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Open Positions

Office Manager for Commercial Construction (Federal Government Specialization)
(Ft. Campbell, KY)

Job Description

As an Office Manager in federal government construction, you will play a crucial role in our operations, ensuring the efficient management of finances and administrative tasks. Your strong organizational and communication skills will contribute to our continued success. If you are driven, detail-oriented, and have a passion for construction, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.


  • Construction, Accounting, or Engineering related degree or five (5) years of comparable experience
  • Proficiency in BuilderTend and Quickbooks reporting (A/R and A/P aging, P&L, balance sheet, over/under billing, and WIP).
  • Capable of independently conducting all account reconciliations.
  • Experience in forecasting and job costing.
  • Exceptional organizational skills.
  • Familiarity with Dropbox and Adobe (preferred).
  • Comfortable in social environments.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Self-motivated and capable of working both independently and within a team.
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Highly driven and results-oriented.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: The salary offered depends on one’s level of experience.
Location: Ft. Campbell, KY

Construction Project Manager with Estimating Experience (Georgia and Kentucky)

Job Description

Are you a go-getter with a passion for precision and success? We have the perfect opportunity for you!  As an experienced Construction Project Manager, who estimates their own projects, you’re finally able to see your vision through the entire construction process…Scope of work => Proposal => Award => Closeout/Completion.  You’ll play a pivotal role in the overall operations and direction of a 10+ year old company that’s on the move. 

Your confidence and skill will shine as you lead a variety of project types (Building, Renovation, & Civil), project delivery methods (Design-Build, Design-Bid-Build), and clients (Local, State, and Federal Government).

A degree in a construction related area of study will give you an edge but is not required.  What is required, however, is that you are an industry professional who operates with the highest degree of integrity and character.  Your exceptional verbal and written presentation skills will come in handy as you impress architects, engineers, and clients alike. Embrace this exciting opportunity and join a team of other high achievers!

Typical & Essential Duties And Responsibilities

  • Keen eye for detail and strategic mindset in conducting pre-construction jobsite visits
  • Analytical prowess to develop precise (Gordian) cost estimates and material takeoffs based on plans, specs, or a detailed Scope of Work
  • Exceptional planning skills by preparing preliminary estimates and detailed itemized estimates, ensuring accurate project budgeting based on accurate reading of plans, specs, and contractual terms and conditions
  • Must develop strong relationships with subcontractors and vendors, enhancing collaboration and efficiency
  • Persuasive communication skills in creating and coordinating responses to RFP’s and RFQ’s
  • Negotiation prowess in organizing subcontractor quotations, ensuring alignment with contract documents, and issuing documented purchase orders
  • Capable of scheduling projects, tracking progress, identifying risks, and providing comprehensive documentation to onsite personnel
  • A solid understanding of general Government construction procedures and requirements is a must, Federal Government construction is a plus

Safety responsibilities

Your leadership and communication skills will be put to the test as you encourage your team of Superintendents, Subcontractors and Vendors to execute with the highest degree of safety.  You will reference our firm’s Safety Manual, along with OSHA regulations to ensure a safe and thriving work environment.

Skills, Knowledge, Qualifications & Experience

f you have a track record of success in DoD construction projects, particularly in building, renovation, roofing, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, civil and utilities construction, this is the perfect role for you. Familiarity with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1 Safety and Health Requirements is a big plus. We value advanced management or technical training, which showcases your commitment to growth and expertise. If you have verifiable experience as a Construction Project Manager and thrive in a dynamic, results-driven environment, we can’t wait to meet you! Join our team and let your ambition soar!

  • Microsoft Office Suite Certificates & Licenses
  • BuilderTrend experience a plus
  • Construction Scheduling Software a plus
  • Estimating/Takeoff Software a plus
  • Typing Skills (30 words / minute or better)

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: The salary offered depends on one’s level of experience.
Location: Georgia and Kentucky

Superintendent (Georgia and Kentucky)

Job Description

  • Follow the Project Managers’ project schedule and ensure we meet all project requirements as listed in the PM plans according to the scope of work represented.
  • Coordinate scheduling of subcontractors, inspectors, and clients to complete each project on time
  • Monitor work and materials to ensure quality control standards are met at various stages of the project
  • Ensure all safety requirements are met according to the state and federal guidelines
  • Communicate with the project manager and clients while supporting each subcontractor to execute his job duties effectively and efficiently
  • Perform inspections and schedule inspectors to meet the varying safety and compliance regulations of each job location
  • Maintain a written daily log of visitors, job actions performed, materials expended, and problems resolved on the job site.
  • Travel between multiple job sites and simultaneously manage workloads of individual projects
  • Identify and resolve problems and conflicts, organize meetings, and cooperate with team members in various roles as necessary.
  • Additional duties may be presented during the interview


  • Prior experience is mandatory; 5 years or more preferred
  • Commercial experience mandatory; Commercial Government preferred
  • Basic knowledge of software programs, such as Buildertrend, Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to write reports and professional correspondence to inspectors and clients
  • Good reading comprehension of technical documents, such as safety regulations, assembly, and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals
  • Excellent verbal communication skills, especially when addressing clients or official visitors to the website.
  • Keen eye to identify non-compliance with regulations or standards and ability to suggest solutions for deficiencies or problems.
  • Familiarity with the operation of office equipment, such as computers, copiers, and telephones
  • Ability to stand for several hours at a time and to walk in varying climate conditions and on uneven ground
  • Experience with managing demanding clients and offering creative solutions to meet commitments and requests
  • Capacity to physically lift up to 100 lbs

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: The salary offered depends on one’s level of experience.
Location: Georgia and Kentucky