BPGS is a great place to develop and further your professional experience. We look for individuals with bright talent to become a part of our exciting team.

We offer meaningful work opportunities, career development possibilities, competitive pay and benefits, and an environment that recognizes and balances personal and work needs.

Upcoming Career Fairs BPGS Construction will be Attending:

  • Penn State University- Engineering Career Fair
  • Drexel University Career Fair- Engineering and Technology
  • Temple University Career Fair-College of Engineering Career Fair
  • Williamson School of the Trades
  • University of Delaware-Career & Internship Fair

13 Reasons to Start A Career at BPGS Construction

We are currently looking to fill the following positions to be based in Wilmington, DE:

Project Manager+

Job Title: Project Manager
Job Reports To: Vice President of Construction & Operations (VPCO)
Status: Exempt
Location: Wilmington, Delaware

Job Summary:
Our Project Managers’ primary responsibility is to secure and manage project cost, schedule, and performance in accordance with company policy, standards, and goals. The Project Manager presents superior technical expertise to the customer. Positive interaction with all levels of the company, owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors is a cornerstone to the overall project success.

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Estimating & Bidding (SD, DD, and CD phases)
a) Work with VPCO & Estimator to develop and implement bid strategies & schedule
b) Offer suggestion of qualified vendors
c) Proof conceptual scopes of work with VPCO. Final all scopes of work for CD and contract set
d) Prepare, update, and maintain construction budgets noting cost impact changes accordingly through tracking logs
e) Redline plans and communicate with design and project teams through final CD

• Project Management
a) Prepares and Issues project documents including progress reports, detailed project schedule updates, and financial/budget updates on a monthly basis
b) Schedules consistent meetings and other forms of communication with project team members and/or customer as appropriate, to acquaint them with unresolved problems and to ensure an adequate degree of coordination as needed between disciplines.
c) Regularly monitors project progress for adherence to schedule.
d) Re-plan and make corrections/adjustments as required to maintain schedule; identify causes and advises customer of options to resolve.
e) Monitors project scope for changes affecting budget and/or schedule; identify causes and advises customer of options to resolve.
f) Keep customer fully informed of progress and of any significant technical problems/solutions and their impact on design and/or cost.
g) Involve management as appropriate in the solution of technical problems encountered in the progress of work.
h) Assemble estimates as necessary including the solicitation of subcontractors and vendors during preconstruction and construction periods

• Sales & Personnel
a) Assist VPCO and Estimators in the final review and selection of vendors for contract. Participate in contract and customer change negotiations. Ensure that all corporate procedures are being adhered to throughout process.
b) Deliver project in a manner that creates customer loyalty and results in repeat business
c) Participate as needed in client presentations or proposal preparation
d) Maintains direct daily communication with field personnel assigned to the project
e) Encourages suggestions from and participation of all project members towards a successful project completion.
f) Track project specific personnel
g) Interns and Project Engineers are a significant part of our culture. Mentoring and guiding same are a cornerstone of our corporate culture.

• Financial
a) Monitors time schedules and costs
b) Review all changes in scope or revisions to budgets and schedule with appropriate supervisor. Paperwork processed accordingly
c) Reviews and approves all invoices with accounting department in preparation of the monthly draw
d) Assists in the collection of delinquent accounts
e) Job Cost Tracking is performed in Prolog. All project costs must be maintained on a weekly/monthly basis to ensure accurate job cost reporting.
• Safety
a) Ensure that safety is never compromised
b) Support Safety Committee participation, goals, and objectives
c) Develop project specific safety program that encompasses the BPGS Safety Program
d) Support field operations to identify high hazard operations
e) Review and consider sub experience mod in subcontract award decision
f) Prior to mobilization, ensure subcontractor provides certificate of insurance that meets contractual requirements
g) Ensure subcontracts contain proper safety program provisions.
h) Ensure 100% implementation of safety program required for project

Requirements:
• 7-10 years of relevant experience in the construction industry with a broad base of knowledge in commercial development
• Candidate will have a minimum of a B.S. in Construction Technology, Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Management, or other relevant degree.
• Past experience in Estimating or Preconstruction. Operational experience a plus with contract values of $5 million and up.
• Must possess a strong work ethic and love what you do
• A team player with the ability to work under pressure
• Experience with estimating, scheduling, and/or project management technology
• Ability to work additional hours as necessary to meet the business plan objectives

 

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Project Manager in the subject field.

Internship Opportunity+

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

BPGS Construction Interns are teamed up with superintendents and/or project managers to obtain hands-on field and project management experience in all phases of construction. Internship opportunities are designed to enrich the student’s collegiate experience and provide them with the knowledge and skills not found in a classroom setting.

Interns who select BPGS Construction as their company of choice, have the opportunity to participate in our program, design, build methodology with some of the brightest and most talented builders in our industry. While working with our organization, interns also receive the unique opportunity to engage in our company’s culture, which is devoted to continuous learning and having fun along the way through build and learns as well as exclusive events.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintains adherence to company standards of safety
  • Prioritizes paperwork and submittal process
  • Maintains material delivery status
  • Archives contract records
  • Sets up the initial paperwork flow
  • Maintains and distributes meeting minutes
  • Manages all project files
  • Assists the superintendent in the formulation of the project plan
  • Maintains communication with subcontractors
  • Assist with RFI logs, subcontractor correspondence, maintains all site construction documents, and fills out and maintains daily reports
  • All other duties assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Construction Management or a related field.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products
  • Experience with construction preferred.
  • Familiar with change orders, budgets, cost reporting, estimating, and scheduling preferred.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Requires standing, walking, and sitting.
  • Frequent stretching and / or bending to access equipment, objects, etc.
  • Frequent lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling of objects weighing up to 50 lbs.

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Internship Opportunity in the subject field.

 

Purchasing Agent+

About CRE

Christina River Exchange, CRE, is a hospitality Procurement Company located in Wilmington, Delaware. We provide FF&E and OS&E procurement services to hospitality projects nationwide, both renovations and new-build. We service all major hotel brands as well as boutique products. We are a dynamic, fast-growing company seeking highly energetic individuals with an entrepreneurial mind who want to be part of shaping the company’s vision and future.

Primary Function

The purchasing agent performs administrative purchasing assignments, including organizing documents, verifying and preparing purchase orders.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Generate the appropriate purchase order or contract based on purchasing guidelines.
  • Understand and follow purchase order procedures and practices.
  • Research available suppliers and compare costs and services for FF&E products.
  • Organize, update, and submit invoices on a daily basis.
  • Monitor vendors for quality, service and price through standard purchasing specifications.
  • Ensures that all authorized or approved purchase orders are sent to respective party for delivery purposes on a daily basis.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to evaluate legal and business risks and ramifications of proposed contractual terms.
  • Demonstrated strong quantitative and organizational skills.
  • Proven ability to produce accurate and timely reports and forecasts. Must be detailed oriented with the ability to manage multiple large-scale projects simultaneously with a high level of accuracy.
  • Highly-motivated, self-starter with a strong drive to succeed and grow within the organization.
  • Ability to learn purchasing software

Education

  • High school diploma required
  • Associate’s degree strongly preferred

Experience

  • At least one year of purchasing, administrative or sales experience strongly preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft and other database applications

At least one year of purchasing, administrative or sales experience strongly preferred.
Proficiency in Microsoft and other database applications

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Purchasing Agent in the subject field.

Procurement Intern+

About CRE

Christina River Exchange, CRE, is a hospitality Procurement Company located in Wilmington, Delaware. We provide FF&E and OS&E procurement services to hospitality projects nationwide, both renovations and new-build. We service all major hotel brands as well as boutique products. We are a dynamic, fast-growing company seeking highly energetic individuals with an entrepreneurial mind who want to be part of shaping the company’s vision and future.

Primary Function

The procurement intern performs administrative purchasing and procurement assignments, including preparing and processing purchase orders, communicating with vendors, and reporting.

Duties & Responsibilities

• Understand and follow purchase order procedures and practices.
• Research available suppliers and compare costs and services for FF&E products.
• Organize, update, and submit invoices on a daily basis.
• Monitor vendors for quality, service and price through standard purchasing specifications.
• Ensure that all authorized or approved purchase orders are sent to respective party for delivery purposes on a daily basis.
• Assist with coordination of FF&E delivery with installation staff
• Assist with coordination work in the field including interfacing with designers and consultants.
• All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

• Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
• Strong quantitative and organizational skills.
• Proven ability to produce accurate and timely reports and forecasts
• Must be detail oriented; with ability to manage multiple large-scale projects simultaneously with a high level of accuracy.
• Highly-motivated, self-starter with a strong drive to succeed and grow within the organization.
• Ability to learn purchasing software

Education
• High school diploma required
• Pursuing an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree

Experience

• Some purchasing, administrative or sales experience strongly preferred.
• Proficiency in Microsoft and other database applications.

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Procurement Intern in the subject field.

Procurement Specialist+

About CRE

Christina River Exchange, CRE, is a hospitality Procurement Company located in Wilmington, Delaware. We provide FF&E and OS&E procurement services to hospitality projects nationwide, both renovations and new-build. We service all major hotel brands as well as boutique products. We are a dynamic, fast-growing company seeking highly energetic individuals with an entrepreneurial mind who want to be part of shaping the company’s vision and future.

Primary Function

In this critical role, you will have an exciting opportunity to work side by side with other purchasing specialists and managers, as well as construction project managers, interior designers and architects on both small and large-scale hospitality and commercial procurement projects.

You will be given ownership for the procurement of FF&E/OS&E for key hotel projects with the responsibility of sourcing, bidding, value engineering and purchasing all specified products specified for the guestroom, public space and exterior areas as requested by the Client.

Duties & Responsibilities

• Project FF&E and OS&E procurement of products for hospitality, select commercial and food and beverage projects from initial design to installation
• Develop preliminary FF&E budgets and forecasts
• Develop bid proposals, prepare and process purchase orders
• Provide bid comparison reports, forecast and expediting reports
• Manage/facilitate the approval process of custom goods with vendors and interior designers; assist interior designers with alternate selection options
• Coordinate FF&E delivery with installation staff
• Travel to project site 1-2 times for initial coordination meetings and delivery of FF&E
• Communicate with the client, providing regular status updates and handling any questions or changes.
• Coordinate work in the field including interfacing with designers and consultants.
• All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

• Strong time management and leadership skills.
• Ability to develop and complete projects without continued direct supervision.
• Ability to navigate and interpret architectural, interior design drawings and design specifications
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively communicate with vendors, designers, construction and general contractors.
• Proven ability to produce accurate and timely reports and forecasts.
• Must be detailed oriented with the ability to manage multiple large-scale projects simultaneously with a high level of accuracy.
• Highly-motivated, self-starter with a strong drive to succeed and grow within the organization.

Education

• High School diploma required;
• Associates or Bachelor’s degree in interior design, architecture, or a related field is strongly preferred.

Experience

• 2 Years interior design experience strongly preferred.
• 1-2 Years Purchasing Experience

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Procurement Specialist in the subject field.

Project Engineer+

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   Project engineers are paired with superintendents in this management training program, spending at least one year in the field and training to succeed as an assistant project manager or assistant superintendent.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Client Development and Management – interface and coordinate with building management as directed by superintendent
  • Organizational Skills – set up and maintain job site office and records, including project directory, subcontractor directory, submittal logs, RFI logs, and subcontractor correspondence, maintains all site construction documents, and fills out and maintains daily reports.
  • Construction Operations – installs proper site signage and postings, directs installation of building and site protection, assists in field work, takes responsibility for and manages specific construction tasks assigned to them, and assists superintendent.
  • Subcontractor Relations – sets up and runs subcontractor foreman’s meeting when directed by the superintendent.
  • Project Planning and Safety – makes periodic updates to the project schedule as directed, assists in the inspection process and executes the inspections within the project’s jurisdiction, assists in the implementation of BPGS’s corporate safety program and applies it on the job site, conducts weekly safety meetings and toolbox talks when directed, and completes all required safety reports when directed.
  • Corporate Culture – maintains a neat appearance in accordance with corporate policies at all times when representing BPGS, upholds the respect of their peers in all business dealings, and participates actively in corporate functions.

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, architectural engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, or mechanical engineering and/or a equivalent combination of experience and continuing education.

 

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Project Engineer in the subject field.

Superintendent+

Concord Plaza by BPGS Construction

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   The role of the Superintendent is to plan, organize, direct, and control the building aspects each project in order to meet budget, quality, time and safety objectives

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Understand and administer the BPGS safety program to include all subcontractors, ensure that all accidents/incidents are promptly reported and investigated, and assist in safety inspections by outside agencies.
  • Direct the work flow consistent with the project schedule, communicate project priorities to field staff and subcontractors, maintain daily diary of all activities and site conditions, and manage the punch list and closeout process through owner/architect acceptance.
  • Work with project manager in formulating project schedule, ensure that the proper methods and sequence of installation are followed, makes and follows through with schedule commitments, and maintains BPGS quality standards.
  • Maintain good working relationship with all subcontractors on the project, develop relationships within the community which enhances business opportunities, and ensure subcontractors are treated fairly.
  • Ensure complete, accurate daily documentation of work orders/tickets, understand subcontractor scope of work to avoid unnecessary change orders, and identify problems early and act immediately to provide solutions.
  • Develop and organize the field team, arrange for temporary facilities/utilities for the site, and identify long lead items that need to be expedited.

SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must have mid-rise to high-rise experience, less than 25 stories
  • 5+ years of experience in commercial general contracting
  • Project lead experience

 

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Superintendent in the subject field.

Construction Accountant+

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   The construction accountant assumes the responsibility for performing assigned accounting and related clerical support functions.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in monthly financial close, including standard journal entries, update reports in excel and print reports for financial meetings.
  • Prepare bank reconciliations.
  • Maintain internal reports and schedules.
  • Research and reconcile accounts.
  • Other special projects as assigned.
  • Reconcile construction cost between cost reports and actuals for project close out.
  • Assist in compiling invoices for the monthly draws.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be self-motivated, with good communication skills.

 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • College degree or equivalent experience is required.
  • Five (5) plus year’s construction accounting experience strongly preferred.
  • Experience with cost accounting strongly preferred.

 

Local candidates please as no relocation will be provided. Salary is commensurate with experience. BPGS is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should send an email with your resume and salary requirements to careers@bpgsconstruction.com. Include Staff Accountant in the subject field.