The role of a Senior Construction Manager is paramount to the success of large construction projects derived from a varied portfolio of clients. As the Senior Construction Manager of an organisation, you will be responsible for the initial planning, to the delivery and performance evaluation of construction projects. Supervising a diverse team as well as managing resources and effective schedules are also key duties of a Senior Construction Manager.
What is involved in a Senior Construction Management position?
Fully manage the planning stages through to the implantation and evaluation of multiple projects
Evaluate and prepare overall cost estimates for projects that align with proposed budgets
Identify all of the key tasks required to ensure all aspects of the work is covered
Supervise the construction team and offer support throughout the course of the project
Identify and implement necessary safety measures and best practices
Create and deliver subcontracting documents in a professional and timely manner
How do I qualify for a role within Senior Construction Management?
To secure a position as Senior Construction Manager, organisations will expect a demonstrated background and adequate experience within the construction industry. Prior to this, construction professionals will likely complete a relevant degree in Construction Management, Construction Engineering or similar to gain a certified qualification. In order to become a senior member of a construction organisation, managers are usually recruited as assistants whereby they will receive on the job training before securing a more senior role.
Contact the Construction Division Team
Email the Construction Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.