Commercial Construction Project Coordinator

Company Details

The LFS Group

The LFS Group is looking for a Construction Project Coordinator to coordinate large-scale, complex construction projects for a medical facility! This position requires advanced performance level in Project Management and Coordination and will be under the general direction of the Project Manager. It requires extensive knowledge of project management, engineering and construction management methods to coordinate and manage the entire scope of assigned construction projects. These entail a high level of complexity, priority and/or subject matter expertise to successfully accomplish. You will be responsible for leading the project team by maintaining positive work relationships with internal engineering, maintenance, and support staff along with external vendors and contractors to fully engage all necessary contributors throughout project life cycle.

Job Duties:

· Provides project leadership for construction projects with higher levels of complexity as assigned by Project Manager from Initiation to Closure.

· Responsible for leading projects by determining project scope, establishing the project plan and stakeholders, helping team identify risks and develop mitigation strategies.

· Provides senior level technical project support to address engineering, construction team and/or assistant support staff concerns.

· Collaborates with customers from various internal departments to discuss desired scope of work; sets milestone indicators and then monitors productivity, quality and progress towards completion.

· Attends, prepares and conducts necessary project meetings (e.g. pre-construction, pre-bid, pre-quote).

· Takes the lead in coordinating all clients, staff, and outside professionals to be in attendance or be aware of their needs; attends public meetings and as needed acts as coordinator for public hearings; coordinates construction scheduling and communication and act as liaison to outside project management teams concerning bids, subcontracting, materials, scheduling, progress and delays.

· Fully assesses financial expenditures for large-scale engineering and construction projects related to Facilities Management department.

· Sets project goal deadlines and evaluates the execution of work to keep projects on track and in adherence with expected timeline and budget projections.

· Can make decisions to keep projects adhering to cost constraints and assists in formulating budget funds for future projects.

· If needed, addresses issues causing delays and works to keep Managing Engineer and other stakeholders in communication of possible hinderances to successful project outcomes.

· Ensure project safety through on-site visits, inspects at initial work, during, and finale to ensure adherence to specifications, drawings, and any safety concerns.

· May be needed to supervise the installation of equipment and components in assigned field.

· Manages the design of building and facilities projects, determines required technical characteristics and associated design requirements, provides technical expertise and advice in specialty area to internal and external project staff, directs the preparation of engineering specifications and all drawings, reviews project documents for compliance with specified outcomes, determines the sequencing and scheduling of construction phases, conducts field investigations, directs fields operations, reviews proposals for substantial engineering projects, evaluates bidders technical expertise, adherence to bid requirements, cost and other aspects, recommends contractor to management, established and reviews project objectives and desired end results, resolves technical and/or administrative issues with contractor, approves additions or changes to design based on construction requirements, approves payments to contractors.

· Leads the preparation and writing for Request for Proposals (RPFs) along with coordinating the bidding process for assigned projects.

· Provides input for selection of design-consultant, coordinates project design, prepares bid documents and legislation for bidding, reviews selection of successful bidder, coordinates inspections. Handles the budget allotted for assigned projects.

· Prepares needed contracts, funding requests and communication plans; checks and compiles contractors’ payment estimates; under the general guidance of Managing Engineer prepares project proposals and estimates from plans, verifies ownership and checks as-built records.

· Is accountable for making sure the processing of Purchase Orders (PO), Various Vendor Blanket (VV) and other Performance related documents for payment including authorizing invoices for payment are done on time and in accordance with Purchasing Department guidelines and state/federal laws; prepares Project Request forms for future funding; establishes and maintains project files, costs, correspondence and related database information, performs administrative and statistical work involved to ensure proper document storage and record keeping; review and prepare award documents.

We Prefer AutoCAD experience (engineering software).

Specific Duties include:

  • Provide technical expertise in the planning, design, and maintenance of County building mechanical systems
  • Review construction plans, specifications, and standards for constructability and offer alternative recommendations.
  • Inspect projects. Work requires interpretation and application of plans, specifications, contract language, and other related regulations and restrictions.
  • Investigate tenant concerns, meet with tenants and Facilities staff to define and resolve issues courteously and diplomatically.
  • Able to analyze building management systems and adjust to diagnose and repair operational deficiencies
  • Assist in the development and budgeting of the capital improvement program

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Must have valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record.
  • Completion of Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management, Construction Management, Architecture, or Engineering (preferably construction, civil or mechanical) or a related field
  • 4 years Construction Management, Project Management or a related field.
  • 4 years of related experience in managing, coordinating and leading construction renovations, building upgrades and/or new builds for complex properties
  • Or alternative, equivalent evidence of the Minimum Class Requirements.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $70,000.00 – $90,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Vision insurance


  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday

Application Question(s):

  • Do you have experience coordinating construction projects in/for a healthcare facility?


  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)


  • Construction management: 3 years (Preferred)
  • Project coordination: 3 years (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

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