Construction Planner - Electrical
The Construction Planner is responsible for managing assigned projects within their designated discipline or may be assigned as a construction manager with responsibilities for multiple disciplines. Planner responsibilities include Safety, Cost, Quality, Schedule, Construction Execution, Construction Completion, Participation in Constructability and other Savings Programs.
- Track, monitor, and report costs for assigned subcontractor(s).
- Follow the Change Management System for approved Scope Changes.
- Ensure assigned subcontractor(s) have approved Work Orders/Purchase Orders/Change Orders prior to work starting.
- Ensure documentation is developed to support change orders.
- Provide or assist in providing data for project/monthly cost review requirements.
- Ensure subcontractor(s) quotes/pricing are based upon current/approved EI Packages (specifications and drawings)
- Ensure the quality of the work is maintained.
- Ensure proper quality inspections are in place including third party inspections, which may be required as well as contractor-executed inspections.
- Make routine inspections of the work as it progresses issuing appropriate non-conformance reports, notices of acceptance or rejection as necessary to document critical activities.
- Verify installations comply with the approved design documents, IWS principles, and applicable code requirements.
- Ensure local and all Code compliance inspections are completed.
- Develop or participate in the development of construction schedules for assigned projects.
- Ensure subcontractors provide schedules for their work with the appropriate level of detail.
- Actively manage assigned work to meet key milestone dates and planned system turnover dates.
- Coordinate execution of construction activities with other members of the Fluor Construction Team.
- Responsible for understanding the technical scope of the assigned project and having a thorough understanding of all contractual requirements.
- Assist with development and issue of the Project Construction Execution Plan in conjunction with the Project Plant Construction Agreement.
- Consistent with the Project Construction Execution Plan and Plant Construction Agreement, develop, implement, and update a sourcing plan with project management and procurement.
- Interpret design documents and make recommendation for changes, corrections, and alterations.
- With procurement, take a lead role to prepare Requisitions for Contract. Participate in the bid review, evaluation and make recommendation for award.
- Initiate and prepare field change requests (RCA’s), field instructions (FI’s) and any associated requests for information (RFI’s), and as built documents
- Expedite field purchases and owner purchased equipment as necessary to meet project requirements.
- Be the primary point of contact for logistics issues and needs of the subcontractor.
- Ensure communication flows as needed to the subcontractor in a timely manner.
- Routinely review work progress (several times/day) and maintain a presence in the field while construction activities are being executed
- Set up a system for invoice reviews with the subcontractor so that invoices can be reviewed, adjusted as agreed upon and submitted to meet timely payment to the subcontractor.
- Ensure alignment is agreed upon regarding on construction deliverables and system sequences through use of the Construction Completion Agreement Process.
- Ensure construction start up support role has been clearly identified and communicated.
- Ensure punch lists are developed prior to system turnover and items identified on the punch lists are completed on agreed-to timing.
- Assist in turnover of Construction systems and interface with the client Startup resources
- Participate in the site Constructability Program, pursue, and report cost and time saving techniques.
- Participate in engineering and design reviews, seek and suggest time and cost saving methods.
- Ensure assigned subcontractors add and display value by participating in cost savings activities.
- Active participant in the site safety program.
- Working knowledge of site safety program and policies.
To be Considered Candidates:
Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located and be able to interview on site.
Basic Job Requirements
- Accredited four (4) year degree or global equivalent in applicable field of study and eight (8) years of work-related experience or a combination of education and directly related experience equal to twelve (12) years if non-degreed; some locations may have additional or different qualifications in order to comply with local requirements
- Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and visitors
- Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job
- Ability to learn and apply knowledge of applicable local, state/province, and federal/national statutes and guidelines
- Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
Other Job Requirements
- Participate in Fluor University
- Construction Management degree or global equivalent
- Basic or intermediate computer and software skills to include the use of word processing and email as well as the basic or intermediate use of spreadsheets
- Preferred candidate should have construction experience in the city of Boston and understand the permitting process