Preconstruction Administrator

New Holland, PA, USA

Job Type

Full-Time

Overview

Off-site modular construction is the wave of the future, delivering schedule acceleration, budget certainty, least site impact, superior quality, and the greenest way to build.

For our Preconstruction Administrators, this means the opportunity for growth in an expanding market with long-term job security. It also means performing on the leading-edge of the construction industry, collaborating with forward-thinking owners and partners, pioneering new approaches, and pushing the industry forward.

You’ll work with a team that has won dozens of industry awards over 4 decades, including multiple Best of Show awards and the industry’s most prestigious honor—the Judges Choice Award—at the 2022 World of Modular Annual Convention & Tradeshow.

Great benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k), and paid vacation and holidays.

Duties & Responsibilities / Requirements

Preconstruction Administrator is responsible for the management, coordination, organization, timely submission, and data entry of necessary information needed for pre-qualifications, bids, prime contracts and special project items:

 

  • Support preconstruction team (Design, Purchasing, and Estimating) and perform as liaison between the Sales team, Estimating team and Director of Preconstruction.

  • Review, file and organize preconstruction documents 

  • Serve as leader of Building Connected (bidding platform), which includes soliciting vendor/subcontractor pricing & updating/organizing the database

  • Download, organize and maintain preconstruction files

  • Prepare and review all documents for signatures as well as assisting with updating bid schedule

  • Update and track bid schedule in Building Connected and Smartsheet; keep current lists of all projects currently in progress and completed projects over last 5 years

  • Request and supply required documentation for all Certificates of Insurance and ensure that we are up to date on all COIs for each project/customer

  • Work with the sales team to fill out and compile prequalification forms

  • Identify any applicable minority requirements and ensure that the project’s criteria are achieved

  • Confirm pre-qualification standards and ensure requirements are clearly documented and continuously updated as needed

  • The ability to understand and interpret project specifications and addenda to ensure estimators have current/updated specs

  • Ensure the completed bid forms are compliant with the given specifications

  • Perform evaluation of bid deadlines and certify timely submittal

 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

EDUCATION, TRAINING, CERTIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

 

  • Minimum 5 years or equivalent work experience in construction; experience in modular construction not required, but helpful

  • Good knowledge of Building Codes, Construction, Estimating and Materials

  • Able to visualize details of construction three-dimensionally

  • Decipher the specs and drawings of a bid

  • Skills in:

  • Blueprint reading

  • Bid spec comparison

  • Accuracy/attention to detail

  • Confidentiality

  • Teamwork abilities

  • Able to create, interpret, analyze and understand calculations at an elementary algebra level pertaining to estimating cost spreadsheets

  • Some financial background preferred but not required

  • Competent writer of business quotations, proposals and letters

  • High School diploma or GED with some College preferred 

  • PC proficiency in a Windows environment, experience with SmartSheets and Salesforce a plus

  • Valid driver’s license and able to travel to destinations within the USA and abroad

  • Proficient in reading, speaking, and understanding verbal and written English. Second language is a plus 

 

Standard hours are between 7AM and 3:30 PM, Mon-Fri

 

MODLOGIQ is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer (EEOE) and a Drug-Free Workplace

About MODLOGIQ

MODLOGIQ has been certified as a Great Place to Work® two years in a row! As a leader in off-site construction of modular buildings, we have experienced unprecedented growth and are looking for great people to help us continue to build the best workplace possible. Our unique SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION method is unique in the industry.

• We construct more sustainably, helping build a greener world with less waste and fewer greenhouse gasses
• We work more safely, thanks to our core values of Health and Safety and an environmentally-controlled workplace, which has led to a leading safety record demonstrated by the lowest possible EMR rating (Experience Modification Rate)
• We have more fun, enjoying holiday parties, company celebrations, friendly but fierce cornhole competitions, and more
• We give more generously, supporting Operation Triage, a unique organization that provides emergency advocacy and financial relief to disabled veterans, first responders, and active-duty service members based on greatest need.
• We reward more fully, with leading pay and benefits, weekly & monthly Core Award winners, and our annual Mike Burkhardt award.
• We work at the leading edge of innovation, partnering with globally-recognized firms like CBRE, Whiting-Turner and others to develop, build, and deliver game-changing projects.

The result? Dozens of industry awards and 40+ years of innovation and success. Please come join us!