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MPF Head

JOB DESCRIPTION
• Reviews plans and specifications for MPF works.
• Prepares construction and work programs in coordination with Civil / Architectural works
• Coordinates with Engineering to resolve design issues with Project Manager
• Ensures that materials delivered to the site had passed QA/QC inspection for compliance with the Contract Specifications.
• Oversees effective implementation of work to include subcontractor used in project. Checks that they are in proper sequence and properly coordinated.
• Coordinates with the Construction Manager and Civil / Architectural Superintendent on daily basis & assure proper implementation of works as recommended by the QA/QC Head.
• Helps implement the project QA/QC program as recommended by the QA/QC Head in its entirety.
• Make preliminary evaluation of billings of MPF Subcontractors and pass this on to Project Control Department for final evaluation.
• Approve all MEP and Commissioning schedules
• Supervise MEP subcontracting strategies and originate Scopes of Work for MEP bid packages and equipment
• Partly Negotiate pricing and change orders with contractors and equipment manufacturers
• Perform MEP constructability and coordination reviews of contract documents
• Provide guidance and approve the MPF Contractors schedule of values
• Define best approach for MPF buyout
• Ensure timely and proper execution of the MEP Coordination Process (BIM)
• Create a project specific MPF quality plan and verify its proper execution
• Perform site inspections for MEP compliance with contract documents
• Communicate with the owner/owner’s representative on a regular basis to understand expectations and ensure customer satisfaction
• BS OR MS degree in mechanical engineering
• 20+ years related field experience
• 10+ years in a supervisory role on a 500+ million pesos construction project
• Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

• Ability to manage a large and complex project that is predominately MPF
• Ability to manage and mentor less experienced staff members
• Strong scheduling skills and proficiency in P6
• Demonstrate strong risk management skills
• Must be able to create an environment where “safety first” is the culture and all trades people work with an incident and injury free attitude