February 19, 2016
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Experience: 8+ Years
Project Manager Description
This is a multiple incumbent position and each Project Manager will be assigned projects based upon areas of expertise and experience. Acts as Owner’s Representative and manages design, new construction, and renovation and restoration projects for the 320 acre National Historic Landmark campus. Responsibilities include selection and coordination of design professionals, program definition with users, contract development, scheduling, communications between the project and building occupants, facilitating arrangements for construction activities, reviewing work and ensuring that it is completed according to contract documents and building and life safety codes, reviewing and authorizing pay applications and managing the budget. May coordinate the appropriate and sensitive selection and specification of wall, ceiling and floor finishes, furnishings and upholstery, window treatments, lighting, and fixtures for both historic and contemporary institutional, educational, administrative and residential settings, to meet programmatic and maintenance requirements.
Requires working knowledge of architectural and engineering terminology, construction means and methods, building codes, asbestos abatement processes, cost estimating, manpower operations and contractual procedures. Experience in renovation of historical structures required. Eight years professional commercial/institutional project management experience required. Bachelor degree in architecture, construction management, mechanical engineering, or interior design required; engineering experience desirable. An equivalent combination of experience and education that meets the minimum requirements may be substituted.
There are two full-time positions available.
Interested candidates should send a resume and employment application to firstname.lastname@example.org
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