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Q: What is it like working as a Project Manager, Construction?

June 2016
Project Manager, Construction:
When asked during an interview, Never say your skilled or experienced in something that you are not and never brag about things you feel skilled. Humility will keep you around and allow longer learning curves that lies get industry wide blackballed.
June 2020
"It's great for development of skills but it's not financially rewarding."
Project Manager, Construction in Johannesburg:
Pros: The opportunities that come up
Cons: My Salary, and being frequently undermined
December 2013
"It Is All About Team Work."
Project Manager, Construction:
We all have a job to do but you cannot do this alone. You must share your knowledge, delegate responsibilities, communicate with everyone and acknowledge your team with respect and admiration for the efforts they put in daily. It is the passion you have for your work that drives you but only with the team effort provided by those you work with. It really is all about the team in this profession.
January 2014
"Know Your Responsibilities."
Project Manager, Construction:
If your a new Project Manager then it is wise to make a checklist of your responsibilities, follow and adjust accordingly on a daily bases. This will help you familiarize yourself with your duties.
January 2014
"Stress Level Is Maximum."
Project Manager, Construction:
As civil engineer with multiple projects experience, you must have electro-mechanical knowledge in construction. Have good relationship between projects, people, procurement, quality control, planning & cost control techniques.
March 2014
"Stress levels."
Project Manager, Construction:
Be organized and show up to work on time.
April 2014
"Great Company With Great People."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: The variety of projects and opportunities to specialize in individual fields you might be interested in.
Cons: Although the company continues to hold onto the local company feel it is becoming more and more clear that Skanska truly wants to be a global company.