As a Construction Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing and managing the successful execution of construction projects. Your role will involve project planning, site management, subcontractor coordination, communication with stakeholders, quality control, safety management, risk mitigation, contract management, documentation and reporting, budget management, post-construction oversight, and change management.
1) Project Planning: Develop and oversee the project plan, including scheduling, resource allocation, and budget management.
2) Site Management: Ensure the construction site is safe, organized, and in compliance with local regulations. Secure permits and oversee site preparation.
3) Sub-Contractor Management: Train and supervise construction workers, coordinate subcontractors, and resolve any conflicts that arise.
4) Communication: Act as the primary point of contact for stakeholders, providing regular progress updates, addressing concerns, and facilitating effective communication.
5) Quality Control: Monitor construction processes to ensure compliance with design specifications and quality standards. Implement quality assurance procedures.
6) Safety Management: Enforce strict safety standards, ensuring the use of proper protective equipment and construction methods. Conduct regular safety audits.
7) Risk Management: Identify and mitigate potential project risks, including delays, budget overruns, and supplier/subcontractor issues.
8) Contract Management: Review and ensure compliance with project contracts, including scope of work and terms and conditions.
9) Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate records of construction activities and generate progress reports, budget status updates, and documentation of changes or issues.
10) Budget Management: Monitor and control project costs, negotiate contracts, manage invoices, and maintain accurate financial documentation.
11) Post-Construction Oversight: Coordinate testing, commissioning, and project handover, ensuring proper functionality and client satisfaction.
12) Change Management: Manage changes to project scope, schedule, and costs, documenting and communicating them to relevant parties.