We are looking for a Construction Manager with HERITAGE EXPERIENCE, manage and coordinate construction activities as designated on the Manchester Town Hall project. This will involve the management of supply chain trades on site to achieve the high standards of safety and quality expected of both Lendlease and the client team on the project. You will take responsibility for all activities in the field of construction, including the day to day planning, supervision, direction and monitoring of operations and construction delivery.
The project works are broken down into clusters (Public Realm, External Envelope, Fit-out, Enabling and Structures and MEP). You will be responsible for the delivery of a cluster stream of works across the building or multiple clusters within a defined zone in the building. As the Town Hall is a grade 1 listed heritage building, the management and protection of heritage works and assets will be key to the successful delivery.
Essential skills and experience:
- Experience in a project or site engineering role
- Experience of leading/managing a team of construction managers/site managers.
- Extensive knowledge of operational safety systems
- Understanding of financial and commercial systems and knowledge of contractual relationships and contract law (desirable)
- Delegation communication and direction skills
- Experience of managing field construction activities on major/ complex projects minimum build value £100m
- Understanding of site management principles
- Experience in working on heritage projects especially on listed buildings is required.
- Experience in residential logistics planning and implementations – multi phase
- SMSTS – 5 days
Duties & accountabilities:
- Develop and encourage an Incident and Injury Free climate on site and in the supply chain and ensure that all health and safety obligations, process and procedures are allocated to and delivered by the construction operations team
- Supervise, direct and monitor day to day operations on site, ensuring that all contractors are coordinated and working effectively to the construction programme and detail and delivering the required quality
- Monitor the progress of construction works and amend the methodology in light of unforeseen circumstances to ensure that overall completion dates are safely met
- Develop a clear plan of action to ensure contractors’ adherence to the Environmental Management Plan and monitor performance
- Actively participate in all team meetings ensuring communication of changes affecting Safety, methodology or logistics
- Constantly review the build quality achieved with the team ensuring that the contract’s requirements in this regard are fully met
- Ensure buildability issues are considered and given appropriate priority at procurement stage
- Ensure accuracy of prelims regarding safety, logistical issues and the management of environmental risks
- Produce a schedule of all statutory authorities and manage the process of engagement and notifications as required
- Support the Project/Assistant Manager to establish and manage a series of meetings with all contractors to ensure that they are fully aware of the latest design information (instructions, Request for Information answers etc.)
- Responsible for pre-planning and development of the site safety strategy, including all aspects of logistics
- Responsibility for demonstrating leadership, effective team working and contributing to the development of colleagues on the project
- Develop delivery metrics for all key trades packages and, working with the construction management team, ensure that actual delivery outputs are measured and reported
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Lendlease is committed to being a diverse and inclusive employer of choice by engaging, enabling and empowering our people. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. Inclusion sets us all up for success and we particularly encourage applications from currently under-represented groups in our industry including those who self-identify as women, black, Asian, minority ethnic, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/ or disabled.