Join the AMLI Development Company team as our newest Project Manager in Atlanta. The Project Manager will manage the physical construction of new Apartment Home Projects and supervises the activities of the Superintendents and Contract Administrators assigned to his/her Projects. Essential Functions:
Staff Management and Development:
Provide leadership and direction for all employees under his/her supervision, which includes but not limited to: effective employee relations, compliance with employment law; ongoing training and motivation for staff.
Planning, Design, and Permitting:
Assist Development Team in preparation and review of written design programs, preliminary design and construction budgets, and preliminary design and construction schedules for all assigned projects. Provide technical input throughout planning process, as needed.
Provide construction expertise and technical/code guidance to all design consultants selected by the Development/Construction Team. Perform detailed reviews of each consultant's work during design phase of the project to ensure conformance with the requirements of the design program, budget, and schedule.
Review and redline all plans prior to submittal for permits.
Assist Development team members to ensure the design team makes proper and timely submittals to all appropriate governmental agencies to ensure all permits and approvals are obtained on schedule.
Update Budget Worksheet and Schedule as new design and development information becomes available.
Estimates, Bidding, and Buy-out:
Prepare a complete written Bid Package for each phase of the work, which includes instructions to bidders, pricing breakdown form, draft of Subcontract with Exhibits, plans and specifications, draft Scope of Work, preliminary Construction Schedule, and any other applicable reports and documents.
Complete detailed estimate for the requirements of the job, including items where a Subcontractor is furnishing all materials in a turnkey application, for verification of his quantities.
Solicit bids from minimum three, pre-qualified sources for each phase.
Review all bids in detail for completeness of scope and determine the apparent low bidders. As apparent low bid numbers are identified and scopes are confirmed, update the Budget Worksheet and regularly communicate the anticipated costs to the AMLI Development Team. Once AMLI Senior Management approves Project for construction, Project Manager will diligently pursue contract negotiations until all costs, in all phases are committed to vendors or subcontractors by written agreement.
Project Manager prepares all written agreements. The Vice President of Construction or another party within the AMLI Construction group must review documents for completeness, prior to being distributed to the Vendor or Subcontractor for signature.
Provide diligent coordination and direct management of the AMLI Residential Contract Administrator and Superintendents, subcontractors and vendors to ensure that the administration, cost, quality and completion schedule of the Project meet the goals established by the Development/Construction Planning Team.
Ensure that weekly subcontractor communication and safety meetings are conducted on the jobsite, and actively participate in all Development Status meetings.
Ensure that all required paperwork generated by the field staff is submitted on a weekly basis, including but not limited to Daily Reports, Safety Inspection forms, delivery tickets, etc.
Review and process all subcontractor and vendor pay requests and payments in accordance with the processes and timeframes as outlined by accounting.
Prepare and or update Construction Budget/Buyout reports, Job Cost Report updates, Construction Schedule updates and Lender Draw Forms for the Construction Vice President's review and approval monthly, according to the established schedule.
Ensure all governmental, lender, manufacturer and consultant tests and inspections are performed in a timely manner and all approvals are obtained in writing and turned over to the Development Team for inclusion into the development files.
Ensure all materials are delivered by Subcontractors and Vendors to be utilized in the compilation of a Project Warranty Manual.
Unit Turn-over to Management:
Ensure building completions, including the building interior and exterior punch list inspections are performed according to schedule, and all punch work is completed in a timely manner.
Coordinate construction efforts with Property Manager and Service Manager to provide a desirable leasing experience for prospective AMLI residents, and communicate schedule discrepancies as early as possible.
Complete and provide two copies of the Warranty Manual to the Management Company no later than the date in which the third building is turned over to Management. Additional information which is to be included in the manual such as building turnover dates shall be included in the manual at the completion on the project.
Obtain building Certificates of Occupancy and provide copies to the Property Manager prior to resident occupancy of any building. Originals of the c.o.'s should be turned over to the Development group.
Ensure that training is provided for the Property Manager and Service Manager on all new equipment and systems.
Confirm all interior and exterior punch lists are completed promptly, and all warranty dates are clearly established and communicated to the Property Manager.
Collect and compile a complete set of as-built record drawings of the Project. Ensure that all originals of the permitted plans are turned over to the Development Group for them to include in their files.
Reconcile all cost commitments by reviewing the project files, Job Cost Reports, and committed cost reports.
Complete all contract and pay request paperwork so that a final lender draw may be prepared for approval by Vice President of Construction.
Release final retainage checks to subcontractors and vendors and collect all final lien waivers. Ensure that Subcontractors have paid their suppliers prior to final release of retainage.
Assemble all project related files in an organized fashion and have sent to storage for future reference.
Provide all warranty and non-warranty related oversight when requested by the Property Management Company.
Requirements: College degree in construction management, civil engineering or architectural studies preferred. Minimum 5 years' experience in a supervisory role. Strong working knowledge/experience in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project, and other business related software, i.e. Procore desired. Must be able to manage multiple projects and meet tight deadlines.
The Project Manager offices out of the regional corporate office with travel to the job sites on an as needed basis.
Compensation and Benefits:
AMLI offers the following benefits to meet the needs of AMLI employees and their families:
Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage
401(k) Company Match
Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, Short-Term Disability and Parental Leave
Apartment Rent Discounts
Time Off - Vacation, personal, sick and company holidays
Care.com premium memberships
Emergency Leave for COVID related Absences
AMLI is one of the preeminent multifamily companies in the nation. The company is focused on the development, acquisition and management of luxury apartment communities. AMLI is an equal employment opportunity employer that encourages personal and professional growth.
Internal Number: 4944
About AMLI Residential
AMLI Residential is one of the preeminent multifamily companies in the nation. AMLI is focused on the development, acquisition and management of luxury apartment communities across the United States. AMLI is committed to customer service and providing its residents a worry-free, high-value living experience in our communities. AMLI® is a brand name representing high quality, exceptional service and superior value. AMLI's mission is to "Provide an Outstanding Living Environment for Our Residents." Each day, every person who is part of the AMLI FAMLI is focused on doing all he or she can to achieve AMLI’s mission.
AMLI was founded in 1980 as a private real estate development, management and investment company. In 1994, AMLI went public as a NYSE publicly traded real estate investment trust. In February 2006, AMLI became a private company again through a $2.1 billion transaction with the PRIME Property Fund, a core, open-ended, institutional real estate fund managed by Morgan Stanley. PRIME owns or has an investment interest in approximately $11 billion of high-quality diverse real estate assets including retail, office, multifamily, hotel, and industrial prope...rties located in major markets throughout the United States. PRIME's acquisition of the AMLI platform was a strategic transaction designed to provide institutional investors a nationally respected branded owner, developer and manager of luxury apartment communities.