|Location||Death Valley, California|
|Date Posted||September 23, 2022|
Project Description: On October 18, 2015, Scottys Castle experienced a maximum probably flood event. The flood caused widespread damage in the complex and downstream. Infrastructure damage included loss of utility systems (electrical, water, and wastewater), roads and structural damage to the Garage/Long Shed/Bunkhouse, and Hacienda structures. This project provides new flood protection structures including dikes, berms, and paved ditches to divert flood waters away from the historic structures and visitor walkways at Scottys Castle. The primary flood protection structure, a 400-foot-long gabion (rock-filled wire baskets) dike east of the Stables in the main Grapevine Cannon Channel, shall be reconstructed under this project. Additionally, a combination of concrete waterways and protective berms shall be installed to carry storm flows through the historic structures. Daily Responsibilities: Maintain excellent relationships with clients, building occupants, architects/engineers, and contractors Manage and coordinate inspection staff Manage project schedule from inception to close out Lead project job-site meetings Review contractor work in place to ensure compliance with plans and specifications Review and approve of contractor monthly requisitions and invoices Efficient change order management and cost control Report on project issues and providing status updates Perform other duties as may be required. Required Qualifications (Experience, Education, Certifications, Clearances, etc.): Minimum of ten years of construction experience serving as a Construction Manager, Construction Management Representative, Owner's Representative or Construction Superintendent Experience on projects with high visibility, historic significance, and involving public visitation and park operations. Knowledge and experience working with federal Government Project Managers/CORs on project costs and budgets, processing change requests, requests for information, submittals, and field observation reports. Experience using construction management software (Procore, E-Builder, Prolog, Primavera, Expedition, ect.) to communicate construction progress and process documentation. Experience using MS Excel or related cost estimating software (RS Means Costworks, Sage Timberline, etc.) to develop Independent Cost Estimates for change order negotiations and ability to evaluate contractor provided construction CPM schedules, including logic and sequencing. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Architectural or Construction Management. Engineering in Training (EIT), Registered Profession Engineer (PE) or Certified Construction Manager (CCM) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-hour construction safety training. Familiarity with NPS policies and procedures.