PGC is a full-service civil construction company. We offer a full range of construction services, including underground utilities, commercial, site development, concrete, lift stations, and water/wastewater treatment plants. We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Utilities Foreman with experience in underground utility construction to join our team. Reporting to the Superintendent, the Utilities Foreman is responsible for safe operations at the job site. The Utilities Foreman examines the job site requirements, plans, and delegates the necessary work according to priority. Coordinates daily activities to ensure short- and long-term goals are achieved as scheduled.


Responsibilities: The responsibilities of the Utilities Foreman include, but are not limited to:


  1. Safety – a. Conduct daily safety meetings with the crew. b. Ensure that all tasks are done in a safe and efficient manner. c. Require adherence to OSHA regulations as well as PGC safety policy. d. Provide the employees with the proper safety equipment for the task being performed.


  1. Planning – a. Prepare and plan labor, equipment, materials, and subcontractors at least 3 days ahead of time. b. Weekly email to Project Manager, General Superintendent, Superintendent and Safety Manager with a two week look ahead of your project regarding labor, equipment, materials, subs, permits, and inspections needed. c. Assist with projections and identify concerns – take pride beating budget. d. Understand the contract and job specifications, and how the company gets paid.


  1. Management of Site – a. Ensure that materials, equipment, and subcontractors are lined out to maximize production. b. Set daily production goals for your crew. c. Communicate to the crew what the final product is. d. Urgency – if the job is not going in the right direction, step in and get it back on track. e. Communicate, communicate, communicate any problem. Communicate and coordinate with the Maintenance Supervisor any equipment problem or repair needed. f. Notify Superintendent, General Superintendent and PM when a problem affecting budget is identified. g. General Contractor – i. Dictate and facilitate project sequence and schedule – become the general even if we are the subcontractor ii. Identify additional scope items and productions impacts.


  1. Heavy Job – a. Track costs daily by utilizing the job analysis and work plan feature. b. Input employees’ hours daily. c. Attach a minimum of 3 pictures every day of work performed and completed. d. Ensure Office personnel and Project Managers are getting the right information in a timely manner.


  1. Client Relations – a. Manage Client with professionalism, courtesy, and respect. b. Attend meetings with client when necessary. c. Communicate with General Contractor and PGC personnel daily. d. Act like every dollar is coming out of your pocket – Treat the company like it is yours.


  1. Project Documentation – a. Meet with Project Manager every week i. Discuss projections with PM ii. Percentage completed on each phase iii. Over or under budget on each phase code iv. Buy in and execute
  2. Update as-built weekly, including GPS shots on plans
  3. Procure test reports, I.E., compaction, clear water, etc.
  4. Procure survey cut sheets
  5. Procure inspection signoffs
  6. Complete closeout checklists
  7. Accident/Incident reporting – Safety compliance – Locates, toolbox talks, trench logs, etc.
  8. All invoice and paperwork to be turned in not later than E.O.D. Monday
  9. Verify quantities with General Contractor and subcontractors daily as they sign our form


  1. Deadlines – a. Take pride in meeting all deadlines and schedules i. Projections ii. Return phone calls and emails iii. Productions iv. Project schedules b. Be realistic; do not take on so much responsibility that will make you fail. c. Ask for help. Your fail, is our fail. d. Extra work order tickets and recap tickets must be signed daily.


  1. Other Duties as Assigned
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