Plant Prefab is the first Certified B Corporation™ prefabricated home builder dedicated to sustainable design, materials, and operations. We're creating a paradigm shift across the home building industry by custom prefabricating single-family and multi-family homes for individuals, architects, and developers in half the time of traditional builders.
Our patented Plant Building System™ enables us to efficiently construct almost any design, by any architect. Combining advanced engineering with customizable Plant Panels™ and Plant Modules™, the Plant Building System provides greater design flexibility, quality control, and time and cost efficiencies than both site-based construction and conventional prefabricated approaches. Clients can work with any architect they choose, including Plant’s award-winning, in-house design studio.
Funding for Plant was provided by Amazon, Obvious Ventures, and others. Nearly thirty Plant projects have been certified LEED for Homes Platinum or Gold, including the first home ever to achieve Platinum certification. Plant projects have garnered significant industry recognition including the AIA’s top sustainability award, Architizer’s Jury and People Choice Awards, Green Builder Magazine’s Home of Year, Business 2.0’s ‘World’s 11 Coolest Products,’ and Businessweek’s “Architectural Wonders of the World.”
Plant is seeking a project manager to expertly facilitate and manage the execution of the various projects being built in our Rialto and Ontario factories. Plant Project Managers are the central point of contact and information for our projects and accountable to ensure that every project is completed on-time, on-budget, and with high customer satisfaction. Project Managers work closely and seamlessly with factory and field personnel, purchasing, estimating, and design teams to ensure project delivery. The ideal candidate will be able to expertly manage project schedules (including Gantt charting and timelines), information flow, costs, RFIs, change orders, subcontractor relations, bid write-ups, and processes for submittals. The position will be based in our Rialto, CA offices and report to the Head of Project Management.
Work with clients to identify and define project requirements, scope of work, and objectives during the preconstruction and construction process.
Review and prepare project proposal/plans and contracts including time frame, funding margins, procedures, and scope of work.
Provide specifications and scope of work documents for the client’s contract.
Coordinate the creation of project objectives, schedules, and budgets, coordinating and communicating with clients, architects, developers, general contractors, engineers, MEP designers, state and local jurisdictions, and Plant staff.
Coordinate value engineering efforts and alternative solutions with project owner, designers, engineers, and subcontractors.
Coordinate project team to ensure timely submittals, requests for information (RFIs), and plan revisions.
Create and submit accurate change orders in a timely fashion.
Coordinate procurement schedules and provide takeoffs to the purchasing department to ensure accurate and timely delivery of materials.
Monitor project progress and resolve issues as they arise.
Act as the primary point of contact and communicate project status to all stakeholders.
Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation, plans, reports, pictures, and videos.
Ensure that quality standards and requirements are met for all projects.
Prepare weekly and monthly reports (including progress photo documentation).
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Engineering, architecture, or construction management degree; additional PMP or Project Management certification preferred
7-10 years of hands-on experience in a management role in ground-up residential, multi-family construction or related trades, including 5-7 years in project management, from conception to delivery; modular construction experience preferred
Minimum 2 years of experience working with high-end, custom homes
Ability to prepare and interpret flowcharts, schedules, and step-by-step action plans
Solid organizational skills, including multitasking and time management
Strong written and verbal communication skills
High proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word
High proficiency in estimating and takeoff software (e.g., PlanSwift, Sage, or similar)
High proficiency in project management software (e.g., Microsoft Projects, PlanGrid, or similar)
Strong, working knowledge of blueprints, architectural plans, and structural plans
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and dedication to the mission of Plant Prefab
Salary, discretionary bonus, and stock options commensurate with experience and skills
Medical, vision, and dental insurance
The opportunity to work with great architects, engineers, and leaders and meaningfully contribute to projects that improve the quality of life for people and the planet
Please apply on Paylocity, taking care to complete all required fields.
All applicants must be authorized to legally work in the U.S. (sorry, no sponsorship is available) and subject to passing drug, reference, and background checks. Plant Prefab has an ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.