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Asst Construction Manager
Ref No.: 18-39450
Location: Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Skill Type
Skill Type:Engineering
The Assistant Project Manager supports the Project Manager as required for substation, overhead and underground transmission projects. Project Managers are responsible for overall management of their projects, coordinating the efforts between the various members of the project team and disciplines. Specific items that are performed include:
Manage substation and transmission engineering efforts.
Provide leadership guidance and instruction to other members of the project team.
Attend client and community meetings.
Participate in and contribute to the project status meeting.
Work with government agencies and public authorities as required to provide support for land surveying and mapping.
Provide assistance to client develop permit applications.
Aid in community outreach efforts.
Manage procurement documentation for all contractors to be hired (e.g., scopes of work, technical specifications, bid evaluations).
Responsibility for contract compliance and administration on contracts associated with the project.
Manage technical specifications as required to support the permitting process.
Provide support during construction to respond to Requests for Information (RFI’s) and coordinate with required groups to prepare final as-built drawings.
Support testimony and attendance to public meetings as required to support the permitting process.
Coordinate with clients engineer to facilitate final review when all design is complete.
Manage project estimates, budgets and costs, provide explanations for Monthly Variances.
Acknowledge budget changes by signing budget change orders.
Responsible for coordinating the testing and commissioning process, participates in decision-making (including signing off on all plans) and serves as the primary client interface for issue resolution.
Responsible for the complete close-out for their assigned projects.

Bachelor's Degree in Civil, Engineering
5-6 Years Experience
T&D experience a must