Talu provides federal and Department of Defense customers streamlined access
to comprehensive Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment and initial
outfitting services. Our services can be procured in a fraction of the
time most federal procurements require. Talu’s combination of turnkey
solutions and a single point of contact – and accountability – offers
clients a seamless, stress-free move on time and on budget.
The Construction Manager acts
as an advisor to the Agency to assist with executing a project that is
properly constructed, on time and on budget to include the following
The Construction Manager’s responsibilities include the following:
Act as the Agency
designated agent and maintains a coordinating relationship with the
Agency, GSA, the architect-engineers, construction contractors and other
contractors supporting the government.
work is performed in accordance with the contract documents, to guard
the government agency against defects and deficiencies.
Review all certificates of inspections, test, and approvals required by laws and regulations or contract documents.
Review the construction
constructor’s certifications for compliance with the contract documents.
This review does not constitute an independent evaluation that the
content or procedures of such inspections, test, or approvals comply
with requirements of the contract documents.
Establish all necessary
liaisons, coordination, and support with any project-related agencies
and representatives of federal, state, regional, and local governments
inspect work for adherence to construction contract requirements,
recommend approvals or rejections of materials and workmanship and
monitor labor and safety requirements.
Notify GSA and Agency when unsafe working conditions are observed.
Attempt to resolve problems,
minimize claims, act to mitigate circumstances that could lead to
claims, and advise Agency of any potential disputes.
Exercise due diligence to
ensure that work is performed in conformity with applicable requirements
(codes, regulations, standards, construction contract plans, and
Review and monitoring of project schedules for
construction progress with emphasis on milestone completion dates, phasing
requirements, workflow, material deliveries, test dates
Assisting in problem resolution and handling of
disputed issues (including development of Government position)
Performing routine inspections of construction
as work proceeds
Taking action to identify work that does not
conform to the contract requirements and notifying GSA and Agency when work
Compiling, through site inspections, lists of defects
and omissions related to the work performed and providing these lists to GSA
and Agency for correction
Administration of construction contract change
orders (issuing proposal requests, reviewing cost estimates, reviewing cost
proposals, assisting GSA and Agency in negotiations, preparing change order
packages for processing)
Monitoring construction contractor compliance
with established safety standards (note and report unsafe working conditions,
failures to adhere to safety plan required by construction contract)
Coordination of construction activities with
customer managers and occupying agency personnel
Monitoring the design and construction
Participating in all "partnering"
activities during construction (workshops, meetings, etc.)
The Construction Manager will provide claims services when
and as required by Agency. Talu will review disputes and claims from the A-E
and/or construction contractor(s) and render all assistance that Agency may
require, including, but not limited to, the following:
Furnishing reports with supporting information
necessary to resolve disputes or defend against the claims
Participation in meetings or negotiations with
Appearance in legal proceedings
Review of cost estimates for use in claims
Preparation of findings of fact and any other
documentation required by the Government
At or near substantial completion of project construction,
the Construction manager will provide services including, but not limited to,
Performing Post Occupancy Evaluations (POEs)
Assisting government agencies in the formulation
of lessons learned
wish to thank all applicants for their interest and effort in applying
for the position; however, only candidates selected for interviews will
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