Construction Superintendent
Position Summary:
The Project Superintendent is responsible for the timely and cost-effective field coordination, quality control and day-to-day supervision of subcontracted work forces for Healthcare and/or Education construction projects. Prepares the project schedule, maintains reports accurately describing project status, and review status with the Project Manager and client representatives on a regular basis.
Construction Superintendent
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
The responsibilities and duties of this position described here are representative of those an employee must perform. This is not a comprehensive list and other duties may be assigned.

  • Develop project construction schedule detailing the timing of material delivery, subcontractor work schedules and overall project plans. Advise Project Manager of circumstances and issues that will have a significant impact on the project schedule.
  • Knows how to use Procore.
  • Prepare and maintain reports in accordance with company policies and procedures that accurately describe project status.
  • Document issues and problems that have developed along with identification of the person(s) responsible for their resolution.
  • Verify accuracy of drawing plan measurements of floors, walls, ceilings, etc.
  • Identify discrepancies and take corrective action with Estimating or Project Manager.
  • Schedule the routing and delivery of materials and take appropriate precautions to prevent job-site theft.
  • Ensure schedule takes into account current tenant work schedules and building access/elevator usage for oversized materials.
  • Co-chair weekly project construction meetings with subcontractors, architects, engineers, other vendors and owner to discuss project status.
  • Document issues that impact the project schedule or will impact project budget and assign resolution to appropriate individuals in attendance.
  • Recommend overtime work requests to Project Manager and obtain appropriate security clearances for approved overtime.
  • Continually enforce safety policies and procedures. Attend relevant courses on safety programs and stay up to date on latest trends.
  • Make active attempts to resolve labor disputes and personnel problems. Take unresolved issues to Project Manager when needed.
  • Establish effective working relationships with client, architects, building manager, building engineer and others. Actively enforce all building regulations regarding noise, use of elevators, security, etc.
  • Maintain adequate and competent subcontractor labor crews as approved to complete timely and quality work.
  • Schedule and coordinate work crews consistent with project demands and schedule. Supervise work of crews to ensure work is completed as contracted with a minimal punch list.
  •  Meet daily with subcontractors to ensure daily schedules and task lists are understood.
  • Take necessary steps to maintain general conditions costs including trash dumpster use, security guards and general laborers at the budgeted amounts.
  • Review invoices from subcontractors and vendors and recommend approval or modification to Project Manager.
  • Document all field changes and “as-built conditions” to Project Manager on a weekly basis Obtain client and or architect signature on final punch list completion certificate.
  • Assist Project Manager and/or Estimators by reviewing bid documents and estimates from a logistics, scope of items and general field perspective.


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