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Mechanical Project Manager

A Mechanical Project Manager is a leader that engages in all the construction phase administrative activities in i.e. roads, dam, building, and/or general construction, repair or maintenance projects. The purpose of this role is  to facilitate the installation of Mechanical systems to ensure the delivery of projects safely, on time, within budget and snag free. The post-holder will be responsible for scheduling, coordinating and assure the quality of work of all site operatives assisting the Project Manager in the administrative duties related to project safety, critical documentation, cost controls, workforce planning, supervision, and purchasing.

This position will eventually include project management duties for both in-house (PME) and sub-consultant trades. The ability to communicate clearly with customers and sub-consultants is required.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Design, engineering analysis, energy modelling, equipment selection, and system layout of HVAC, plumbing, piping, and related mechanical building systems
  • Prepares and controls the management of personnel, materials, equipment and production.
  • Plans and coordinates with anticipation the details of the project with subcontractors, suppliers, designers and clients.
  • Carries out estimates, requests and analyze quotations, and participate in the bid pricing process.
  • Plans, supervises and stimulates the compliance of occupational safety and environmental norms.
  • Prepare schedules, chart of accounts, purchasing plans, submittals log and breakdown for payment.

 

REQUIREMENTS:  

  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or  Construction Engineering from an accredited university.
  • 10 + years of experience in increasingly responsible construction management positions where excellent performance. and employee management skills have been emphasized.
  • Round experience in the installation and maintenance of industrial utilities such as chillers, air handling units, BAS systems, cooling towers, process and water pumps, plumbing and piping construction/ installations, proven project accounting management.
  • Coordinating labor with our superintendents and clients is a key function. Manages sub-contractors. (HVAC Controls, Insulation, Test & Balance, sheet metal construction & ductwork).
  • General knowledge in heavy equipment and cars fleet 
  • Excellent knowledge of construction operations and equipment.
  • Familiarity with blueprints.

 

AIREKO is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative employer. The Company's policy is not to unlawfully discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, military status or any other applicable legally protected considerations made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

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