University of Wisconsin

Madison, WI

Job posting number: #7090927

Posted: December 21, 2021

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Job Description

Facility Planning & Delivery (FP&D), part of the Division of Facilities Planning & Management (FP&M), is responsible for the administration, planning, and management of capital projects that are critical for the development and maintenance of campus facilities.

The Project Delivery Project Manager is responsible for the administration, planning, and management of architectural/engineering projects critical to developing and maintaining campus facilities. This position will manage multiple projects simultaneously with project budgets ranging from approximately $125K to $200+M. The person in this role will represent campus needs and interests with other State agencies in the design of university facilities, setting related guidelines and making operational decisions.

This position is responsible for developing scope/budget documents for the biennial capital building process and serves as campus representative during all phases of programming, design, revisions, construction, and occupancy for major construction projects which include instructional, research, auxiliary, and academic spaces.

This position works closely and manages work in collaboration with campus divisions and departments including trades within FP&M, UW System Administration, the Division of Facilities Development & Management, and architectural/engineering consultants. The person in this role will have a high degree of independence and will promote a positive, productive, and proactive customer-oriented work environment.

Engineering Designer (FP142)
Professional Engineer (FP138)

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Bachelor's Degree with major studies in facility management, construction, or engineering related discipline.

A minimum of 6 years is required of progressively responsible experience in engineering design, engineering project management, or construction project management.

Good understanding of utilities and MEP coordination, air/water/thermal barriers, selection of interior building materials and finishes, and development of interior details.

Demonstrated experience in developing project and construction cost estimates.

UW-Madison continues to follow necessary health and safety protocols to protect our campus from COVID-19. All employees remain subject to the COVID-19 Workplace Safety Policy: https://policy.wisc.edu/library/UW-5086. Please visit https://covidresponse.wisc.edu for the most up-to-date information.

There are multiple positions available under this title;
- Engineering Designers and Professional Engineers will both be considered to fill these positions. Offers will be aligned with required credentials.
- One of the positions specifically requires a minimum of 4 years experience in the laboratory project arena with a high degree of understanding for laboratory infrastructure systems. Identify the intent for the laboratory project manager position in the application.

Knowledge and Skillsets
- Project manage the renovation, tenant fit out, additions, and new construction of complex buildings within a higher education academic institution in accordance with the UW Campus Master Plan
- Knowledge or experience in the design and coordination of architecture, interiors, equipment, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, technology, fire protection, civil, and landscape drawings and LEED-associated principles
- Organize, communicate effectively, and manage the preparation, reviews, and coordination of drawing documentation including specifications, schedules, pre-bid tours, shop drawings, change proposals, punch lists, and close-out procedures
- Consult on building maintenance and operational cost changes in support of future projects
- Assess project and process improvements as related to policies, guidelines, and facility standards
- Ensure UW-Madison and State of Wisconsin standards have met program requirements
- Prepare and organize required documents for various regulatory agency reviews
- Ability to interact, negotiate and problem solve effectively with faculty, staff, students, contractors, design professionals, government officials, and the public.
- Working proficiency of MS Office: Project, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook; and other software: Bluebeam, Assetworks, and Trello.
- Working knowledge of Autodesk products: Autocad and Revit; and Adobe Creative Cloud: Photoshop and Illustrator.

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Job posting number:#7090927
Application Deadline:Open Until Filled
Employer Location:Online Job Advertising
United States
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