• Superintendent-Construction

    Location US-MD-Bethesda
    Posted Date 1 week ago(12/4/2018 3:32 PM)
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Construction - Management
    Company : Name Linked
    Donohoe Construction Company
  • Overview

    Donohoe Construction Company, a prominent and longstanding general contractor in the Washington, DC metro area, is seeking a highly motivated Superintendent to join our Base Building Construction team.


    About Us: The Donohoe Companies, Inc. has been providing service to the Washington metropolitan area for over 100 years and has grown into one of Washington's largest and most successful commercial real estate and construction companies.


    Donohoe Construction Company (DCC), founded in 1955, is now one of the largest general contractors in the Washington, DC area. This division has built over 1,000 projects across the spectrum of commercial, residential, institutional, and government buildings. 


    • Manage and coordinate all job site operations.
    • Manage Donohoe labor and subcontractors to ensure work quality and on-time delivery of services
    • Maintain positive relationship with Owners, Design Consultants, and PM's
    • Coordinate with local jurisdiction inspectors and utility company representatives to ensure compliance
    • Strictly enforce Donohoe’s Safety Program and manage the Quality Control Program
    • Prepare and maintain detailed short term schedules.
    • Manage accurate invoice payment process and financial management of the project costs.
    • Resolve day to day field issues
    • Prepare daily reports with all manpower and significant activities
    • Part of team responsible for jobs ranging between $40MM and $100MM


    • A Bachelors degree in construction (BSCE, BSCM, BSAE, etc) or a minimum of five years prior experience in a similar position
    • Strong leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills
    • Should possess construction related computer software skills for scheduling and project management



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