Cultures & Careers

Project Executive


To provide oversight, leadership, planning and guidance for one or multiple construction projects within the organization. General oversight and delegation of tasks and responsibilities to the project team. Primary responsibility for the profit/loss on all assigned projects. Manage all phases of the project including initial collaboration and coordination with the preconstruction team, initial buyout and contract issuance, construction processes during the assigned project, and final closeout and turnover to project client.

Essential Functions / Major Responsibilities of Project Executive:

  • Mentor, develop and train members of the project team
  • Leading safety culture for the project team
  • Oversight of all Cost Control/Billings/Collections for project
  • Key point of contact with owner
  • Accountable for successful project completion and financials
  • Accountable for successful project outcome with client satisfaction as main priority
  • Plans and projects staffing needs during construction
  • Responsible for risk management during the project
  • Ensures accurate and timely subcontract and vendor buyout process including subcontractor negotiations
  • Ensures project planning and job progress staff meetings
  • Ensures project is on schedule in collaboration with project team
  • Ensures the detail and accuracy of project subcontractor and supplier scopes of work
  • Review and understand owner contracts and ensure project team is adhering to requirements
  • Conducts regular project walks/inspections and advises project team of findings
  • Assist with development of GMP proposals in collaboration with preconstruction team
  • Conduct Owner/Architect project meetings

Secondary Functions:

  • Assist in overall company strategic and business plan to ensure success
  • Participate in community-based organizations and associations to enhance company image
  • Assist in development of company training programs
  • Develop and participate actively in “Best Practices” for company
  • Encourage team members and actively participate in personal development and training