The Construction Manager/Resident Engineer supervises and manages construction project field offices and personnel. The position is responsible for ensuring that work performed, equipment furnished, and materials incorporated in the work conform to the contract requirements. Additional duties include the following: full contract administration; leading preconstruction and weekly construction meetings; responding to contractor correspondence, RFIs, and submittals; CPM scheduling; shop drawing reviews; preparing and reviewing cost estimates; negotiating settlements for changes and claims; recommending extra work and claims settlements to Owners; negotiating and recommending monthly progress payments; preparing monthly progress reports; maintaining a daily diary of events; reviewing and approving materials, equipment, and testing procedures; coordinating with Owner operations personnel, PM staff, and stakeholders; producing record drawing (as-built) documentation; and project start-up, acceptance, and close-out.
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering, construction management, or equivalent.
Experience: 15+ years of progressive project/construction management experience with water/wastewater treatment facilities, pipelines, reservoirs, pump stations, and industrial facility construction projects for public agencies, special districts, and municipalities.
Required Knowledge: Proficient with the following: construction means and methods; Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling; financial management and analysis; scheduling software (e.g., Oracle Primavera P6 and/or MS Project); electronic document control systems (e.g., Procore); Adobe Acrobat and/or Bluebeam; and MS Office Suite with the ability to create detailed Excel spreadsheets.
Required Skills and Abilities: Read and interpret contract specifications and detailed drawings; solve technical problems within schedule constraints; act independently on technical matters relating to construction projects; attention to detail with the ability to recognize discrepancies; strong leadership, organizational, multitasking, and time management skills; communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing; coordinate with multiple project stakeholders; and operate current office equipment and computers.
CERTIFICATIONS/REGISTRATION AND LICENSES
Certifications/Registrations: California Professional Engineer or Certified Construction Manager (preferred)
Licenses: Travel to job sites is required. Must maintain a valid California Class C Driver License.
Internal Number: CMRE072021
About Butier Engineering, Inc.
Butier Engineering, Inc. (Butier) is a professional construction management firm servicing public agencies and special districts throughout Southern California in the delivery of heavy civil infrastructure. Our expertise is in water/wastewater treatment facilities, large diameter pipelines, and commercial and industrial facility construction. This experience includes virtually every facet of water treatment, storage, and delivery to municipal, residential, commercial, and industrial end users. We maintain a market focus that largely consists of projects within Orange, Riverside, San Diego, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles counties. Butier is an equal opportunity employer.