What is it like working as a Project Manager, Construction?
Project Manager, Construction in Lubbock:
"The Good and the Ugly."
Pros: - That I directly impact the community in which I live.
- The experience that it has provided.
Cons: - The pay.
- Male dominated field.
Project Manager, Construction in Shelby Township:
"Very high paced , bottlenecked."
Pros: The broad spectrum of repairs to the home that I have to identify and the control to fix them.
Cons: Waiting for the property owners to fund the work.
Project Manager, Construction in Oklahoma City:
"Fast paced, high stress project management process."
Pros: Projects change on a regular basis. The job is not boring. The job keeps you busy and the days go by fast.
Cons: The lack of qualified individuals to perform their job. The lack of accountability towards individuals when they don't do their job. Too dependable on outside sources.
Project Manager, Construction in Seattle:
"Estimator and Project Manager."
Pros: Every project is different, managing multiple levels of people, and having a multi-faceted role; budgeting, negotiating, contract reading, estimating, blueprint reading, managing people/projects.
Cons: Stressful, working with uneducated field labor, contentious environment between general contractor and subcontractor.
What is it like working as a Project Manager, Construction at The Whiting- Turner Contracting Company?
Project Manager, Construction in Baltimore:
"Overall Good Place to be."
Pros: Great Structure. I love the opportunity and encouragement to create your own operating group.
Cons: Benefits are extremely long term. Pay scale is not great.