California - Direct Hire - Project Manager, Wet Pipeline

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Corona, CA
Project Manager,
Wet Pipeline

5+ years project management + wet utilities contractor experience; degree preferred

Direct Hire
Negotiable Salary

Job Duties:✨

- Acts as primary point of contact with the client for project coordination and communications.
- Reviews project deliverables to include drawings, calculations and specifics, and permit applications.
- Directs and plans project meetings, technical reviews and progress updates, both with client and internally.
- Responsible for the coordination of project(s) schedules, budgets, Gant charts and other project deliverables.
- Ability to successfully advocate for and forecast proper wet utility project resources (team, materials, time to completion, etc.)
- Understands large diameter storm drain constraints, crane requirements, and shield plus shoring techniques.
- Knowledgeable in PVC/SDR35, VCP, C-900, HDPE SD, RCP SD, and Iron Water Materials and Fittings.
- Understands open cut construction, basic shoring methods, detention basin jobsite requirements, and street work via job site visits.
- Ability to build positive relationships with clients, vendors, subcontractors, and internal/external teams.
- Ability to read and understand project specifications, soils reports, district and mobilization requirements.
- Can clearly communicate and draft bid revisions to clients, plus articulate change orders to interested parties (PM/GC/Project Owner).
- Understanding of prevailing wage projects and/or phases and can manage resources accordingly.


- 5+ years experience in project management with an emphasis in wet pipeline industry projects.
- Bachelor’s Degree in project management, engineering, technical, or construction preferred.
- Ability to read and understand Civil Plans and understand complex project deliverables via jobsite visit.
- Must have a valid CA Driver’s License and good driving record.

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