Please forward resumes with cover letter and salary requirements to Marcie Shaffer at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


The MEP Coordinator is responsible for leading the coordination and scheduling of field installation for all MEP systems. This individual will participate in preconstruction meetings and will be a prominent figure in the coordination processes.

·  Review MEP estimates and subcontractor scopes and pricing
·  Review and coordinate all MEP submittals and shop drawings
·  Ensure the constructability of the design and compatibility with
   building codes
·  Assist in the development of the MEP construction and commissioning
·  Conduct/Oversee the testing of MEP installations
·  Enforce quality control policies and inspections on MEP trades
·  Serve as a technical resource with owners and architects
·  Attend weekly meetings with owners, architects and subcontractors
·  Ensure all mechanical/electrical shop drawings are submitted to subs
   in a timely manner
·  Prior to project completion, participate in pre-functional testing,
   start-up and equipment commissioning 

·  BS in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Construction
   Management or equivalent combination technical training 
   related experience
·  Minimum 5 years of MEP Experience working in hospitals, occupied
   buildings and renovations preferred
·  Minimum 5 years estimating projects with values up to $2-10 MM
·  Knowledge of estimating techniques, all engineering
   disciplines and cost control systems o
r equivalent combination
   of education and experience


The Project Manager is responsible for supporting the Project Executive in the overall administrative and technical direction of the construction project. As well as working with Project Superintendents, Owners, Architects and Engineers. The ideal candidate will serve as the point person and lead all aspects of the project. Experience working in hospitals, occupied buildings and renovations preferred.

·  Secure permits and bonds
·  Set-up and coordinate temporary field office space
·  Construction Schedule
·  Subcontractor negotiations and material buyout
·  Shop drawings and submittals
·  Requisitions 
·  Change Estimates and Change Orders to Owners
·  Change Orders to subcontractors and Material Suppliers
·  Cost Management, Budget Forecasts,
·  Meeting Minutes
·  RFI Letters
·  Punch-list Distribution
·  Certificate of Occupancy

·  BS/BS in Engineering, Construction Management or related field
·  5-10 years of Project Management Experience working in hospitals,
   occupied buildings and renovations preferred
·  Or equivalent combination of education and experience

·  Ability to work in a team environment
·  Technical and Communications Skills
·  Must be computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office and

Please forward resumes with cover letter and salary requirements to Marcie Shaffer at
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

G. Greene Construction offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package including 401K plan, full health and dental benefits, short-term and long-term disability and much more. We are an equal opportunity employer and support workplace diversity. G. Greene Construction is a thriving company always looking for qualified, dynamic candidates. We look forward to hearing from you.














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