Flatiron Construction Corp.
Description The Project Manager - Airport Expansion has the\u00a0lead role on the Denver International Airport Expansion Project. This individual will liaise\u00a0directly with the client\/owners and is responsible for ensuring the delivery of the project on time and in budget. To be successful in this position, you must have previous end-to-end heavy civil construction experience on large scale ($500M), large scale vertical construction ($500M)\u00a0projects design-build projects and a demonstrated track record of leading and executing profitable projects while building talent capability. As a Project Manager at Flatiron you have the opportunity to be the CEO of your project. Responsibilities Lead and manage the construction efforts, ensuring the successful completed project is delivered on time and in budget. Working closely with the Project Director\/Project Sponsor, you will have responsibility for overall forecasting, cost management, contingency planning and securing the profitability of the project. Develop and maintain successful client\/owner and JV Partner relationships on behalf of Flatiron, which can include overcoming challenges and differences of opinions insuring win-win outcomes best for the project and business. Establish and implement project objectives, policies, procedures, and performance standards in line with corporate policies. Leading by example, you will provide positive safety leadership to the project, promoting our \Don't Walk By\ safety standard and Company Values. Assist in reviewing and negotiating contracts, liaising with legal counsel as appropriate in conjunction with the leadership team. Assemble key personnel for the project, utilizing internal resources as well as external through your existing network. Manage financial aspects of contracts to protect the company's interests and maintain strong relationships with client. Contribute technical direction to the pre-award process by determining project scope, planning, and estimating and during construction, act as a technical resource for the project team. Lead the project team (including staff from other groups (e.g. JV partners) and sub-consultants and sub-contractors) and coordinate all project resources. Monitor\/control construction progress to ensure project is built on schedule and within budget. Continuously review field operations, ensuring that the project is constructed safely and in accordance with all design, budgetary and scheduling obligations. Identifying required and optional changes in project scope and negotiate change orders with the owner. Supervisory Responsibility: Consistently demonstrates him\/herself professionally and carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities may include attracting, selecting, onboarding and retaining talent; planning, assigning, and directing work; performance management of team members including annual performance appraisals, disciplinary actions, addressing complaints and resolving problems; building talent and succession within the team. Requirements The successful candidate will possess the following skills and experience: A Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering or related field from an accredited institution or equivalent training and experience\u00a0is required 10 years of proven Project Management experience with a large General Contractor Substantial experience on large scale heavy civil projects(bridges, roads, highways, rail etc) is required Proven success in delivering high quality projects on time and on budget Experienced in liaising with clients, consultants, and management of site staff and subcontractors Be skilled in anticipating project needs with sufficient lead-time to avoid delays in production Experience in multiple procurement methodologies - Design Build\/ PPP (P3) preferred Demonstrated negotiation skills and ability to represent all project matters on behalf of the Company and\/or Joint Venture related to cost, schedule & contract matters with owner, partners and\/or subcontractors Productivity tracking and monitoring for self-performed scopes Project cost forecasting experience Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Executive Presentation Skills Proven ability to work through and overcome conflicts productively and while maintaining professionalism at all times Demonstrate an overriding commitment to health, safety and environmental responsibility Registration or eligibility to register as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng) is an asset Position requires extensive travel to project sites Must be willing and able to relocate based on business needs and project assignments Ability to acquire, develop and retain talent through the various project cycles (start up, maintain, completion) Ability operate in a matrix organization Ability to lead a team Strategic and operational capabilities Key Relationships Internal Team members both within the Project, Division and Corporate teams Division VP, COO and senior leadership team across areas of the business Support functions across Flatiron including, but not limited to: Safety, Equipment, Project Controls, Legal, Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, IT, Technical Support Group and other support areas. Other divisions and business units within Flatiron External Existing and Potential Owners Existing and Potential Partners, Subcontractors, Vendors, Suppliers Benefits Some of the benefits you can expect as a Flatiron employee are: Comprehensive compensation package and paid time off program Industry leading 401(k)\/RRSP Medical\/Extended Health Care, Dental, Vison and\/or Provincial Medical Wellness benefits & Employee Assistance Program Tuition Reimbursement Program Flatiron is an EEO\/AA\/ADA\/Veterans employer.
Flatiron Construction Corp.
Website : http://www.flatironcorp.com/
Flatiron, with a construction volume of more than $1 billion, is one of the leading providers of transportation construction and civil engineering in North America. Its core competencies include major bridge, highway, and rail projects. Named after the unique rock formations found near Boulder, Colo., Flatiron has grown from a small materials company to one of the largest transportation and infrastructure contractors in the nation. This growth began in the late 1980s when the company secured a series of contracts along Interstate 70 through the Glenwood Canyon Corridor, Colorado's most scenic stretch of interstate. Flatiron was recognized for its work on I-70 with awards that catapulted the company into national prominence.