We are seeking a project manager to join our team in delivering exceptional quality for high profile projects that we are working on now and in the future.
Reviews weekly timesheet reports to validate that correct phases and tasks are being used and that reports accurately depict the team working on the projectCoordinates all design reviews, monitors any consultant or subcontractor work.
EngineeringBurns & McDonnell Engineering CompanyMorristown, NJBurns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. Morristown, NJ Senior Project Controls Specialist DUTIES: Lead projects, control processes, and consult with the project management team to ensure client satisfaction. Full-timeMoore EngineeringMoore EngineeringBismarck, NDCoordinates with Project Management Group Leader or Office Manager to review scope, schedule, fee, project profitability, billings, collections and project-specific client/quality issues on each projectEngineering ManagerProject Technologies And ServicesCleveland, OHProject execution including: proposal development and presentation, management of project resources, project budgets and forecasting, schedule management, project engineering, installation, start-up and project closure.ADC EngineeringADC EngineeringIrmo, SCWith offices in the Charleston, Columbia and Greenville areas, ADC provides civil and structural engineering, landscape architecture and building envelope consulting on a broad-range of projects from historic renovations to massive federal site designs.
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