We are currently seeking a Construction Manager to work with one of North America's largest refinery/petrochemical companies. This position is a long-term contract oppotunity and will be based out of our client's Houston, TX office.
The Construction Manager (CM) is directly accountable for all construction activities related to the project. The CM will support the Project Manager to ensure overall project success. The CM is required to organize, plan, staff, motivate, coordinate and direct the construction effort. The Construction Manager is responsible for overall construction safety, strategy, logistics, administration of construction controls, schedules and budgetary performance.
- Ensures that all construction activities are executed safely and meet Client’s quality, cost and schedule expectations.
- Provides input into the development of the Construction Safety Plan.
- Participate and provide construction input as needed during Front-End-Loading/Planning Stages of Client’s Project Process. This includes providing contract strategy, constructability, schedule, and estimate input as needed.
- Participate in the development of the Construction Contracting Strategy.
- Responsible for the development of the Construction Execution Plan.
- Responsible for leading the development of the Path of Construction.
- Provides oversight and responsible for the General Contractor’s WorkFace Planning, development of the Construction Work Areas (CWA), Construction Work Packages (CWP) and Installation Work Packages (IWP)
- Work with Project Controls Manager to develop and monitor contractor performance metrics.
- Other responsibilities as directed by management.
- B.S. (or higher) degree in relevant Engineering or Construction Management preferred.
- Minimum of 12 years’ experience associated with Project Management or Construction Management in Refining/Petrochemical environment required.
- Relevant field experience in construction management position required.
- Lead Construction role in Capital Projects greater than $500 MM preferred.
- Strong communication and leadership skills are required.