The Construction Project Manager will oversee and manage all fabrication, preparations, construction drawings/IFC, permitting, surveys, onsite contractor work, quality-control and other duties, as necessary to be performed across all NPWS/PEP Modernization projects.
Skills and Knowledge:
Experience with the installation of NPWS all-hazard modules and other shelters use by FEMA
Familiar with all aspects of on-site integration work to include RF, power, SATCOM, fuel systems and signal integration with systems existing systems.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist the Task Lead to oversee and manage all onsite work to be performed under this Task Order
Attend sites visit with or in lieu of CACI as requested.
Facilitate and coordinate manage drawings, scope between consultants to ensure the bid package is complete.
Review drawings for completeness and constructability.
Review schedule timeline and sequence to ensure feasibility of schedule (must be logical and efficiency).
Identify, qualify, and secure bids from local contractors for direct procurement by CACI Project Manager, Construction Manage, Subcontract Manager.
Provide a technical analysis of bids received.
Provide a cost analysis of bids received to help determine if cost are fair and reasonable.
Facilitate one or more Pre-Bid Conference(s) as needed.
Serve as a liaison between the parties as requested.
Collect and forward submittals and RFI’s to the Engineer for review and approval.
Conduct meetings including design, kick off, site acceptance as requested.
Participate on weekly calls if, or as requested.
Review and monitor schedule (s) provided by the Contractor.
Collect archive and forward submittals and RFI’s to the Engineer for review and approval.
Collect and review safety documents, daily reports, images, certified payrolls, etc.
Create and maintain a data base of project documents for access by all parties.
Conduct on-site quality assurance inspections as requested to ensure compliance with plans and specifications.
Review and recommend acceptability of materials, methods and workmanship.
Prepare a punch list and oversee completion of the work.
Periodic site visits when, or if requested.
Attend site acceptance inspection with CACI and FEMA.
Collect and/or prepare close out documents as requested.
Other construction related duties as requested.
What We Can Offer You:
- We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.
- Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.
- We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.
- We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities.
- For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.