Construction Area Manager Salary in District of Columbia - District Average

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Average Salary for Construction Area Manager in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Construction Area Manager in District of Columbia - District Average is $92,078.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Construction Area Manager in District of Columbia - District Average is $44.27.

The average bonus of a(n) Construction Area Manager in District of Columbia - District Average is $4,539.00.

Job Description:

Directs activities of workers concerned with construction of buildings, dams, highways, pipelines, or other construction projects. Studies specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times and staffing requirements for each phase of construction, based on knowledge of available tools and equipment and various building methods. Amasses members of organization (supervisory, clerical, engineering, and other workers) at start of project. Orders procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules. Confers with and directs supervisory personnel and subcontractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specifications, and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays. Confers with supervisory personnel and labor representatives to resolve complaints and grievances within workforce. Confers with supervisory and engineering personnel, as well as inspectors and suppliers of tools and materials, to resolve construction problems and improve construction methods. Inspects work in progress to ensure that work conforms to specifications and that construction schedules are adhered to. Prepares, or receives from subordinates, reports on progress, materials used and costs, and adjusts work schedules as indicated by reports. May direct workers concerned with major maintenance or reconditioning projects for existing installations. May be designated according to type of project, work, or construction activity directed. Less

Directs activities of workers concerned with construction of buildings, dams, highways, pipelines, or other construction projects. Studies specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times and staffing requirements for each phase of construction, based on... More

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