|Job Title:||Construction Manager|
|Location:||Port Arthur, United States|
|Contact Name:||Daniel Fernandez|
|Job Published:||August 26, 2019 13:38|
The Construction Manager, Pipeline and Facilities, will report directly to the Project Management Team (Project Manager & Program Manager).
? Provide visible leadership presence with respect to safety of the project team, contractors, operations and Motiva’s neighbors, and the protection of assets and the environment.
? Ensure all work is performed safely and according to HSSE programs.
? Work closely with Operations Manager, HSSE Representatives, 3rd party operators, construction contractors and others to meet project objectives.
? Oversee and coordinate the construction planning, scoping, execution and completion of large crude oil pipeline and facility projects.
? Provide input to field staffing plan.
? Participate in the screening and selection of project inspectors and other field staff.
? Manage and assign day-to-day activities of the project inspectors and other field staff.
Assess competency levels and performance of project inspectors and other field staff.
? Regularly update local management and Field Operations management with respect to the progress of projects, potential problems and/or other concerns.
? Lead the Construction Turnover to Commissioning process, ensuring that Mechanical Completion Punch lists are developed, Initial Fill and Startup Plans are developed and approved, Pre-Startup Safety Reviews are Complete, etc.
? Participate in constructability and design reviews with the Project Team as well as PHA’s.
? Ensure all field activities are executed in accordance with contract specifications and requirements.
? Ensure compliance with all documentation procedures, maintenance of records, and preparation of the Project Turnover Manual and Records Management.
? Implement QA/QC plans for inspection and quality control of materials, construction, inspection and testing records, etc.
? Manage assignment and coordination of temporary workspaces, laydown areas, etc. to minimize disruption to local operations and to ensure efficient project execution.
? Minimize change orders and support Project MOC and RFI processes.
? Responsible for the thorough, timely completion and submission of daily field reports and construction records.
? Escalate schedule and budget risks to Project Management Team.
? On-site project focal point for government and regulatory agency personnel.
? Minimum 15 years of demonstrated experience in Construction Management.
? Extensive experience in the construction of pipelines, pump stations, tanks and facilities, including large diameter cross-county crude oil pipelines and large diameter storage tanks.
? Demonstrated experience communicating with and managing internal and external stakeholders.
? Demonstrated regard for damage prevention, including One-Call and excavation technique selection.
? Thorough knowledge of DOT regulations and industry codes, including DOT Part 195, API 1104, API 650, etc.
? Demonstrated experience managing Owner’s field construction staff, including inspectors.
? Thorough knowledge of pipeline and terminal construction methods and techniques, especially with construction in congested pipeline corridors as well as urban environment.
? Familiarity with construction and environmental permit provisions.
? Thorough knowledge of contracts, project specifications and drawings.
? Thorough understanding of corporate and industry practices, processes, standards, etc. and their impact on project activities vital.
? Knowledge of construction SWPPP and BMPs.
? Degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Project Management, Construction Management, or related field from an accredited university.
? API 1169 Training and/or Qualification
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