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Construction Manager (Atlus, OK)

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The Construction Manager will perform duties and assist with project workload needs. The Contractor shall provide assistance to Reclamation personnel during the construction phase of the contract, through the completion of construction. The Contractor will provide support to the project Field Engineer (FE).

The following tasks shall be performed:

Review modifications including construction plans, specifications, quantity estimates, and government construction schedules during the construction process and check for compliance with Reclamation engineering standards and procedures. Comments shall be provided in writing to Reclamation’s CCOR.
Assist the CCOR related to construction, including contractor submittal review, drafting response letters, weekly and monthly reports, and the final construction report.
Attend meetings to discuss construction related problems and document attendance. Provide meeting notes and document action items for Reclamation’s CCOR.
Construction Coordination Meetings: These meetings generally occur internally every week and with Reclamation’s Technical Service Center (TSC) for approximately 1 hour each throughout the duration of construction to review construction contract progress and identify any problems or issues that may impede contract performance.
Construction Problem Resolution Meetings: During construction, it is anticipated that problems will occur that require the Contractor to participate in ad hoc construction problem resolution meetings to provide assistance in resolving the construction problems.
Contractor Safety Meetings: During construction, various safety meetings are held on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. The Contractor shall attend safety meetings and provide assistance with safety concerns.
The Contractor will assist Reclamation field staff regarding quality assurance, quality control, and safety measures for ensuring construction is performed in accordance with contract specifications, drawings, the CC’s safety and health plan, and the Reclamation Safety and Health Standards (RSHS).
The Contractor will provide assistance to the FE regarding daily inspection reports; safety issues identified; and labor, material and equipment utilized and report significant discussions held with CC personnel regarding contractual issues or safety concerns.
Contractor shall immediately notify the CCOR and FE, followed with a written report submitted to the FE within 4 business hours, if it is determined the work performed is not in compliance with the specifications and drawings for the project. Contractor shall immediately notify the CCOR and FE, followed with a written report submitted to the FE within 4 business hours, if it is determined the work performed is not in compliance with the specifications and drawings for the project.
Review technical documentation and reports provided to the CC by Reclamation.
Report potential construction problems and provide assistance to the CCOR and FE to avoid contract delays.
Provide assistance to the CCOR and FE on resolutions for issues and questions resulting from inspection, quality control, material testing, safety, and technical consideration of contractor operations, methods, procedures, operated equipment, etc.
Provide assistance to the CCOR and FE regarding the CC technical documentation and correspondence.
Review CC’s schedules and construction summary and voucher to verify and confirm work progress to the CCOR and FE. The Contractor shall report any discrepancies to the CCOR and FE.
The Contractor shall provide assistance to the CCOR and FE regarding updates and questions about construction activities from project stakeholders, meeting coordination, outreach or notifications.
The Contractor will conform to the delegation of authority letter. The principal components of the CC’s construction work include:
Cut off existing piezometers and protect during construction.
Reestablish piezometers following construction of the cement-bentonite slurry cut-off wall.
Grade gravel surfacing on crest of dikes to be used as a work pad.
Excavate rockfill off downstream face of dikes and place as a berm at the toe of the dike.
Excavate cutoff wall trench through embankment and soil foundation materials into shale bedrock.
Continuously fill cutoff wall trench with cement-bentonite slurry to support excavation and to cure into a cutoff for foundation seepage.
Place spoils from excavation of cutoff trench on downstream face of dikes to be held in place by rockfill stockpile.
Remove upper 6 inches of cutoff wall, place and compact impervious material over cutoff wall.
Shape and contour hardened cutoff wall excavation spoils up the face of dikes.
Place stockpiled rockfill over cutoff wall excavation spoils on downstream face of dikes.
Regrade existing gravel surface as a base for the new gravel surfacing at the crest of the dikes and contaminated portions of access roads.
Place new gravel surfacing at locations where it was regraded.
Review technical documentation and reports provided to the CC by Reclamation.
Report potential construction problems and provide assistance to the CCOR and FE to avoid contract delays.
Provide assistance to the CCOR and FE on resolutions for issues and questions resulting from inspection, quality control, material testing, safety, and technical consideration of contractor operations, methods, procedures, operated equipment, etc.
Provide assistance to the CCOR and FE regarding the CC technical documentation and correspondence.
Review CC’s schedules and construction summary and voucher to verify and confirm work progress to the CCOR and FE. The Contractor shall report any discrepancies to the CCOR and FE. The Contractor shall provide assistance to the CCOR and FE regarding updates and questions about construction activities from project stakeholders, meeting coordination, outreach, or notifications.
The Contractor will conform to the delegation of authority letter. The principal components of the CC’s construction work include:
Cut off existing piezometers and protect during construction. Reestablish piezometers following construction of the cement-bentonite slurry cut-off wall.
Grade gravel surfacing on crest of dikes to be used as a work pad.
Excavate rockfill off downstream face of dikes and place as a berm at the toe of the dike.
Excavate cutoff wall trench through embankment and soil foundation materials into shale bedrock.
Continuously fill cutoff wall trench with cement-bentonite slurry to support excavation and to cure into a cutoff for foundation seepage.
Place spoils from excavation of cutoff trench on downstream face of dikes to be held in place by rockfill stockpile.
Remove upper 6 inches of cutoff wall, place and compact impervious material over cutoff wall.
Shape and contour hardened cutoff wall excavation spoils up the face of dikes.
Place stockpiled rockfill over cutoff wall excavation spoils on downstream face of the dikes.
Regrade existing gravel surface as a base for the new gravel surfacing at the crest of the dikes and contaminated portions of access roads.
Place new gravel surfacing at locations where it was regraded.
QUALIFICATIONS:

The Contractor must demonstrate extensive contract management and construction inspection experience totaling a minimum 7 years including relevant experience with water conveyance structures. The Contractor is also required to possess the mental and physical ability to work the required hours in ambient weather conditions and mobilize around the construction site, including climbing up to an approximately 40 vertical feet of ladder. In addition, the Contractor must be able to demonstrate relevant experience in the following areas within the last 5 years:

Experience in the inspection of earthen structures, embankment removal and construction, and slurry cutoff wall installation.
Skill at a professional level reading and interpreting engineering specifications, drawings, and contract documents.
Experience reviewing construction schedules.
Experience reviewing CC submittals related to haul and borrow plans, construction schedules and work plans.
Experience overseeing quality control materials testing for concrete and embankment structures.
Knowledge of engineering concepts, principles, and practices with in-depth experience
and knowledge of construction industry standards demonstrated by the ability to plan, manage, and monitor construction inspection activities and to identify and resolve complex and interrelated construction problems and issues.


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