Construction Project Manager (Southwest Florida)

Job Description

Brooks & Freund, LLC is currently seeking an experienced project manager with 5-10 years experience building commercial and multifamily projects.

A Project Manager is responsible for schedule management, cost, inspections, subcontracts, submittals, subcontractor coordination and all pertinent records to ensure the profitable and "on-time" delivery of all projects under your supervision. Must have proven experience in the management and coordination of multiple projects.



Follow through, check and obtain approval of all subcontractor submittals and shop drawings

Monitor job schedules and budgets

Update job schedules and cost reports

Prepare monthly requisitions to Owners

Process subcontractor invoices

Prepare estimates for change orders for both Owner and Subcontractor

Handle all project disputes

Create and review all contracts

Obtain building permits

Communicate and coordinate all actions with Architect, Engineer, and Owner

Obtain guarantees from subcontractors and establish effective dates

Supervision of Project Superintendent and Project Administrator

Assemble and prepare final records and job close-out documents


5-10 years experience as Construction Project Manager

Bachelors or Masters Degree in Building Construction

Specific commercial & multifamily project experience

Excellent communication and management skills

Strong attention to detail

Ability to work independently and with minimal structure while exercising great judgment

Strong Ability to multitask, prioritize, and work well under pressure to meet established deadlines

Strong organizational and problem solving skills

Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Project, Power Point, Word, Outlook)

Company Description
We're a privately held General Contractor founded in 2000. Brooks and Freund, LLC provides Construction Management-at-Risk services, as well as General Contracting and Design-Build services, to a wide variety of clients across Southwest Florida, and increasingly, across the peninsula.

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