At Frampton, you’ll find a dedicated team of professionals who take pride in building strong relationships with each other and with clients, all while providing the highest quality of service.
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Assistant Preconstruction Manager
The assistant preconstruction manager will assist the preconstruction department with the production of thorough cost estimates based on varying levels of design information, ranging from conceptual drawings to fully detailed construction documents. The assistant preconstruction manager will interface with the owner, designer, subcontractors, and suppliers to provide accurate, organized and complete cost data.
A Project Manager’s (PM) primary responsibility is to provide leadership of the project team and to act as a key member of the administrative and technical management of the project. The FCC 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 any 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. PMs are expected to demonstrate leadership while representing FCC standards, policies, and values.
Marketing Coordinator - Charlotte, NC
Frampton Construction is seeking a highly creative and self-driven Marketing Coordinator to join our marketing team in the Charlotte, NC office. The position will report to the Senior Marketing Manager and support the marketing department and business development team. The marketing coordinator will assist in the development, planning, coordination and implementation of all marketing and promotional efforts. Strong writing, editing, graphics, and grammar skills are a must.
A Project Engineer’s (PE) primary responsibility is to provide technical information to the project team in order to ensure the project is in compliance with plans, codes, specifications, and design instructions. The PE will also assist in evaluation and solutions of potential field problems. He or she will perform all essential functions and responsibilities in conjunction with the company’s values and beliefs and in alignment with Frampton Construction’s policies. The PE helps the project team ensure that the construction process and building are completed to the client’s full satisfaction and at the company’s expected levels of safety, quality and profitability.
A Frampton assistant superintendent is in training for the superintendent position while supporting the project team. The assistant superintendent plans, leads, and coordinates subcontractors and/or trade activities for an assigned project. The assistant superintendent performs all essential functions and responsibilities in conjunction with the company's values and beliefs and in alignment with Frampton Construction's policies and procedures. The assistant superintendent is instrumental in helping to ensure that the construction process and building are completed to the client's full satisfaction and at the company's expected levels of safety, quality, and profitability.
Assistant Project Manager
A Frampton assistant project manager (APM) is in training for the project manager position while supporting the project team. The APM assists the project manager and field staff in the overall planning, scheduling, and administration of an assigned project. An APM may be assigned responsibility for specific aspects of a project. The APM performs all essential functions and responsibilities in conjunction with the company's values and beliefs.
The Frampton superintendent is the main contact in the field and works in concert with the Project Manager to schedule, plan, and direct all field operations. The superintendent has full responsibility for initiating and implementing all pertinent safety and quality control policies and procedures on a job. Additional responsibilities include reviewing subcontractor scopes, participation in buyout, adherence to budget, and ensuring the construction process and building are completed to the client's full satisfaction.
”Frampton encourages comradery 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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