Project Manager

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  • Location

    Birmingham, West Midlands

  • Sector:

    Building, Construction and Infrastructure

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  • Salary:

    £375 - £425 per day

  • Contact:

    Paul Stroud

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  • Published:

    6 months ago

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As part of HS2 enabling works, LME have been
awarded the Work Package 62. The project value is
highways and utility diversion works, it value is close to
£20M. The works are located at the Birmingham
International Station in the proximity of the Birmingham
Business Park. The area has heavy traffic during the
day and is part of the highways long to the NEC and
Birmingham International Airport
The project comprises heavy earthworks, roadworks
(tarmac, signalling, fencing white lining), traffic
management various phases, deep drainage works,
multiple utilities diversion, non-contestable utility
connections and construction of attenuation pond with
the associated penstock chambers and outfalls.
The Construction programme is driven by the limited
vehicles movement on the public highway and the
proximity to the construction of 4no bridges by others.
very challenging programme is comprised by 8no traffic
management phases diverting the traffic from section
of the current highways to newly constructed road
A highways works Project Manager is required for the
role, the candidate will need to have a good
understanding of highway specifications, traffic
management regulations and good planning skill to
secure the traffic management phases are delivered as
the programme.

The nature of the works required an experienced
highways / street work Project Manager, with good
understanding of Highways Specifications and Traffic
Management Regulations. Good technical knowledge
of highways specification and utilities diversion.
Awareness of the administration of construction
contracts and excellent client and stakeholder
The project is an NEC Option A contract, the candidate
will need to demonstrate a good experience in
developing and maintaining forecasts and budgets,
awareness of the use and interpretation of project
controls to review the status of a project and working
knowledge of planning & programming.
Strong written, oral and numeracy skills are essential.