The Construction Manager is responsible for managing capital projects and overseeing landlord work and tenant improvements as needed for Jamestown’s properties with an initial focus on the conversion of specific areas of the Innovation & Design Building to lab space. The Construction Manager will also support Jamestown is assessing the feasibility of new project opportunities.
Essential Job Functions
Capital Improvements Project Management:
- Manage design and construction of capital improvements and oversee tenant improvements as needed for Jamestown’s assets.
- Manage the conversion of office/industrial/showroom space to lab space at the Innovation & Design Building
- Coordinate internal Jamestown team members to include design and creative professionals. Coordinate with additional internal and external team members to include Jamestown asset manager, property manager, leasing representatives, etc.
- Select, contract and manage external team of professionals to include architect, general contractor, engineers and related consultants.
- Develop and monitor project schedules
- Coordinate budgeting and pricing, reviewing and approving construction draw submittals and invoices
- Represent owner in regular construction meetings, track issues and coordinate project documentation
- Coordinate project entitlements and permitting as needed for project work
- Lead contractor selection/bid process
- Monitor critical path project schedules
- Oversee onsite construction progress and assist with trouble shooting as needed
Assistance with Jamestown Retail and Office Leasing:
- Assist Jamestown Leasing team with Lease Outline Drawings for prospective retail tenants
- Coordinate tenant drawings and approvals throughout the process from lease signature through occupancy
- Oversee tenant construction throughout the process from lease signature through occupancy, including both landlord improvements and tenant improvements.
- Review tenant drawings and approve as requested by Property Management
- Prepare budgets for landlord work
- Five or more years of experience in construction management (life science work experience preferred, but not required); or
- Any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
5+ to 7 years
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