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The Preconstruction Coordinator is responsible for managing the preconstruction process with Owners, Architects, and Engineers, utilizing budget assembly, subcontractor/supply pricing, and constructability review, under the supervision of the Preconstruction Director. Primarily work 8-10 hours per day, 5 days per week. Travel is required to DAC offices and various job site locations.
- Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Construction Management degree preferred, and/or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
- Proficient with computers and a variety of construction-related software, including Timberline.
- Strong knowledge of construction methods for all phases of construction.
- Ability to conceptualize construction assemblies and budget them accurately.
- Background in CMAR and Design-Build project delivery types.
Essential Job Functions:
- Work through the preconstruction process with Project Team
- Estimate and assemble project pricing and budgets.
- Read and understand project plans and specifications to apply to work.
- Research building materials and building specifications.
- Attend project preconstruction meetings.
- Assemble bid packages and associated narratives.
- Assist with design and constructability reviews during the preconstruction phase.
- Assemble working phased estimates from conceptual design through final construction documents.
Non-Essential Job Functions:
- Travel to office locations periodically to meet with the estimators to maintain engagement in the day-to-day estimating functions.
- Travel to project job sites as necessary.
- Performs other duties as needed to ensure compliance with the needs of Dick Anderson Construction.
Physical Demand Classification:
- Project Manager is a Medium Duty job, according to the Selected Characteristics of Occupations Defined in the Revised Dictionary of Occupational Titles, U.S. Department of Labor and Industry. Medium Duty involves exertion of 20-50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10-25 pounds frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds continuously to move objects.