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Chef estimateur (GLT+ inc.) Longueuil, QC

GLT+ inc.

Profil de l'entreprise

Depuis plus de 28 ans, GLT+ inc. offre un accès unique à un ensemble d’experts-conseils en construction et en immobilier. Comptant plus de 60 employés motivés et polyvalents qui œuvrent dans un climat de confiance propice à la performance, GLT+ bénéficie d’un environnement de travail convivial. Les salaires et avantages sociaux y sont très compétitifs. La formation continue et le développement professionnel sont une priorité.

Titre du poste

Chef estimateur

Lieu de travail

Longueuil, QC

Description

GLT+ est à la recherche d’un chef estimateur pour le service d’Économie de la construction et Estimation ayant une expertise en électromécanique ainsi qu’une connaissance en architecture et structure du bâtiment.

Sous le directeur du service, le chef estimateur est un expert, responsable de l’estimation du contrôle qualité des livrables et le lien avec les chargés de projets et les coordonnateurs BIM. Le candidat idéal devra être en mesure de gérer et d’encadrer l’équipe d’estimation ainsi que de valider les documents et livrables aux clients tant internes qu’externes. Il veille à l’exécution des estimations, assume la gestion des livrables et de l’échéancier, évalue de façon périodique et systématique l’avancement des activités d’estimation en termes techniques et en qualité tout en respectant les modes de présentation normés tels que Uniformat, MasterFormat et OmmiClass.

Rôles et responsabilités

  • Établir le plan d’action des livrables mensuellement et en faire une projection du carnet de commandes.
  • Traiter l’information technique pour assister le directeur dans ses fonctions.
  • Préparer des revues de soumissions et assurer la conformité des documents d’estimation transmis au client.
  • Préparer et valider l’estimation des coûts sur les travaux des différentes spécialisés.
  • Coordonner les divers intervenants.
  • Préparer l’estimation de coûts sur les travaux conceptuels, de conception-construction et des appels d’offres.
  • Vérifier les spécifications des appels d’offres et des plans et devis afin de déterminer l’étendue des travaux ainsi que les détails des estimations.
  • Effectuer les relevés de quantités préliminaires et détaillés des plans et des spécifications.
  • Préparer les documents et les bordereaux pour les appels d’offres construction.
  • Analyser les appels d’offres des sous-traitants et faire des recommandations.
  • Analyser les options de conception et recommander les meilleures solutions basées sur le coût, la qualité technique ou la disponibilité des matériaux.
  • Préparer et fermer les dossiers d’estimation pour le transfert au chargé de projets.

Aptitudes et compétences

  • Fortes aptitudes mathématiques et bonnes connaissances des normes de l’industrie, des codes de bâtiments, des réglementations municipales et des matériaux de construction.
  • Connaissances des prix unitaires du marché.
  • Fortes aptitudes informatiques et maîtrise du tableur Excel.
  • Excellente compétence en gestion et mobilisation d’équipe, en gestion du temps et des priorités.
  • Excellentes aptitudes interpersonnelles et de communication.
  • Excellente capacité d'analyse, être ordonné et avoir une bonne capacité à travailler sous pression.
  • Capacité à travailler avec un minimum de supervision et en équipe.
  • Le bilinguisme (français, anglais) est souhaitable.

Éducation et expérience

  • Détenteur d’un diplôme collégial ou universitaire ou expérience équivalente.
  • Certification à titre d’estimateur certifié ou économiste en construction agréé (un atout)
  • Un minimum de plus de 10 ans d’expérience en estimation.

Information complémentaire

Horaire de travail : 7h45 à 17h du lundi au jeudi et de 7h45 à 12h le vendredi.

Éligible au programme d’assurances collectives et de fonds de pension.

Comment postuler sur ce poste

Veuillez indiquer le titre du poste et faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae par courriel à emploi@glt.ca.

GLT+ inc. remercie tous les candidats et les candidates qui postuleront. Seules les personnes sélectionnées pour une entrevue seront contactées. La diversité est une valeur fondamentale dans notre entreprise. Le masculin est utilisé dans le seul but d’alléger le texte. Nous souscrivons au principe d'équité en emploi et offrons des chances d'emploi égales à tous et à toutes.


Release Date: 2018-10-24 | Expiry Date: 2019-01-22

Estimateur en construction / Acheteur (Première Design-Construction Inc.) Laval, QC

Première Design-Construction Inc.

Profil de l'entreprise

PREMIERE DESIGN-CONSTRUCTION INC. est un entrepreneur général qui réalise des projets industriels selon la formule "Design-Build".

PREMIERE n'intervient que sur invitation et est partenaire de plusieurs entreprises manufacturières, pharmaceutiques, alimentaires et aéronautique, désireuses d'obtenir des clés-en-main offrant un rapport qualité/prix optimal.

Titre du poste

Estimateur en construction / Acheteur

Lieu de travail

4141, Autoroute 440 Ouest, Suite 104, Laval, QC

Description

Sous la responsabilité du vice-président, vous serez appelé à préparer des estimations budgétaires et forfaitaires pour des projets industriels en Design-Construction et à octroyer les sous-contrats des projets obtenus.

Rôles et responsabilités

Vos principales responsabilités seront les suivantes:

  • Préparer des listes exhaustives de travaux à effectuer pour chaque spécialité;
  • Élaborer les détails de construction en collaboration avec les professionnels;
  • Faire les invitations à soumissionner aux sous-traitants et répondre à leurs questions pour obtenir plusieurs soumissions complètes pour chaque spécialité;
  • Préparer les échéanciers préliminaires avec MS Project;
  • Fermer la soumission en compagnie de la direction en ayant en main toutes les informations pertinentes;
  • Négociation et achat des sous-contrats selon les priorités établies en fonction des délais de livraison;
  • Aller en appel d’offres pour chaque spécialité;
  • Préparer les listes de travaux et négocier les sous-contrats;
  • Assister les gérants de projet en cours de réalisation pour obtenir les prix de changements demandés par le client.

Aptitudes et compétences

  • Excellente connaissance d'Excel et de la suite Office
  • Bonne connaissance du logiciel MS Project
  • Anglais intermédiaire
  • Organisé, autonome, efficace et précis

Éducation et expérience

  • Diplômé en techniques de l'architecture ou de génie civil (DEC)
  • Expérience pertinente d'au moins 5 ans

Comment postuler sur ce poste

Vous possédez les compétences requises et ce poste vous intéresse ?

Veuillez transmettre votre curriculum vitae à: saube@premieredc.com.


Release Date: 2018-10-23 | Expiry Date: 2019-01-21

Estimator (Wright Construction Western) Saskatoon, SK

Wright Construction Western Inc.

Company Profile:

Wright Construction Western Inc. has been operating in Saskatchewan since 1905 with projects ranging from British Columbia to Ontario. We represent the longest operating construction company in the Province of Saskatchewan and in the City of Saskatoon. Wright Construction performs General Contracting, Design Build, Public-Private-Partnerships (P3s) and Construction Management services. Wright excels in a variety of commercial, institutional, mixed use and industrial environments. Each year we complete hundreds of thousands of square feet of retail space for various developers and retail chains. In addition to this, Wright Construction has maintained a strong industrial division and have built the majority of Pre-Engineered Butler Buildings in and around Saskatoon and Saskatchewan. Our commitment to process and technology allows Wright Construction to adapt to ever changing markets. We strive to keep our personnel equipped with the latest technology and training, so we can keep our clients up to date on the status of their project. Wright Construction Western Inc. represents an appropriate mix of modern construction techniques and innovation combined with the more traditional values of respect for the client and superior workmanship.

Position Title:

Estimator

Work Location:

Saskatoon, SK

Overview / Job Summary:

  • Prepares and/or coordinates preparation of estimates.
  • Identifies both the inherent risk and revenue opportunities.
  • Solicits pricing from subcontractors and is involved in closing the tender.
  • This position may mentor members of the estimating team.
  • This position may be required to work outside of traditional hours if a tender is closing.
  • This position reports to the Chief Estimator.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Conducts a detailed analysis of subtrade quotes received.
  • Conducts a detailed analysis of the contract documents and specifications, to determine overall project requirements (bonding, insurance, etc) and identify any associated risk factors, including the monitoring of published addenda's that may alter the original scope of the project.
  • Completes full quantity take-off of all labour, equipment, and materials required to complete the project as per contract specifications to ensure accuracy of pricing.
  • Establishes a critical path schedule on the estimated milestones progress dates and completion timelines to meet the contract completion dates.
  • Solicits pricing from subcontractors and suppliers for labour, equipment, and materials, to ascertain the lowest price while meeting Wright's safety and quality standards.
  • Complete final cost estimate of a project using Wright's software system, incorporating all labour, equipment, and material data, pricing documentation, overhead and profit margins, and produces a final tender submission for review and approval of the final tender documents for submission to the client.
  • Assists in the preparation of the final tender documents for submission to client on behalf of Wright to meet contract deadline submission requirements.
  • Complete mark user bid on tendered projects to maintain and grow subtrade database.
  • Follow up with consultants and owners on submitted bids.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Customer Focus – is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers; gets first-hand customer information and uses it for improvements in products and services; acts with customers in mind; establishes and maintains effective relationships with customers and gains their trust and respect.
  • Timely decision making – Makes decisions in a timely manner, sometimes with incomplete information and under tight deadlines and pressure; able to make a quick decision.
  • Ethics and Values – Adheres to an appropriate (for the setting) and effective set of core values and beliefs during both good times and bad; acts in line with those values; rewards the right values and disapproves of others; practices what he preaches.
  • Functional/technical skills – Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills to do the job at a high level of accomplishment.
  • Planning – accurately scopes out length and difficulty of tasks and projects; sets objectives and goals; breaks down work into the process steps; develops schedules and task/people assignments; anticipates and adjusts for problems and roadblocks; measures performance against goals; evaluates results.
  • Problem solving – uses rigorous logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions; probes all fruitful sources for answers; can see hidden problems; is excellent at honest analysis; looks beyond the obvious and doesn’t stop at the first answers.
  • Drive for Results – can be counted on to exceed goals successfully; is constantly and consistently one of the top performers; very bottom-line oriented; steadfastly pushes self and others for results.
  • Time Management – uses time effectively and efficiently; values time; concentrates efforts on the more important priorities; gets more done in less time than others; can attend to a broader range of activities.

Education and Experience:

  • Architectural and Building Technology Diploma, Engineering Degree or equivalent combination of technical training plus experience.
  • 5-10 years of prior estimating experience on commercial, infrastructure, and design-build projects.
  • Familiar with how to read and interpret construction documents (ie. Architectural and structural drawings and specifications).
  • Ability to calculate mathematical extensions, read and understand purchase orders, contracts, cost coding systems is essential.
  • Intermediate knowledge of key principles involved in bid preparation, including quantity take off procedures, sub-trade procurement, pricing, and bid-closing procedures.
  • Strong written and verbal communications and interpersonal skills required.
  • Knowledgeable with Microsoft Office.
  • Knowledgeable with Project Software.

How to Apply for This Position:

Interested applicants should send the following to carleenf@wrightconstruction.ca

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Wage Expectations

Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


Release Date: 2018-12-13 | Expiry Date: 2019-03-13

Senior and Intermediate Cost Consultants and Quantity Surveyors/Project Consultants (BTY Group) Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary

BTY Group

Company Profile

We provide independent advisory services to public and private sector clients on property, infrastructure and energy projects worldwide. Since our inception over 40 years ago, BTY has grown into a global organization that specializes in supporting developers and owners plan, build and maintain major capital projects and infrastructure around the world. Well positioned in the fastest growing economies in North America, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, we are renowned for our ability to work across borders to provide project management, cost and risk management, and technical due diligence for both traditional and Public-Private Partnership (PPP) procurement models. Our professionals are construction and project finance experts who are leaders in their markets and trusted advisors to our clients.

Position Title

Senior and Intermediate Cost Consultants and Quantity Surveyors/Project Consultants

Work Location

Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary

Job Summary

  • You will spend one-on-one time learning from BTY’s Partners, Directors and Service Line Experts who will work with you to develop outstanding long-term relationships with clients and industry partners;
  • We bring you to the decision-making table from the start and listen to your point of view when we’re going after some of the most exciting projects worldwide;
  • We foster a collaborative culture that develops inspiring, well-rounded leaders with technical and business expertise from diverse backgrounds;
  • Your growth will never be limited to just your “backyard”. If you are excited by opportunities, learning new service lines or making your mark in a new market – you need to be part of the BTY team; and
  • We think it’s important to truly enjoy where you work and enjoy the people you work with. Our Culture brings the right balance of great work ethic, social time and respecting your time.

Roles and Responsibilities

Cost Consultants:

  • Quantification of materials using BTY’s measurement software to prepare cost estimates in accordance with the CIQS Rules of Measurement
  • Understands unit rates, general conditions and pricing estimates
  • Prepare front-end cost reports to support cost estimates
  • Provide pro-active cost management advise and ensure the Clients understand the content of our reports
  • Networks regularily promoting the business, cross-selling and building new contacts and enhancing client relationships
  • Attend periodic site inspections
  • Preparation of estimates in accordance with the CIQS elemental format and, where required, divisional trade format
  • Preparation of estimates at various stages of the design process, from conceptual design to pre-tender stage
  • Assessment and analysis of any cost variances between estimate stages
  • Preparation of change order review analysis and life cycle cost estimates
  • Assessment of cost-to-complete and work-in-place for construction work during periodic site visits

Quantity Surveyors/Project Consultants:

  • Prepare and submit invoices, claims for progress payments and valuation of changes
  • Establish spatial analysis for a sector of buildings
  • Prepare budget reviews through detailed analysis of Development proposals and build up budget,
  • Be aware of market intelligence and market rates for construction as well as different procurement routes and contracts in the market place
  • Understand specialist consultant reports and impact on development proposals
  • Preparation of Claim Reports for loan drawdown – valuation of Developers progress claims, processing of application payments, certificates, WCB and statutory declarations, analysis of progress and recommendation
  • Networks regularly promoting the business, cross-selling and building new contacts and enhancing client relationships; resolves issues promptly

Skills and Competencies

  • Understanding of the construction industry - development, contracting, estimating and consultant services;
  • Strong analytical and interpersonal skills combined with sound judgement and initiative;
  • Ability to lead, motivate and build strong relationships across all team members and levels;
  • Excellent communication skills – verbal, written and presentation;
  • Passion for business development and managing client relationships; and
  • A combination of experience and education will be considered

Education and Experience

  • 10+ years of relevant industry experience;
  • Professionally qualified: PQS, MRICS, LEED, P.Eng or working towards professional designation
  • University degree or equivalent in Architectural and Building Technology, Construction Estimating, Civil, Mechanical, Construction Project Management or Quantity Surveying

How to Apply for This Position


Release Date: 2018-11-08 | Expiry Date: 2019-02-07

Senior and Intermediate Oil & Gas/Heavy Industrial – Civil, Mechanical, E&I Estimators, Cost Consultants and Quantity Surveyors (Capital Costing Services) Edmonton, Calgary

Capital Costing Services

Company Profile

We are a growing Alberta based Professional Quantity Surveying and Construction Cost Consulting Firm that has been providing valued services, leadership and project guidance in the Private & Public construction market since 2009.

Our teams have unique skill sets and specialized experiences that allow us to offer targeted bespoke business challenges and project delivery solutions across multiple sectors and industries.

Project types include; Infrastructure, Utilities, Institutional, Resource, Mining, Oil, Gas, Commercial, Light Industrial, Heavy Industrial, Processing, Renewable & Non-Renewable Power Generation.

Our processes and services focus on providing expert advice and support through Planning, Project Governance & Due-Diligence, Project Services, Dispute & Claims Management.

Position Title

Senior and Intermediate Oil & Gas/Heavy Industrial – Civil, Mechanical, E&I Estimators, Cost Consultants and Quantity Surveyors

Work Location

Edmonton, Calgary

Overview / Job Summary

This assignment involves varying levels of engagement between design review and construction execution stages, including; MTO validations, quantity take-offs, data and project cost analysis, quantity reconciliations, review and reconciliation of procurement records and physical progress reports and preparation of project final account.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Forensic Audits;
  • Cost Estimating & Cost Planning;
  • Cost Control & Analysis;
  • Project Progress Payment Certification;
  • Change Management & Project Variation Analysis;
  • Design & Cost Studies;
  • Risk Analysis & Contingency Estimates;
  • Project & Construction Management;
  • Project Scheduling & Resource Management;
  • Construction & Project Cash Flows;
  • Quantity Take-offs & Validations of Bills of Quantities (BoQs) and/or Material Take-offs (MTOs);
  • Variation Assessments;
  • Contract Selection and Formation;
  • Tender Review and Contractor Selection Recommendation;
  • Contract Management & Administration;
  • Report Writing.

Skills and Competencies

  • Strong and thorough understanding of the Oil & Gas / Heavy Industrial Construction Industry - development, contracting, estimating and consultant services;
  • Must have previous Oil & Gas Facility experience with a strong understanding of fabrication, module assembly and site construction operations and concepts;
  • Fully self-sufficient within their applicable field/discipline of experience;
  • Will be required to interpret all necessary design and construction project deliverables as it relates to Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Management scopes of work/services;
  • Strong analytical and interpersonal skills combined with sound judgement and initiative;
  • Ability to lead, motivate and build strong relationships across all team members and levels;
  • Excellent communication skills – verbal, written and presentation;
  • Passion for business development and managing client relationships; and
  • A combination of experience and education will be considered.

Education and Experience

  • 10+ years of relevant industry experience;
  • Professionally qualified: PQS, MRICS, P.Eng, CEC or working towards professional designation;
  • University degree, college diploma or equivalent in Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Structural or Industrial Engineering, Construction Estimating, Construction Project Management or Quantity Surveying.

How to Apply for This Position

Email CV to: info@capcost.com


Release Date: 2018-12-13 | Expiry Date: 2019-03-13

Senior Cost Consultant-Lender Services (Turner & Townsend) Ottawa, ON

Turner & Townsend

Position Title

Senior Cost Consultant-Lender Services

Work Location

Ottawa, ON

Overview / Job Summary

Turner & Townsend Canada is GROWING! We are looking to hire a Senior Cost Consultant-Lender Services to be part of a team in Ottawa. This role reports to an Associate Director and to assist the Director and Associate Directors within the Lenders Services department, taking responsibility for start to end service delivery. To ensure that Client objectives are met through the delivery of an effective cost monitoring service. The Senior Cost Consultant will handle commissions of varying size and complexity.

Roles and Responsibilities

Commission Management, to include:

  • Preparing Loan Monitoring reports for all asset classes related to real estate throughout Ontario
  • Interfacing with the Client and other consultants, at all project stages
  • Assisting in research related to construction market conditions throughout Canada, including analysis of official published data

Marketing and Business Development, to include:

  • Assisting Directors and Associate Directors in developing new business opportunities with existing and new Turner & Townsend Clients
  • Working with Associate Directors and Directors to construct proposals for new work or variations for existing projects
  • Identifying opportunities to improve cost monitoring procedures, templates and products, referring ideas to the appropriate

Line Manager Internal management accountabilities, to include:

  • Knowledge management – Ensuring that key information and learning generated from each commission is inputted into internal databases and shared
  • Process improvement – Identifying and acting upon ways to improve internal systems and processes referring ides to the appropriate Line Manager
  • Quality Control – Ensuring compliance with quality standards and the Turner & Townsend BMS system, participation in ISO audits

Skills and Competencies

A Senior Cost Consultant will in part be assessed by the extent to which:

  • Commissions are managed to the right quality standards and are completed efficiently and on time
  • Service delivery on commissions is in line with the conditions of appointment
  • Strong relationships are developed with Clients and cross-functional team members
  • They work as an effective team member within the context of delivering a specific commission
  • Business development opportunities with existing and new clients, including cross-selling opportunities, are identified and developed

Education and Experience

  • +4 years’ experience delivering pre-construction and construction cost monitoring services. Additional experience will be an advantage
  • A recognized University Degree in Quantity Surveying or related field
  • Working towards or achievement of professional designation within relevant Professional Organizations such as the Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (CIQS), or The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

How to Apply for This Position


Release Date: 2018-11-13 | Expiry Date: 2019-02-11