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Senior Electrical Engineer

Job Type: Full-time

Location: Doraville, GA




The Project Manager provides overall direction for commercial projects and is responsible for customer interface, project scoping, estimating, scheduling, safety oversight, cost and progress monitoring, management and project reporting. Successful Project Managers are also able to develop a strong project team, including qualified superintendents and subcontractors for future projects.



Project Manager’s typical responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Ensure projects are completed in accordance with design, budget, and schedule.

  • Have strong conflict management and conflict resolution skills.

  • Professionally represent Benning Construction Company as the primary interface with Owners, Architects, and Engineers.

  • Employ strong problem solving and decision-making skills.

  • Apply ongoing analysis to projects and make adjustments as necessary.

  • Maintain professional objectivity on all projects.

  • Review all project purchase requisitions and change requests.

  • Maintain official project logs and documentation files.

  • Motivate, encourage, mentor, and train staff in a manner that results in high performance and general growth of Benning Construction Company.

  • Adhere to and promote Benning Construction Company’s Safety Program.

  • Perform additional assignments per company direction.

  • Possess knowledge of commercial construction from pre-construction phase through completion.

  • Site visits that require travel throughout the SE (AL, GA, FL, NC, SC, TN)

  • Ensuring that all documentation is completed in a timely manner and communicated with the proper parties throughout the project

  • Effectively communicate, organize and plan


  • Ability to build a schedule for all types of commercial building projects including retail, education, healthcare, office buildings, grocery, theater, interiors, etc. with a contract value over $10M

  • Ability to create a cost estimate broken down into man-hour/crew labor, material, and equipment for Civil, Structural, and Architectural systems and components

  • Knowledge of suitable contractors and suppliers for all types of projects

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or 10+ years in the commercial construction industry

  • Proficiency with computer programs (Microsoft Office Suite, Estimating software, etc.)

  • Degree in construction related field (Construction Management, Civil Engineering, etc.) or commensurate experience

  • Attention to detail


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