Project Manager - Special Projects
Milwaukee, WI Project Management
Job Type
Full-time
Description

Our Foundation:

At Findorff, we push ourselves to build better by going beyond. For over 132 years, we’ve forged the foundation of one of the nation’s most trusted construction firms. But we’re so much more than hammers and nails. Here, we strengthen relationships and shape communities. And our real bottom line is our people.


Special Projects:

Findorff's Milwaukee office has an opening for a Project Manager in our Special Projects Group.  As the Project Manager – Special Projects you will be responsible for estimating and managing several construction projects at one time. These projects can vary in size and scope from $200 to $1,000,000 (averaging around $100,000).  From pre-construction through project close, you’ll oversee the day-to-day construction management efforts of your projects.  Your expertise, work ethic, attention to detail and versatility will form the foundation of every build.


Like what you hear so far?  Of course you do!  Hit apply like a hammer to a nail and let's start building your dream career!


The Nitty Gritty:

  • Prepare, distribute and track RFIs, construction bulletins, RFPs, and change documentation
  • Create and update project schedules and keep project stakeholders informed
  • Manage closeout activities, including distribution and tracking of punch lists, change orders,      contracts, permits, and owner occupancy details
  • Schedule and facilitate effective project meetings
  • Proactively manage procurement logs and submittal processes
  • Review shop drawings and samples
  • Incorporate virtual construction/BIM with projects
  • Prepare and manage contracts, permits, and approvals

What's in your toolbox?

  • Do you communicate in a confident and professional manner with team members, industry partners and clients?
  • Can you demonstrate strong financial management skills and the ability to independently manage all aspects of a project from start to finish?
  • Are you able to showcase leadership with the ability to work with a team and independently?
  • Are you ready to make your community a better place to live?

What's in your toolbelt?

  • At least 5-8 years of know-how in managing construction projects exceeding $5 million
  • A broad knowledge of building systems and construction methods
  • An understanding of the complexities and sequences of all construction activities
  • Knowledge of construction law, contract terms, dispute resolution, and risk management
  • Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture, Finance or related field (equivalent experience in lieu of degree will be considered)
Salary Description
Salary is based on experience & skills