Commercial Construction Managers with green building expertise oversee project planning, scheduling, construction, and quality control for high-performance commercial construction projects.
A Commercial Construction Manager is responsible for planning, organizing and controlling every stage of a commercial construction project from pre-construction through completion. Construction Managers with green building expertise set themselves apart with extensive knowledge and experience related to green building design and energy efficiency technology. Some are LEED AP Certified with extensive experience in the LEED certification requirements and process. Commercial Construction Managers with green building expertise provide important oversite to ensure buildings are being constructed for high-performance with sustainable features. They also provide guidance and training to the entire construction crews on the design, construction, and operation of high-performance buildings.
Commercial Construction Managers handle all coordination between the client, subcontractors, suppliers, and the construction crews. They plan and implement procurement of all materials and services for the project and coordinate all construction activities and work schedules for subcontractors and vendors. They adhere to strict local and state building codes and confirm necessary requirements are being met for LEED certification. Construction Managers are responsible for ensuring the work site is safe and all necessary safety protocols are being followed. Construction Managers review all work modifications, cost reports, and invoices to ensure adherence to all schedules and budgets. Commercial Construction Managers make sure all project teams are working together with the sole objective of completing a project on time, within budget, and to necessary specifications and codes.