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Multifamily Project Managers at Summit provide leadership, cost control and oversight for all phases of construction: from the buyout of subcontracts to site work, framing, finishing and the turn-over to our client.
Project Managers are responsible for developing and implementing a cost-effective strategy in order to keep the project on schedule and within budget, while at the same time working with the Lead Superintendent to minimize exposure and risk by implementing Summit’s safety and quality control standards.
The Project Manager also acts as the main point of contact for the project, building and maintaining strong relationships between owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors. They provide leadership to ensure there is a seamless flow of communication and productivity between the field and our clients.
The Lead Superintendent is the person in charge of the entire project and is responsible for administering the contract, Summit employee safety, production, scheduling, quality, supervision of the other Summit field positions, coordination with the owners, architects, engineers and management, control of subcontractor’s scope of work and coordination with the government entities. They are responsible for managing and overseeing the day to day operations on their project site.
The Superintendent works under a Lead Superintendent to manage day-to-day operations and workflow of a multifamily construction project. Superintendents are responsible for the implementation and enforcement of all Summit standard practices for safety, materials management, quality control, as well as setting the tone for communication and coordination between trade groups.
This position is critical within our Company. This position will be responsible for evaluating bid specifications and drawings, ensuring all data is gathered to successfully bid and win construction projects. Responsible to send requests for proposals, track and aggressively follow up with subcontractors to ensure bids are received, reviewed thoroughly and analyzed in a timely manner. Local trade contractor market knowledge a plus. Estimator and Preconstruction Manager will work closely with Project Management and development teams. Estimator Responsibilities will include: Overseeing building permit application, tracking and issuance of permits. Estimators must have the ability to communicate and develop relationships with both our clients and our subcontractors. Prior field experience is a big plus, it gives you the knowledge and understanding needed to efficiently read a set of plans and accurately prepare each bid proposal.
Summit Contracting Group’s Project Accountant provides the knowledge, skills, and experience required to manage the day-to-day accounting tasks of a multifamily project. Project Accountants are responsible for keeping track of all invoices and billings and making sure the correct documents are in place before releasing funds to subs/vendors. The typical workload for an Accountant is Three to Five projects at a time. Summits Accountants work closely with their Project Managers and Administrators to insure the project runs smooth and efficiently.
Summit Contracting Group’s Project Administrator provides the knowledge, skills, and experience required to manage the day-to-day administrative tasks of a multifamily construction project. Project Administrators are responsible for assisting Project Managers with Sub/Vendor relations, contracts, certificates of insurance, change orders, and other varies project related tasks. The typical workload for Administrators is between three to five projects at one time.