Project Manager

As a Project Manager you’ll be working with Executives, Division Managers and Superintendents pursuing, estimating and managing your book of business; building some of the most exciting projects in the State of Utah.

  • Leadership – Eager and confident to take charge and implement improvements.
  • Organization – Well organized, methodical and consistent.
  • Decisive – Makes decisions quickly in order keep things moving within best judgment practices.
  • Ambitious – Driven to make personal and professional improvements.


  • Proven work experience in construction management.
  • Self-motivated with excellent time and project management skills.
  • Minimum of 3 years of general contracting and/or Mechanical Piping & Plumbing project management (project turn-over’s & set-up, construction document evaluation, estimating, schedule development, project controls (drawings, costs, and milestones), in-house staff direction, financial flows, contract compliance, field direction, sub-trade and vendor management.
  • Proficient in managing multiple projects at various stages.
  • Skillful in clear and effective communication between general contractors, internal departments, vendors, sub-contractors, shop and field trades.
  • Sound understanding of commercial construction relative to mechanical & plumbing designs, coordination, specification compliance, scheduling, change management, billings, and reporting.


  • Meet with customers to understand their needs and how our services align.
  • Evaluate and oversee pursuits in plan/spec and design-build to maintain a consistent balance of work on hand.
  • Ensure all project document control is completed efficiently by the project team, including but not limited to, insurance, bonding, permits, submittals, RFI’s, change orders, correspondence, etc.
  • Full responsibility for strength and performance on contracted projects encompassing financial, program, quality, safety and client relationship.
  • Work in conjunction with our project Superintendent to coordinate and direct tradesman and subcontractors.
  • Plan, schedule, and coordinate construction project activities to meet deadlines.
  • Prepare and submit budget estimates, progress reports, or cost tracking reports.
  • Select subs and equipment suppliers with input from engineering, estimating and purchasing as required.
  • Submit PO’s on major equipment and subs indicating shipping, and anticipating delivery dates.
  • Verify correct drawings are distributed to the field.
  • Create a schedule of values or billing format as required by the contract documents.
  • Create a project schedule showing completion, delivery dates, and sub-requirements. Integrate into overall project and manpower schedule as required. Understand notice requirements.
  • Complete and manage all RFI’s, change orders, submittals, and other project documentation. Ensure all project team members are fully informed on relevant information at all times.
  • Interpret daily reports and forecasting tools to allocate the necessary resources, tools, subcontractors, materials, and equipment to maintain or improve project schedules.
  • Authority to prepare and negotiate change order requests beyond the original scope.
  • Provide oversight and/or direction with internal resources (procurement, detailing, engineering, production, shipping, and field crews) as needed with personnel and/or Division managers.
  • Transparent reporting to executive management, client, and other authorities.
  • Plan ahead to prevent problems and resolve any emerging ones.
  • Administer project closeout documentation including Operation and Maintenance manuals, startup reports, owner training, punch lists, and warranty responses.