction industry practices, processes, standards, schedules, logistics and site safety is a must. NYC site safety license is required.
Preferred certifications: OSHA 10/30/40; ASHE
Thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction including safety, mitigation & control methods, operational means & methods and technology. Excellent communication, organizational, supervisory and planning skills required.