The Project Manager is responsible for the successful management of the design, planning and construction of real estate facilities projects, with accountability for accomplishing all project goals and objectives. Project aspects may include mechanical, electrical, and architectural applications; the associated administrative and budgetary control responsibilities; the planning, organizing, coordination of resources; and full control and execution of the project to the fulfillment of client expectations. Project Managers will drive the entire project from site selection to move in and occupancy of the space. Projects for this role are categorized as tenant improvements within Class A real-estate locations across the US. This role will have 25-50% travel.
Essential Job Duties:
Management of project deliverables, including developing scope of work, scheduling project reports, managing the development of drawings for clients and property/facility management team, designing and development and constructions phases for assigned project.
Proactively manages project-related issues on an account or assigned project, as necessary.
Ensure success in initiation, planning, execution, and completion of all projects against agreed upon targets.
Provide site assessment reports to the client to help understand current conditions and develop a comprehensive scope
Maintain high qualitative and quantitative standards for work performance along with maintaining accurate and consistent electronic files.
Prepare agendas and meeting materials, lead meetings, develop and maintain master project budgets and timelines as required for each project and project phase to ensure overall project objectives and client needs are met.
Provide lease review comments to help align landlord and client requirements in partnership with the transaction team.
Develop, maintain, and manage project budgets from conception to completion. Coordinate and track all vendor RFQ's and RFP's.
Advise and obtain necessary approvals from management of potential organizational changes, actions requiring additional commitments and the need for expenditures in excess of approved budget.
Review all change orders and other invoices associated with the project and confer with client, all project financial information and management of services to clients as requested.
Manage all furniture signage, security, technology and art procurement and installation.
Responsible for keeping building management apprised of progress at all times.
Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, Business Administration, or related field.
5+ years of related experience.
Solid project management skills with demonstrated understanding of project management business.
Experience in client relations, client management and consulting.
Autonomously able to manage a complete project from onset through completion.
Read and understand construction specifications and blueprints.
Ability to read and interpret architectural/engineering drawings.
Prepare and track master project budgets.
Highly organized with the ability to identify and manage multiple priorities at once.
Understanding of technical requirements for various project types, especially TI buildouts.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, MS Project, Bluebeam
Strong problem-solving skills
Provides guidance to junior staff
Experience with analysis and reporting
Cushman & Wakefield provides equal employment opportunity. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. Cushman & Wakefield is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.
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