Performs skilled level work in the coordination and development of construction projects, including programming, design, university approval, construction, and move-in. Prepares and/or coordinates design packages for building interior renovations and minor new construction. Manages project contracts during the course of construction and maintains an accurate cost accounting of all construction/renovation projects. Provides construction project estimates and project schedules for all assigned projects. As directed by the Senior Project Manager, supervises the maintenance of all campus architectural documents and the facilities inventory.
This position works under the general supervision of the Senior Project Manager and exercises supervision over projects and temporary personnel.
1. Interviews university personnel and ascertains user renovation/new construction needs. 2. Translates user needs into acceptable construction documents in accordance with current building code and ADA regulations. 3. Verifies and documents existing site conditions prior to beginning design. 4. Prepares and/or coordinates drawings and specifications for all assigned renovation and construction projects. 5. Prepares and/or coordinates building elevations and renderings as required. 6. Revises construction documents as necessary after change order approval. 7. If using outside design firm, verifies that submitted design documents conform to USD design standards, tenant/client needs and all applicable codes. 8. Strives to create sustainable designs, targeting LEED Gold criteria when possible. 9. Prepares detailed cost estimates for early budget and funding needs.
1. Is responsible for the management of interior renovation projects and minor new construction projects in terms of budget, schedule, and quality of workmanship as directed by the Senior Project Manager. 2. Issues contracts and purchase orders to contractors and/or vendors. 3. Insures that all construction is completed in accordance with current building, electrical, and mechanical codes, as well as with the approved design. 4. Coordinates with the City of San Diego on all permit related issues. 5. Estimates construction costs to establish preliminary budgets. 6. Maintains project budgets as directed by the Senior Project Manager. Project budgets will range and may be $20M for a single capital project. 7. Estimates cost of changes requested by the user. 8. Continues interaction with the user(s) during construction to ensure approved changes are accomplished. 9. Coordinates project approval with appropriate University personnel. 10. Coordinates project construction/completion/move-in with appropriate University departments. 11. As directed by the Senior Project Manager, develops and manages special projects pertaining to university facilities.
1. Assists in maintaining the archived drawings and specifications. 2. Keeps the Senior Project Manager appraised of project(s) conditions
1. Consistently follows safety practices appropriate to the trade and complies with rules and regulations established by the university, state of California, and federal agencies. 2. Follows established procedures for dealing with special hazards and promptly reports any on the job accidents to Public Safety and to your chain of command and to the AVP of Facilities Management in writing. 3. Maintains an awareness of the typical hazards of the work place as well as special hazards that may be encountered at any university facility location such as biohazards, low-grade radiation and chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects