PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES TO INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
- Pre-Job Startup - Visit and familiarize with contractor and site; assess project specifics; attend mandatory preconstruction meeting with Project Manager and roof manufacturer; coordinate personnel access and stock itinerary.
- Visit jobsites as directed to record information needed by the estimating department.
- Be in constant contact with the Project Managers to ensure the jobs run on schedule and under budget, and all information and materials needed by the Foremen are provided in a timely manner.
- Review jobs with Project Manager and Project Foreman - review scope of work, submittals, schedule and contract; establish lines of communication and areas of responsibilities with GC/Owner regarding change orders, billings, etc.
- Interface with Warehouse - Create pre-job equipment list including safety, specialty equipment and rentals. Schedule trucks, equipment deliveries and returns. Liaison between field and shop regarding materials needed on a daily basis.
- Field Support for Roofing Crews - Review scope of work with Foreman/Project Manager warehouse and field as required. Supervise Project and Foreman. Track labor expended to Roofing produced and production per man per day. Generate extra work orders not in contract and secure backup. Coordinate receipt of daily job reports. Investigate any incidents (OSHA, near-miss, etc), document and submit to Safety Director immediately.
- Provide assessment with all related backup. Coordinate scheduling of subcontractors. Coordinate final close out of project. Pre-inspection punch list to be done by Superintendent with Foreman prior to inspection. Manufacturer's final inspection to be done by Superintendent in conjunction with punch-list crew. Meeting with GC/Owner to finalize outstanding issues. Issuance of warranty. Strive for goal of zero puncharea-list items prior to crew leaving the job site. Daily contact with customer to review job progress and issues.
- Conduct daily visits to all active jobsites to ensure progress with established production goals and obtain information needed by Project Management.
- Document job progress including photos to be downloaded to project folder
- Administrative - Evaluation of assigned foremen. Evaluate projects which are running over budget and identify factors (bad estimate, added enhancements, unforeseen conditions, etc.); critique for options of cost control. Exposure assessment to be done early-on, in writing, describing deficiencies/shortfalls of both labor and materials
Complete other tasks/duties as may be assigned.