TradeWind Services a Certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, located in Richland, WA is seeking to procure Construction Management Support Services to client activities on the Hanford Site.
This position is full time (4/10s schedule), with work location on the Hanford site. (subject to change)
Typical areas of construction management support include:
- Managing and coordinating the field execution of construction projects
- Organizing, directing, controlling, and overseeing field construction activities
- Supporting project-related initiatives
- Performing project assessments
- Preparing construction statements of work
- Participating in construction-related meetings
- Reporting on project performance and interfacing with project and operations personnel
- Developing project estimates and work control packages
Construction Management Labor Categories:
Responsible for management and execution of assigned project(s) in accordance with Buyer project requirements, operating policies and principles. Responsible for successful execution of the project work in accordance with project schedules, quality standards and requirements specified for the project. Ensure that field activities are ready to work and executed in the field with the correct priorities. Provide interface guidance between company projects, maintenance, waste transfers and overlapping work activities. Ensure work scheduled to be completed during assigned work week have been communicated to other organizations within the company that have interface or impacts associated with that work. Coordinate many schedules and ideas into one coherent product. Develop plan of the day and coordinate resources.
Project Manager II: Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in engineering or similar discipline and fifteen (15) or more years related experience in a project management capacity including all aspects of process development and execution. Must have previous senior-level experience in defining project objectives, developing full-scale project plans, overseeing quality control throughout the project lifecycle, organizing project task workloads, directing task assignments, and coordinating the efforts of multiple teams in order to deliver projects according to plan. A certification from an accredited project management firm such as the Project Management Institute is desired with demonstrated knowledge in the use of earned value management system (EVMS) techniques.
Project Manager I: Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in engineering or similar discipline and eight (8) or more years related experience. A certification from an accredited project management firm such as the Project Management Institute is desired with demonstrated knowledge in the use of earned value management system (EVMS) techniques.
Plan, direct, and coordinate a wide variety of construction field projects on the Hanford site and in particular work within the Central Plateau. Construction managers may oversee an entire project or just part of a project, direct and monitor the progress of construction activities through construction supervisors. Must have experience with coordinating building and trades activities with nuclear facility operations activities. They will oversee the technical selection of general contractors and trade contractors to complete specific pieces of the project, which could include everything from structural metalworking and plumbing to painting and carpet installation and are responsible for ensuring that all work is completed on schedule. The Construction Manager will manage multiple types of construction contract methods (fix price, design-build, T & M, unit rate etc.) Must understand contracts, plans, and specifications, and be knowledgeable about construction methods, materials, and regulations. Familiarity with computers and software programs for job costing, online collaboration, scheduling, and estimating also is required. Must have the ability to facilitate complex construction issues in the field between contractors and project staff. Must have proven experience at managing construction/project issues while meeting schedule and cost objectives. Must have the ability to promote safety in the workplace, and ability to solve work execution issues as they pertain to safe execution of work.
Construction Manager III – Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree or equivalent in engineering, construction management, or a technical discipline with twenty (20) years of relevant experience, of which six years should be with a DOE or commercial nuclear facility or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Construction Manager II – Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree or equivalent in engineering, construction management, or a technical discipline with fifteen (15) years of relevant experience, of which six years should be with a DOE or commercial nuclear facility or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Construction Manager I – Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree or equivalent in engineering, construction management, or a technical discipline with ten (10) years of relevant experience, of which four years should be with a DOE or commercial nuclear facility or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Field Work Supervisor
Primary crew supervisor in the field. Plans, organizes and schedules field work; reviews inspection and service work orders to prioritize work and to determine whom to assign; coordinates and schedules the use of equipment and crews with other supervisory staff; oversees and participates in the work of a crew performing field activities; monitors and inspects the work; provides advice and direction when problems arise. Ensures that work is performed properly and that safety precautions are observed in proper work procedures and in the operation of a variety of equipment. Capable of interpreting work packages, standards and specifications to ensure compliance with requirements.
This individual will be the primary oversight of commercial construction contractors and their Building Trades craft on a daily basis. They will prepare statements of work, perform material takes offs, obtain craft resources, manage material / equipment acquisitions, conduct pre-job and post job briefings, document / report construction performance, prepare corrective action management documents, interface with procedure development and other general construction management functions. The individual will manage the troubleshooting of equipment failures and provide technical guidance on repair methods and /processes during construction acceptance testing as well as during commissioning and start-up testing. The individual will analyze construction execution methods/problems to determine corrective actions to ensure construction projects complete on budget, as schedule and with high quality. Support field construction activities in the form of work package development, work release, oversight, and commissioning / startup testing. Serve as a Controlling Org Lock and Tag Administrator. Have a working knowledge of construction industry/Buyer safety policies and procedures to ensure assigned duties are performed in a safe/compliant manner, and if supervising others, has responsibility for the safety of those being supervised and ensure they comply with established safety policies and procedures and practice safe work habits. Willing to work shift work if assigned, as well as work overtime as required
Field Work Supervisor III – Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree in a technical discipline and fifteen (15) years of construction and or Hanford project/field/operation experience, or a combination of equivalent education and work experience. Will possess or be able to obtain a Buyer qualification card within 90 days in order to function within the Buyer’s facilities/locations.
Field Work Supervisor II – Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree plus ten (10) years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience or an equivalent level of Professional (Construction Field Manager) or Building Trades (Foreman/ Superintendent) work experience. Will possess or be able to obtain a Buyer qualification card within 90 days in order to function within the Buyer’s facilities/locations.
Field Work Supervisor I – Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree plus five (5) years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience or an equivalent level of Professional (Construction Field Manager) or Building Trades (Foreman/ Superintendent) work experience.
Performs work as part of a team under the general supervision of a Manager. Responsible for independently planning, expediting, organizing and performing a wide variety of specialized administrative and technical duties in support of schedule related tasks in order to achieve successful completion of project goals and deliverables. The Project Specialist scope will include planning and implementing project activities as required including monitoring project timelines and expenditures. Project Specialist must be knowledgeable in Microsoft Word and Excel.
Project Specialist II – Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Business or related field and ten (10) or more years related experience or a combination (BUYER approved) of education and experience.
Project Specialist I – Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in engineering, Business or related field and four (4) or more years related experience or a combination (BUYER approved) of education and experience.
Construction Work Control Planner
The Construction Work Control Planner position supports the execution of Davis-Bacon Determined work scope. The individual will prepare, coordinate, and facilitate the development of work control documents and work packages. Lead work-ability field walk downs, participate in hazard review boards, and recommend techniques to perform low-risk and high-risk construction and operation work scope. They will perform reviews of assigned work packages to ensure all required documents are approved, current, and applicable to the work being performed. Perform post reviews of completed work packages including verification of documentation completion, disposition of issues/comments, and evaluation of potential lessons learned. The position will interface regularly with Subject Matter Exerts including Field Work Supervisors, Engineers, Project Management, Commercial Contractors and Building Trades Craft. The individual will have experience with evaluating/determining the risk and complexity of construction and facility tasks to develop hazard controls and will be required to implement client and DOE programs, policies, standards, and procedures into tech procedures, work packages, Hazard Review Boards and Job Hazard Analyses.
Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in engineering, Business or related field and two (2) or more years related experience or a combination of education and experience.
Project Cost Estimator
Responsible for developing multi-disciplined project estimates that will be utilized to establish and substantiate project funding requests. The estimator will also develop construction estimates to substantiate subcontractor proposal and equitable adjustment requests. Reviews specifications and drawings/sketches for the preparation of the cost estimates. Performs detailed quantity takeoff of drawings or sketches. Applies appropriate cost elements (e.g. overhead, escalation, contingency, profit) as applicable to contract type. Prepares, maintains, reviews and revises lifecycle estimate for programmatic activities and line-item construction projects. The estimator will be required to provide factual, verifiable supporting documentation for estimated work. They will be required to develop estimate plans, identify pricing source and write basis of estimate statements. The candidate must be proactive in contacting and providing follow up with vendors and subcontractors and persuasive and persistent in communications; have the ability to prioritize work and to develop and maintain positive working relationships with team members at all levels.
Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Engineering or related field and eight (8) or more years related experience or a combination of education and experience. Current expertise and experience in generating detailed construction estimates utilizing subcontractors and building trades personnel with indexed documentation, and ability to write coherent, comprehensive basis of estimate documents. Must be proficient with Sage Timberline Estimating Software, and RS Means Construction Cost Data Bases maintaining direct/indirect yearly rate updates and markups. Must be proficient with Microsoft desktop software, specifically with Excel.
Duration is from date of award through 9/30/2020 with potential to extend longer.
Travel and living expenses are not authorized for this position.
All candidates are subject to a criminal background check, reference checks, and drug screening as required by the client.
Benefits available and excellent wage – DOQ
Candidates meeting the required qualifications should submit their resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate consideration. References are optional but appreciated. Attn: CMSS
Position closes 9/18/2019 at close of business