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Healthcare Construction - Project Manager - Milwaukee

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Our client is looking for a Project Manager with a background in either healthcare or higher/lower education construction. Ground up construction is strongly preferred but clinic/rehab center/pharmacy buildouts are also great, hospital additions and renovations also will translate well.

Client Details

Acting as one of Wisconsin's top design build, commercial General Contractors, we have offices throughout the state and can be accommodating when it comes to work/life flexibility. We specialize in healthcare, higher and lower education, light industrial, large commercial and corporate construction. We support a diverse workforce that stimulates innovation, creates opportunities and builds the local economy through more than just construction efforts. As one of the largest Wisconsin-based construction firms, we believe it is our responsibility to proactively grow our industry and to create meaningful employment opportunities for the people who live here. We've long been a leader in the implementation of minority and resident participation programs, and we are deeply honored to be recognized for our efforts on several occasions.


  • Set safety, quality, schedule, cost, and owner relationship goals
  • Provide input and supervise all pre-construction services such as purchase orders, subcontracts, schedules, job cost set-up and project pre-planning
  • Work with the Managing Director obtain the personnel resources required to properly staff the project
  • Review project proposal or plans to determine time frame, procedures for accomplishing project, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources to various phases of the project
  • Manage all financial aspects of contracts; assure job margin analysis is completed on a regular basis
  • Develop baseline project schedule with assistance from Superintendent
  • Monitor and report project cost and schedule performance; recommend corrective actions if needed
  • Assist Superintendent with problem or conflict resolution; assist in driving subcontractors or work force
  • Prepare and manage change orders
  • Review and advance pay requests and invoicing
  • Review status reports prepared by project personnel and modify schedules or plans as required; prepare project reports for company management, owner or others
  • Manage the scope of work and has mastery of the contract documents
  • Manage claims; identify and resolve potential claims with subcontractors/suppliers
  • Participate in project coordination meetings
  • Prepare bid packages from construction documents
  • Ensure adherence to insurance, safety, labor relations, EEO and tax regulations
  • Monitor and ensure quality control
  • Work with Safety Director to ensure jobs have safe working conditions and that safe work practices are in place
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with key owners and architects
  • Foster team camaraderie; mentor Superintendents and Project Engineers; assure each person understands their role on the project
  • Document best practices to share with other projects; ensure best construction methods are being used
  • Direct and ensure timely completion of project close-out activities
  • Protect and promote the interests of the Company; ensure all compensation for work performed is received
  • Champion skill development of assigned resources through training and performance appraisals
  • Communicate and reinforce the company vision, values and goals to division staff
  • Perform additional assignments per supervisor's direction


  • Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture, or related field
  • Five years of managerial and supervisory experience in the construction industry, specifically in the health care industry
  • Extensive knowledge of construction methods and materials, costing, scheduling, and estimating
  • Demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others
  • Ability to think ahead and plan over a one-to two-year time span
  • Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities
  • Problem analysis and problem resolution at both a strategic and functional level
  • Strong customer orientation
  • Good computer skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong team player
  • Commitment to company values

Job Offer

  • Up to $115,000 base salary
  • Company performance bonus
  • Individual performance bonuses
  • $450/month vehicle allowance
  • Health, Dental, Vision insurance benefits.
  • Life & Disability insurance, both short and long term
  • 3 weeks company PTO, 4 weeks after 1 year with the company
  • 401k company match
  • Paid paternity and maternity leave
Michael Page
Full time
Milwaukee, WI 53244, US