The Richmond District is seeking a qualified individual to provide district-wide project controls leadership to the construction management team. The selected applicant will lead and perform quality assurance and quality control activities; conduct time and money analyses comparison of planned schedules and budgets versus field results. Provide post-award scheduling and time impact analysis support for work orders. Provide pre-award budget preparation and post-award budgetary reporting and change order cost estimation. Review contract construction projects to ensure work is in accordance with plans, specifications, and guidelines; develop CEI budgets, monitor expenditures, and develop and monitor construction schedules; and conduct extensive constructability reviews. Identify significant design and construction issues and recommend improvements; interpret plans and contract requirements; provide technical advice to contractors, design, and construction engineers; and conduct on-site field visits to ensure elements of design and construction are within contract scope and established standards and specifications. The selected applicant will also assist the District Construction Engineer in evaluating district-wide progress related to statewide quality measures (on-time, on-budget, CQIP, and ECR metrics). Monitor metrics, develop and implement improvement measures. Review project management and financial tracking software to ensure accuracy; research and resolve discrepancies; attend field inspections, public hearings, field reviews and preconstruction conference; and perform special assignments in support of quality assurance. Develop draft analyses contract disputes.
For more details and to apply, visit https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/73412
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