The Project Manager manages the bidding, negotiation, and contracting of residential land development projects; the budgeting and scheduling of those projects; and assists the Land Development Field Managers in the execution and completion of those projects for the Company. This is primarily an office position with periodic trips to the field to visit and inspect progress at job sites.
Essential Job Duties:
- Coordinate contractor solicitation, qualification and bidding.
- Manage the bid evaluations process, contract negotiation, contract execution and administration.
- Preparation and modification of residential land development contract scopes of work.
- Creates detailed, project specific, preliminary land development budgets.
- Prepare and maintain of land development project schedules.
- Preparation of final land development budgets for presentation to management for approval.
- Closely manage projects to ensure they are completed within budget.
- Assist the Land Development Field Managers in the field as necessary.
- Review invoices against approved budgets and approve purchase orders for distribution.
- Coordinate with the accounting department to ensure timely payments to contractors.
- Assist the Land Development Field Managers in the scheduling and management of contractors.
- Ensure that finished lots are delivered to the construction department in accordance with division standards, on-time and within budget.
- Daily interaction with land acquisition, land entitlements, land development and vertical construction teams.
- Assist the land acquisitions team with due diligence activities.
- Maintain project files and records.
- Four-year degree in Civil Engineering, Business, Construction Management, Urban Planning, Real Estate or related field.
- 5 + years of experience in residential land development construction, single or multi-family land acquisitions, or related experience.
- Knowledge of Colorado residential (attached and detached) land development practices and
- procedures including wet and dry utilities, storm sewer, concrete, curb and gutter, paving, etc.
- Must be able to read, analyze, interpret and comprehend financial reports, construction documents, legal documents, surveys, soil reports and technical reports.
- Knowledge of infrastructure/civil land development construction practices.
- OSHA 10/30 Construction qualification preferred
Location/Region: Greenwood Village, CO