Project Manager - Commercial Construction Denver 1018

Brinkman Construction, Inc., is looking for an experienced candidate to join the project management team and provide services for projects of up to $20M! As a Denver-based project manager, you'll be responsible for overseeing project success, client satisfaction, and budget maintenance. Your innovative solutions and relationship skills will be key as you work collaboratively with owners, subcontractors, and vendors to meet the conditions of project agreements, and your organizational abilities will be front and center as you manage all aspects of commercial construction projects.

Ideal candidates have a bachelor’s degree in construction management or engineering and a minimum of five years’ related experience in the Denver commercial construction industry.



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, related field, or equivalent experience
  • Minimum 5-10 years of industry experience

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Ultimately responsible for project success measured by client satisfaction, budget maintenance, profitability, and schedule adherence.
  • Competent in management of all aspects of a construction project on a stand-alone basis with only additional support from upper management on an infrequent basis.
  • Ensure that all project team members utilize the Company’s Policies and Procedures.
  • Be assessed by subcontractor and vendor partners as having collaboratively and equitably met the conditions of our agreements.
  • Expected to have enough experience and depth of knowledge in managing construction projects that he/she is able to be the driving force behind providing solutions to problems that are presented and capable of unifying key team members to advance the solution.
  • Have an understanding of the language and inherent risk in standard owner and sub contracts and how to implement these contract documents in the best interests of the company with some oversight from upper management.
  • Competent and proficient in writing scopes of work into subcontract exhibits.
  • Ability to competently create a CPM schedule and modify it according to the needs of the project.
  • Understands the fundamentals of scheduling to provide guidance to project staff.
  • Responsible for monthly financial projections and creating accurate monthly Cash Flow Analyses for the project.
  • Provides the initial review on PCR’s prior to their being issued to BCI Management and is responsible for understanding the higher-level concept of buyout status, potential risk factors, potential contingency/allowance expenditures, and should be able to explain any profit fluctuations to upper management.
  • Responsibility to understand and hold others accountable for jobsite Safety Standards.
  • Able to partner with the project Superintendent and lead the project as necessary to maintain the project schedule.
  • Understand how to diagnose and manage risk on projects.
  • Is vocal with regard to their visions and strategies to achieve successful outcomes for individuals as well as projects.
  • Able to drive the project schedule with all of the players involved including team members, Subcontractors, Owners, Owner Representatives and designers while still maintaining the strong relationships required for a unified team approach.
  • Ability to manage Project Closeout including holding initial meetings with owners regarding the closeout process and then managing the project team to ensure a timely Closeout.
  • Training and mentoring of PE and APM direct reports to create leverage and opportunities for others without risking successful project outcomes.
  • Must have an acceptable motor vehicle record, per company policy
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