Project Superintendent

  •   Full Time
  •   Houston

Project Superintendent

The Project Superintendent is the company’s primary representative for the project and is responsible for safely constructing the project on a day-to-day basis. This includes accountability for all planning, short-term scheduling, the project workforce (including subcontractors), the project’s equipment fleet, and all project specific, company assets

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Planning:

The Project Superintendent is responsible to thoroughly plan all project activities with a primary focus on safety considerations, including:

  • Mobilization and Site Utilization
  • Equipment to be used for our work
  • Temporary Drainage
  • Dewatering
  • Excavation Layouts
  • Safe Trench Methods
  • Concrete Formwork
  • Concrete construction joint and placement sequencing
  • Beam erection and other heavy lifts
  • Falsework and shoring
  • Traffic control
  • Implementation and monitoring of storm water pollution prevention plan(SWPPP)
  • Ensure all crews are trained on activity hazard analysis

Scheduling:

  1. Participate in the development and updates of the overall project CPM schedule.
  2. In consultation with the Project Manager, produce an equipment, bar chart schedule for the entire project showing every piece of equipment that will be needed and their expected start dates, durations and finish dates
  3. Produce detailed schedules that closely follow the Project CPM Schedule. Communicate these to foremen, the project engineer, the project manager, subcontractors, and the Owner
  4. Monitor the execution of the work to ensure that schedules are met.

Contracts:

  1. Become intimately familiar with the requirements of the contract
  2. Identify and document all extra work.
    • Keep an accurate description and daily record of all force account work for which we are entitled to reimbursement under the specifications.
    • Assist with estimating all extra work proposals.
  3. Maintain personal set of contract documents to include all addenda, clarifications and change orders.

Personnel:

  1. Review all applications and recommend applicants for employment
  2. Maintain discipline of the workforce by enforcing all company rules.
  3. Develop and train assistant superintendents, foremen, engineers and craftsmen by setting goals, evaluating performance, and providing constructive feedback. Recommend promotions.
  4. Orient all new and employees and transferred employees.
  5. Terminate employees for appropriate reasons

Equipment:

  1. Make all requests for equipment to the Project Manager.
  2. Ensure all crews do daily inspections of all equipment
  3. Maximize equipment utilization while on the project. Ensure that all equipment is made available to other projects as soon as practical.
  4. See to it that equipment is maintained properly and timely.
  5. Ensure that all operators are qualified to run our machines and that the machines are operated safely and carefully.

Job Cost:

  1. Review the project budget to gain a thorough knowledge of the cost codes and instruct foremen on the proper use of codes for charging their crew’s time.
  2. Review the labor and total job cost reports for work items that are out of line.
  3. Report all cost report errors to the project engineer.

Project Control:

  1. Hold daily coordination meetings with foremen, the project engineer, field engineers and subcontractors.
  2. Constantly monitor all of our project operations to ensure that crews work at maximum potential.
  3. Coordinate and supervise all subcontractors. Ensure that they maintain sufficient progress.
  4. Unload all permanent materials in planned for locations, utilizing care not to damage. Cover, protect, and periodically inspect until consumed in the project. Ensure all receiving tickets are turned in to the project engineer.
  5. Maintain our company’s reputation as a high quality producer by requiring high quality workmanship from both our forces and our subcontractors.
  6. Develop new and maintain existing, positive relationships with the Owner.
  7. After approval of the Project Manager, acquire all small tools for the project. Account for all small tools acquired and consumed for the project.
  8. Produce complete and detailed daily reports

Salary based on experience. Excellent Benefits!

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Ten years of experience
  • Must have current valid driver’s license and have a safe driving record.

For immediate consideration, please forward a copy of your current resume to info@profrecruiters.com referencing job # or a link to this job.

Job & Company Detail

Company Industry

Architect Industry

Company Size

1 - 9 Employees

Language

English

Job Category

Construction Industry

Applications Accepted Until

01 January 2030

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