Construction Superintendent – Raleigh, North Carolina
- Provide supervisory direction of craft workers via the general foreman and foreman, managing
the performance of productivity, safety, quality, and schedule adherence.
- Coordinate and interface effectively with project managers and subcontractors, customer representatives, inspectors and owners to ensure smooth workflow and schedule adherence.
- Provides management of subcontractors and organization of the overall job and workflow.
- Completes daily reports, logs and tracking reports as required by contract and company policy.
- Communicates key project information to owners, governing authorities, subcontractors, suppliers, and other departments.
- Assist Project Manager in tracking and monitoring project budget and costs.
- Monitor costs, including labor time and material.
- Serves as timekeeper and approves time off.
- Manage changes and implements the project’s schedule as needed, in conjunction with the Project Manager.
- Participates and assists Project Manager in facilitation of progress meetings with all stakeholders.
- Leads all aspects of safety standards and creates awareness by demonstrating commitment to an injury-free environment through individual actions and mentoring others.
- Conduct weekly safety meetings (Toolbox Talks).
- Maintains safety log and OSHA Reporting requirements.
- Inspect and evaluate the project site, equipment, and processes in working areas to ensure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations, company, owner, policies and procedures.
- Plan, control and coordinate all work to eliminate hazards, minimize risks, and aggressively manage losses involving injuries or property damages.
- Facilitates or participates in incident investigations.
- Conduct quality inspections.
- Coordinate site testing and inspection efforts.
- Coordinates and manages the care, custody, and control of the project site.
- Review plans and specifications to ensure requirements are met for each construction process.
- Ensure all water, soil, materials, and mechanical systems testing are conducted by approved personnel and/or approved testing facilities.
- Distribute written inspection/test results to appropriate agencies.
- Ensure effective and timely preventive and corrective actions are taken and recurrence of problems are eliminated or minimized.
- Conduct pre-final inspections/ establish punch list if required/ ensure all deficiencies are corrected.
- Coordinate and conduct final inspections with government contracting and civil engineer personnel.
- Ability to physically stand, bend, squat, and lift up to 40 pounds.
- Must be comfortable climbing up tall ladders, working at elevated levels.
- Positive attitude and work ethic.
- Able to work independently or as an active member of a team.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and communication with all levels of management.
OSHA 30-Hour Training Certification