Construction Project Management
Tetra Tech
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
6d ago

Responsibilities :

Leadership and Business Contribution :

  • Take action to meet and exceed client expectations.
  • Lead the construction management team by setting direction, assessing personnel skills and providing guidance for improvement and growth.
  • Ensure adequate and competent resources are in place to meet business needs.
  • Participate in CPL’s overall business by maintaining strong relationships with the contractor community and through business development activities to identify new clients and construction opportunities within Western Canada.
  • Project Planning and Management :

  • Strategize a project execution plan that addresses all aspects of a project from design and procurement through to construction and commissioning.
  • Develop this plan to meet client objectives and ensure project quality and performance.

  • Communicate effectively and manage all project team members, including agencies, suppliers, contractors and the client as necessary for project execution and coordination.
  • Develop and maintain project schedules using MS Projects, identifying critical activities to project completion, monitor schedule performance, update and take corrective action as required.
  • Prepare project cost estimates from preliminary concept drawings, develop the detailed project control budget and update costs as the project progresses.
  • Undertake economic analysis of various design options to provide the client with the most cost effective and technically viable solution. Regulatory Liaison :

  • Coordinate and liaise with regulatory agencies, including Hydro Utilities, MOE, FLNRO, Conservation Authorities and Municipalities in obtaining project approvals and permits.
  • Understand construction activities to prepare Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP) and Care of Water Plans (CWP).
  • Design Capabilities :

  • Review design concepts and drawings and provide advice on constructability, undertake risk assessments and develop corresponding contingency plans.
  • Contract Administration :

  • Assemble construction and supply contract documents with particular emphasis on preparation of work scopes.
  • Tender, tender evaluation, negotiation and award of contracts for engineering services, equipment / material supply and construction.
  • Administer contracts involving review and approval of contractor documents, evaluation and issuance of contract changes, payment approvals and discrepancies.
  • Construction Management :

  • Provide construction management direction and supervision :
  • Execute monitoring and inspection activities of supply and construction to confirm that project works are in conformance with drawings, specifications and contract requirements,
  • Manage all project contracts related to supply and construction to support achieving project goals (quality, schedule and cost),
  • Provide instruction and direction to the on-site construction managers and verify their performance,
  • Ensure that engineering is involved for review of technical issues, review of vendor drawings and on-site inspections,
  • Liaise with the client on all aspects of the project addressing supply, construction and associated contracts,
  • Take appropriate action for all potential claims or legal implications which arise during execution of the work.
  • Attend contractor meetings including those for kick-off, progress, milestones, completions and other critical activities as appropriate,
  • Ensure collection of completions documentation including; contract submittals, QA / QC records, as-built information, as well as issuance of inspection completion certificates.
  • Status Reporting :

  • Assess project performance and effectively write monthly project status reports, which includes safety, decisions, regulatory status, engineering design, contract status, construction activities, schedule, risk assessment and mitigation and cost controls.
  • Requirements :

  • Minimum ten years project management experience of civil projects.
  • Prefer at least three years of water resources or hydroelectric experience for Hydro projects.
  • Effective communication skills.
  • Professional Engineer registered in the Province of British Columbia, Ontario or Alberta.
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