A Construction Project Manager is an organised and efficient individual who will take charge of construction projects, right from the ideation stage to delivery. They will negotiate on purchases for the project, decide on where and which materials to use for the project and ensure that legal regulations are met when the project is underway.
Essential parts of a Construction Project Manager’s job description:
- Construction Project Managers will work closely with almost every member of the construction team. This includes being in touch with Welders, Electricians, and Labourers to ensure that the project is on the right track and everyone has what they need to continue with their work.
- They will also work with outside stakeholders to negotiate prices, delivery times, and planning permission for big construction projects.
- Construction Project Managers will be masters of adaptability, and they’ll be able to quickly change plans or solve problems as they arrive.
- Typical employers include construction companies, housing companies, and factories.
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