Project Manager

General Requirements

  • Experience of 5+ years preferred or Construction Management
  • Valid Texas Drivers Licenses
  • Criminal Justice Background Clearance
  • Comprehensive Drug Testing & Physical
  • OSHA 10 Hour-Certification (Preferred)
  • Understanding basic business practices, ability to comprehend accounting reports
  • Ability to effectively interpret mechanical ductwork plans and specifications and translate
  • Must work well with others with a team attitude
  • Ability to act as a facilitator to direct the work.
  • Strong judgment and decision-making.
  • Time management skills are important in prioritizing tasks to ensure that projects are completed by deadlines and streamlined processes are created to maximize productivity.
  • Decision-making skills are key to weighing the costs and benefits of various options and determining the best course of action to achieve company goals.
  • Problem-solving skills are crucial to analyzing past and current performance and recommending objectives to improve productivity and profitability.
  • Work experience in Estimating or similar role.
  • Experience in construction.
  • Hands-on experience with technical documentation and schedules.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • The ability to interpret construction documents (plans, specifications, contracts).
  • Familiar with drawing in AutoCAD or equivalent drafting program.
  • Adhere to and enforce all company policies and OSHA safety standards.
  • Maintain a neat and professional appearance and demeanor.
  • Other duties may be assigned


  • Medical Insurance
  • 401K Plan
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Time Off
  • Life Insurance 
  • Vision Insurance


To be an effective project manager, one must be prepared to establish a working structure, a format of proven management principles that support the philosophy of the company they serve. A system that will work best has to be designed and supported from within, to be truly effective.

The project manager must prepare a reasonable plan of action for building the project, by understanding the estimate, collecting data from subcontractors, outlining the scope of work and aggressively purchasing the trades, establishing the cost control measures that best assist in accomplishing one’s goals. One should monitor job progress in a timely manner, and report findings regularly to all involved participants. If problems occur, the project manager must take immediate action to identify the cause and effect, report their findings as specified, and
take the necessary action to correct the problem.

The project manager’s chances for success will be greatly improved if the principles, which govern the project manager’s activities, are adhered to. Exactness is not always attainable, but the ability to plan, track and execute the project is.

The project manager needs to draft a schedule that best depicts the data gathered from the estimate and the subcontractors. They should discuss the project estimate with the estimator and share the schedule creation with the superintendent. The more tasks listed on the schedule the greater the control of the progress of the project. This is a definite benefit to the project manager. Using the estimate and the purchasing opportunities they will create the project cost controls, formulating the working budget. With proficiency and experience projecting the outcome of your project can be done with reasonable success on day one.

The project manager is the leader, “Captain of his Ship”, in control of activities, aggressively pursuing the plan of action, making informed decision and avoiding the consequences of reacting to issues that may be avoided through the active, aggressive approach style of management. The project manager maps out their course of action, monitors its progress, and corrects where necessary. With timely knowledge of any aberrations, the project manager will be in the position to administer the project rather than be manipulated by the woes of inaction

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work: This is a full-time position that will typically involve 40+ hours a week and is eligible to work from home up to 40 hours per calendar year. While schedules may vary in accordance with the needs of jobs and/or work to be done, the Company will observe a five-day workweek Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All employees are expected to be at work on time.

Travel: Travel is generally local during the business day, although some out-of-area and overnight travel may be required.


  1. Preconstruction Services support
    • Preparing a deliverable schedule relative to bidding practices
    • Assisting the estimating department during plan review
    • Preparing a preliminary construction schedule
    • Outlining project requirements and general conditions
  2. Administration of the project
    • Managing the General Contractor or Owner’s contract
    • Communication of issues, and coordination of activities
    • Document control
  3. Acquisitions required for the construction of the project
    • Refinement of scope
    • Identifying items that have delivery dates that impact the schedule
    • Purchasing of trades and materials
  4. Management and scheduling of the project
    • Understanding manpower operations
    • Materials applications
    • Building code issues
  5. Cost control management
    • Issues resolution
    • Managing and verification of subcontractor change orders
    • Preparation of cost documents for submission and resolution
    • Building code issues
  6. Project close-out
    • Achieving substantial completion
    • Aggressive punch list completion
    • Submission of recoded drawings, maintenance manuals & Warranties

Procedural Responsibilities:

  • Receives Invitations to Bid from customers and initiates Requests for Proposal/bid process (RFPs) including downloading documents, auditing available documents against established checklists, and disseminating information to appropriate Estimators.
  • Updates field coordinator with new customer information, bid details, and contact info.
  • Interprets scale drawings, construction specifications, textual scope of work descriptions for customer requirements as well as architectural & structural as affecting the mechanical scopes of work. Surveys material quantities against needs reasonably inferred on the construction documents & specifications.
  • Identifies requirements for subcontractors and/or vendors on the project and solicits those parties’ participation.
  • Gathers and assembles all data for the cost estimate using established processes & procedures ensuring an accurate valuation of expected costs. Applies established labor metrics and adjusts for anticipated field conditions derived from the interpretation of project documentation and/or pre-estimating surveys (performed by others).
  • Prepares quotes for Sales/Ops review, including a thorough analysis of customer needs and specifications, accurate valuation of expected materials, equipment, labor, and any subcontractor/vendor costs.
  • Responsible for managing and developing process and procedures (systems) as it pertains to estimating and sales.
  • Responsible for assisting in equipment selection and purchase orders.
  • Reviews drawings and prepares feedback for staff.
  • Facilitate communications between cross-company and functional teams to ensure that issues are identified and incorporated into schedules and processes.

Project Estimating:

  • Prepare / distribute / track RFP’s
  • Perform in house take off’s
  • Lead the project team review project documents for accuracy, completeness, and familiarity
  • Create and distribute RFI’S as needed
  • Lead the to qualify subcontractor and/or vendors proposals to ensure accuracy and completeness
  • Preparation of project proposals (budget spreadsheets, scope qualifications, schedule, project specific documents for presentation, etc.)

Project Manager Application