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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
Hi Here is the material list for the 5 stories concrete frame building. I am looking someone to assist me by putting the price for material and also working cost. The source of the price should be indicated on the table. I welcome any suggestion for amend the table and providing some new sorts to be clearer. The building is located on the Philadelphia. Please provide similar samples from your previous work and provide your Skype ID so I can communicate fast. Regards PS: More files will be delivered to chosen candidate
Skills: Construction Monitoring Construction Data Structures Structural Analysis
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Hi, We are small building company in Australia, Gold Coast, Brisbane area. We are specialise in building Patios, Carports and Decks. So thats very niche part of construction. We are expanding dynamically and we are looking for LONG TERM HIRE of somebody to support us in: 1) Relating to End Customers. Necessary experience in Customer Service. Candidate have to sound like Australian, no strong accent acceptable. 2) Relating to suppliers, engineers, certifiers etc. Good knowledge of materials and process we are using. I'm attaching some manuals. Please look at this as you will need to understand this to be able to relate to different entities in organisation. Study manuals and please don't waste your time, if you not Technical Person. There are plenty of other jobs and companies, where you can fit. I'M ATTACHING SOME MANUALS TO GIVE YOU IDEA ABOUT THE PROCESS AND PRODUCTS WE ARE USING. THATS JUST SOME OF OUR SUPPLIERS AND HAVE NO CONNECTION TO OUR COMPANY. 3) Some basic experience in bookkeeping. We are using Xero, very simple bookkeeping program. Easy to learn if somebody have any experience. 4) Candidate has to be in Time zone allowing him to be able work in full mental capacity between 7am-4pm AEST, Brisbane time. 5) Beside this candidate has to be smart and organised Most of the time it would necessary to spend on the phone so good English and internet connection is must. PLEASE NO TIME WASTERS Regards Income Renovations
Skills: Construction Monitoring Customer service Project management
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $7 - Posted
We are seeking a highly motivated person to join our team in the Anchorage Field Office of Statewide Planning and Program Development. The Anchorage Field Office is responsible for identifying and establishing priorities for capital projects in Central Region that improve transportation infrastructure to support economic development, enhance safety and promote the efficient movement of people and goods. The Planning Chief provides leadership and oversight to the development of the Central Region components of the Statewide Long Range Transportation Policy Plan, the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, and the Statewide Aviation Improvement Program. Under general direction of the Statewide Planning and Program Development Director the Planning Chief manages a staff of 16 for Area Planning and Highway Data. This position requires a "big picture" perspective of national and Alaska transportation issues and policy, as well as specific knowledge of federal and state transportation laws, regulations and programs. In addition to overseeing the Central Region components of statewide plans and programs, the Planning Chief manages the development of multiple regional and local transportation planning efforts. This is accomplished through extensive public processes established in cooperation with local, Municipal and Borough governments throughout the Region. The complexity and technical sophistication of these processes range from the formal Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for Anchorage) to informal meetings with local villages. The successful candidate will be responsible to communicate, lead, and motivate a team of professional staff and develop effective working relationships with all the other major functional groups throughout the region, department, and state. The ideal candidate will possess all or some of the following desired knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience. All of the following traits must be documented in your cover letter. If you don't have experience with one or more of the bulleted traits listed below, simply say so. Ability to accommodate a heavy workload, balancing multiple and often competing priorities Experience managing subordinate supervisors and professional, technical, and administrative level personnel Experience interpreting, applying, and writing transportation policy and regulation at either the department, state, or federal level Ability to communicate complex information in-person, over the phone, and through written correspondence Experience preparing and making presentations before state and community organizations Proven track record of successful negotiation, facilitation, and/or mediation between parties to resolve conflict and achieve mutually acceptable solutions Experience in strategic and/or project planning and implementation that includes cross-agency engagement and consensus Knowledge of governmental capital budgeting practices, procedures, methods, techniques and terminology for developing and managing capital programs, both federal and state Familiarity with all modes of Alaska's transportation infrastructure Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree from an accredited college. AND EITHER Four years of professional experience in planning in the transportation field of which at least three years were at the level of Planner III with the State of Alaska or the equivalent elsewhere; OR Two years of professional experience in transportation planning at the level of Transportation Planner I with the State of Alaska or the equivalent elsewhere. Substitutions: Four years of any combination of post secondary education from an accredited college (3 semester/4 quarter hours equal one month) AND/OR work experience performing planning functions will substitute for the required degree. Examples of qualifying experience in planning functions are sub-professional or paraprofessional work in environmental, transportation, or community development; architecture; civil engineering; landscape architecture; urban design; historic preservation; geography; geographic information systems; housing administration; grant administration; accounting; business management; or research. A master's degree in urban, regional, transportation, or landscape planning may be substituted for one year of the required experience planning in the transportation field at the level of Planner III with the State of Alaska or the equivalent elsewhere. Special Note: "Professional experience in planning in the transportation field" means work in one or more steps of the transportation planning process, which includes: data collection and monitoring of existing conditions; forecasting growth, assessing land uses, and identifying growth corridors; identifying current and future transportation problems and needs; analyzing improvement strategies to address problems and needs; developing alternative captital.
Skills: Construction Monitoring Budgeting & Forecasting
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We are a Rehab Lender. We lend money to borrowers that purchase properties, fix them up and Rehab them to make money. All of our properties are: 1. Single Family 2. Non Occupied 3. Typical rehab is $30,000. Max Rehab is $50K with some acceptations 4. We have a contractor Bid on file but some like to do the rehab themselves We need help with managing the borrower and the contractor, overcoming problems and finding solutions. We want rehab done is the time frame of 1 day per $1,000 of work plus 7 extra days to get ready and get the property on the Market. Lots of borrowers want to do it yourself, that is fine but needs to be done in time or needs to be hired if they can’t meet deadlines. The funds have been put in escrow based on contractor bids. Your Job is as follows; 1. Have a phone call and put a project plan together with the borrower and the General Contractor 2. Minimum of One phone call per week with Borrower and Contractor or Subcontractor. But more than likely 2-3 calls per week. 3. Make sure the project stays on track 4. Collect Draw Request and match them up against the bid to make sure we don’t over pay for items 5. Order Inspections for the property based on Draw Items 6. Approve or Decline Items based on policy for Draw 7. Keep working to get the project done 8. Overcome hurdles or problems to get the work done when there are problems. 9. Get the property done with the borrower, with the contractor, or find new contractor or labors to get the work done and back listed on the market. Don’t allow the project not to get done overcome any hurdles that may come up 10. Lien Release from Contractors 11. An inspection has to be done a minimum of every two weeks. If one has not been done in two weeks then a forced inspection will be mandatory. 12. You will call and order the inspections from our evaluators and get them back STATES WE DO BUSINESS IN You do not have to be in the state to be able to do the job Texas, Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, Illinois, Indian, Michigan, Ohio, Washington, Louisiana, North Carolina, New Jersey. QUALIFICATIONS 1. Must be ready to start work within the next few days no more than a week 2. Available for 20 hours per week minimum. We can go up to 40 hours. These hours must be between 9 AM and 7PM 3. Have Constructions and project management background 4. Computer Skills - Must be able to pass basic Type test as well as Basic Excel test 5. Willing to make phone calls and talk with people. No Hiding behind emails 6. Willing to have Tuff conversations with borrower that may have heard what they want to hear about how draws work, Sympathize with them and come up with plan to make it work while a hearing to our policy 7. Ability to work with Handymen as well as borrower, not just general contractors 8. Able to manage a project long distance with pictures and inspections
Skills: Construction Monitoring Architecture Building Estimation Building Regulations
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking to build a working relationship with at least two freelancers capable of calculating the U-Value and the Dew Point according to standard BS EN ISO 13788 for insulation installations. We will be able to give examples of the exact format we would like the results and guidance regarding the materials being used. We will be using these as the basis for choosing products for insulation projects where U-Value targets are set and we will be looking to choose the correct product based on the U-Value calculations provided by you
Skills: Construction Monitoring Building Regulations Civil Engineering Construction
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Looking for an experienced Architect or draftsperson to provide house construction plans meeting municipal bylaws and guidelines. Prefer someone who is familiar with Canada building standards and has experience with similar project. Need help with: 1. Initial construction plans for 3-level house 2. 3d layouts and interior design upon city approval for the construction plans Please include your related project experience when responding to this job.
Skills: Construction Monitoring Architecture Drafting Interior design