Construction Sr. Estimator

Job Description   A Construction Sr. Estimator is responsible for gathering details and compiling data to estimate all production costs according to specifications.   Essential Job Functions   Analyses plans and specifications. Performs site visit(s) and meets with owners and designers if required. Prepares take-offs. Prepare budgetary estimates. Establishes means and methods of construction and performs engineering analyses to support means and methods Prepares costs analysis for certain or all portions of the projects. Solicits quotes from subcontractors and vendors Prepares constructionschedule and performs cash-flow analyses. Closes out bids and assists in preparation of supporting documentation. From time to time, visits projects and prepares costs analyses. Assist Area Manager in attracting new business through contacts/visits with potential owners and engineering companies. Assists cost control dept. with analysis of project cost data. Follows company and work site safety policies/procedures and commits to an "Incident and Injury Free" work environment   Supervisory Responsibilities   Directly supervises Staff Engineers. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include training employees, planning, assigning, directing work and appraising performance, disciplining employees, and addressing complaints and resolving problems.     Requirements   10+ years of experience in Heavy Civil Estimating Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering required Proficient in HCSS - Heavy Bid and Microsoft Office This position requires fluent use of the verbal and written English language     Physical Requirements   Ability to navigate project sites, which may include walking, climbing, bending  Ability to work in extreme hot and cold weather conditions   247
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Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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