To take responsibility for a multi-phase development within the geographical area of the Division they are employed in and to oversee associated construction teams to provide a quality product efficiently, safely and professionally; within set budgets and agreed timescales to the Redrow standards. A Site Project Manager must be organised, focused, have good time management and relevant experience.
Reports to: Area Construction Manager. May also be required to deputise on occasion.
Responsible for: Site Managers, Assistant Site Managers and Trainee Site Assistants.
1. Health, Safety & Environment
- Comply with responsibilities as laid down in the Group’s Health, Safety & Environment Policy ‘Roles and Responsibilities’ and ensure compliance from the Site Manager, Assistant Site Manager, and Trainee Site Assistants
- Carry out monthly Area Construction Manager inspections via the iPad app
- Continuous monitoring of HS&E on the development
2. Project Planning
- Communicate the build programme to the Site Manager, Assistant Site Manager and Trainee Site Assistant and ensure they are producing a two-week programme
- Programme and manage any infrastructure or enabling works including those for future phases
- Identify critical path issues that could affect the development and put plans in place to reduce impact
- Ensure that the teams are aware of and meet build and legal completion dates
- Visit each phase frequently
- Monitor and inspect quality and presentation to ensure that the highest standards are being achieved and encourage continuous improvement
- Ensure that National House Building Council Key Stage Inspections are being carried out as required and monitor Reportable Items (RIs) and Builder Responsible Items (BRIs)
- Carry out monthly internal Construction Quality Reviews (CQR) and analyse NHBC CQR reports with the team
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