Location : Hong Kong
We are seeking a Construction Manager whom will assist the Project Director in directing the Peak Tram Upgrade Project contractors in terms of construction planning, pre-construction activities, site safety, progress, quality and coordination.
Exceptional opportunity and timing as we undergo a $684 million Peak Tram Upgrade Project
Work closely with Project Director, General Manager and management team
Competitive employee benefits including medical and gratuity
Lead all daily construction matters for the Peak Tram Upgrade project.
Support the Project Director in administering the construction contracts and reporting where necessary.
Work closely with Peak Tramways team and the consultant team on both pre / construction planning and implementation.
Provide advice on and overview of construction activities generated by the consultant team including civil engineering, structural engineering, interior design, etc.
Support Project Director to lead the project team in monitoring project programmes, progress, submission and approvals.
Oversee all construction activities and sequencing, drive the contractors performance.
Validate, test and challenge reporting generated by the contractor and consultant team.
Review and report on construction programme and, with the project team to mitigate delay risks.
General Requirements :
Higher Diploma or above in construction disciplines, preferably in Quantity Surveying
Minimum 5 years’ management experience in construction management
Positive, self-motivated and independent
Well-organised with strong analytical skill
1 year contract, extension depends on project need
About The Peak Complex
One of the world’s most spectacular city skyline views can be found at Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak, with The Peak Tower offering a dynamic retail and commercial property.
Our journey started in 1888 when the Peak Tram was established as Asia’s first funicular railway, and an hour-long trip to the Peak by sedan chair was replaced by an exhilarating ride of under ten minutes.
Today, this remarkable feat of engineering remains one of the most photographed icons of Hong Kong and is one of the top tourist attractions in the city, carrying six million passengers annually.