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Director of Construction

at Regal Entertainment Group

Posted: 3/4/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: *67DF82AC0029F9AA
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Job Description

Requisition Number
19-0081

Post Date
1/10/2019

Title
Director of Construction

Status
Full Time

Location
CO Corporate

City
Denver

State
CO

Description
This position will be based out of Denver, CO and is responsible for overseeing all phases of new theatre construction, major renovation projects, and special projects on the U.S. West Coast, starting with plan check through Certificate of Occupancy, punch list, and one year inspection. Project valuation will be in the range of $10 million to $30 million.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Monitor all phases of new construction. (i.e. review executed contracts, lease construction matrix, of responsibility, and construction issued purchase orders, review value engineering proposals, conduct plan review in accordance with company approved standards, review bids, maintain budget and cost controls)
• Conduct site visits and complete a Regal site report including any deficiencies notes in the building plans, schedule, progress photos for distribution to all parties involved and have the superintendent sign report.
• Coordination of all FF&E installation of (seats, wall-covering, sound fold, front end installations), equipment deliveries, provide dates for FF&E installation through interface/coordination with Upfit on fit out schedules.
• Arrange construction meetings and site visits with contractors, landlords, Architects, Engineers, Vendors, or others as necessary.
• Update construction Supervisor and other REG departments as necessary on construction progress.
• Meet with fire marshals, governmental authorities, and landlord representatives throughout different phases of construction as necessary in conjunction with the contractor, Architect, or Landlord/Developer.
• Address Landlord issues as they pertain to ongoing construction as directed by VP/SVP of Construction.
• Follow up with the Architect and/or Engineer during the process of construction to assure the quality of workmanship and use of materials as is specified in the plans and specifications.
• Coordinate and review all schedules with general contractor and Landlord/Developer so that construction stays on schedule in accordance with Regal’s “What If” schedule. Offer assistance, if needed, to help General Contractor/LL understand Regal “What If” requirements.
• Review with the Architect and approve all pay applications for payment (sent to VP, then SVP) as well as all change orders.
• Responsible for calling the “What If” dates based on the contractors schedule, progress reports.
• Arrange with the Architect/Engineer and Landlord to create and distribute the “punch list” and participate in the “punch list’ walk through. No individual punch lists.
• Monitor completion of the “punch list” with the Architect/Engineer and LL as directed by the lease documents and VP/SVP of Construction.
• Ensure all close out documents are completed per contract documents (owner’s manual, O&M (Operation and Maintenance), As-builts, etc. Complete and delivered to the corporate office.
• Coordinate the turnover of the theatre to Operations and ensure all training on the building system has occurred.
• Work with Operations through the Grand Opening week activities.
• Follow up, coordinate and conduct a one-year warranty inspection on all assigned construction projects.
• Extensive travel will be required, a minimum of two weeks per month.
• Regular and consistent attendance.
• Valid driver’s license
• Must be a team player.



Requirements
Education/Experience:

A college degree (Construction Management, Business Management, or related field) with five years of verifiable field construction management, managing project valuations of 10M-30M, or an equivalent combination of education and experience and valuation management. Ability to effectively present information, review, comprehend, and make recommendations for improvement of architectural and engineering drawings. Thorough working knowledge of construction documents (AIA, PDF, Microsoft Project Schedule etc..).

Language Ability:

Possess good public speaking, and creative writing skills. Listen effectively, respond clearly and directly, prepare clear and concise written reports or records and explain information to others. Interface effectively with architects/contractors/city officials, the public, and co-workers, and exhibit sensitivity to feelings of others.

Math Ability:

Perform calculations with speed and accuracy, and identify and correct errors. Must be proficient when working with measurements including fractions. Must be able to do math calculations needed for performing material quantity take offs and estimating.

Reasoning Ability:

Identify problems, gather relevant data, and note possible causes of problems. Evaluate relevant information, recognize alternatives, and reach conclusions based on evidence. Take action beyond what is necessarily called for, and perform tasks with a minimal amount of supervision. Perform under pressure and/or opposition. Establish goals, budget time, and set priorities to achieve desired objectives.

Computer Skills:

Microsoft Word, Project, Excel & Access, Spreadsheets, Database software scheduling programs.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level in the environment is moderate.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit and use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and talk or hear. The vision requirements include: close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. The employee is occasionally required to lift up to 40 pounds.

The employee must be able to perform inspections from heights in excess of 40 feet through the use of various vertical transportation methods such as ladders, lifts, and scaffold