McGough is a respected partner that brings six generations of experience to high profile, unique and complex construction projects.  We take great pride in our people and their extraordinary expertise in planning, development, construction and facility management.  McGough employee tenure reflects the commitment and pride we share in our work.  Ask anyone who knows us - the caliber of our people sets us apart.



The Senior Superintendent is responsible for planning and oversight of all aspects of an assigned project.  This includes the pre-planning for all stages of the project (from pre to post construction).  The Senior Superintendent works diligently to meet all goals set for the specific project and manage all field operational duties.



  • High school diploma or GED required
  • 8+ years of construction-related experience
  • Strong verbal and written communication and leadership skills
  • Positive attitude, strong work ethic, innovative and forward thinking
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to oversee multiple Superintendents and or Assistants on larger scale projects
  • Ability to assist in adjusting field labor from one project to another
  • Ability to organize and facilitate Superintendent meetings
  • Assist with Human Development by mentoring Superintendents, Assistants and Foreman’s through various training programs both internally and externally.
  • Demonstrated experience initiating and driving continuous improvement
  • Current OSHA 30 certification


  • Two or four-year degree in construction related field
  • 8+ years of field-related experience

Office and Travel:

  • Must be willing to travel regularly

Responsibilities and Tasks:

  • Manage all Pre-Construction related tasks including building crisis management plan, site logistics plan, site specific rules and regulations, and safety plan.
  • Manage and oversee all McGough field staff, subcontractors and suppliers engaged in assigned projects.  This includes conducting daily huddles, job site coordination and delivery of materials.
  • Ability to develop, manage and implement the project schedule as designed and adjust as necessary.  Work closely with Project Management team to ensure schedule remains updated.
  • Work with Project Management team as needed throughout project including selecting subcontractors, writing RFIs (requests for information), developing and tracking procurement of materials, tools and equipment.
  • Work with Quality Control team to ensure project-specific requirements are met.
  • Ensure all on-site documentation including drawings, logs, inspection books are updated and current.
  • Ensure alignment of budget set for the project including labor, materials and equipment.  Work with Project Management team to address issues as they arise.
  • Work closely with Project Management team to ensure all project closeout tasks are completed.  This includes punchlist execution, commissioning, final inspections, owner training, etc.
  • Provide intentional leadership for project team in the areas of Lean methodologies being employed onsite, standard work and Pull-Plan sessions.
  • Drive a safe environment by leading activities including job safety meetings and orientations.  Ensure all OSHA and other required rules and regulations are met.
  • Build and maintain strong relationship with clients, design team and subcontractors.
  • Support and follow standard work
  • Participate and support implementation of Lean and continuous improvement culture
  • Foster strong partnerships with fellow McGough employees

Physical Requirements:

The physical requirements listed here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Position involves sitting for extended periods of time at employee’s work station and during meetings as well as while traveling, either by plane or car. Employee needs to be able to lift up to 20 pounds as frequently as needed to move objects; dexterity to write and manipulate computer keyboard and mouse; ability to hear and speak clearly; and ability to distinguish between colors on graphs and charts.

Occasionally, employee will be required to visit construction jobsites which may expose the employee to dirt, dust, uneven surfaces, outdoor weather conditions and extreme temperatures.

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Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

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