Bid Opportunity - Estimated Award June 2020
Position: Construction Manager
Location: Ft. Meade Maryland
- 10 years - professional experience in the following engineering fields: Mechanical, Plumbing, and/ or Electrical (Required)
- Demonstrated experience in performing duties typically associated with a Program Manager (Required)
- Demonstrate experience in managing cyber projects with complex mechanical and/or electrical designs; including familiarity with overall facility design, operations, and maintenance of secure facilities designed and constructed in accordance with Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705 for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities. (Preferred)
This is a 12 month opportunity with anticipated client growth downstream. CM will support USACE with construction of 12 buildings. Professional experience should include, but not be limited to, the ability to perform the following tasks:
1. Review associated studies, DD1391s, Design Build Request for Proposal (RFP) documents, design submittals, customer review comments and requirements, construction drawings, construction specifications and resolve construction and project coordination issues associated with their specific field of engineering. Provide troubleshooting recommendations to the ECIPO program, design, and construction management. These shall come in reports with a clear statement of the problem, analysis of the problem and resolution to problem.
2. Provide review comments in RMS or DrChecks on contract submittals pertaining to all planning studies, RFP requirement packages, contract specification sections, to assure that they conform to the individual specification requirements, document review comments, and recommend government action. The senior engineer shall monitor the timeliness of all such submittal reviews in order to ensure their completion within the time frames required by the contracts involved. Monitor the Contractors design, construction or service submittal log and advise the Government of late or overdue submittals.
3. Attend and participate in an advisory capacity meetings such as schedule and coordination meetings, design review conferences, planning charrettes, preconstruction and pre-performance conferences, quality control coordination meetings, progress meetings, or other conferences and meetings held between the Government’s representatives and construction Contractors or service providers or, where authorized, between representatives of other architectural firms and the Government. Maintain situational awareness of Contractor project activities, planned work, and necessary Government actions to prevent Government caused delays to construction progress, award of RFPs and/or planning study completion dates.
4. Review and refine the lessons learned for ECIPO projects and assist in identifying solutions and implementation plans.