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Project Construction Manager

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Project Construction Manager

A Project Construction Manager is a professional responsible for overseeing and managing construction projects from inception to completion. Their primary role is to ensure that the construction project is executed efficiently, within budget, and in compliance with relevant regulations and quality standards. The specific duties and responsibilities of a Project Construction Manager may vary depending on the industry, the size of the project, and the organization. Here is a general overview of the job description: 

Project Planning: 

Scope Management: Define project scope and objectives, ensuring that project deliverables meet stakeholder requirements. 

Project Planning: Develop comprehensive project plans, including scope, schedule, budget, and resource allocation. 

Collaborate with stakeholders to define project scope, goals, and deliverables. 

Develop detailed project plans, including timelines, resource allocation, and budgets. 

Ensure that project plans align with organizational objectives. 

Project Documentation: Maintain accurate project records, including contracts, permits, drawings, and project reports. 

Schedule Adherence: Monitor project schedules and take corrective actions to meet project deadlines. 

Budget Management: 

Develop and manage project budgets, tracking expenses and ensuring cost control. 

Identify and address budget variances, adjusting as necessary. 

Work to maximize cost efficiency without compromising quality. 

Budget Management: Manage project budgets, track expenses, and ensure projects are delivered within budget constraints. 

Team Leadership: 

Team Leadership: Lead project teams, including assigning tasks, setting priorities, and ensuring team members have the resources needed to succeed. 

Build, lead, and motivate a project team, including contractors, subcontractors, and other professionals. 

Delegate tasks and responsibilities, ensuring that team members understand their roles. 

Foster a collaborative and positive working environment. 

Risk Management: 

Identify potential risks and challenges that may impact project delivery. 

Develop and implement risk mitigation strategies. 

Monitor and manage risks throughout the project lifecycle. 

Risk Management: Identify project risks and develop mitigation strategies to minimize potential issues. 

Quality Assurance: 

Ensure that construction work meets industry standards and regulatory requirements. 

Implement quality control processes and inspections. 

Address any issues related to quality promptly. 

Quality Assurance: Monitor project quality and ensure that project deliverables meet established quality standards. 


Act as the primary point of contact between various stakeholders, including clients, architects, engineers, and contractors. 

Provide regular updates to project stakeholders on progress, issues, and milestones. 

Resolve conflicts and facilitate effective communication within the project team. 

Change Management: Handle changes to project scope, schedule, and budget through a formal change control process. 

Stakeholder Engagement: Build strong relationships with clients, internal teams, and external partners to ensure project success and client satisfaction. 

Communication: Communicate project status, issues, and risks to stakeholders and senior management regularly. 

Contract Management: 

Oversee the negotiation and administration of construction contracts. 

Ensure that all parties involved in the project adhere to contractual obligations. 

Resolve disputes and issues related to contracts. 

Safety Compliance: 

Implement engineering-related safety protocols on the construction site. 

Ensure compliance with environmental regulations related to engineering activities. 

Promote a culture of safety and environmental responsibility within the project team. 

Monitor and address any safety concerns promptly. 

Work to create a safe working environment for all project participants. 

Regulatory Compliance: 

Ensure engineering designs and construction activities comply with relevant codes and regulations. 

Obtain necessary permits and approvals. 

Stay informed about changes in regulations that may impact the project. 

Project Closeout: 

Coordinate the completion and handover of the project. 

Ensure all documentation, including as-built drawings and warranties, is provided to the client. 

Conduct a thorough project review to identify lessons learned and areas for improvement. 

Documentation and Reporting: 

Maintain accurate records of engineering design changes, approvals, and project documentation. 

Generate reports on engineering progress, challenges, and solutions. 

Prepare documentation for project closeout, including as-built drawings and engineering documentation. 

Construction Technology and Innovation: 

Stay abreast of new engineering technologies and innovations applicable to construction. 

Evaluate and implement technologies that can enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of engineering processes. 

Overall, a Project Construction Manager plays a crucial role in ensuring the successful planning, execution, and completion of construction projects. They must possess strong leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills, as well as a deep understanding of construction processes and industry standards.. 



  • 10-15 years of experience in Project Manager of Contractor Business 
  • Bachelor’s degree in civil Engineer & Qualify Professional Engineer License  
  • Proven experience as a Project Manager, managing [High rise Building & Budget >400mb] 
  • Strong understanding of project management methodologies and tools. 
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills. 
  • Strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities. 
  • Proficiency in project management software and tools. 
  • PMP certification is a plus. 
  • Proven people management skills, team management over people diversities, cultural sensitivity and coaching 
  • Able to get things done quickly and work  under pressure and dynamic working environment.