The Preconstruction Estimator (PE) is responsible for overseeing all preconstruction phase estimating services associated with Design Assist, Design-Build, and Construction Management type contracts. The PE works directly with the Preconstruction Director, Owner, the Design Team and the Construction Team’s technical support staff. The PE coordinates estimating (project budget), value analysis, and bid package development resulting in financial, procurement and logistics plans. The PE will closely coordinate these services with the Operations Project Manager and the Operations Project Executive. In addition, the PE will assist in business development activities.
Establish and implement Review System intended to assure that that the design, engineering, equipment, materials, and labor comply with the contract, and the quality of work meets the required standards.
Chair and record design and construction review meetings.
Maintain regular budget and schedule reviews.
Review details for practicality of Construction, Operations, and Maintenance.
Prepare reports and actions plans as necessary to maintain schedules for compliance and bridging documents budgets.
Perform conceptual estimating services during the design period.
Review and provide comments on final concept drawings and working drawings.
Coordinate and supervise employees and consultants
Lead the Preconstruction Team
Develop the Project Budget
Evaluate alternate schemes
Hold team members accountable for their actions
Maintain close liaison with Owner and Design Team
Facilitate design decision-making
Incorporate requested changes
Involvement in key meetings and discussions
Review and determine project General conditions and requirements for Design/Build CM and CMc
Preparation and presenting of CM and CMc proposals to owner
Manage open-book cost estimating to include cost control, constructability reviews, value engineering, life cycle cost analysis, scheduling, logistics, subcontractor selection and material procurement ; all tailored to the clients explicit goods and needs
Involve the Estimating Team
Perform and Check Quantity take-offs
Solicit Sub-pricing and verify scopes
Develop conceptual or schematic phase estimates
Verification of labor and material costs
Monitor the planning and permitting of approval processes and contractual obligations
Liaison with agencies, as required.
Review and analyze contract documents to determine contractual obligations
Contributes to compliance with small, disadvantaged, and women owned business requirements
Assist Business Development
Preparation of technical proposals.
Preparation and delivery of oral presentations.
Maintain relationships with design firms and construction managers.
Take an active role in trade associations and other community based activities
A minimum of three (3) years of design phase management experience or estimating experience and three (3) years of experience in construction management or general contracting is required.
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