Project Manager Facilities - Renovations
Categories: Skilled Trade / Engineering
Department: University Renovations
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Design and Construction experience with major academic healthcare and/or research facilities and/or project management/construction management experience with a focus in healthcare, academic, and/or research facilities preferred.
Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Construction Science or other construction related Architectural Engineering field, related discipline preferred.
Works under general guidance to manage the key projects aspects of the scope, budget, schedule, and project contract compliance. Ensures that projects are successfully completed on schedule, within the approval budget and in accordance with applicable quality standards.
Under general direction, guides and manages the Project Team (customers, General Contractor/Construction Manager, Consultants, CIP Construction Services internal resources and Physical Plant groups) to yield productive actions through conflict management and use of good written and verbal communication to ensure a successful project completion.
Under general supervision, manages contractual compliance and relationships for the assigned projects. Defines & implements contractual and financial strategies. Coordinate approval procedures with the BOR, and THECB and associated State Agencies. Works collaboratively with Purchasing in the preparation of necessary documentation for contract award. Supports the ROCIP and HUB program on the selected projects.
Under general guidance, develops and manages project documentation, record keeping, financial and activity status reports that are accurate, up-to-date, clear and complete in support of the decision making, issue solving and informing processes of a project. Ensures that the project documentation records are organized and stored properly.
Ensures compliance with, and adheres to, current institutional and industry standards.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Project Manager- Renovations & Minor Construction
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