Demolition Estimator Project Manager

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Published
March 24, 2021
Location
Auburn, NH
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Description

Top excavating company in NH looking to higher a highly skilled Demolition Estimator or PM! Great Benefits and flexible schedule!

This Jobot Job is hosted by: Stephen Kavlich
Are you a fit? Easy Apply now by clicking the "Apply on company site" button and sending us your resume.
Salary: $75,000 - $90,000 per year

A bit about us:

We specialize in residential and commercial excavation projects in NH. We have over 2 decades of experience and strong list of services, so we are equipped to handle a broad range of projects. We focus on a results-oriented approach and have gained an excellent reputation doing so.

Why join us?

  • Competitive Salary
  • Positive work Environment
  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off

Job Details

  • Responsible for the day to day estimating of interior demolition and structural take down demolition
  • Including going on site visits and keeping up with RFI's, Addendums and Bulletins
  • Residential and Commercial demolition as well as creating and maintaining relationships with owners and general contractors
  • Bidding capabilities should be between 20-30 bids per week depending on size of projects
  • Responsible for producing budgets and detailed estimates on a wide variety of contracts
  • Estimate and prepare all proposals and interact with internal support personnel as well as field staff

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