Military/Government Focus

PROJECT MANAGER – MILITARY/GOVERNMENT FOCUS
Responsible for Project management of all phases of small to large and/or
complex government/military project or projects.
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university preferred.
Minimum of ten years extensive experience in all phases of architecture,
including substantial project management experience, Department of
Defense experience as well as government experience at the Federal,
State and County level.
State of Hawaii architectural registration required, LEED Accreditation
preferred.
Thorough knowledge of architectural practice, including budgeting and
cost control, scheduling, planning, programming, design, specifications
and working drawings; building and zoning codes; building materials and
methods; and building costs.
Thorough knowledge of office standards, policies and procedures;
principles of personnel supervision and management.
Substantial knowledge of related engineering principles; construction and
liability laws and professional ethics.
Substantial knowledge of Department of Defense processes as well as
other government branches.
Directs, guides and coordinates assigned projects to completion on
schedule within budgets and to client satisfaction; maintains job cost
control.
Consistently exercises discretion and judgment on issues related to the
project management, design and delivery processes.
Supervises project team, establishes staffing requirements, directs or
prepares program, schematics, design and outline specifications; directs
working drawing and specification preparation.
Supervises and coordinates work of engineering and special consultants,
RELATED TASKS
SALARY RANGE
assists principal in selection of and negotiation with consultants.
Confers and corresponds with client, government agencies and
consultants, obtains approvals and documents meeting. Prepares
correspondence and reports and maintains project records.
Assists Principal-in-Charge in determining scope and program; negotiation
of Owner-Architect Agreement and initiates meetings as required by
Principal or Associate.
Assumes responsibility for code conformity and assists in obtaining
permits.
Works with estimator in maintaining construction budget control.
Assists in construction negotiation or bidding.
Supervises field observation staff, approves payment requests and
change orders; supervises review of RFI’s, shop drawings and sample
submittals.
Recommends approval of substitution requests and supervises
preparation of addenda and/or revisions.
May also assume responsibilities of Project Architect/Project Designer.

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