Job Title - Construction Manager – Waste Water Treatment Plants/Pump Stations/Force Mains
- Construction Manager working with the PMCM to oversee multiple contractors involved in the new build and rehabilitation of WWTP’s (Waste Water Treatment Plants), Pumping Stations, and Force Mains within Miami Dade, FL.
- Maintain the high safety standards set by the CD PMCM team and MDWASD
- Review and understand all provisions of contract documents, specifications, drawings as well compliance with building and other regulatory agency requirements.
- Manage the processing, logging, and tracking of Submittals, RFIs, DN’s, NCR’s and CARs
- Manage accurate record-keeping related to progress meetings, schedule reviews, document review.
- Manage all elements of Change Order Management, Cost Estimates, and Negotiations
- Attendance and manage all monthly/weekly/daily contractor and client meetings.
- Respond to Owners representatives’ requests at Program and Operations levels.
- Report projects progress and risk issues to Program Construction Manager and the Program Manager.
- Conduct safety audits and observations to help achieve a zero-incident culture
- Responsible for managing overall project Quality standards
- Responsible for overall project cost management
- Responsible for management of the assigned CE and CI for each project managed
- Provides input into the selection of project support staff personnel
- Responsible for all on-site coordination with WASD Operations for assigned projects
- Collaborate with the design team to ensure accuracy of all documents
- Report on work progress and budget issues
- Participate in constructability reviews and provide input to the design team
- Coordinate with WASD to ensure proposed construction and work methods are clearly understood and accepted
- Ensure equipment and manpower resources are being used efficiently
- Review contractor work performance
- Provide project status updates to upper management
- Experience in wastewater and wastewater collection and transmission infrastructure, gravity sewer systems, force mains up to 54” diameter, submersible pumping, and dry well/wet well-pumping stations up to 500HP motors.
- Experience with current and emerging wastewater treatment plant installations including, but not limited to, chemical (liquid and gaseous) storage tanks, pumps and dosing systems, monitoring and sampling systems. Sludge dewatering and thickening systems, pumping systems. Digestion process, FOG, Standby generators, Co-Generation Facilities, Clarifiers, Screens and screenings handling equipment, HV, MV, and LV electrical systems, controls, and SCADA integration.
- Experience in start-up and commissioning of treatment and pumping systems.
- Experience in shutdown protocols, interfaces with existing facilities with minimum disruption to operations.
- Experience with working with civil and building inspectors and electrical and control engineers/inspectors.
- Direct experience working with contractors in the field.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
- Good communication skills with both contractor and the client.
- OSHA training 30 hour
- Possesses excellent analytical, technical, and communication skills
- Demonstrated proficiency in a full suite of Microsoft Office programs and Adobe Acrobat
- Able to exercise initiative and independent judgment in the solution of word problems
- Ability to receive direction and effectively execute tasks in a timely manner
- Excellent problem-solving abilities
- Maintains a positive attitude and collaborative spirit
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Licensed Professional Engineer
- CCM or CMAA Accredited
- Experience with Proliance Construction (PCTS) and EBuilder
- A Civil Engineering degree plus two (15) years of engineering experience in construction management for Water & Sewer.
- Registered in the State of Florida as a professional engineer (or if registered in another state, have the ability to obtain registration in Florida within six (6) months)
- Valid Driver’s License and a clean driving record
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or Civil Engineering Technology from an ABET-accredited university may be substituted for one year of engineering experience
- The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for the position.