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Similar to a project coordinator position, the field coordinator is assigned onsite to a specific construction project. The field coordinator's primary responsibility is to provide technical information to the project team and provide the support needed to ensure the project follows all plans, codes, specifications, and design instructions. The field coordinator is also expected to assist in evaluating and resolving potential field problems while focusing on schedule, QA/QC, logistics, and subcontractor/vendor coordination. Qualifications for position include: ability to travel to assigned project, and a valid/ unrestricted driver's license.
Frampton Construction Company offers a Summer Construction Internship program designed to provide an array of meaningful hands-on work, educational experiences, and exposure to industry leaders across the organization. We provide a professional experience with opportunities for personal growth to talented construction and engineering students as a path to a full-time career with Frampton upon graduation. Tasks may include assisting with project startup, safety planning, RFI & submittal administration, and documentation of jobsite meetings.
The Preconstruction Manager's primary responsibility is to organize, manage hard bid and/or conceptual estimates, analyze subcontractor bids accurately and effectively. The preconstruction manager interfaces with the owner, designer (s), subcontractor (s), and suppliers to provide accurate, organized, and complete cost data. The preconstruction manager participates in developing and implementing strategies for project success. Coordinates work with other managers for scope accuracy and comprehensiveness. Supports the implementation of departmental standards and procedures. Performs all responsibilities in accordance with corporate values and principles and in a manner consistent with corporate goals.
A Project Manger’s (PM) primary responsibility is to provide leadership for the project team and to act as a key point person for the administrative and technical management of the project. The PM supervises all activities related to contract administration, financial management, procurement, schedule, and risk management. The PM works closely with field operations, company leadership and preconstruction. In addition, the PM interfaces with owners, design teams, suppliers, and subcontractors to resolve constructability and/or value engineering matters, including the coordination associated with proper project execution. The PM works in concert with the superintendent(s) to perform all essential functions and responsibilities of the project to the satisfaction of the Owner, trade partners, and FCC shareholders. The PM is expected to demonstrate leadership while representing FCC per the company’s policies.
Similar to a field coordinator position, the project coordinator may be assigned to one or more construction project(s). The project coordinator's primary responsibility is to provide technical information to the project team and provide the support needed to ensure the project follows all plans, codes, specifications, and design instructions. The project coordinator is also expected to assist in evaluating and resolving potential field problems while focusing on risk management, financial assessments (change orders, contracts, etc.), schedule, QA/QC, logistics, and subcontractor/vendor coordination.
An assistant superintendent's primary responsibility is to lead a project site with guidance from the project manager and the superintendent and/or senior superintendent. The assistant superintendent is in training for the superintendent position; needs to be actively involved, potentially leading, the overall planning, scheduling, quality, safety, and logistics of a project. The assistant superintendent can lead, and coordinate subcontractor's work activities for an assigned project. Knowledge of materials, processes, and management of construction-related tasks. Perform all essential function and responsibilities in conjunction with the company's mission, vision, and values. The assistant superintendent is in alignment with FCC's policies, including processes and procedures, so the construction project is completed to the client's full satisfaction and at the company's expected levels of schedule, safety, quality, and financial success.
Assistant Project Manager
An Assistant Project Manager's (APM) primary responsibility is to provide technical information to the project team and provide the support needed to ensure the project follows all plans, codes, specifications, and design instructions. The APM is also expected to assist in evaluating and resolving potential field problems. The APM shall also act in alignment with FCC’s policies, processes, and procedures in order to ensure the construction project is completed to the client’s full satisfaction and at the company’s expected levels of safety, quality, schedule and financial success.
A superintendent’s primary responsibility is to provide leadership of the project team and to act as a key member for the scheduling, phasing, safety, and quality of the project. The superintendent is the main contact in the field, works in concert with the project manager to schedule, plan, and direct all field operations. Has full responsibility for initiating and implementing all pertinent safety and quality control policies and procedures per company guidelines. Qualifications for position include: 5+ years of commercial or industrial construction experience, with a minimum of three (3) years as a lead. Superintendents must have the ability to travel to assigned project, have a valid/ unrestricted driver's license, and be proficient in computer skills including but not limited to Word, Excel, Outlook and scheduling software including Microsoft Project. Experience with construction management software such as Procore is preferred.
”Frampton encourages camaraderie and makes sure every team member is given a voice. There is huge potential for growth and learning here.“Kyle ShankProject Manager
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