Construction project coordinators plan, organize, and direct the activities of a construction project, under the direction of a general manager. You will work on-site most of the time, looking after the day-to-day responsibilities of the project.
- Ensure all tasks completed safely
- Communicate with Superintendent & Project Manager
- Know the Drawings and contract
- Ensure work is being undertaken safely. Highlight areas of safety and financial risk to FM.
- Materials take off and order
- Coordinate subcontractors and suppliers
- Material take off.
- As project progresses, gravel quantities, spoil quantities, other material quantities
- Know methodology planned and budget adopted during bid. Keep track.
- Know what is not included in bid. When an extra comes up or see coming up, talk to the PM.
- Review methodology and production to ensure meeting budget expectations and contract requirements.
- Track/record all gravel and spoil imports. Update crew on amounts of budget used.
- Plan ahead full duration of project with superintendent and foreman so avoid obstructions/delays.
- Review work being undertaken with foreman to ensure extras are picked up. Communicate extras to owner/engineer.
- When dealing with novice owners then need to be hands-on coordinating with engineer and owner to make sure decisions made and project-wide tasks are accomplished.
- Check that QC tests and inspections are being undertaken. Ensure QC lists being ticked off if required.
- Remind Superintendent/FM of important tasks, critical items, methodologies. Advise Super of any troubles noted.
PC check list including but not limited to:
- Ensure BC1 call up to date.
- Process change orders/site instructions and update full sets of drawings.
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