CONSTRUCTION MANAGER - UTILITIES
Responsible for the delivery, co-ordination and control of the Utilities Packages. Works involve diversion of a 42' water main, 36' gas main, multiple UKPN assets including substations, new 1500mm diameter sewer, new ducts and chambers for comms. Works are within site boundary and in the public domain.
The role will cover both an overlap with the early planning and design phases and also the delivery phase.
The Utilities Senior Construction Manager is also responsible for supporting the rest of the utilities' construction team with the technical and engineering requirements of the works. In particular method statements, ITPs, construction processes/methodology.
Input is required into the procurement processes in order to select the utilities sub-contractors.
To develop an appropriate knowledge and comply with the various project Plans and Works Information.
Responsible for ensuring that the works are constructed in a safe manner with due regard to the protection of the workforce, public and the environment.
Ensuring effective planning, directing and coordination of the Utilities Works.
Ensuring the works are constructed in a safe manner and meet the specified requirements in terms of cost, quality and timescale.
Assist the team in final scoping and procurement of the Utilities sub-contract packages.
Provide input into the final selection of subcontractors.
The work with the Planning and Programming team to ensure that the various elements of the works are completed on schedule.
To liaise with multiple stakeholders
Be responsible for the regular planning and production meetings with sub-contractors to monitor progress, planning, labour levels, Early Warnings and ensure that adequate records are maintained.
To develop an appreciation of Utilities issues (design, consents 3rd party approvals) avoid delays to the construction of the works.
Work with the Commercial Team to assist with administering the sub-contract and providing input for valuation purposes.
Run Progress Meeting with sub-contractors as necessary.
Experience in a similar role diverting complex utilities in a city environment.
Have excellent communication (written and verbal), management and organisational skills and the ability to plan ahead and manage the work time frames.
A good working knowledge of the Health and Safety regulations and other relevant legislation and processes affecting Utilities installations.
Have a working understanding of NEC form of contract.
Qualifications, Certifications & Experience
Demonstrate previous experience working on complex utilities diversion projects in city centre environments, at a similar level of responsibility.
Degree level or higher, or equivalent, in a numerate discipline, typically an Engineering discipline. A lower educational level, typically HNC or HND may be acceptable where a very significant level of experience in a senior technical engineering role can be demonstrated.
Membership of an appropriate Professional body, typically Chartered member or Fellow of Institute of Civil Engineering or hold an equivalent professional status.
5 years' experience as Project or Construction Manager for significant civil engineering construction project.
Have an excellent track record of project delivery: safely, to timescale, quality and cost.
Have demonstrable experience of leadership, building and motivating teams.
Demonstrate excellent presentation, negotiation skills organisational skills, ability to plan and manage own time.
How to apply:
Please reply to this email with your CV or reach out to Matt Purkis at Anderselite via Linked In. Were getting a lot of applicants so your effort will be appreciated.
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