Electrical Project Manager

Today, AZCO INC. is a 100% ESOP company employing over 130 individuals in central Wisconsin, and over 500 experienced union craftsmen nationwide. At AZCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of Burns & McDonnell, Inc., we are dedicated to safety, client service and ingenuity. With a focus on EPC solutions, we provide our clients an integrated team to bring more advanced controls and predictable outcomes – safely delivering faster, better and smarter projects.

AZCO INC. offers a competitive benefit package and excellent advancement opportunities to grow your career!

Summary: Responsible for overall management of project for safe, successful and timely completion in accordance with project plans and specifications.

Travel: May have to travel occasionally for several days at a time to project sites and client facilities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Other duties may be assigned.

  • Ensures that Company and/or job specific safety policies are being adhered to and enforced throughout project duration. Demonstrates leadership in company's commitment and dedication to Zero Injuries Safety Process.
  • Embraces quality by identifying problems or concerns as well as opportunities for improvement within the Company’s procedures, policies and programs.
  • Completes accountability for project performance and financial impact from beginning to final collection of all billed amounts. Assures that billings are kept current and final payments are received, alerts management as issues arise.
  • Assists in or prepares complete estimate for selected project with detailed review of proposal specifications, drawings, take-off information, subcontracts, and the like. Effectively communicates to project team any changes/additions to estimate.
  • Manages, evaluates and reports specifications to plan procedures; start and completion times; procurement of tools, equipment and materials; costs and projections; work schedules; and staffing requirements for each phase of construction.
  • Assembles and directs members of project team (supervisory, clerical, engineering, cost control, and other workers) at start of project. Effectively communicates scope of work, budgets, schedule, and any other details.
  • Directs supervisory personnel and labor representatives to resolve complaints and grievances.
  • Inspects work-in-progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and adherence to construction schedules. Partners with quality department in meeting plan specifications where appropriate.
  • Provides technical assistance, i.e., interpretation of drawings, recommending construction methods such as equipment, parts, tools, etc. Initiates and maintains additional work in estimating and issuance of change orders.
  • Conducts construction activities within federal, state, and local environmental rules and regulations.
  • Prepares monthly status reports of all current projects including project contract amounts, final projected costs, accurate of committed cost, payment status of past billings, project issues, and the financial impact of projects.
  • Participates in month-end meetings with management to review details of all open jobs. Must be prepared to discuss issues and solutions as appropriate.
  • Works cooperatively with other project managers to ensure optimal utilization of company resources, including personnel, equipment and tools.
  • Responsible for communicating scope of work and issuance of subcontract documentation. Maintains status of all subcontractors and adherence to schedule. Where appropriate, schedules regular site meetings and sees that minutes are taken and distributed.
  • Under the direction of the corporate office, interface with concerned public or regulatory officials.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Will oversee the project and assist in the supervision of on-site employees to ensure project expectations are being met and regulations are followed according to Company objectives, policies and applicable laws. Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of jobsite employees and supervision.

Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree (in one of the following fields: Electrical Engineering, Construction Management or Project Management) and/or has completed an electrical construction apprenticeship program. 5+ years of field experience in a leadership role performing heavy industrial electrical construction projects or the equivalent combination of education and experience.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of MS Excel, and Word.

Other Skills and Abilities:

  • Advanced knowledge of discipline, construction technology, design, applicable codes, standards, etc., required.
  • Ability to interpret the interconnection of different processes (mechanical, electrical, civil etc) and to plan job accordingly to avoid conflicts.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • High level of mechanical aptitude.

AZCO INC. and AZCO Construction, Inc. are Equal Opportunity Employers: Minorities, Women, Veterans, and Disabilities.


AZCO INC. at Electricity Forum


1025 East South River Street
Appleton, Wisconsin, United States, 54915

AZCO INC. is an industrial constructor and pipe and metal fabrication contractor employing more than 250 union and non-union employees and work with more than 750 craftsmen nationally. AZCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of Burns & McDonnell, Inc., provides EPC solutions for clients, utilizing an integrated team and fabricating a variety of metals including chrome-moly, exotic alloy pipe and steel. As part of the Burns & McDonnell family of companies, we have a shared commitment to safety and customer service.

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Full Time

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Electrical Engineer - Construction




Appleton, Wisconsin,
United States