Average Experienced Construction Manager with Construction Estimating Skills Salary in Seattle, Washington

$103,846
Avg. SalaryShow Hourly Rate
$9,826
Bonus
$8,250
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The average salary for an Experienced Construction Manager with Construction Estimating skills in Seattle, Washington is $103,846.
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$65k
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$104k
90%
$145k
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Salary
$65k - $145k
Bonus
$6k - $15k
Profit Sharing
$0 - $8k
Total Pay
$67k - $191k

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Job Description for Construction Manager

Construction Manager Tasks
  • Manage the planning, materials, building, and budget of a construction or component of a project.
  • Enforce safety measures and company regulations, and obtain required licenses and permits.
  • Select and oversee the work of contractors contributing to the project.
  • Develop schedules for reaching objectives and make sure work is completed on time.
  • Supervise and direct personnel working on the project.

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Popular Skills for Construction Manager

Skills in Project Management are correlated to pay that is above average. Skills that pay less than market rate include Budget Management, Scheduling, Contractor Management and Blueprints.
Employees with Construction Manager in their job title in Houston, Texas earn an average of 9.4% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Los Angeles, California (7.8% more) and New York, New York (5.0% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Raleigh, North Carolina (34.4% less), Dallas, Texas (26.8% less) and Washington, District of Columbia (12.1% less).

Years of Experience

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Late Career
100.0%