Key Identifiers for the Position 

·        Airfield construction experience is mandatory and shall have thorough knowledge of FAA standards and requirements and shall have technical expertise in construction and construction management of airfield pavements and navigational aids (NAVAIDS).

·        Must have more than 10 years of experience in airside construction projects; preferably 15 years of experience.

·        BS in engineering field (Construction Management, Civil Engineering, , etc.) or Certified Construction Manager (CCM) by CMAA is preferable.

·        State of California Professional Engineer’s license is preferable. 

Position Description Summary 

The Construction Manager is the leader of the group that provides the technical, field and administrative duties associated with construction management for a project or various projects as directed by LAWA. 

Essential Job Duties 

·        Conduct all construction-related meetings and make presentations to all stakeholders, LAWA staff and management, the Airlines, the FAA, other local, state and federal agencies having jurisdictions, and others including Third Party monitoring, as necessary and determined by LAWA.

·        Become thoroughly familiar with required contractual obligations and technical aspects of all facilities to be constructed.

·        Coordinate reviews and construction activities with the contractor, inspection, airfield operations, terminal operations, maintenance, LAWA Information Technology Group, airlines, FAA, design consultant and other interested parties.

·        Maintain project administrative procedures, budgets and schedules as directed by LAWA.

·        Determine budget estimates and staffing requirements for the defined scope and schedule.

·        Review design drawings and specifications for completeness and constructability and assist in in finalization of bid packages or bulletins.

·        Review all construction scheduling, review comments, and approve contractor’s baseline schedule and monthly schedule updates.

·        Keep alert to possible problem areas and take preventative action to ensure that critical milestones are met for each phase of the project.

·        Conduct Weekly Construction Meetings and Meeting Minutes.

·        Manage field document control and record keeping, (Prolog software) to ensure Records Management/Project Documentation meets or exceeds the audit review standards of the FAA, Office of the Inspector General of the United States, and the City of Los Angeles.

·        Coordinate, track, and review requests for information, submittals, samples and shop drawings.

·        Prepare plan clarifications, review, and process changes to fit field conditions and provide direction to the Contractor accordingly.

·        Coordinate required environmental mitigation activities on the project.

·        Coordinate the monitoring and reporting on all initiatives required under LAWA’s Sustainability Policy.

·        Provide change order processing; supervise cost estimating, review, negotiation, preparation and control, dispute resolution and claims avoidances.

·        Prepare, process and track monthly construction progress payment requests.

·        Assist LAWA by providing information and support staff, for compliance with the requirements of the Project Labor Agreement (PLA).

·        Provide Project closeout administration including coordination and assistance for final inspection, preparation of contractor deficiency lists and punch lists and receipt of record drawings. 

Hardware/Software Knowledge 

·        Prolog and Primavera experience is preferable. 

Professional Experience Level/Other Qualifications

·        Must have more than 10 years of experience in airside construction projects; preferably 15 years of experience.

·        Airfield construction experience is mandatory and shall have thorough knowledge of FAA standards and requirements and shall have technical expertise in construction and construction management of airfield pavements and navigational aids (NAVAIDS).

·        Must have comprehensive knowledge of construction-related processes, scheduling, as well as a thorough knowledge of industry practices.

·        Proven leadership and management capability is required.

·        Excellent written and oral communications skills with ability to communicate complex issues to non-technical audiences.

·        Ability to work with others, a self-starter with results-driven focus. 

Education/Training  

·        BS in engineering field (Construction Management, Civil Engineering, , etc.) or Certified Construction Manager (CCM) by CMAA is preferable. 

Element-Specific Requirements/Notes 

·        May assume other duties as required/needed.

·        Maybe required to work past normal work shift if needed.

·        Maybe required to work various shifts as needed. 

Registration/Certification  

·        State of California Professional Engineer’s license is preferable.

 

      ASLPM is an innovative and driven company that utilizes collaboration as the cornerstone for success.  We believe in an integrated team approach for the management of expectations, people, risk, and deliverables by providing the right resources to our clients, resulting in successful project implementation.  We offer a competitive benefits package for employees and their family.  Visit us at www.aslpm.com or on LinkedIn

 

Service | Integrity | Collaboration

 

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