Plumbing/HVAC Service Project Manager

Location Los Angeles
Discipline: Project Manager
Contact name: Eric Dickerson

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Job ref: 7799
Published: about 2 months ago
Job Title: Plumbing/HVAC Service/TI Project Manager

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Job Summary:

Join our team as a Commercial Plumbing/HVAC Assistant Project Manager, where you will play a vital role in the successful execution of projects in the dynamic Los Angeles market. Collaborate closely with the project management team, contributing to planning, estimating, and execution. We seek a detail-oriented, proactive professional with a strong background in commercial plumbing and HVAC, project management skills, and familiarity with industry software. If you are passionate about delivering quality projects and thrive in a collaborative environment, we invite you to apply and contribute to the continued success of our projects in Los Angeles.

  • Support the project management team in planning, coordinating, and executing commercial plumbing and HVAC projects.
  • Assist in estimating and preparing project bids for plumbing and HVAC installations.
  • Utilize BlueBeam, MS Project, and Procore software for accurate estimating, project scheduling, and document management.
  • Oversee service and tenant improvement (TI) projects, ensuring timely and quality delivery.
  • Maintain strong communication with clients, subcontractors, and internal teams.
  • Monitor project progress, identify potential issues, and implement corrective actions.
  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) or Construction Management.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in commercial plumbing and HVAC estimating and project management.
  • Familiarity with BlueBeam, MS Project, and Procore software.
  • Proven experience with service and tenant improvement (TI) commercial projects.
  • Strong project management and organizational skills.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities.
  • Stable work history with references.
Additional Skills (Preferred):
  • Professional Engineer (PE) license.
  • Knowledge of industry codes and regulations.
  • Experience with LEED and sustainable building practices.
  • Ability to adapt to changing project requirements and deadlines.