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Project Manager

CARVART CARVART Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Mon, Jun 26 '17Posted on:

CARVART is an exciting company that is growing quickly and is uniquely placed in the design and construction market. CARVART provide high-end interior architectural glass and hardware and offers a full range of design, shop-drawing and coordination services. The New York and Chicago showrooms are design hubs were architects and clients can come and create with CARVART in showrooms that were both designed and built by CARVART and showcase CARVART products in a way that truly embodies the company's design philosophies and sensibilities.

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The Project Manager is completely responsible for the success of every job that he is assigned to. He/she is responsible for the budget, job costs, scheduling, installation, deadlines, conformance with architectural contract documents and internal proposals. The PM is to work closely with the director to ensure scheduling and company resources are proactively assigned weeks in advance. They should also work closely with and manage the Assistant Project Manager. This will include creating and monitoring the sample submittals, shop drawings submittal schedule, material lead-times, delivery and install scheduling, sequencing and staging of materials and man-power schedule. The PM is also the main point of contact for all clients. This means regular and proactive correspondence by phone and email, regular and on-demand job-site meetings for coordination. The PM is not typically responsible for layouts and field dimensions unless special conditions arise or it is convenient to do so at a job meeting to avoid sending a superintendent out on a separate occasion.

The Project Manager is responsible for reviewing and checking change in scope when a new ASI or Design Bulletin is issued. They should task the Project engineer with consolidating the drawings so the current set is available in the appropriate folder of each job, however, the review of design changes is the responsibility of the PM. They are also responsible for issuing change orders for the change in scope, if warranted, and notifying the client contact of this change by the date indicated by the client. The PM is to be completely in control of the job costs, billing, budget and schedule.

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