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Work with the Program Manager and Area Lead Construction Manager to provide the following:
• Work with the project team to develop overall project sourcing and execution strategy.
• Work with Area Lead Construction Manager to develop and execute sourcing plan & BVOA’s for project. Know and understand the sourcing plans for your projects.
• Participate in all Partner Selection Activities
• Assist with set-up and organize Project Kick-Offs & CDS Sessions as required.
• Work with Project Core Team to establish the agenda, goals and timing of sessions.
• Ensure that the development of the conceptual scope of work during the FEE (Front End Engineering) stage is fully supported.
• Work with construction vendors to document all base scope blocks during FEE that will be used as a basis for each vendors Target Value Estimate.
• Support project teams in optimizing projects by identifying and removing waste and adding value to the projects through Lean Construction practices.
• Work with the project team to develop a master schedule using the Last Planner System.
• Work closely with our customers as well as our engineering and construction partners to drive out high-quality, cost-effective designs that enable high value, low cost construction driving savings and shared profit for all.
• Review engineering documents, vendor information and final design EI packages as needed with the client, design engineers and others to provide constructability during all phases of the project.
• Coordinate with the appropriate trade partner supervisor to review, walk down and communicate the scope of work.
• Ensure that you fully understand the scope of work from initial conception to construction completion.
• Attend team meetings requiring your input. Examples include: Pre-bid meetings, Bid-award meetings, Project Daily Huddles, CDS’s, Project Weekly Execution Meetings, and Target Value Design Reviews
Project Cost Requirements:
• Work with Area Lead Construction Manager and the Program Manager determine the estimate structure requirements for your projects.
• Develop Cost Estimate:
• This may include working with trade partners to establish scope and associated costs.
• The cost of performing work item tasks should represent, as closely as possible, the scope of work to be performed as identified in Engineering Information and other supporting documents.
• Planners will validate all cost estimates to ensure all scope is represented, cost accounted for & grouping is accurate prior to it being considered final.
• All estimate line items will require supporting data, maintain files associated to cost estimates properly.
• Work with your Planning team in ensuring this validation process is completed for all applicable scopes.
• Participate in estimate reviews and provide construction input to each line item in the cost estimates.
• Ensure you are familiar with the final estimate that will provide the budget in the project tracker.
• Technically evaluate quotes and bids from trade partners and suppliers with Procurement, Project Controls, client PM/Tech and client Auditing personnel.
• All quotes must be validated back to the original cost
• Lead and support project teams in the identification of changes in scope or unexpected field conditions and ensuring proper change management is supported and followed.
• Document all scope changes on a change order prior to the work being performed.
• Coordinate with procurement/project controls to generate & complete an accurate Request for Action (RFA). The information should be provided to procurement/project controls in a timely manner.
• Get proper approval for all RFA’s and change orders prior to beginning work.
• Once work is completed, initiate closeout requests of all applicable S.O.V. lines / contracts.
• Understand & Participate in Last Planner scheduling.
• Work with the project team to develop the QA/QC (Quality Assurance/Quality Control) plan and verify on-going monitoring.
• Provide any applicable updates required for bi-weekly project reports.
• Support organization of the projects Win/Loss Metrics & ensure they are documented in Fluor’s O.C.S. (Operations Control System) with support from the assigned Project Program Manager or Area Lead Construction Manager.
• Stay informed of engineering documents, vendor information and final design deliverables as needed from the client, design engineers and construction during all phases of the project.
• During construction, the Area Lead Construction Manager is accountable to lead weekly execution meeting activities but may require support from Construction Planners as schedule or staffing needs require.
• Work with the project execution team to maintain accurate schedules using the Last Planner System.
• Participate in and Lead Daily Huddles as required.
• Once initiated the accountability to execute the Daily Huddles becomes the construction planner’s responsibility.
• Support the on-boarding of new hires on systems and required work within Fluor’s Site Programs.
• Support the site’s Innovation Culture in collaboration with all other functional site leads (IC&M/Procurement/Project Controls/Safety/Operations). This will include but not be limited to:
• Promote the gathering of Site Innovations so they may be documented and entered in Fluor’s O.C.S. and updated in the Sites On-going Innovation Report.
• Support driving our Innovation Culture in the field through observation / feedback programs with craft.
• Support any identified test pilots or methods associated with proposed field innovations.
Support Site Updates:
• Examples of these sessions could be but are not limited to: IC&M Trade Partner Steering Team, Site Construction Bootcamps, Client Leadership Program Reviews and Daily Risk Assessment Huddle
• Provide construction interface with plant personnel to develop downtimes and construction work areas.
• Promote the importance of safety. This will include but not be limited to:
• Complete one BOS form each week, at a minimum.
• Lead / Complete at minimum (1) Safety Assessment per month
• Coordinate with technicians and LCS safety to ensure all site-specific permits are thoroughly understood by trade partners and are being used and/or issued properly.
• Support project teams with the development of safety requirements with-in master project schedules
• Coordinate and schedule the timing for site orientations and on-boarding with LCS Safety when bringing new hires and/or contractors on site.
• Monitor the work in the field. Make frequent daily walks in the field to review, monitor, and evaluate the contractor’s progress, performance, quality, and compliance to the site safety rules, specific requirements, and procedures.
• Approve T&M timesheets. Verify that the work was performed that day and ensure contractors are using the correct WBS numbers. Timesheets used by all contractors are to be the Site Standard Timesheet or previously approved documents.
• Maintain a good set of project files and keep all documentation stored within the sites established document control process.
• Keep work area clean, neat and organized. Adhere to zone ownership rules.
• Adhere to site security policies.
• Adhere to site standards and policies.
• Other duties as assigned
Job ID: 142346BR
City: Bear River City
Country: United States
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