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King Rose ConstructionRochester, NY
  • King Rose Construction (www.
  • is a leading New York City commercial general contractor that builds better and faster than our competition.
  • 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 well-rounded Estimator to join our team.
  • The ideal candidate would have several years of experience estimating commercial interior projects in New York City.
  • Conduct analysis of drawings and specifications
  • Conduct quantity take-offs from the drawings and prepare proposals
  • Prepare construction budgets
  • Prepare bid packages.
  • Prepare and send out ITBs to vendors and subcontractors
  • Possesses the ability to use an estimating program such as "Planswift".
  • Education: Bachelor's Degree preferably in Architecture, Engineering or Construction Management.
  • Good time management and organizational skills
  • Proficiency in reading drawings and specifications
  • Minimum 2 years of General Contracting Estimating experience, preferably in NYC
  • Family Health benefits
  • 401K with Match
  • Annual performance reviews
  • End of year Holiday Bonus
  • Laptop with cell connectivity
  • Associated topics: account, analyse, analysis, analyst, commercial, estimator, financial, quote, quotation, representative

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