Bartlett Cocke General Contractors is currently seeking an Electrical Estimator to join our team! The Electrical Estimator will be someone who can effectively provide preconstruction estimating for electrical, communications, life safety, and other low voltage systems for highly complex commercial construction projects.
Ideally, we would like for this position to be based out of our BCGC Corporate Office located in San Antonio, TX; however, we are open to someone sitting in our San Antonio, Austin or Houston, TXoffices since this position would have the ability to support all of our commercial company locations (San Antonio, Austin, Houston).
Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities:
- Estimating and Cost Analysis:
Lead the electrical portion of estimates and ensure that scopes are coordinated and complete.
Review and understand narratives, plans and specifications to ensure alignment between pricing and the scope of work.
Develop conceptual estimates based on limited information at all phases of the project design progression.
Participate in the development and review of design alternatives, cost options, and value engineering.
Develop and manage the electrical pricing bid strategy, break outs, and work packages.
Explain electrical pricing and costs to clients and engineers.
Assist project team(s) in evaluating submitted proposals and assist with development of scopes of work to be outlined in subcontracts.
Coordinate with marketing personnel regarding technical aspects of proposals.
- Design Review:
Conduct review of Conceptual, SD, DD and CD drawings to ensure that schematics and specifications are complete and provide adequate information.
Working knowledge of, and ability to research and interpret relevant building codes.
Ensure utilities are coordinated between civil and electrical/data disciplines.
Participate in project meetings as needed, come prepared, and participate constructively.
Provide input on constructability, logistics, & sequencing as well as design considerations and pricing.
Provide input for schedule related to task durations.
Identify and communicate lead times and testing requirements for incorporation into schedule.
At least 5 (five) years of commercial Electrical Estimating or Electrical Construction experience required.
Candidate must have earned HS Diploma.
Must have experience with the installation means and methods of various electrical systems found within commercial structures/facilities.
Candidate must have good written and verbal communication skills and a collaborative approach working with both clients and subcontractors.
Candidate must have strong fundamental mathematical and visualization skills.
Must be competent in use of Microsoft software, including collecting and analyzing data in Excel, and creating documents and preparing correspondence in Outlook & Word.
Must possess the ability to write reports, develop forms, speak effectively to small groups and communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.
Experience using Quantity Takeoff, Timberline, etc. preferred, but not required.
Associates/Bachelors Degree in Construction Science, Management, etc. preferred, but not required.
About Bartlett Cocke General Contractors
Founded in 1959, Bartlett Cocke offers the strength and stability of a large general contractor, while maintaining the relationship-first approach of a much smaller firm. Our people love what they do and it shows—in their entrepreneurial spirit, in their desire to create environments that strengthen our communities, in the enduring relationships they build and in the pride they take in their craft. Our team has been a pillar in the construction industry for over six decades, and our stellar reputation has been built on being the most knowledgeable experts in the K-12, Higher Education, Healthcare, Multifamily, Industrial, and Commercial markets.
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