6047 Hotel Project Manager, Phoenix, AZ
Responsible for the management of ground-up construction projects, including obtaining and evaluating bids; tracking project budgets; working with vendors and general contractors to select materials, schedule work and complete punch lists.
Overall responsibilities include project management, job safety, maintenance of job records and company assets, project budget responsibility and timeliness, review of expenses (conditional and unconditional) in construction financing draws, coordinate with operations team on pre-opening and post-opening, and ensuring general contractor lean releases.
Education: A college degree is required, preferably in architecture, engineering, or construction management.
5 to 7 years’ experience in construction project management coordination of project planning, architectural, construction, cost estimating and engineering) with ground up project experience.
Communication proficiency. Leadership. Mathematical. aptitude. Mechanical Knowledge. Project Management.
Company team & project team relationship management. Running meetings, setting agenda’s, issuing meeting minutes. Budgeting & milestone/schedule development, management, and tracking. RFP generation, interviewing, analysis & recommendations of project team assembly.
Perform a thorough review of project scope, plans and specifications prior to the start of construction.
Establish, in conjunction with the supervisor and/or CFO, construction costs based on the hotel’s potential and business plan. Collaborate with the operations staff, architect, designers, etc. in the creation of the pre-completion punch list.
Resolve all design/structural issues with relevant parties using RFI. Maintain folder/file for all job documentation. Review and approve all schedules prior to the start of construction.
Review and approve all budgets prior to the start of construction. Maintain a working knowledge of all job paperwork, specifications, and change orders; including schedules and budgets.
Attend pre-construction and production progress meetings with Managing Directors, contractors, designers, operations staff and documents all relevant information and/or all items requiring follow-up using the Job Site Conditions form or another method.
Review contractor job schedule for each week, including reviewing needs for self, crew, trades, materials, and equipment/tools needed.
Provide this schedule to your supervisor as required.
Conduct weekly meetings with supervisor and/or hotel general manager to review schedule progress and changes.
Document all meetings using agendas and minutes.
Review all change order information, to the extent relevant, including the following:
- Labor hours, material take-off, subcontractor performed work and other job-related expenses.
- Do not work without an approved Change Order and/or a notice to proceed from the supervisor.
- Ensure work in accordance with plans and specifications, do not perform work outside the scope of the project without approved Change Order.
- Make sure all Change Orders/extra work identifies vendor invoices/charges, as well as job/tasks phases when required.
- Review all contractor line items and supplier quotes, ensure their accuracy and completeness, and sign contracts as appropriate.
- Review job budget/costs with managing director at least every two weeks (more or less as the project requires).
- Keep on budget through periodic review of job progress and making (time) up of any delays.
- Work to deliver high quality project(s) that meet/exceed owner(s) and brand(s) expectations, including coordinating necessary periodic inspections/reporting required by
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