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This position is to provide full-time Construction Management Services to assist the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration’s Contracting Officer (CO), Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and Project Manager (PM) in monitoring the Construction Contractor’s work effort for compliance with contract requirements.
This job is located on-site at Cedar City Rural Initiative Cemetery, a new Veteran’s cemetery construction project in Cedar City, Utah.
Minimum of ten (10) or more years of field construction experience with site civil, civil engineering, and construction management project experience, including projects with a value in excess of $10 million.
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited 4-year college or university or 20 years of all project required experience may be considered in lieu of an engineering degree.
Conducts and carries out daily inspections of site work, building construction work; documents discrepancies, code violations, improper materials, or techniques in the application of materials, substandard or poor-quality workmanship; monitors schedules on various aspects of ongoing daily activities to identify and mitigate project slippage and coordinate project phasing.
Reviews contractor's submittals for technical compliance and RFIs and provides recommendations to VA/NCA; maintains accurate and complete job files including as-built drawings and specifications; Identifies progress delays and recommends appropriate corrective measures to the COR toward mitigating delays and maintaining the progress schedule.
Conducts bi-weekly project meetings to monitor project status, schedule, discuss problems, and resolve issues accordingly.
Reviews the testing/inspections reports submitted by the Contractor and provides recommendations for approval/disapproval to the COR.
Revises Contractor Proposed utility services and/or traffic interruption plans and provides a report to COR.
Maintains an inventory of materials, supplies and equipment and monitors the quantity of materials used in the contract administration and conduct of the project.
Assists in the documentation and the administration of construction contract changes, (drafting proposal requests, preparing cost estimates, reviewing cost proposals, assisting VA in negotiations, and preparing change order packages for the Contracting Officer and representatives).
Performs weekly Safety Inspection and Prepares Safety Inspection Reports.
Maintain a list(s) of observed defects and omissions. Prepares inspection punch lists and coordinates resolutions of punch list items and following up on resolution.
May need to work after normal duty hours, on nights from 5 PM to 7 AM and/or on weekends as the project requires.
Must be able to communicate fluently in English.
Ensures installed work is consistent with approved submittals in order to make recommendations to the COR for final approval of submittals and installed work.
Reviews contractor requests for payment for accuracy and acceptability and then submits a written recommendation to the COR for final approval authority on the payment.
Prepares estimates for changes and reviews contractor change order estimates/quotes and cost breakdowns for proposed quantities of labor, equipment, and materials.
Provides written feedback and recommendations to the COR on all information reviewed and work inspected.
Maintains accurate and complete files relating to the CM services on the project that the Government may inspect at any time, and/or use in conflict resolution.
Identifies progress delays and recommends appropriate corrective measures to the COR toward mitigating delays and maintaining the progress schedule.
Utilizes computerized management system applications, processes requests for information, prepares draft contract modification documents for the COR’s use.
Submits a daily reports indicating work completed, work in progress with estimated completion dates, manpower, work activities, and works to ensure completion of all scheduled and outstanding work.
Observes work being completed by contractors and sub-contractors for proper installation and application of construction materials and report findings daily to COR.
Notes and documents daily environmental conditions that may impact construction safety and EPA compliance and report findings to COR.
Reviews contractor’s cost breakdown and all submittals on contractor’s proposed equipment and materials; review contractor’s submissions on cost breakdown and cost loading and make recommendations for approval or disapproval.
Reviews samples of equipment and materials to be utilized for construction and provides analysis to COR.
Maintains marked-up sets of project plans and specifications for future as-built drawings.
Coordinates inspections with utility companies as required.
Coordinates special testing and commissioning work as required.
Takes digital photos of construction progress throughout the duration of the project.
Assists CO/COR with final inspection activity.
Assists with contract close-out activities.
Job Type: Full-time Onsite
Salary: $80,000.00 - $100,000.00 per year
Cedar City Utah, 84720: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $80,000.00 - $100,000.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Retirement plan
- Tuition reimbursement
- Vision insurance
Ability to commute/relocate:
- Cedar City, UT 84721: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
Work Location: In person