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has been a General Contractor in Construction since 1996. TRG works with primarily Federal contract projects with in the Corporate office in Tulsa, OK. and the satellite office in Oklahoma City, OK. Please see TRG's website ****for more information.
Job Description for the Construction Superintendent Position
Job Title: Superintendent
Reports To: Project Manager
Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the project, including scheduling of needed material, tools, equipment, safety accessories, subcontractors and TRG field personnel relative to the specific construction phase, while continually updating the Project Manager of progress, issues and problems.
The Project Superintendent is responsible for implementation of contract documents and achievement of quality, schedule, safety and budget requirements. Ensures costs, crew and use of equipment is satisfies project and company standards.
1. Oversee each stage of project, communicate daily and weekly via phone and /or written report
with the Project Manager in order to keep the manager apprised of progress of project and
associated issues or problems that may affect progress. The method and frequency of
communication will be coordinated with the Project Manager.
2. Review contract documents and assists the Project Manager in preparing the construction
schedule. Prepare three-week look ahead schedule, weekly for Project Manager, subcontractors
3. Follows company’s purchasing procedures while ordering or receiving any needed material and
equipment within delegated authority.
4. Obtain project temporary trailer, utilities, access roads, storage facilities, fencing and other
needed jobsite facilities.
5. Identify key areas and stake property accordingly. Conduct or schedule field engineering.
6. Install bulletin boards and post warning signs for site hazards such as gas lines, traffic access.
Post emergency numbers, implement safety procedures to achieve OSHA guidelines are
followed, enforce company’s safety policy, identify security issues and address (such as fences,
barricades, lighting, alarms, public access, watchman) and obtain appropriate signatures from
subcontractors and suppliers.
7. Coordinate and administer weekly safety meeting with METS Coordinator, subcontractors,
suppliers and TRG field personnel.
8. Monitor daily costs, making adjustments as needed. Continually review contract documents for
coordination issues prior to delivery of every product to site for installation. Identify items to be
submitted as Request for Information to the Architect/Engineer or Owner prior to problem
development at the project.
9. Contact subcontractors, suppliers and TRG field personnel to coordinate mobilization and
continued support during respective phase of the project.
10. Inspect the project daily for quality, production and safety. Identify items for improvement,
implement changes by coordinating with appropriate individuals with respective subcontractor or supplier.
11. Review and ensure deliveries/invoices are timely and accurate. Provide direction to Project
Engineer on critical path items in order to determine priorities to maintain schedule.
12. Communicate with local authorities on local interests as required.
13. Coordinate and administer weekly project meetings with Project Manager, subcontractors,
suppliers and TRG field personnel.
14. Communicate “as-built” changes in contract documents and coordinate with subcontractors,
suppliers and TRG field personnel for implementation. Update “as-built” contract documents.
15. Maintain and Update production and safety logs. Monitor and schedule maintenance of
equipment and tools with METS Coordinator.
16. Ensure all certificates and final inspections have been obtained prior to project close out.
17. Create punch list for subcontractors, suppliers and TRG personnel, review and complete
Architects punch list timely, test alarm systems, return keys to owner and ensure mechanical
systems are tested prior to close out.
18. Coordinate with Project Manager to provide direction to Project Engineer for development of
Close-out Documents for the project.
19. Carry out any other assigned tasks given by the Project Manager.
Job Qualifications for the Construction Superintendent Position
1. Previous experience as a Superintendent required. (5-10 years preferred) Previous government project experience preferred.
2. Possess strong verbal and written communication skills with all levels of employees, management and outside parties such as owners, Architects, Engineers, subcontractors, suppliers and coworkers. Previous experience in speaking to small groups, a plus.
3. Demonstrated ability to lead and supervise employees.
4. Proven successful project history (Quality, Schedule, Safety, Actual Cost vs. Estimated Cost)
5. Flexible, well organized, detail oriented and multi-tasked.
6. Working knowledge of computers, a plus.
7. Willing to relocate to project site.
8. Available to work flexible hours, average of 50 hours per week, standard or as needed. Arrive thirty (30) minutes prior to scheduled start and leave thirty (30) minutes after completion of all trades. Standard hours provided in Employee Handbook.
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