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Palm Beach County – A great place to live, work and play!

As an established Palm Beach County general contracting and construction management firm, a career with Hedrick Brothers Construction provides opportunities to work on building versatile projects throughout Florida and southern Georgia.

The Hedrick Brothers Construction environment is one of trust, encouragement and high performance. Dedicated to preserving the company’s Brand Promise of being relational, upholding the highest level of integrity, delivering quality construction and maintaining a strong commitment throughout each project, each member of the team strives for Uncompromised Excellence as the foundation for Bringing Visions to Reality. An employee-developed Social Contract defines the core values and work ethic of Hedrick Brothers Construction. The team fosters mutual respect, open communication, the ability to honor confidences, accountability for actions, and a fun, friendly and safe work atmosphere.

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We’re growing!

Hedrick Brothers Construction is searching for talented, high-performing team members who enjoy working in an environment where trust, accountability and a hard-working culture are rewarded and appreciated.

 Current open positions are listed below.  Please send resumes to:


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SENIOR

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DUTIES

Reporting to the CFO and Controller, the Accounts Payable Senior is responsible for supervising and coordinating the overall accounts payable operations and activities for the team. In this role, the individual oversees the accurate and timely payment to vendors and subcontractors in accordance with Company policies and procedures

RESPONSIBILITES

Entering coded and approved invoices and subcontractor payment applications for all projects.

Process all project related payments to subcontractors and vendors.

Enter and process deposit check requests for projects.

Prepare subcontractors releases of liens and notify them of payment.

Process subcontractor EFT’s.

Assist in setting up new vendors with proper W-9.

Review compliance items (insurance certificates and license) in Procore before sending payment to subcontractors.

Transmit electronic files for positive pay for checks written daily.

Research and respond to accounting inquiries from subcontractors, vendors and project managers.

Resolve subcontractor conflict issues within the realm of my authority.

Assist with reconciling of vendor statements. Final review of reconciled vendor statements before payment is made.

Prepare spreadsheets for postage, copier and fax expenses and enter in job cost.

Process rent payment for HB office building.

Ensure all health insurance invoices are reviewed, approved and process payment on the first of every month.

Review check runs by accounting staff and approve payments to vendors and employees.

Attend accounting and project management team meetings monthly for select projects.

Assist with filing of accounts payable subcontractors and vendor payments.

Assist with making copies for cost plus projects.

Review and research old outstanding accounts payable checks.

Review accounts payable aging report and research and resolve.

Assist and coordinate the compiling of Accounts Payable documents for Auditors to review yearly.

Assist with critical day to day functions when accounting staff are on PTO.

Assist with critical day to day functions while Controller is on PTO.

Mentor and supervise part time administrative accounting assistant.

Approve team hours in AboutTime weekly.

Performs other duties as required to support CFO and/or Controller.

Performs and processes payroll responsibilities while Payroll Administrator is on PTO.

SKILL REQUIREMENTS

Expertise with Microsoft Office, Sage Timberline, Procure, and Accounts Payable functions.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to excel as a team leader.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

High School graduate is minimum requirement plus three – five years’ experience with relevant job responsibilities. An Associate or Bachelor Degree in Accounting or related field is a plus.

Work experience is the Construction or related field is a plus.

ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER

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RESPONSIBILITES

Pre-Construction Estimating

1. Understand the estimating process as is documented.

2. Work with the Project Manager to write Bid Scopes and develop a Bid List of Qualified Subcontractors for the project being estimated.

3. Copy or have plans copied or preferably use Dropbox, distributed and tracked to subcontractors and vendors.

4. Assist the Project Manager in contacting subcontractors regularly during bidding; develop a list of questions by subcontractors and suppliers; submit questions/RFIs to architects and distribute to subcontractors and review the bidding progress on a daily basis with the Project Manager. It is prudent to develop and maintain a personal relationship with each subcontractor and supplier involved in the process.

5. Create quantity take off on activities as directed by Project Manager.

6. Evaluate subcontractor bid proposal for complete scope.

7. Develop a list of qualifications for bid proposal and review with PM and Vice President.

8. Create an estimate in Timberline Estimating including qualifications of trades.

9. Perform other estimating functions as directed by the Project Manager.

Planning and Scheduling

1. Assist the Project Manager in the development and input of the schedule in Procore and/or Microsoft Project including the critical path method of scheduling.

2. Assist the Project Manager in directing subcontractors to maintain the schedule through the use of warning letters.

3. Assist in the creation of the project schedule including changes/updates as directed by the Project Manager and notification of affected subcontractors and/or vendors.

Procurement

1. Once the schedule is complete, develop the Procore Submittal Register, using the procurement set dates to determine when submittals are due.

2. In the absence, the Project Manager in obtaining all shop drawings, product data, physical samples and other information as required by the contract documents and listed in the Submittal Register. Prepare Submittal Packages and Submittal Transmittals in Procore to distribute and track information to the Architect, Project Manager, Subcontractor and other parties so that the project is expedited. Notify the Project Manager immediately of any delays or concerns and utilize submittal dunning letters when necessary. Print and review all reports with the Project Manager weekly.

Project Management

1. Assist the Project Manager in processing and tracking RFIs. Input information as received in Procore and distribute answers to appropriate parties.

2. Assist the Project Manager in the writing, distribution and tracking of contracts and purchase orders. Verify insurance coverage licenses with Accounting and input information in Procore if necessary. (This only pertains if a PC or PE is not part of the team)

3. Create and distribute meeting minutes in Procore and attend meetings as required.

4. Create, disburse and track Notices to Comply, Safety Notices, Field Work Directives and Events which may affect the project cost, scope, schedule and safety record.

5. Assist the Project Manager in the preparation and submission of monthly Pay Applications to Owners and Subcontractor Requests for Payment. Inform the Project Manager if there are delays or issues to be addressed. (This only pertains if a PC or PE is not part of the team)

6. Utilizing the most current Timberline Job Cost Summary report, cost code invoices and submit as per the procedures of the Accounting Department. (This only pertains if a PC or PE is not part of the team)

7. Review and discuss cost to complete with the Project Manager.

Change Orders

1. Assist the Project Manager in negotiating changes in the contract documents, review with subcontractor/vendors for completeness and accuracy.

2. Assist the Project Manager in entry and tracking of Potential Change Orders (PCO) in Sage.

3. Assist the Project Manager in securing pricing; prepare the scope of work and input information in PCO.

4. Prepare Change Order Requests (COR) and attach all relevant PCOs with back up for the Owner’s signature.

5. Convert Change Order Requests (COR) to Prime Contract Change Orders (PCCO) as needed.

6. Upon signed approval of Prime Contract Change Orders by the Owner, assist the Project Manager in the distribution of Subcontractor Change Orders (SCOs) and Purchase Orders either by delivery or express mail. (This only pertains if a PC or PE is not part of the team)

7. Prepare, disburse and track non-reimbursable Subcontractor Change Orders. (This only pertains if a PC or PE is not part of the team)

Job Closeout

1. Assist the Project Manager in the development and distribution of the Punch List.

2. Assist in the maintenance of the rolling punch list, coordinate with superintendent.

3. In the absence of a Project Coordinator, aggressively compile information for the Owner’s Maintenance Manual per the structure determined in our close-out procedures. Finished manuals to be reviewed by the Project Manager for and distributed to the owner.

4. Assist the Project Manager in completing Subcontractor Evaluation Forms, as required.

Additional Duties

1. Assist the Project Manager as required.

2. Produce neat, accurate and complete paperwork with proper sentence structure/grammar and spelling.

3. Adhere to the Hedrick Brothers Social Contract and work to bring about the mission and vision of Hedrick Brothers through quality performance and personal initiative.

4. Assist the Project Manager in preparation of the weekly PM reports.

Training

1. Participate in the training of all programs used.

2. Knowledge of drawings and construction.

Technical

1. Utilize the following software programs to their optimum capability:

• Timberline Estimating

• Timberline Accounting

• Microsoft Project

• Microsoft Office Suite

• On Screen Take Off

• About Time

• Drop Box

• Procore

• Other, as necessary

Details

Located: Main office or job site

Reports to: Project Manager

Work Hours: 8:00 to 5:00 (or as needed)

Performance Review: Performed annually on employment anniversary

Time: Charged to projects

Coordinates with: Project Manager, Project Coordinator and Superintendent

CHIEF ESTIMATOR

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KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Executive-in-Charge of and responsible for the day-to-day direction for an assigned group of projects and/or people. Performs all functions and responsibilities in partnership with the company’s culture, corporate vision, ethics and code of conduct. Will be responsible for the business development, recruitment, sales, precon services, and strategic planning for a specific market sector within the regional business unit.

Implement corporate policies, procedures and organizational structure for assigned operating unit within the framework of corporate policy.

Plan, staff and supervise all assigned work activities through subordinate managers to insure a cohesive operational unit.

Monitor and insure compliance of operational units’ short-term and long-range goals with overall corporate objectives.

Provide advice, guidance, and direction to subordinate executives and managers toward their professional development.

Develop and maintain liaison with prime clients and others to facilitate positive communications and trusting relationships.

Coordinate and confer with professional staff to resolve operating problems and difficulties, and authorize departmental operational procedures within corporate framework.

Primary profit/loss responsibility for assigned operational units.

Maintain positive financial posture for assigned division work segments and monitor cost analysis activities.

Initiate and maintain liaison with client and architect contacts to facilitate positive relationships and communication.

Responsible for continuously expanding and updating professional knowledge and honing skills and competencies to enhance individual and team innovation and productivity.

Perform additional assignments as required by the operating needs of the assigned group, the company, or as directed by the executive vice president, division manager or executive management team.

ESTIMATING SUPPORT FOR PROJECTS AND PROJECT TEAM(S)

Performs quantity take-offs.

Assists in the pricing and bidding of construction projects.

Develops and documents logical assumptions during conceptual estimating activities and applies these assumptions to takeoff tasks.

Communicates with architects and consultants to clarify scope of work, materials, and schedule requirements, and documents these clarifications.

Conducts reviews of milestone documents for the development and pricing of value alternative opportunities.

Actively participates in the internal estimate review process.

Assists with final assembly of estimate for presentation to owner.

After the bid, collects and organizes all bid information for future reference.

Aids field operations with change order pricing if needed.

SUBCONTRACTOR ANALYSIS FOR BIDS

Directs, coordinates and provides information and documents to subcontractors.

Prepares contractual exhibits for scope of work for subcontracts.

Participates in hard bid/estimating and GMP budgeting activities by soliciting subcontractor support and evaluating bids.

INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE / RELATIONSHIPS

Builds relationships with subcontractors to obtain a competitive advantage for Hedrick Brothers.

Attends industry events and represents Hedrick Brothers to the industry in a professional capacity.

Ability to lead and desire to teach and mentor Project Engineers and Field employees.

Builds and maintains relationships with internal Hedrick Brothers clients.

Keeps current with latest estimating technology and techniques.

Demonstrates basic conceptual estimating skills by interpolating data.

Questions designs and assumptions and presents ideas to manager on the project.

Consistently embodies, promotes and supports Hedrick’s strategic anchors: Top Talent, Operational Excellence and Client Focus.

Develops relationships with clients to understand their expectations and works with the Hedrick Brothers team to create exceptional client experiences and assure client satisfaction.

Establishes, maintains and fosters positive, long-term relationships with our Clients – including the Owner, Design Team, PM/CMs, and Subcontractors/ Suppliers.

The ability to adapt preconstruction techniques to Design-Bid-Build (DBB), Design/Build (DB), and Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR), is paramount. In DBB scenarios, the Senior Estimator in DB/CMAR roles, they will be tasked with managing outside design teams- providing qualitative work product feedback and design schedule adherence.

Lead a preconstruction team through multiple, iterative budgeting estimates-balancing design goal and construction cost limitations to arrive at the best value.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management or Engineering and/or 3-7 years of equivalent experience required.

General knowledge of construction principles and processes.

Ability to synthesize cost data from a wide range of sources into a conceptual estimate.

Ability to read and interpret drawings and specifications.

General knowledge of negotiated bids, hard bids, and GMP processes.

Working knowledge of estimating technology and tools such as Procore, OST, MC2, iSQFT and BIM related software, as well as Microsoft Office products.

Strong math and analytical skills.

Attention to detail.

Solid interpersonal and communication skills.

Strong work ethic and core values.

Demonstrates behaviors consistent with Hedrick Brothers core values.

Maintains a “value added” approach to estimating.

COMPLIANCE MANAGER

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DUTIES

Perform all functions related to assuring insurance requirements are in compliance with owner and subcontractor agreements. Assist Chief Financial Officer on other job activities as requested.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Work with Executive leadership when negotiating contracts as they pertain to insurance requirements.

Interface with Hedrick Brothers Insurance agents to negotiate favorable solutions.

Analyze, review, and approve all certificates of insurance (COI) from vendors and subcontractors.

Work with Project Teams to obtain COIs, licenses, and any necessary compliance items.   Address any non-compliant issues with subcontractors and or their insurance agents.

Work with Project Teams, subcontractors, and CFO to resolve insurance and or licensing deficiencies.

Communicate with Project Teams that all people coming onto the project site must have insurance on file before work begins.

Enter all COIs, Licenses, and W9 into Procore. Conduct a monthly review of all projects in Procore ensure all commitments have project level insurance on file. Contact Teams or subcontractors to obtain outstanding certificates.

Monitor Expiring Insurance log – generated by Procore and emailed daily. Contact insurance agents seeking renewal certificates prior to expiration. Acquire and log all insurance and licensing renewals directly from the subcontractors or agents.

Attend weekly Project Managers meeting to learn of project status and make Managers aware of any subcontractor compliance issues.

Follow up with teams on project progress and stay in the loop as new projects come on line. Review subcontractors’ scope and contract value to evaluate acceptable insurance coverage.

Make recommendations on waiver requirements based on contract value, scope risk, or history with subcontractor.

Manage completed waiver forms, tracking frequency of requests by teams.

Collaborate with Accounting Department on outstanding payments and follow-up items.

SKILL REQUIREMENTS

Expertise with Microsoft Office, and knowledge of certificates of insurance.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Ability to function as a team liaison.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

High School graduate is minimum requirement plus three – five years’ experience with relevant job responsibilities. An Associate or Bachelor Degree in Accounting or related field is a plus.

Work experience in the Construction or related field is a plus.

ESTIMATOR

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KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Performs quantity take-offs.

Assists in the pricing and bidding of construction projects.

Communicates with architects and consultants to clarify scope of work, materials, and schedule requirements, and documents these clarifications.

Conducts reviews of milestone documents for the development and pricing of value alternative opportunities.

Actively participates in the internal estimate review process.

Assists with final assembly of estimate for presentation to owner.

After the bid, collects and organizes all bid information for future reference.

Aids field operations with change order pricing if needed.

Directs, coordinates and provides information and documents to subcontractors.

Prepares contractual exhibits for scope of work for subcontracts.

Participates in hard bid/estimating and GMP budgeting activities by soliciting subcontractor support and evaluating bids.

Builds relationships with subcontractors to obtain a competitive advantage for Hedrick Brothers.

Attends industry events and represents Hedrick Brothers to the industry in a professional capacity.

Builds and maintains relationships with internal Hedrick Brothers’ clients.

Keeps current with latest estimating technology and techniques.

Implement all applicable Safety Programs and EEO/Affirmative Action Programs.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or Engineering or 2-5 years of equivalent experience required.

General knowledge of construction principles and processes.

Ability to read and interpret drawings and specifications.

General knowledge of negotiated bids, hard bids, and GMP processes.

Working knowledge of estimating technology and tools such as Procore, OST, MC2, iSQFT and BIM related software.

Strong math and analytical skills.

Attention to detail.

Solid interpersonal and communication skills.

Demonstrates behaviors consistent with Hedrick Brothers’ core values.

Maintains a “value added” approach to estimating

HOSPITALITY/COUNTRY CLUB SUPERINTENDENT

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Our West Palm Beach Office is currently seeking a Superintendent to work on a small and large resort/hospitality/country club projects in West Palm Beach.

The qualified superintendent will have experience working with small and large commercial and/or hospitality projects ranging from 5 million and up. The superintendent will oversee construction of the project in the field, providing leadership to field foremen, and ensure successful completion of trade work. The Superintendent will also work closely with the Sr. Project Manager to ensure timely and quality completion of construction process

GENERAL OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

Assist Estimating in bidding opportunities and Preconstruction services

Assist Sr. Project and/or Project Manager in development of Chart of Accounts

Assist in development of detailed CPM Schedule

Assist in development of Detailed Scope of Work

Develop a project site logistics plan

Maintain a thorough understanding of contract documents

Manage Hedrick Brothers’ labor force to achieve optimum performance

Review and understand material budgets and negotiate purchase orders

Review and understand equipment budgets and negotiate rental rates

Monitor project costs and identify areas for improvement

Provide leadership in quality process

Provide leadership in the safety and accident prevention programs

Document daily construction activities

Chair weekly subcontractor coordination meetings

Issue and maintain short term schedules

Assist Project Engineers in Shop Drawing and Submittal process

Verify that As-Built drawings are kept current

PROJECT STARTUP/PRECONSTRUCTION

Take the lead, with assistance and input from the Project Manager and Project Engineer, to create and maintain the Master Project Schedule and assume responsibility for changes and/or adjustments to the schedule

Work with Field Operations Manager to establish a comprehensive site logistics plan based on different phases of the project.

Develop and implement the hoisting plan, its buyout, and erection schedule.

Thoroughly review and understand all subcontractor scopes of work and conduct pre-installation conferences

Properly plan and sequence the project so that subcontractors have a fair opportunity to optimize their work efforts for the benefit of both the project and themselves

Give proper notification to subcontractors to start their work on the project

Take lead, with the Safety Director and/or Safety Manager, to establish, implement, and ensure full compliance.

Thoroughly review project documents to locate inconsistencies and conflicts, prior to construction, in order to minimize problems during construction.

Assist the Owner with coordination of the Owner’s contractors, material suppliers, and third-party consultants.

Designate an Assistant Superintendent to arrange and maintain all lay down areas

PROJECT CONSTRUCTION

Create (and update weekly) three-week look-ahead schedules that closely detail actual project specifics

Collaborate with the Project Manager and Project Engineer to guarantee that the procurement schedule is up to date and accurate

Continually review ling-term subcontractor procurement and material needs

Monitor subcontractor quality throughout the life of the project including the creation and implementation of a Field Quality Control Plan

Conduct weekly subcontractor meetings per Hedrick Brothers standard operating procedures

Conduct subcontractor coordination meetings as required

Receive and review daily reports from the subcontractors

Work closely with the Hedrick Brothers Superintendent team to use and move preferred labor between projects; maintaining an A+ crew as well as minimizing new hire costs

Schedule and utilize jobsite labor effectively. Review labor costs weekly with the General Foremen on all self-performed work

Evaluate need for Hedrick Brothers and subcontractor overtime. Review with Project Manager and Owner as appropriate

Analyze and make commitments for field equipment, small tools, formwork buyout/utilization, and inventory control per Hedrick Brothers standard procedures

Coordinate material scheduling to maximize project labor usage

Ensure the proper storage of materials on the jobsite

Work with General Foremen to coordinate field receivables

Ensure that either the Assistant Superintendent or General Foreman assume responsibility for verifying the quantity and quality of all job site deliveries

Review and approve the Assistant Superintendent’s Daily Reports for completeness and accuracy

Oversee all Project Engineer field duties

Oversee the Project Engineer’s review and coordination of shop drawings to ensure that the drawings are complete and accurate prior to ordering material

Oversee the Project Engineer’s “Coordination Drawing” process (ex. Overhead rough-in, ceiling plans, etc.)

Work with the Project Engineer to create clear and concise Requests for Information that will be understood and answered by the Project Design Team, with minimal effort, the first time. Whenever possible recommend a suggested response to the RFI

Maintain familiarity with all relevant OSHA regulations and continually monitor job site safety to ensure compliance

Maintain proper documentation of events through complete and accurate Daily Reports

Maintain a thorough understanding of project plans and specifications

Work with the Sr. Project Manager to monitor and control project costs

PROJECT COMPLETION

Plan, coordinate and execute the project Fire/Life Safety schedule

Plan, coordinate, and execute the punch list promptly and ensure that all closeout requirements are satisfied at the completion of the project

Oversee the commissioning and startup of field equipment

Conduct subcontractor performance reviews according to Hedrick Brothers standard operating procedures

POST CONSTRUCTION

Ensure that warranty work is performed, to the owner’s satisfaction, by the project’s field supervision team

Relate lessons learned and relevant project specific experiences to pre-construction department according to Hedrick Brothers standard operating procedures

QUALIFICATIONS

5-8+ Years of Commercial/ Hospitality Construction experience required

Experience with Commercial or Hospitality projects including country clubs, hotels and gaming.

Previous experience directing and coordinating trades

Working knowledge of estimating technology and tools such as Procore, OST, MC2, iSQFT, Suretrak, P6, Microsoft Project and BIM related software, as well as Microsoft Office products.

OSHA 30

Knowledge of construction principles/practices required

Previous experience working with Project Management team including successful completion of project

PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR

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RESPONSIBILITES

Pre-Construction Estimating

1. Understand the estimating process and review all contract documents.

2. Develop and maintain a list of subcontractors/vendors with contact information.

3. Work with the Project Manager and Assistant Project Manager on the bid scopes and develop a bid list of subcontractors.

4. Copy or have plans copied and distributed to subcontractors and vendors. Use discretion and speak with Project Manager about how many copies to order. Use Drop Box and/or Procore.

5. Contact subcontractors continuously during bidding; develop a list of questions and review list on a daily basis with the PM. Maintain a personal relationship with each subcontractor bidding. Notify Project Manager immediately if subs drop off from bidding.

6. Compile lists of subcontractor questions. Review list on a daily basis, send RFI to architect and track and distribute responses.

7. Evaluate subcontractor bid proposal for complete scope.

8. Perform other functions as directed by the Project Manager per HB estimating procedures

Planning and Scheduling

1. Work with Project Manager and Superintendent to develop a list of activities with durations, develop a logic diagram, add in precedent and input into MS Project.

2. Assist the Project Manager in directing subcontractors to maintain the schedule through telephone calls and/or letters.

3. Edit the schedule as directed by the Project Manager/Superintendent.

Procurement

1. Once the schedule is complete, develop Submittal Register.

2. Obtain all shop drawings, product data, physical samples, and other information as required by the contract documents; distribute procurement information to the Project Manager and appropriate parties so that the project is expedited. Notify the Project Manager immediately regarding any delays or concerns.

3. Enter information into Procore and track as it is sent and received.

Project Management

1. In the absence of a Project Coordinator, Job Set-up: Per the Procedures Manual, set up the Project Manager’s Binder, Central Files, Permit Log Binder and Superintendent Files.

2. Assist the Project Manager with processing RFIs. Input information as received in Procore and distribute answers to appropriate parties.

3. Assist the PM with preparation/writing contracts and purchase orders. Verify insurance coverage licenses, and require subcontractor to provide proof of insurance per contract documents. Provide all to Compliance Manager to log and track in Procore.

4. Record and input meeting minutes in Procore when necessary and attend meetings as required.

5. Assist the Project Manager with preparation of the monthly application for payment, follow up with routing and scheduled payments, and report to the Project Manager weekly with status.

6. Utilizing the most current Timberline Job Cost Summary report, cost code invoices and submit as per the procedures of the Accounting Department.

7. Coordinate with the project superintendent to track the progress with our rolling punch list.

Change Orders

1. Enter Potential Change Orders in Procore, track and provide weekly reports for Project Manager Review.

2. Assist the Project Manager in securing pricing, preparing the scope of work and input of information in Procore Change Event. Convert PCO/COR, and prepare for Owner approval including attachments/copies as back-up.

3. Compile CORs for Prime Contract Change Order on a monthly basis or as needed.

4. Once the owner has signed the PCCO, issue subcontractor CO’s and Purchase Orders.

Job Closeout

1. Assist the Project Manager with the development of a punch list. Distribute the punch list to appropriate parties. Maintain/monitor until all items are complete and closed.

2. In the absence of a Project Coordinator, aggressively compile information for Owners.

3. Maintenance Manual (3-ring binder). Give finished manual and CD/thumb drive to the Project Manager for distribution to the owner before owner releases retainage.

4. Assist the Project Manager in completing Subcontractor Evaluation Forms, if necessary.

5. Assist the Project Manager as required to finish the project.

Additional Duties

1. Assist the Project Manager as required.

2. Produce neat, accurate and complete paperwork with proper sentence structure, grammar, and spelling. All correspondence will use either engineer block lettering or computer-generated lettering.

3. Adhere to the Hedrick Brothers Social Contract and work to bring about the mission and vision of Hedrick Brothers through quality performance and personal initiative.

4. Assist the Project Manager in completing Subcontractor Evaluation Forms, if necessary.

5. Manage project photos.

Training

1. Participate in the training of all programs used. Track training using HB’s training log.

Technical

1. Utilize the following software programs to their optimum capability:

• Microsoft Excel
• Microsoft Word
• Microsoft Power Point
• Microsoft Publisher
• Microsoft Project
• Dropbox
• Onscreen Take Off
• Procore
• About Time
• Timberline Accounting
• Timberline Estimating
• Forecast Manager
• Other, as necessary

Details

Located: Main office or job site

Reports to: Project Manager

Work Hours: 8:00 to 5:00 (or as needed)

Performance Review: Performed annually on employment anniversary

Time: Charged to projects

Coordinates with: Project Manager, Superintendent and Office personnel

SUPERINTENDENT LEVEL I

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES

Include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

1. Studies specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times and staffing requirements for each phase of construction. Work in conjunction with Project Manager to provide information necessary to complete project plan

2. Determines work schedule, and manpower levels for each project assignment. Develops or assists PM in developing project schedule and updating schedule during construction. Creates weekly 3-week look-ahead schedules for distribution to project team.

3. Orders procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules.

4. Completes necessary paperwork such as Daily Reports, inspection logs, jobsite sign-in sheets, on-site material purchases, labor reports and schedules.

5. Maintains and organizes updated on-site plans and project files.

6. Confers with and directs supervisory personnel and subcontractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specification, and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays.

7. Confers with supervisory personnel and crews to resolve complaints and grievances within work force. Ensures compliance with safety regulations, company rules, and project procedures. Documents any violation and recommends corrective action.

8. Maintains positive communication with office, owner, architect, and inspectors..

9. Inspects work in progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and the adherence to construction schedules.

10. Prepares or reviews reports on progress, materials used and costs, and adjusts work schedules as indicated by reports.

11. Performs proper cost coding of all materials, labor and equipment per the job budget. Turn in all receipts, delivery tickets, change order tickets, reports, paperwork and timesheets to the Project Manager weekly by end of day Monday.

Safety Program:

Safety and Loss Prevention

1. Maintains super critical attitude towards safety. Understands and follows HB safety policy.

2. Maintains all MSDS files, safety posters, OSHA posters, emergency numbers and fire extinguishers. Keeps first aid kits, earplugs, dust masks, etc. stocked on the job site at all times.

3. Directs and documents weekly safety meeting.

4. Attends 10-hour OSHA safety counsel every 5 years.

5. Monthly performs jobsite safety checklist over entire site.

6. Fills out all accident reports and investigations and turns in findings to office.

7. Maintains contact and conducts follow up with any injured employee and reports to President and Project Manager.

RFIs

1. Understands construction and assists the Project Manager in generating RFIs with possible solution recommendation.

Schedule

1. Contact every specialty contractor and supplier who is included in the 3-week look ahead schedule each week to ensure conformance to schedule. Discuss: procurement issues, manpower and bottlenecks.

Meetings

1. Work with Project Manager to effectively lead meetings, keeping discussions on point and meaningful. Make sure minutes are distributed to appropriate parties.

Change Orders

1. Must have level of understanding so that any material differences in contract documents are brought to the attention of the Project Manager. Work with the Project Manager on pricing changes. Assist in giving proper notice to the Owner of delay. Distribute all changes to affected parties. Minimize impact to schedule, give input to the Project Manager on updating the schedule. Have no discussions with an Owner or Design Professional regarding cost impact.

Supervisory Responsibilities

1. This position supervises a staff ranging in size from 1 to 4.

Qualification Requirements

1. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Due to the nature of most job sites this position must be capable of working in and around the client’s work area in addition to working a variety of work hours.

2. Work toward completion of the AGC STP course.

Education And Experience

1. High School diploma and three to five years related experience and training.

Language Skills

1. Ability to read and interpret documents such as blueprints, safety rules, operation and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers, employees or organizations.

Mathematical Skills

1. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.

Reasoning Ability

1. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Certificates, Licenses, Registration

1. Must possess a valid Driver’s License

Other Skills And Abilities

1. Must possess basic knowledge of all facets in construction (i.e. AIA Divisions 1-16).

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit.

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representation of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works in outside weather conditions. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

General

1. Adhere to Hedrick Brothers’ Social Contract and Accelerator Plan.

2. Attend all company meetings in which Superintendents are required to attend.

3. Participate in company training meetings.

4. Participate in Hedrick Brothers process improvement task force.

5. Use all available resources to complete project on time, on budget and within quality standards.

Training

1. Have proper certificates for all tools that workmen under his direct supervision are using.

2. Current First Aid certified. To be completed within 3 months of start date as scheduled by HB if certification cannot be provided.

3. Current 10-hour OSHA certified. To be completed within 1 year of start date as scheduled by HB if certification cannot be provided.

Details

Located: Jobsite

Reports to: Project Manager

Performance Review: Annual on anniversary date.

Time: Charged to project.

Supervises: Job Foreman and Subcontractor Supervisors

Coordinates with: Project Manager and Project Team

SUPERINTENDENT LEVEL II

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

1. Studies specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times and staffing requirements for each phase of construction. Provide problem solving/value engineering ability to suggest cost effective construction methods and procedures. Works with the Project Manager to provide information to complete the Project Plan.

2. Schedules and conducts on site project review and scheduling meetings.

3. Determines work schedule, and manpower levels for each project assignment. Develops or assists PM in developing project schedule and updating schedule during construction. Creates weekly 3-week look-ahead schedules for distribution to project team.

4. Ensure proper start-up and close out of projects.

5. Orders procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules.

6. Completes necessary paperwork such as Daily Reports, inspection logs, jobsite sign-in sheets, on-site material purchases, labor reports and schedules.

7. Maintains and organizes updated on-site plans and project files. After reviewing any technical or logistical problem, offers multiple solutions for review with Project Manager.

8. Confers with and directs supervisory personnel and subcontractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specifications, and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays.

9. Confers with supervisory personnel and crews to resolve complaints and grievances within work force. Ensures compliance with safety regulations, company rules, and project procedures. Documents any violation and takes corrective action.

10. Ability to totally supervise field personnel including scheduling of manpower and evaluating the abilities of field personnel.

11. Maintains positive communication with office, owner, architect, and inspectors. Performs unsolicited follow-up of past clients during and following warranty period.

12. Inspects work in progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and the adherence to construction schedules.

13. Supervises total construction effort to insure project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. Understands building department codes and regulations. Can tactfully speak with inspector and pass inspections first time called.

14. Performs proper cost coding of all materials, labor and equipment per the job budget. Turn in all receipts, delivery tickets, change order tickets, reports, paperwork and timesheets to the Project Manager weekly by end of day Monday.

15. Obtains appropriate documentation from vendors and/or subcontractors for proper close out.

16. Performs estimating and pricing of small jobs and change orders. Must possess superior problem-solving ability. Ability to totally supervise field personnel including scheduling of manpower, hiring, firing, and evaluating the abilities of field personnel.

SAFETY PROGRAM

Safety and Loss Prevention

1. Maintains super critical attitude towards safety. Understand and follow HB safety policy.

2. Maintains all MSDS files, safety posters, OSHA posters, emergency numbers, fire extinguishers, keeps first aid kits stocked. Stock supply of earplugs, dust mask, etc. at job site.

3. Directs and documents weekly safety meeting.

4. Attends 10-hour OSHA safety counsel every 5 years.

5. Monthly performs jobsite safety checklist over entire site.

6. Fills out all accident reports and investigations and turns in findings to office.

7. Maintains contact and follows up with any injured employee and reports to President and PM.

RFIs

1. Has good understanding of construction and in conjunction with Project Manager, generates meaningful RFIs with a recommendation for a solution.

SCHEDULE

1. Contacts every specialty contractor and supplier who is included in the 3-week look ahead schedule each week to ensure conformance to schedule. Discuss: procurement issues, manpower and bottlenecks.

MEETINGS

1. Leads or delegates efficient meetings, keeping them on point and meaningful. Note all discussion points and record in minutes, distribute to all appropriate parties.

CHANGE ORDERS

1. Must have level of understanding so that any material differences in contract documents are brought to the attention of the Project Manager. Work with the Project Manager on pricing changes. Assist in giving proper notice to the Owner of delay. Distribute all changes to affected parties. Minimize impact to schedule, give input to the Project Manager on updating the schedule. Have no discussions with an Owner or Design Professional regarding cost impact.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. This position supervises a staff ranging in size from 1 to 10.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

1. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

2. Works towards the completion of the AGC STP course.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

1. High School diploma and six to ten years related experience and training.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

1. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and/or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

1. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra, geometry and trigonometry.

REASONING ABILITY

1. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers, employees, and/or organization.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATION

1. Must have a valid Driver’s License.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES

1. Must possess strong knowledge of construction (i.e. AIA Divisions 1-16).

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit.

The employee will occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representation of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works in outside weather conditions. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

GENERAL

1. Adhere to Hedrick Brothers’ Social Contract and Accelerator Plan.

2. Attend all company meetings in which Superintendents are required to attend.

3. Participate in company training meetings.

4. Participate in Hedrick Brothers process improvement task force.

5. Use all available resources to complete project on time, on budget and within quality standards.

TRAINING

1. Have proper certificates for all tools that workmen under his direct supervision are using.

2. Current First Aid certified. To be completed within 3 months of start date as scheduled by HB if certification cannot be provided.

3. Current 10-hour OSHA certified. To be completed within 1 week of start date at HB office if certification cannot be provided.

DETAILS

Located: Jobsite

Reports to: Project Manager

Performance Review: Annual on anniversary date.

Time: Charged to project.

Supervises: Job Foreman and Subcontractor Supervisors

Coordinates with: Project Manager and Project Team

SUPERINTENDENT LEVEL III

SEE JOB DETAILS
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES

Include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

1. Studies specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times and staffing requirements for each phase of construction. Provide problem solving/value engineering ability to suggest cost effective construction methods and procedures. Provide information to Project Manger to complete Project Plan.

2. Schedules and conducts on site project review and scheduling meetings.

3. Determines work schedule, and manpower levels for each project assignment. Ensure proper start-up and close out of projects. Develops or assists PM in developing project schedule and updating schedule during construction. Creates weekly 3-week look-ahead schedule for distribution to project team.

4. Orders procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules.

5. Completes necessary paperwork such as Daily Reports, inspection logs, jobsite sign-in sheets, on-site material purchases, labor reports and schedules.

6. Maintains and organizes updated on-site plans and project files. After reviewing any technical or logistical problem, offers multiple solutions for review with Project Manager.

7. Confers with and directs supervisory personnel and subcontractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specifications, and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays.

8. Confers with supervisory personnel and crews to resolve complaints and grievances within work force. Ensures compliance with safety regulations, company rules, and project procedures. Documents any violation and takes corrective action.

9. Ability to totally supervise field personnel including scheduling of manpower and evaluating the abilities of field personnel.

10. Maintains positive communication with office, owner, architect, and inspectors. Performs unsolicited follow-up of past clients during and following warranty period.

11. Inspects work in progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and the adherence to construction schedules.

12. Supervises total construction effort to insure project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. Understands building department codes and regulations. Can tactfully speak with inspector and pass inspections first time called.

13. Performs proper cost coding of all materials, labor and equipment per the job budget. Turn in all receipts, delivery tickets, change order tickets, reports, paperwork and timesheets to the Project Manager weekly by end of day Monday.

14. Obtains appropriate documentation from vendors and/or subcontractors for proper close out.

15. Performs estimating and pricing of small jobs and change orders.

16. Must possess superior problem-solving ability.

SAFETY PROGRAM

Safety and Loss Prevention

1. Maintains super critical attitude towards safety. Understand and follow HB safety policy.

2. Maintains all MSDS files, safety posters, OSHA posters, emergency numbers, fire extinguishers, keeps first aid kits stocked. Stock supply of earplugs, dust mask, etc. at job site.

3. Directs and documents weekly safety meeting.

4. Attends 10-hour OSHA safety counsel every 5 years.

5. Monthly performs jobsite safety checklist over entire site.

6. Fills out all accident reports and investigations and turns in findings to office.

7. Maintains contact and follows up with any injured employee and reports to President and PM.

RFIs

1. Has thorough understanding of all aspects of construction, so that meaningful RFIs are generated with solution recommendations and coordinates with the Project Manager.

SCHEDULE

1. Contacts every specialty contractor and supplier who is included in the 3-week look ahead schedule each week to ensure conformance to schedule. Discuss: procurement issues, manpower and bottlenecks.

MEETINGS

1. Lead or delegate efficient meetings, keeping them on point and meaningful. Note all discussion points and record in minutes, distribute to all appropriate parties.

CHANGE ORDERS

1. Effectively discover, uncover and manage anything that is a material difference from contract documents so that no money or opportunity is lost.

2. Give proper delay notification per contract documents.

3. Work with the Project Manager to capture all ripple effects of Change Orders. Distribute all revised contract documents to all affected parties.

4. Manage Change Orders so that there is a minimum impact to the project schedule. Work with the Project Manager to update the project schedule.

5. Do not have a discussion with an Owner or Design Professional regarding cost impact without prior permission from the Project Manager.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervises an unlimited staff and unlimited dollar range per project.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

1. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

2. Works towards the completion of the AGC STP course.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

1. High School diploma and over ten years related experience and training.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

1. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and/or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

1. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra, geometry and trigonometry.

REASONING ABILITY

1. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers, employees, and/or organization.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATION

1. Must have a valid Driver’s License.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES 

1. Must possess advanced knowledge of construction (i.e. AIA Divisions 1-16).

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit.

The employee will occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works in outside weather conditions. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

GENERAL

1. Adhere to Hedrick Brothers’ Social Contract and Accelerator Plan.

2. Attend all company meetings in which Superintendents are required to attend.

3. Participate in company training meetings.

4. Participate in Hedrick Brothers process improvement task force.

5. Use all available resources to complete the project on time, on budget and within quality standards.

TRAINING

1. Have proper certificates for all tools that workmen under his direct supervision are using.

2. Current First Aid certified. Must be completed within 3 months of date of hire as scheduled by HB if certification cannot be provided at the time of hire.

3. Current 10-hour OSHA certified. Must be completed within 1 year of date of hire as scheduled by HB if certification cannot be provided at the time of hire.

DETAILS

Located: Jobsite

Reports to: Project Manager

Performance Review: Annual on anniversary date.

Time: Charged to project.

Supervises: Job Foreman and Subcontractor Supervisors

Coordinates with: Project Manager and Project Team

SR. ESTIMATOR

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ESTIMATING SUPPORT FOR PROJECTS

Performs quantity take-offs.

Assists in the pricing and bidding of construction projects.

Develops and documents logical assumptions during conceptual estimating activities and applies these assumptions to takeoff tasks.

Communicates with architects and consultants to clarify scope of work, materials, and schedule requirements, and documents these clarifications.

Conducts reviews of milestone documents for the development and pricing of value alternative opportunities.

Actively participates in the internal estimate review process.

Assists with final assembly of estimate for presentation to owner.

After the bid, collects and organizes all bid information for future reference.

Aids field operations with change order pricing if needed.

SUBCONTRACTOR ANALYSIS FOR BIDS

Directs, coordinates and provides information and documents to subcontractors.

Prepares contractual exhibits for scope of work for subcontracts.

Participates in hard bid/estimating and GMP budgeting activities by soliciting subcontractor support and evaluating bids.

INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE / RELATIONSHIPS

Builds relationships with subcontractors to obtain a competitive advantage for Hedrick Brothers.

Attends industry events and represents Hedrick Brothers to the industry in a professional capacity.

Ability to lead and desire to teach and mentor Project Engineers and Field employees.

Builds and maintains relationships with internal Hedrick Brothers clients.

Keeps current with latest estimating technology and techniques.

Demonstrates basic conceptual estimating skills by interpolating data.

Questions designs and assumptions and presents ideas to manager on the project.

Consistently embodies, promotes and supports Hedrick’s strategic anchors: Top Talent, Operational Excellence and Client Focus.

Develops relationships with clients to understand their expectations and works with the Hedrick Brothers team to create exceptional client experiences and assure client satisfaction.

Establishes, maintains and fosters positive, long-term relationships with our Clients – including the Owner, Design Team, PM/CMs, and Subcontractors/ Suppliers.

The ability to adapt preconstruction techniques to Design-Bid-Build (DBB), Design/Build (DB), and Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR), is paramount. In DBB scenarios, the Senior Estimator in DB/CMAR roles, they will be tasked with managing outside design teams- providing qualitative work product feedback and design schedule adherence.

Lead a preconstruction team through multiple, iterative budgeting estimates-balancing design goal and construction cost limitations to arrive at the best value.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management or Engineering and/or 3-7 years of equivalent experience required.

General knowledge of construction principles and processes.

Ability to synthesize cost data from a wide range of sources into a conceptual estimate.

Ability to read and interpret drawings and specifications.

General knowledge of negotiated bids, hard bids, and GMP processes.

Working knowledge of estimating technology and tools such as Procore, OST, MC2, iSQFT and BIM related software, as well as Microsoft Office products.

Strong math and analytical skills.

Attention to detail.

Solid interpersonal and communication skills.

Strong work ethic and core values.

Demonstrates behaviors consistent with Hedrick Brothers core values.

Maintains a “value added” approach to estimating.


Campus Recruiting

We recognize the tremendous value that construction management graduates bring to our company, and actively recruit at universities with these programs. Hedrick Brothers Construction gives new employees hands-on experiences and the opportunity to work with people who are passionate about the construction industry.

Training & Development

Helping our team members pursue and achieve their career goals while keeping competitive in today’s market requires continuing education and professional development. Whether it’s through mentoring, on the job, safety, or formal training, Hedrick Brothers Construction is committed to employee growth.



Benefits

There are many benefits to joining the Hedrick Brothers Construction team. Comprehensive insurance plans and programs are offered for employees to achieve and maintain an excellent quality of life including: medical, dental, vision, disability and group life insurance; flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care; competitive vacation and paid time off programs; 401K matching and discretionary profit sharing programs for retirement savings; educational assistance; and career development training.

While good health is its own reward, Hedrick Brothers Construction encourages a lifestyle that leads to sustained good health. Through a variety of Wellness Committee initiatives, the goal is to provide opportunities which empower employees to make informed health decisions, seek appropriate medical attention, stimulate personal responsibility, and become more aware of preventive care issues. Educational resources are available that address nutrition, weight management, smoking cessation, and self-care. Hedrick Brothers also offers partial reimbursement for fitness memberships.

As a testament to our commitment to employee wellness, the American Heart Association has recognized Hedrick Brothers Construction as a Fit-Friendly Company, Gold Level, for six consecutive years: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, and 2011.

Hedrick Brothers Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer and shall not discriminate in hiring, promoting, pay, benefits, termination or any other aspect of employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation or marital status. Hedrick Brothers Construction is a Drug Free Workplace and drug testing is a condition of employment.