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Construction Estimator
King Rose ConstructionNew York, NY
Minimum 2 years of General Contracting Estimating experience, preferably in NYC. Minimum 2 years of General Contracting Estimating experience, preferably in NYC. 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.
Estimator
King Rose ConstructionYonkers, NY
King Rose Construction (www. kingroseny.com) 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.
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Review procurement requests, together with related specifications, plan, and statements of work or purchase descriptions to determine if they are complete.
This position is in support of a contract on which we are bidding in support of the National Institutes of Health Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC).
Estimator
King Rose ConstructionNew York, NY
Education: Bachelor's Degree preferably in Architecture, Engineering or Construction Management. The ideal candidate would have several years of experience estimating commercial interior projects in New York City.
Construction Estimator
King Rose ConstructionNew York, NY
Possesses the ability to use an estimating program such as "Planswift". We are currently looking for a well-rounded Estimator to join our team. Prepare bid packages. Laptop with cell connectivity. Proficiency in reading drawings and specifications.
$75,000 - $135,000 a year
Junior Estimator
King Rose ConstructionNew York, NY
Conduct analysis of drawings and specifications. Good time management and organizational skills. End of year Holiday Bonus. Annual performance reviews. Family Health benefits. 401K with Match. Conduct quantity take-offs from the drawings and prepare proposals.
Full-time
Construction Estimator
King Rose ConstructionYonkers, NY
Prepare construction budgets. Prepare and send out ITBs to vendors and subcontractors.
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Junior Estimator
King Rose ConstructionYonkers, NY
Prepare construction budgets. Prepare and send out ITBs to vendors and subcontractors.

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