Posted: Sep 18th 2023
Sector: Multifamily Construction
$175,000 per annum + benefits
Quality Project Manager
We are seeking a Project Manager to provide quality partnership for the SLR Design Build Team to satisfy the project goals with regards
to Construction Administration and quality documentation thus ensuring a project that meets SLR expectations. The Quality Project
Manager will have multiple project responsibilities to the Design-Build (DB) team.
The Quality Project Manager responsibilities are realized in three primary themes: Construction Administrator, Quality
Assurance/Quality Control Manager, and Owner’s Representation. The key responsibilities of each of these themes and
1. Administering the Contract for Construction as noted in the Owner Architect Agreement:
a. Shop drawing reviews
b. Providing informal and formal Construction Document clarifications and responding to Requests For Information.
c. Developing and publishing Construction Document supplemental information.
d. Developing and publishing Proposal Requests when requested by the Owner
e. Conduct construction observations, documenting observations, and publishing observation reports.
f. Consultant management / leadership for both Architect’s consultants and Owner’s consultants during Construction
– consultant shop drawing, RFIs, ASIs, Observations, team facilitation, team management, and design professional
g. Record keeping – developing, maintaining records/logs of Substitutions, Modifications, and Clarifications. The
intent of these records is twofold: simply track the nature of these changes and progress of work, as well as to
assist with Detail Library, BIM Template, and In-Design project teams to benefit from execution examples of
applying, interpreting plans as opportunities for enhancements.
h. Record keeping – developing, maintaining records/logs of Construction Document issues and current plans. “As-
Designed” close out documentation assembly.
i. Financial reviews – review and approval of pay applications based on observations and notes. Review and approve
Change Orders based on observations and meeting notes with Owner.
j. Punch walks and Close-out documentation – substantial completion documentation (AIA G704).
k. Third-party specialty expertise observations and closeouts facilitation – brainstorming resolutions, contractor
coordination, consultant coordination, facilitating documentation, advising architect and owner on risks, ensuring
resolution documentation is complete and accurate for close-out. (Envelope, Accessibility, Noise Control, etc.)
2. Design/Documentation Quality Assurance and Quality Control Program Management
a. Based on construction observations and field notes, substitution logs, modification logs, clarifications logs, etc.
provide design/documentation feedback, drawing comments, etc. to the Design-Build team to future proof
repeatable mistakes from developing on next construction sites.
b. Utilizing the SCS Checklist for each documentation Milestone, review the drawings for sufficiency against all
Checklist items, noting compliance or deficiency. Document this opinion and publish checklist results to the team.
Support the design team with documentation enhancements to ensure compliance with all Checklist items.
c. Review all project documentation at each deliverable milestone – not just architecture documentation. Plan
reviews are intended to evaluate discipline coordination, scope identification, plan completeness, design
constructability, and best practices based on SLR formal/informal Standards, Industry Standards, Field lessons
learned, etc. Support the design team with documentation enhancements to ensure resolution of all plan review
d. Review project documentation at each phase milestone for adherence to the Owner’s Product
Requirements. Utilizing the Product Guidelines program document, publish an opinion of plan/spec compliance or
deficiency. Support the design team with documentation enhancements to ensure compliance with all Product
e. Assemble trade Coordination Drawings overlaying Architecture/ID, Mechanical, and Structural drawings as
necessary to validate coordination. Publish reports and mark-ups of deficiencies. Support the design team with
documentation enhancements to ensure trades are coordinated.
f. Checklist authoring and editing to ensure SCS checklists are consistent with SLR formal/informal Standards, field
failures, trade coordination assurance, scope identification, etc.
g. Resourcing for Design Build team members for Code Compliance, Construction databases,
Substitutions/Modifications Logs, Shop Drawings, Design Deficiencies/Failures Logs, Construction
Deficiencies/Failures Logs, Best Practices, Industry References, etc.
h. BIM Template and Detail Library program support. Utilizing field notes and modifications logs develop
Template/Library updates log for Program Administrator. Coordinate template/library updates with
Administrator, Architect, and Project Management team to ensure stakeholder support and implementation.
3. Operational Coordination on behalf of the Owner
a. Detailed furnishing coordination: rough-in coordination with furnishings (box walks, floor boxes, drapery rough-in,
structural hold points, decorative fixtures, etc.)
b. Low voltage detailed design-build coordination: Owner requirements confirmation, equipment selection, rough-in
coordination, equipment testing, operation, and management team training.
c. Site furnishing coordination: rough-in coordination with site furnishings (box walks, floor boxes, foundation
coordination, etc.), budget tracking, schedule and installation timing.
d. Signage coordination: facilitate commissioning signage design-build contract, facilitate detailed design of campus
signage (code required, way-finding, monumental, decorative), signage budget tracking, signage permitting &
planning and zoning approvals, rough-in coordination and structural coordination, budget tracking, schedule and
e. Property Sales and deal exiting with Warranty and Operations: facilitating responses to Buyer inspection reports,
facilitating construction records, peer reviews, and project history as necessary to support responses to Buyer
Inspections. Recording inspection comments to develop action plans for projects currently in design to address
topics across the design portfolio.
· Education: College degree within the Architecture, Engineering, Construction Science, or Construction Management
· Experience: 12+ years within the multifamily, mixed-use or hospitality industry with experience with both wood frame
construction and/or concrete construction.
· Possess strong communication and organizational skills.
· A team player who possesses a positive attitude, a strong work ethic, a high level of professionalism and who can handle
multiple project assignments and quickly/effectively solve problems.
· Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and multi-task.
· Proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, Bluebeam Revu,
· Proficiency in Revit is required.
· Proficiency in AutoCAD and sketching is required to facilitate needs for quick field clarifications and enhanced