Construction Administration Project Manager (CAPM)

Join our Construction Administration team! The Construction Administration Project Manager (CAPM) monitors construction in collaboration with the Inspector of Record, serves as the primary client contact on projects during construction and coordinates outside consultants. This role also works closely with the Studio Lead, Project Architect/Designer, Assistant CAPM and Project Coordinator as well as providing construction-related input during the development of design concepts and documents.

 

This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position. The salary range for this position is $105(k) to $113(k) per year (salary is commensurate with relevant work experience). Flexible, hybrid schedule available for this specific role (24 hours/week working in the office).


Typical Responsibilities
  • Act as the primary contact on the project for all members of the construction team, including the Contractor, Owner, Inspector, and Construction Manager throughout the phase of the project.
  • Act as a liaison between design teams, contractors, clients, and client’s consultants throughout the construction process.
  • Lead the design team in resolving construction issues in a collaborative and well-documented manner with the assistance of the Project Coordinator and/or Assistant Project Manager.
  • Responsible for reviewing and responding to RFI’s and Submittals.
  • Review Costs related to the Project in the form of Change Order Requests (CORs), ensuring Prime Contract Change Orders are completed accurately.
  • Conduct regular site visits and Owner-Contractor-Architect meetings on each assigned project.
  • Coordinate with the Inspector of Record and Division of the State Architect (DSA) Field Engineer to make sure all required documentation is in place.
  • Provide project-based construction remedies to design teams to correct and refine projects during the design process.
  • Conduct a Constructability Review of the construction documents and provide input during the design process.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects of varying scale.

 

These responsibilities are typical but are not all-encompassing. Each person is expected to work collaboratively as a team and to perform the duties required to deliver a quality product on schedule, within the project budget and the budgeted hours provided.


Knowledge and Experience
  • Completion of a professional degree in construction management, architecture, a related field, and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 5-10 years as a lead in the construction project management.
  • Experience with K-12 construction, Division of State Architecture (DSA) oversight preferred.
  • Well-versed in standard construction procedures and terminology, comfortable reading and understanding construction drawings and contract documents.
  • Ability to manage and constructively resolve problems and conflicts in a fast-paced and demanding construction environment.
  • Excellent organization, prioritization, problem-solving, budgeting, and multi-tasking skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, including but not limited to Word, Excel, Outlook, and Teams.
  • Experience with Procore or a similar database program is preferred.
  • Strong leadership and management skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience working collaboratively as part of a team.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt easily to new procedures and practices.
  • Valid California Driver’s License, required for California insurance purposes.
  • Experience in tracking project costs, process project change orders, and review payment applications.
  • Manage client relationships and maintain daily communication throughout the project.
  • Required to visit job sites for observation and attend in-person meetings as required.
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