At Welkin Mechanical, we work on some of the highest profile mechanical projects within the New York infrastructure market. From heavy mechanical and fire protection, to plumbing, HVAC, and specialty contracting, we engage with the best clients on the most challenging and unique projects.
Welkin enjoys a strong foundation to build upon. The company is poised to grow as we take advantage of the current emphasis on rebuilding America’s infrastructure as part of renewing our nation’s economy. Welkin’s work is concentrated in the heart of New York City.
The Project Manager manages heavy civil construction projects by leading the planning and development of all project deliverables. The Project Manager is responsible for managing the budget, work plan, and all project management procedures. The Project Manager will deliver the project on time and in accordance with the contract plans/specifications while keeping under budget.
Track contractual changes and notify changes to the owner.
Review cost estimates for changes to the contract for submission and negotiation with the owner.
Review and interpret drawings and specifications.
Develop, maintain and update construction CPM schedules including cost-loading and resource-loading as required.
Work with the scheduler to prepare schedule updates and monthly narratives.
Review monthly schedule reports and narratives prepared by the scheduler for submission to the owner.
Create and update two-week look-ahead schedules.
Lead the project team in the preparation of construction plans, safety procedures, quality work plans, etc.
Prepare, review, update and report on construction cost reports and labor productivity reports.
Prepare, review, submit and track Requests for Information, Change Orders, correspondence and other transmittals using project management software programs.
Determine quantities of work performed and prepare monthly payment requisitions for both the Owner contract and all subcontracts and purchase orders.
Review and approve material and subcontractor invoices.
Supervise the work of superintendents, project engineers and field engineers and ensure coordination.
Assist with MWDBE plan development, plan execution and continual compliance.
Perform other duties assigned.
Approximately 10 years of experience in construction project management.
Highly proficient in standard business software (Excel, Word, Outlook, Adobe).
Highly proficient in construction orientated project management software programs.
Strong skills in financial management of projects.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Ability to make decisions and work independently.
Ability to meet critical project milestones.
Willingness to coordinate and work in a team environment.
Ability to read and comprehend construction drawings and specifications for all disciplines of work.
Knowledge of CMiC software is a plus.
Knowledge of eBuilder is a plus.
Must be safety oriented.
Bachelor’s Degree in related field (Engineering, Construction Management, etc.) or equivalent years’ experience.