Construction Management Group

CONSTRUCTION SALARY SURVEY - 2017

 

Director of Construction Management

Responsible for all construction activities within the firm within overall managerial control of staff including Construction Managers, Project Managers, Resident / Field Staff, and Administrative-Support Staff. This position is the senior executive in the firm responsible for construction activities and performance and serves as the principal client contact regarding critical issues of negotiation.

Senior Construction Manager

Oversees the managerial direction of many projects where technical complexity is at the highest and client/owner relationships are of great importance, sensitivity, and impact to the firm. Accountability includes timely and satisfactory completion of construction projects, assuring satisfactory client service, participating in business-development activities, key field-position staffing, project plans, objectives setting/performance evaluation, and related management activities.

Construction Manager

Responsible, through subordinate Resident Construction Managers, for overall management direction of several construction projects. Accountability includes timely and satisfactory completion of construction projects, assuring satisfactory client service, participating in business- development activities, key field-position staffing, project plans, objectives setting/performance evaluation, and related management activities.

Construction/Project Manager

Responsible for supervising, directing, and coordinating construction management of commercial, industrial, and/or municipal projects including direct liaison with owner, designers, and contractors regarding project feasibility, cost, staffing, completion, and maintenance. Will negotiate pricing/fee with project owner; formulate and implement budget and work plan; prepare project-status reports; and oversee the review of plans and drawings in accordance with contract documents. Requires an engineering degree in applicable discipline with a minimum of 7 years' experience in construction management.

Resident Construction Manager 2

Responsible for all field-construction activities on a large-scale project. May have own project work force, and will act as prime client contact on construction matters including participation in negotiations and securing client approvals.

Resident Construction Manager 1

Responsible for all field-construction activities on small to medium-size projects. Accountability includes overall project-site management and adherence to schedule, budget, and specifications.

Field Superintendent

Responsible for the day-to-day construction activities of contractors on-site with regard to scheduling manpower and expediting receipt of equipment and materials for utilization at various phases of work. Will review shop drawings, negotiate change orders, resolve contractor conflicts, and provide site coordination on items pertinent to meeting specific cost and time requirements with the contract documents. Requires significant field-construction exposure that may be gained through practical construction experience and/or a degree in engineering with good field/design experience.

Safety/Loss-Prevention Manager

Responsible for developing, implementing, and managing a complete loss-prevention program and central safety engineering/management services. Will work with field staff in the development of safety procedures at each site to be in compliance with regulatory requirements and sound safety practices. Ensures that all monitoring and reporting procedures are adhered to with follow-up, corrective actions regarding violations and accidents.