Average Experienced General Contractor Salary in New York, New York

$100,000
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The average salary for an Experienced General Contractor in New York, New York is $100,000.
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Job Description for General Contractor

General Contractor Tasks
  • Generate cost estimates for labor, materials, equipment, and permits necessary to complete a project.
  • Plan and manage a construction project, coordinating labor, materials, and equipment, hire and supervise subcontractors.
  • Make sure all government regulations are followed, proper permits are obtained, and required inspections carried out.
  • Monitor project progress to ensure it stays on time and within budget.
  • Negotiate contract terms with clients and work with clients and architects to create project plans.

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Pay by Experience Level for General Contractor

A mid-career General Contractor with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of $55,000 based on 5 salaries. In their late career (20 years and higher), employees earn an average total compensation of $225,000.
Employees with .NET Software Developer / Programmer in these locations earn less than the national average. The lowest salaries can be found in Portland, Oregon (48.5% less), Buffalo, New York (42.0% less) and Sacramento, California (36.9% less).

Years of Experience

This data is based on 17 survey responses.
Mid Career
29.4%
Late Career
70.6%