We specialize in complex commercial renovation projects that must be built to exact specifications for some of the most impressive and well known organizations in our market.
We are New York City construction experts and are looking for a driven, socially skilled individual who can manage commercial renovation construction projects exclusively within the 5 boroughs of New York City. We provide fantastic administrative support and the latest web-based project management technology needed to succeed on every project.
We are currently looking for a Site Superintendent to join our team.
This position is responsible for all site supervision and coordination, integration, and execution of assigned projects.
Candidates must be dedicated individuals with strong communication, management, and organizational skills.
Proactively maintain a safe site
Supervise and coordinate all trades
Facilitate RFI's to the Project Manager
Create a two-week look ahead
Forecast trade work and provide timely notification in advance for anticipated work
Inform Project Managers of possible Change Orders
Interface with the Client and design professionals
Post detailed daily reports on Procore
Carpenter trade experience (e.g. Ability to lay out partitions)
Ability to read drawings fluently and identify inconsistencies within drawings and specifications
Procore experience preferred
Teamwork and people skills along with the ability to represent the General Contractor at project meetings
A current NYC DOB Construction Superintendents License is a plus
Minimum 5-7 years' experience in Interior Renovation Construction, with a verifiable track record of completed projects
Family Health benefits
401K with Match
Annual performance reviews
End of year Holiday Bonus
Monthly Metrocard & Transit Benefit
Laptop with cell connectivity
Cell Phone stipend
Stand out and contact King Rose Construction directly
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