Senior Construction Manager
Entered: 17 May 2022
Our data centers are industry leading examples of energy efficient, cost effective designs. The Data Center Senior Construction Manager is ultimately responsible for the oversight and review of all disciplines including civil, structural, architectural electrical, mechanical, controls and commissioning. The Construction Manager will administer all construction contracts ensuring full compliance including all commercial elements.
At Amazon we leverage unique opportunities presented to us by owning everything from the substation, to the server, and back to the cooling systems. We are diverse, upbeat, creative, team of engineers and managers working on a daily basis to develop innovative data centers for our Customers.
The Data Center Senior Construction Manager will be responsible for:
- Construction project management and oversight of construction related activities as they relate to new builds or general capital projects. This will include the ownership of the project scope, timeline, and budget. · Direct interface with construction general contractors during the bidding, award, execution, and project closeout/punch list phases.
- Work with general contractors and vendors to deliver efficient and high quality project turn-overs.
- Manage negotiations with general contractors and internal procurement partners and evaluate bids/proposals with detail and accuracy.
- Creation of construction project scope and request for proposals.
- Capital requests/financial review of construction work including change orders, purchase orders, and invoicing.
- Construction project management for specific initiatives aimed at increasing the resiliency of our data centers.
- Reviews of electrical and mechanical designs associated with the construction of new data centers, colocation centers, build to suit centers or the optimization of existing data centers.
- Construction submittal reviews.
- Construction project quality control including the creation of a commissioning plan and support of the commissioning process.
- Recording and reporting key construction metrics to team members and management.
- Manage teams to perform troubleshooting and root-cause failure analysis associated with equipment or electrical failures.
- Travel to data center sites for engineering evaluations, electrical systems audits, mechanical system reviews, start-up testing, and full commissioning, up to 40% of time.
- 40% International Travel required.