Project Manager

Brinkman Construction is 100% Employee Owned and we have an exciting opportunity for a project manager with healthcare and/or midrise commercial construction experience.  We’ve been on the Northern Colorado Mercury 100 List of Fastest Growing Companies 11 of the last 12 years and were named Best Commercial Builder Runner Up by Colorado Biz Magazine in both 2015 and 2017. 

We’re looking for more than just project management experience – we want innovative problem-solvers with a natural ability to lead others and get the job done.  Our project managers work in highly collaborative environments at our jobsites and at the office so successful interactions with others is a key skill.  If this sounds like you, we’d like to hear from you.

Our ideal candidates have a bachelor’s degree in construction management or engineering and a minimum of five to seven years’ related experience in the Denver commercial construction industry.  The preferred candidate will also have healthcare and/or midrise construction 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

About Our Company:

Based in Fort Collins, CO, and with an office in Denver, Brinkman Construction is a 100% employee owned company. Our team is dedicated to providing clients with the utmost level of knowledge, innovative solutions, hands-on leadership, and predictable results. 

Our employee ownership model helps us attract dedicated construction professionals who believe in personal accountability and have a long-term vision for projects. Our industry relationships add value to each project through increased efficiencies and streamlined processes that place the owner’s best interests at the forefront of every decision made. 

Our people are at the cornerstone of our success and our workplace is one focused on creativity and collaboration.  We are committed to top industry talent who embody our culture and core values and are dedicated to creating opportunities in which every employee contributes to the growth of the organization.

At Brinkman Construction, we work to make our environment and community a better place.  To help with this positive impact, every employee is given eight hours of annual paid Volunteer Time Off to volunteer with the organization of their choice. Our Brinkman Giving program allows us to give back to charitable causes that are catalysts for positive solutions and help meet a wide-range of concerns and needs.  

Since our founding in 2005, we have been the recipient of such accolades as Best Commercial Builder Runner-Up, Small Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Bravo Emerging Entrepreneur, Best Start-Up Company of the Year, and has been named a Mercury 100 Fastest Growing Company for nine consecutive years.

Mission:  To Build Relationships, Create Opportunities, and Share Success.

Core Values:

Our core values shape our culture, support our vision, and define our character. They are at the center of our team and drive our approach to business and relationships:

  • Honest/Ethical
  • Relationship Focused
  • All In
  • Forward Thinking
  • Innovative
  • Adaptable

Our Benefits Package:

  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
  • PTO
  • 8 hours of paid Volunteer Time Off
  • 401k + company match
  • Comprehensive health insurance
  • Profit sharing program

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