Title: Project Manager - Property Condition (Debt)
Project Manager - Property Condition (Debt)
As a Project Manager, you will apply your architectural and engineering expertise to conduct property condition assessments of residential, office, retail, hospitality, industrial, healthcare, warehouse and distribution buildings for equity investors and mortgagees. This position entails assessing a building’s physical condition, interviewing personnel familiar with its operations, and preparing a written report complete with costs to remedy the physical deficiencies observed.
Role and Responsibilities
· Prepare Property Condition Assessments (PCA);
· Preparation of quality supporting documents (site figures, appendices, etc.);
· Conduct project research as applicable to scope of work (historical, analytical, etc.);
· Conduct walk-through surveys to assess condition of building’s major systems: site work improvements, structure and foundations, facades and roofs, HVAC, and electrical and plumbing systems;
· Interview property owners, occupants, key site personnel and local government officials to obtain information concerning the subject property’s condition;
· Take document photographs of representative systems, conditions, and physical deficiencies;
· Conduct investigative research of service contractors and government agencies;
· Review repair/improvement cost information, certificate(s) of occupancy, maintenance reports and logs, Building and Fire Department inspection reports, and similar information;
· Prepare estimated costs to remedy building deficiencies;
· Deliver outstanding customer service through timely response and proactive solutions to client needs.
· Complete and finalize specific project tasks according to deadlines and within budget;
· Effectively communicate project progress and issues with Senior Project Managers and Directors;
· Maintain communication with team members throughout the course of the project;
· Plan, schedule, and track project timelines and milestones to ensure project progress status is on schedule;
· Identify and resolve issues with projects:
· Manage multiple projects; and
· Deliver outstanding client service with timely responses and proactive solutions.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
· Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, or related field;
· One to five years of construction administration, architecture, engineering or similar experience; and
· Familiarity with construction best practices, general building codes, and various building types.
· Passion for being detail oriented and highly organized;
· Proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook; and
· Excellent verbal and written communication.
Title: Project Manager - Construction Risk Management [Corporate]
Project Manager - Construction Risk Management [Corporate]
As a Project Manager, you will mitigate our clients’ construction risk and keep them knowledgeably informed as to a project’s construction status. This is an exciting position: no other position will expose you to all of the intricacies and stakeholders of the real estate development and delivery process. You will work on various commercial projects such as residential, office, hospitality, retail, and distribution/warehousing.
A typical project will initially start with a review of the construction documents (drawings, specifications, construction and design agreements) for completeness and best practices, and analysis of the direct cost budget. During this process, you will be advising clients, typically equity investors or construction lenders, on the risks: design, quality, constructability, completion, schedule, and costs. Once construction commences, you will conduct monthly site visits, to: opine whether the work-in-place generally complies with the contract documents; review the constructor’s requisition for payment; review change orders; and prepare a Project Status Report.
Role and Responsibilities
- Review of drawings for completeness and best practices.
- Review and assess consulting scheduling and agreements (construction, design, and building loan).
- Analyze direct and indirect cost budget.
- Conduct periodic site visits to: monitor construction, review contractors’ requisitions for payment, and recommend the release of construction funds.
- Observe general compliance of as-built conditions with the contract drawings and specifications.
- Review construction schedules, trade payment breakdowns, job cost reports, and payment requisitions.
- Consult clients on mitigating construction risk through the use of bonding techniques.
- Maintain high level of client contact and communication.
- Manage multiple projects
- Prepare Property Status Reports.
- Deliver outstanding client service with timely responses and proactive solutions.
- Travel Required
- Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, or related field.
- One to five years of construction administration, architecture, engineering or similar experience.
- Knowledge of the entitlement/permitting process and construction delivery methods and agreements.
- Familiarity with construction best practices, general building codes, and various building types.
- Passion for being detail oriented and highly organized.
- Proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook.
- Excellent verbal and written communication.
BBG is the leading, independent valuation and environmental and property condition assessment services firm in the United States. BBG has more than 45+offices across the US and provides commercial valuation and assessment services with a deep understanding of real-estate finance, from acquisition to disposition. BBG provides equal employment opportunities. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. BBG is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.