|Date Posted||September 19, 2022|
Location for this position is flexible with a preference to be based out of Indianapolis.
Due to Simon's existing and expanding portfolio of multi-family and hospitality development projects throughout the country, we are seeking to add a Director, Mixed-Use Construction to the Asset Intensification team. This individual will be accountable for the construction planning, organization, scheduling, budgeting, and execution of Simon developed mixed-use real estate investments.
Lead pre-construction efforts including site due diligence, constructability reviews, construction management plans, and project scheduling.
Lead conceptual estimating and value engineering efforts from concept to completion.
Manage the Architectural/Engineering design process from design development through permitted construction documents.
Coordinate final project design scope and construction documentation with various stakeholders.
Manage general contractor/construction manager contract bidding and negotiations.
Prepare, obtain approval of, and monitor actual construction budgets inclusive of owner furnished furniture, fixtures, and equipment
Provide timely and routine reporting on active projects with a focus on quality, budget, schedule, and risk management.
Perform routine project site visits.
Close out construction and final punch list items.
Coordinate operational turn-over to management, including training, final punch, warranty transfers, and close-out of any remaining open issues.
Provide owner's representation on all major capital expenditures for existing Multi-family and Hospitality assets.
Provide Simon oversight of co-development projects with other developers.
Performance of the duties of this position requires extensive knowledge of multi-family construction, and must be familiar with hospitality construction, including site work, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and architectural considerations, and other utilities and landscaping
Well-developed interpersonal skills are required; candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively with multiple internal disciplines
Extensive knowledge of construction budgeting and cost estimating are required; candidate will be expected to have a general understanding what current construction costs are based on the type of construction and location of each development and the ability to fine tune this assumption through market input
Proven supervisory skills are necessary
B.S. degree in Architecture, Engineering or Construction Management, or equivalent experience
7 or more years of multi-family construction management experience across multiple markets with familiarity of hospitality construction