Stanford is seeking an experienced project manager with in depth working knowledge and understanding of laboratory / institutional type retrofit projects, commercial tenant improvements and historical improvement projects. Position is non-supervisory staff position reporting to the Manager of Zone Project Management. Must be able to operate at a high level of autonomy. Must also have working knowledge of plumbing, mechanical, electrical and control systems. Primary responsibilities are to deliver timely, efficient and value-added services to university facilities and customer base by managing projects with value up to $3,000,000.
Manage projects with manpower supplied by outside vendors and/or Building Grounds & Maintenance - Shops and complete projects on time and within budget.
Provide timely and efficient delivery of construction projects through all stages: conceptual, design, estimate, budget, bid/qualification, contract, permit, build out, change order and completion.
Interface with Contracts Dept. and manage lump sum, GMP and design-build contracts.
Must have thorough knowledge of building codes and regulations as they apply to projects. Ability to resolve problems such as improvements in productivity, equipment performance, customer service.
Preferred project experience:
Laboratory retrofits / remodeling
Electrical system upgrades including lighting, switchgear, MCC's, generators, etc.
Roofing, waterproofing & building envelope systems
Apply both verbal and written communication skills to develop project scopes of work and implementation of projects. Ensure all critical project members, customers, building occupants, etc. are kept in the communication loop through project completion. Establish construction delivery methods, prepare RFP packages, and negotiate / quickly process change orders on projects.
Perform punch list and quality control inspections to ensure projects comply with plans and specifications.
Manage inter-relationships with architects, shop managers, engineers, space planners, schedulers, building inspectors, environmental and safety staff, outside contractors and zone managers to achieve collaboration on project delivery.
Provide technical information and expertise to facilitate successful project delivery.
Respond to critical emergency service requests and to sensitive special service requests.
Identify and pin point constructible and phasing issues involved with all projects. Incorporate these items within the project scope of work, prior to estimate development and commencement of work. Incorporate all phasing elements in the design drawings.
Listen, learn and follow through with direction provided by supervisor / manager.
Perform field scoping / site inspections necessary for identification of future
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