Project Superintendent - JOC - Military veterans preferred

2021-05-27
Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Other

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  full-time   employee



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Title:

Project Superintendent - JOC

Responsible for the daily field construction of an individual project in accordance with the established policies, procedures, systems, and requirements approved by the company. Capable of running a project of over $75 million. Supervises and directs the daily efforts of the physical construction of the project through daily coordination of all field activities, subcontractor direction, and code/specification compliance. Responsibilities include technical input for schedule creation, subcontracting strategy, subcontractor scopes of work, quality of construction, schedule adherence, budget containment, safety, selection of methods, systems, and techniques of construction, and labor cost control through daily attention to unit costs and adjustments in crew size or composition, etc. Typically requires 20+ years of experience in the building construction industry with at least 15 years in a supervisory role.

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