Lead Superintendent

Location: Denver, Colorado
Date Posted: 04-11-2018
Job Summary
Supervises the field construction   of a project, including its organization, planning, and scheduling, in order   to complete the work on time, within budget, and to quality specified.   Responsible to protect and promote the interest of company in all matters.


Duties and Responsibilities
In accordance with Owner contract requirements and companies Best Practices, coordinate and manage the on-site construction activities, including: 
  • Study and understand the contract documents (plans, specifications and Owner Contractor Agreement) to properly execute the work
  • Organize and lead the division of work among the on-site team
  • Review the subcontractor scopes of work, coordinate with PM
  • Develop and implement site planning, logistics, build strategy and procedures for the execution of the works.
  • Develop a plan for survey and layout; verify the work of others
  • Develop, monitor, update and communicate the P6 CPM progress schedule
  • Establish and enforce a comprehensive project safety & security program as defined in the company safety program and in accordance with all applicable safety codes and regulations
  • Coordinate, schedule, implement and check the work of subcontractors
  • Develop and implement the 1-2-3 Quality Control program. Specifically:
    •  Conduct Prephase meetings
    •  Conduct first day inspections
    •  Conduct scheduled inspections
    •  Coordinate 3rd party tests and inspections
    •  Maintain a master deficiency log
    •  Document the program in the company software
  • Maintain an on-site copy of record documents, including drawings, specifications, submittals and As-Built drawings
  • In coordination with PM/PE, implement a process for submittal review and approval.
  • In coordination with PM/PE, implement a process for requesting clarifications / information (RFI)
  • Develop and implement a plan for:
    •  Jobsite housekeeping
    •  Temporary heat and enclosures
    •  Temporary power and lighting
    •  Material storage, handling and hoisting
    •  Vertical movement (ladders, stairs, lifts)
  • Develop a plan for company self-performed work, including:
    •  Labor & equipment plan
    •  Budget
    •  Material inventory and control
    •  Code tracking and management
  • Implement, inspect and maintain storm water plans
  • Document project performance:
    •  Daily Reports
    •  Time cards
    •  Safety inspections
    •  Safety training
    •  Safety Photographs
    •  Schedule updates
    •  QA/QC Inspections
    •  Subcontractor meeting minutes
    •  Subcontractor deficiency notice
    •  Schedule and document Owner inspections and testing
  • Obtain all necessary permits
  • Coordinate as required the activities of inspection agencies
  • Handle Job labor relations
  • Facilitate dispute resolution
  • Manage the building turn-over
  • Assist with project closeout
  • Perform other duties and take on other responsibilities as required
Education and Skills Required
  • Four year degree but not required
  • Minimum of 8 years of building construction experience

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