The primary function of this position is to provide professional engineering assessment and project management for design and construction projects.
Providing assistance in the development of project scope, schedule and budget, for projects that are designed by contracted consultants.
Managing the architectural and engineering development of construction projects, campus facilities master plans, and facilities development studies.
Reviewing and approving final plans and specifications prepared by project consultants.
Identify, coordinate, and contract with additional consultants to support the project scope of work.
Coordinate and communicate with campus and community partners and stakeholders.
Maintain project cost and schedule information and continually monitor progress and status as the project design develops. Provide active direction to consultants and stakeholders to align deviations.
Initiate and facilitate bidding processes.
Evaluating and making recommendations in the selection, and contracting of project consultants, developing contractual documents for consulting services, and assessing completeness of contract requirements.
Providing professional support in the preparation of Board actions for construction projects, campus master plans, and facilities development studies.
Developing and maintaining University facility design standards.
Participate in construction phase activities as needed to support the construction manager colleague.
The successful candidate shall have a degree in building systems engineering field plus ten years or more of experience in design consulting or owners representative responsibilities regarding the design and construction field.
A professional or engineer’s license is preferred.
Experience working in the design or capital program management of higher education facilities.
Experience working in the design or capital program management health care facilities, primarily inpatient facilities.
Internal Number: 35109
About University of Missouri - Columbia
Planning, Design and Construction (PD&C) provides services to improve the physical environment in support of MU’s institutional mission and vision, managing all efforts in the design and construction of new structures, renovation and repair projects and infrastructure development.
Planning and Design provides MU with facility designs that optimize quality, timeliness and cost effectiveness. Project Management guides MU colleagues through the planning and design process and oversees the work of contracted architects and engineers. Design Services provides a cost-effective means of delivering a large number of small and medium sized projects.
Construction directs the physical implementation of facility designs. Construction Management leads the construction activities of private contractors and consultants during the construction phase of building, renovation and infrastructure projects. Construction Services provides services for repairing, renovating and expanding campus facilities.