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National Parks Owner’s Rep (Historic Preservation) – NPS, MT

Project Solutions Inc

This is a Full-time position in Spokane, WA posted June 11, 2021.

Title: National Parks Construction Manager Representative
Owner’s Representative / Construction Manager Representative (CMR) Roles and Responsibilities:
The primary role of the CMR is to oversee, manage and inspect the work of the Construction Contractor and their subcontractors performing work under the construction contract as delegated by the Contracting Officer; the CMR shall manage and inspect the work of the contract for progress, workmanship and conformance with the contract documents, existing codes and the project permits and resource mitigation measures.

This role will be to serve as a liaison coordinating to provide daily documentation and progress to NPS PM/PS on all aspects of the construction process to ensure adherence to the plans/specifications and NPS regulations.

Work shall consist of on-site inspection, special inspections, and administration of a construction contract, office services, preparation of reports, including a daily report, and other duties as listed.

Location: Glacier National Park, Flathead and Glacier Counties, Montana
With over 700 miles of trial in Glacier National Park, turquoise rivers and lakes, geographic wonders, views in every direction
Period of Performance: August 2021
– November 2021, August 2022
– November 2022 (With a shutdown between the two identified construction seasons subject to change.

End date at each year will be weather dependent).
Project Purpose and Background:
This project includes bridge preservation projects at Glacier National Park in Montana.

Bridge preservation projects will be performed at 3 geographic regions within the Park over two construction seasons.

Bridge Repair will occur for 13 structures of varying materials (timber, steel, prestressed concrete, concrete frame) located within the Park.

Multiple bridge repairs will be conducted concurrently in each of the construction seasons.

All Bridges in the project have a FHWA “D” and C” classification.

The FHWA classification system ranks bridges from “D” (best) to “A” (worst).

All bridge structures are considered safe, but repairs are recommended to increase service life and delay major rehabilitation needs.
Responsitilities and duties:
CMR shall provide technical assistance and support to CO during construction.

Arrange, attend and facilitate a variety of meetings, including weekly meetings at the project site.

For all meetings attended, the CMR shall be responsible to take notes and record meeting discussion, decisions made, list action items, and record the responsibility party for action items, and follow up with the responsible party till the action item is closed.

Document issues encountered and problems experienced with the construction contractor.

Review contractor’s baseline and progress schedules Review and process Construction Contractor’s Requests for Information (RFI).

Assist in resolution of, draft response to, track, and follow up on RFIs.

Review Construction Contractor Quality Control (CQC) Daily Reports for accuracy, completeness and compliance with construction contract documents.

Receive, log, and review Construction Contractor’s submittals for completeness, accuracy and compliance with construction contract documents.

Track submittals as required through completion Review Construction Contractor’s Operation & Maintenance (O&M) manuals, warranties, guarantees, and closeout requirements.

Verify they are complete and in compliance with construction contract documents.

Inspect the work of the construction contractor for progress, workmanship, quality and conformance with contract documents, applicable building codes and safety standards .

Coordinate critical point, special, beneficial, and final inspections by design staff or other inspectors so work can be approved in a timely and efficient manner.

Take appropriate photographs for report due each day.

Draft Request for Proposals (RFPs) that define work to be performed and cite relevant specification sections including appropriate sketches illustrating work to be performed.

The construction manager shall have no authority to: Accept or reject construction work, Authorize changes to the terms and conditions of the construction contract, Instruct or make recommendations to the construction contractor.

education, knowledge and skills: Minimum five (5) years Construction Management Experience; Demonstrated ability to prepare draft modifications, independent government estimates, responses to requests for information, process submittals, prepare field observation reports and conduct progress meetings and prepare meeting minutes.

Familiarity with the use of Project Management software programs Previous project experience with: Historic Preservation Bridge Inspection/Repair including the following bridge structures: Timber; Steel; Prestressed Concrete and Concrete Frame Education and professional qualifications leading to or equivalent to a Construction Management Degree or Engineering Degree Prior experience working with Federal Government Project Managers/CORs on processing change requests, requests for information, submittals, and field observation reports preferred.

Knowledgeable in construction practices including applicable building codes, applicable safety regulations OSHA 30 Strong technical abilities including ability to open and manipulate scheduling software such as Oracle Primavera Project, and or MS Project.

Strong technical abilities with Word and Excel.

Comprehensive knowledge of site planning, building design and construction means, methods and codes, scheduling, material and labor cost estimating sufficient to evaluate general compliance environmental health, safety and protection requirements Average agility and dexterity.

Duties will include moderate walking over rough, uneven or slippery surfaces, recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, climbing ladders or similar activities, recurring lifting of moderately heave objects less than 50 lbs.

and regular visits to construction sites Must pass a pre-employment background check Valid driver’s license
Project Solutions, Inc.

is an equal opportunity employer, women, individuals with disabilities, protected veterans and minorities are encouraged to apply.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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