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Preconstruction Manager

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The Preconstruction Manager collaborates directly with potential clientele to develop comprehensive bid packages tailored to their specifications. This role entails occasional travel to client sites and offices, managing multiple projects, tasks, and deadlines with professionalism that reflects positively on their organization.

Established in the early 1990s and headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, our client has a rich portfolio spanning commercial, retail, residential, and institutional developments across North America.

Their hallmark is their unwavering commitment to integrity, quality, and dependability. Guided by their core values – ethical conduct, fervent dedication, pursuit of excellence, and unwavering determination – they've cultivated enduring relationships with a diverse clientele ranging from national retail chains to private and institutional investors.

In addition to delivering exceptional customer service, they prioritize fostering a supportive workplace environment. Their team members enjoy a comprehensive benefits package and access to:

  • Flexible Leave Policy
  • Specialized Training and Mentorship Programs
  • Community Engagement Opportunities
  • Regular On-Site Massage Therapy Sessions

They are proud recipients of numerous accolades, including recognition as:

  • A Distinguished Employer
  • A Leader in Wellness Initiatives
  • A Preferred Workplace
  • Certified by a Renowned Workplace Assessment Program
  • Must demonstrate and model our client's core values
  • Lead General Contractor (GC), Construction Management (CM), Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP), and Design-Build bid opportunities up to $10 million
  • Subcontractor procurement and contract negotiation
  • Ability to independently perform conceptual, schematic, and design development budgets
  • Proficient in conducting value engineering exercises
  • Reviews plans for consistency and accuracy
  • Manages all levels of take-offs and can apply unit prices
  • Assists in scoping and leveling trades as part of a bid team on larger projects
  • Maintains current unit price and historical database
  • Familiarity with contract types and typical scopes
  • Negotiates client and subcontractor terms and conditions
  • Ability to contact subcontractors for coverage
  • Provides mentorship to Cost Engineers
  • Possesses a comprehensive understanding of the estimating process
  • Develops and maintains strong subcontractor/vendor relationships
  • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of all project costs, including those not readily evident
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Mark Brinks Recruiting Manager