Serve as Construction Manager for a variety of complex
engineering and/or architectural projects. Responsible for
representing ownership’s interest for construction projects, on
behalf of the project owner and client, to facilitate delivery of
the project, including construction phase planning, reviewing
owner’s budget, and evaluating general contractor’s schedule,
safety, and quality such that it meets with the owner’s
expectations and requirements. Responsible for managing
relationships with team, sub-contractors, and clients.
Requirements Prepare for and conduct pre-construction meetings
between the owner, architect, engineer, and contractor.
Review of Contractors staging and logistics plans
Prepare for and conduct Owner Architect Contractor (OAC)
Site visits to observe progress of work at critical periods.
Establish procedure and logs for tracking of all
Coordinate and process all Request for Information (RFIs),
submittals, shop drawings, pay applications and change order
Review contractor pay applications including review of invoice,
quantities, measurement and computational checks.
Review certified payrolls and perform random checks on
Contractors and subcontractors employees for compliance with
Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) wages and
Review Contractors schedule, safety program and quality control
program on a weekly basis.
Confirm Contractor has requested specialty inspections, agency
inspections, and geotechnical inspections. Review inspection
reports for compliance with plans and specifications.
Coordinate with Designer of Record for periodic observation or
work and any inspections to be conducted by DOR.
Review Contractor’s request for change orders to make sure they
have a legitimate basis. Review proposal and recommend
Review owner-initiated design changes or supplemental
information and review for reasonableness and time and cost
impacts. Process and coordinate change order with Contractor.
Prepare for and conduct Prefinal and Final walk through and
issue and track punch list items.
Conduct meetings to update Owner on progress of project and any
Review and compile final documents for compliance with contract
and submit full project record.
Responsible for maintaining construction schedule so project
stays on schedule and budget.
Create project progress reports.
Understand project at a deep level to be able to anticipate
problems and put measures up in advance to avoid problems and/or
resolve problems as they occur.
Responsible for assessing and mitigating risks associated with
Participation in professional organizations.
Other duties as assigned.
To perform successfully in this position, an individual must be
able to perform the essential duties above in a satisfactory
manner. The requirements listed below are representative of the
knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.
Qualified candidate must have a BA/BS from an accredited college
or university, in architecture, engineering science, or
A minimum of 10 years of experience in construction
management with a minimum of 3 years supervising teams on projects.
Preferred experience in the fields of architecture, engineering, or
Ideal candidate will have Certified Construction Management
(CCM) license. Additional consideration given to Project Management
Professional (PMP) certification.
Demonstrated knowledge of City, County, State of Hawaii and
Federal design standards and regulations.
Candidate shall have demonstrated experience and knowledge of
construction permitting processes, requirements, and procedures, as
well as local ordinances regulating construction activities in the
various counties and the State of Hawaii.
Effective written and oral communication skills.
Ability to present project materials and information clearly and
Strong organizational skills.
Advanced, thorough and broad knowledge of current principles and
practices of construction management and demonstrated ability to
analyze, interpret and make decisions based on this knowledge or
changing practices in the field.
Ability to understand the larger scope of a project and plan
project needs based on this understanding.
Deep and diverse knowledge of construction management processes
and methods as well as building products, codes, regulations, and
Proficiency in construction management software.
Understand, analyze and process complex technical information
Conduct direct source research techniques, including technical
reference documents, government regulations and maps.
Coordinate effectively with project team, government
representatives, project consultants and sub-consultants, and
Demonstrate and use of sound discretion, initiative and
Proven ability to work with little to no supervision.
Excellent project and time management skills.
? Group 70 International, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity /
Affirmative Action Employer