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The Mechanical Project Superintendent has responsibility for the entire field operations for their respective trade. The Project Superintendent has the responsibility to work with and report to the Mechanical Project Manager and is responsible for implementing the the Field status of the Project, particularly with regard to Piping and Plumbing labor cost, schedule, quality, safety, and problem issues. The Mechanical Superintendent shall develop a positive relationship with all internal and external team members and provide mentorship and training to all General Foreman and craft workers. PRECONSTRUCTION: Assist the Mechanical Estimator in bidding opportunities and Preconstruction Services by performing constructability reviews, providing cost and scheduling input, labor estimate reviews, and pre-planning activities. Assist the Mechanical Project Manager and Mechanical Engineer in the development of the mechanical review documentation. Assist the General Foreman in development of work plans for each type of system and area in which work is to be completed. (For example. Domestic Water 1st Floor, Domestic Water 2nd Floor, Sanitary Drain 1st Floor, Sanitary Drain 2nd Floor, etc..) Work plans are to include all steps required to properly line out installation of the given materials and should take into account, schedule, safety, quality, and manpower requirements. Assist the Mechanical Project Manager in development of the Chart of Account items related to self-perform labor work activities. This ensures a useful and meaningful Labor Cost Productivity Report. Assist in the development of a detailed CPM Construction Schedule, paying attention to Piping and Plumbing self-perform work activities. Plan the way the job will be built and develop the Schedule accordingly. Maintain a thorough understanding of each Piping and Plumbing Subcontractor and Vendor Exhibit 1’s (the detailed scope of work). Work with the Project Superintendent to develop a site logistics plan as it pertains to the Piping and Plumbing laydown areas. Maintain a thorough understanding of the Contract Plans, Specifications, and Front-End documents. CONSTRUCTION: Manage McCarthy’s Piping and Plumbing labor force to achieve optimum performance and productivity. This demands pre-planning of self-performed labor activities to identify crew sizes and durations allowed within the estimated budget to accomplish the work. Regular, weekly monitoring of both “percent complete’ and “quantities completed during the week” using McCarthy’s Labor Cost and Productivity Report are the responsibility of the Mechanical Project Superintendent and will be used to gauge the effectiveness of the labor planning. Review and understand material budgets. Review Purchase Orders and gain a full understanding of where materials are to be purchased for the project. Work with the Mechanical Project Manager and/or Mechanical Engineer to keep a procurement log of all purchases made on the project. Review and understand equipment budgets and negotiate equipment rental rates to obtain best value and service consistent with established budgets. Coordinate all such rentals with the Mechanical Project Manager. Establish procedures for equipment maintenance and complete equipment usage and maintenance reports per McCarthy procedures. Constantly monitor Project costs (labor, materials, and equipment) and identify opportunities for improvement/savings and problem areas which may result in cost overruns. Review with Mechanical Project Manager and/or Project Manager possible solutions to correct or mitigate negative trends; promptly implement selected corrective actions. Develop and maintain a working relationship with local Authorities Having Jurisdiction. (Owners Representatives, City Inspectors, Architect/Engineer Contract Administrators). Institute pre-installation meetings with self-perform trades prior to commencement of any work. Ensure the self-perform staff has reviewed the work plan. Provide leadership and take an active role in development and implementation of the Site Specific Quality Plan (SSQP). Identify and encourage new methods and procedures to be implemented in the Field. Provide leadership and take an active role in the development and management of the Site Specific Safety Plan (SSSP). Institute and participate in Weekly Toolbox Safety Meetings and perform regular Job Site inspections. Review solutions to correct or mitigate unsafe conditions; promptly implement corrective actions. Thoroughly review all accidents and implement corrective actions to prevent recurrences. Document daily construction activities (i.e., Daily Logs, Time and Material Tickets, Subcontractor Backcharge Notices, etc.). Work with General Foreman to develop, issue and maintain short term 3-week Piping and Plumbing schedules and update weekly based upon actual job progress. Discuss scheduling needs and coordination requirements with the Subcontractors. Assist in monthly CPM schedule updates based upon actual job progress, including providing actual start and finish dates. Implement and track McCarthy’s New Employee Training (NET) for all new craft personnel. Coordinate, encourage and monitor the training of all self-perform staff members, and provide leadership to all employees. Assist the Mechanical Project Engineers in/during the shop drawing and submittal process. Point out items or areas which may need special attention and/or review. Work with the BIM department in the development throughout the modeling and coordination process. Review all shop drawings for code compliance, completeness, and inefficiencies prior to installation and/or release of materials. Along with the help of the General Foreman, maintain a set of as-built drawings and ensure they are kept current on a regular basis. Be familiar with Procore. Use Procore for daily logs, field inspections, and documentation. Comply with applicable EEO Programs and Affirmative Action Programs. Project a positive public and community image of McCarthy at all times.McCarthy Building Companies is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer regardless of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religious beliefs, marital status, genetic information, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law.