Multi-Family Framing Project Manager

84 Lumber Company - Alpharetta, GA3.4

Description/Job Summary

The Project Manager reports directly to the Commercial Operations Manager. The PM is the direct supervisor of assigned estimator(s).
The PM is responsible for the solicitation of project documents and information, ensures that all information is put into the hands of hub estimators, support team members as well as outside vendors through a functional RFP procedure.
The PM is responsible for following up on all outstanding RFP's to ensure the project bid date is hit. During the estimating process the PM solicits additional information from the client on behalf of the estimator, or ensures the estimator is gathering the information of their own accord.


o Review Plans & Specs
o Review Material list and compare to job specs
o Review Scope of Work
o Create proposal with cost of material and labor
o Review Contract with Customer

Buyout subcontractors
o Work with Project Coordinators to put together subcontractor work order / scope of work
o Work with and report to Commercial Operations Manager daily

Develop Project schedule
o Material delivery schedule
o Schedule of Values

Daily Reporting
o Job Conditions
o Man Power
o Work in Place vs. Schedule
o Ensure Quality Control
o Ensure Safety is met

Coordinate material deliveries with production flow

Sign off
o Labor pay applications
o Work with Project Coordinator to produce pay application to customers
o Approve General Conditions expenditures

Manage Budget vs. Actual
Initiate RFI's
Required Skills

Proficiency using Microsoft Office
Proficiency using construction estimating software.
Required Experience

Experience in Multi-Family wood framing codes and best practices.
Minimum 3-5 years of progressive responsibility estimating for the construction industry.
Experience in contract negotiation with subcontractors and vendors as well as buyout.
Experience managing a project budget.
Proficiency using Microsoft office.
Preferred Education

Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university; or at least 4 years of specific experience and/or training related to the essential functions of the job; or equivalent combination of education and training