About the Company:

A general contractor that builds the infrastructure people use each day, including hundreds of thousands of mile of roads and freeways, commercial and industrial sitework, parks, airports, and more. They offer a full line of construction services, including: mass grading, asphalt paving, concrete paving, curbs and sidewalks and underground pipelines. Staying on the cutting edge, from training employees to outfitting their construction equipment with the latest technology for greater job efficiency.

About the Position:

Hiring for a Project Manager, responsible to plan, organize, and manage total construction efforts within the Pipeline division resulting in successful completion of field work, job schedules, and customer satisfaction in pipeline construction projects in accordance with design, specifications, budget, and schedule. This role has responsibility for establishing administrative and technical direction, and providing oversight management of assigned field projects. This role works to develop and maintain positive customer relationships in an effort to develop new business opportunities, and for maintaining safe and profitable construction projects.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management, (or related field) or equivalent combination of technical training and related experience.

10+ years of experience in the construction or engineering industry or equivalent combination of technical training and related experience in pipeline construction.

3+ years of experience supervising others.

Specific project experience within pipeline projects or heavy civil underground/utility projects.

Ability to preserve confidential and proprietary information and successfully avoid conflicts-of-interest.

Strong knowledge of collective bargaining agreements, personnel issues and EEO.

Thorough knowledge of construction contracts/law.

Thorough understanding of corporate and industry practices, processes, standards, technology, equipment methods, cost control, schedules, etc. and their impact on project activities.