It is important for us to let this “light shine” on our whole team, so we can reveal these important parts to our new clients, as we know everyone cares about how their project is going to flow and how will it be finished.
Again, we want to be as transparent as possible when it comes to us running our company and projects in the field!
So what are the roles and responsibilities of our Project Superintendent?
- The PS has ultimate responsibility for all site activities: Construction, Security, and Safety.
- The PS is responsible for all the work executed on site by Subcontractors and by the company’s own forces.
- Any decisions that relate to the job site is communicated to the PS in a timely manner.
- The PS maintains all written records necessary for proper record keeping. These records are completed as required and are available for inspection at any time. All records are copied with originals/copies being sent to the office.
- The PS is responsible for developing the Project Schedule and for keeping it current.
- The PS helps and monitors the Subcontractors with Safety issues. He is ultimately accountable for safe working conditions.
- The PS coordinates with the PM/PE in ensures that any extra charges by Subcontractors are handled in a fair and timely manner.
- The PS ensures that all Job Cost items (Invoices, T & M tickets) are verified and approved by him in a timely manner.
- The PS ensures that the Specifications and Plans are followed. Any deviations is approved in writing using HB procedures (Change Management process)
- The PS maintains good working relations with all external partners (Subs, Government authorities, A/E/D/O).
- Close-Out: The PS works with the PM/PE to ensure that Close-Out starts soon after the job starts. This ensures a timely end to the job.
- Punch List: The PS tackles this process in phases (i.e. as the work progresses). This ensures that all the Punch items are completed soon after the job has finished.
What are the roles and responsibilities of our coordinator?
- The coordinator is an important project team member and is empowered as such.
- The Coordinators play a critical role in monitoring the jobs because they have access to all documentation. They usually talk to the Coordinators at the Subcontractors’ offices to expedite paperwork and invoices.
- The coordinators are responsible for Contracts, Subcontracts, Insurance, Invoices and Payments.