General SummaryThis position is responsible for assisting in the coordination of the interface between the Designer’s Discipline Leads and the Construction Team during the Preconstruction (procurement proposal and design) and post-design services phases of an Alternative Procurement Delivery Method (APDM) Project to reduce construction scope, manage risk, and manage engineering budgets. APDM includes Design-Build (DB), Construction Manager/General Construction (CMGC), Construction Management At Risk (CMAR), General Contractor/Construction Manager (GCCM) and Public Private Partnerships (P3).Essential Job Accountabilities1. Assist in determining that project scope meets the project’s prime contract documents, schedule, design criteria, applicable codes, budget and agreements with designer (including design schedule and design budget) to ensure adequate preparation for efficient execution throughout all phases of the project.2. Assist the Pursuit Manager during the preconstruction procurement phase of the project with development of estimating deliverables to ensure budgets and schedules are met3. Assist the Pursuit Manager in evaluating options for construction and design alternatives during the preconstruction phase to reduce construction scope and risk.4. Assist the Project Manager or Senior Preconstruction coordinator with the coordination of constructability reviews, development, and approval of design improvements through the use of task force processes to improve constructability, and reduce construction scope and project risks.5. Perform and coordinate quantity take-offs as necessary to monitor scope growth, impact of design changes, and final quantities to ensure project profitability6. Assist in the coordination and tracking between the Designer, Quality, and Construction teams to insure that shop drawing reviews, design variations, information requests and non-conformance resolution are completed in a cost effective and timely manner.
Education• BS degree required, Civil Engineering or Construction Management preferred