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Construction Site Superintendent - Energy Solutions - CMTA

CMTA, 1800 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America Req #1511
Monday, May 13, 2024
CMTA, a Legence company
CMTA is one of the fastest growing engineering firms in the U.S. with nationally recognized expertise in sustainable, high performance building engineering. We are a collaborative, competitive, innovative, and energetic group of engineers and team leaders who incorporate a holistic approach towards consulting engineering, performance contracting, and zero energy projects. We focus on finding engineers whose personalities lead them to excellence, and we provide exceptional opportunities for our employees.

The core business of our Energy Solutions division is the delivery of Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs). Simply put, our ESPCs are a viable way to upgrade and renovate facilities in a budget-neutral or even budget-positive way. The process diverts money already being spent on utilities and directs it into facility upgrades, covering scope development, design, bidding, construction management, commissioning, measurement and verification, and even ongoing energy management services. We have experience in designing the nation’s most energy efficient buildings, including many zero energy buildings. Our knowledge is unparalleled in the Guaranteed ESPC market, which allows us to dive deeper than our competitors.

Job Description:
The construction site superintendent's primary responsibility is to ensure a smooth and successful fulfillment to the contract after the design phase. A strong construction site superintendent will likely have experience with both HVAC/mechanical systems and commercial construction, and will additionally have strong communication skills (both verbal and written).

The construction site superintendent's support team consists of administrative staff in the office, other construction site superintendents, engineers, design team members, and any other team members they need to use. During heavy construction, the construction site superintendent is on-site at all times. During other project periods, the construction site superintendent may not have to be on the construction site every day, and may work at the office or possibly remotely to assist with other projects not in the heavy construction period. Travel is required to job sites.

The Construction Site Superintendent responsibilities may include:

  • Pre-Contract Activities:
    • Review project drawings for scope, constructability, and cost savings
    • Assist with pre-construction walkthroughs and subcontractor selection
  • Construction:
    • Develop construction schedule and manage subs to hit required milestones on schedule
    • Develop project safety binder and review with subcontractors
    • Administer safety program
    • Assist with managing equipment lead times
    • Order any construction related items (dumpsters, storage, etc.)
    • Lead construction review meetings
    • Weekly field reports documenting progress for the Owner
    • Assist with the commissioning effort
    • Register applicable equipment for warranties
    • Schedule factory start-ups and ensure start-up sheets are filled out, and submitted as required for warranties
    • Owner training – scheduling, coordination, etc.
    • Project punch lists
  • Post Construction:
    • Address project issues
    • Help resolve warranty issues as needed
    • Develop O&M manuals and as-builts


  • Management
  • Communication
  • Coordination
  • Training
  • Construction
  • Commissioning
  • Start-ups
  • Submittals
  • Constructability
  • Administration
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Health and Welfare Benefits
  • Health and Welfare
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Prescription drug
  • Employee assistance program
Personal Benefits
  • Paid vacation
  • Company-paid holidays
  • Sick leave
Financial Benefits
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan
  • Company-paid long-term disability insurance
  • AD&D insurance
  • Life insurance
About Legence
Legence, a Blackstone portfolio company, is an Energy Transition Accelerator™ that provides advisory services and implementation focused on financing, designing, building, and servicing complex systems in mission-critical and high performance facilities. With five decades of expertise in the built environment, Legence has a proven track record of reducing carbon emissions, implementing renewables, lowering utility costs through efficiency consumption, and making systems run better at unmatched speed and scale. To learn more about Legence and its services, visit https://www.wearelegence.com/.

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Offers of employment for this role may be contingent upon successfully passing a background check and/or drug screen. Execution of screens will vary based on role requirements and Company policy. All background checks and drug screens will be done in accordance with applicable federal, state, or local law.
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Other details

  • Pay Type Salary
  • Travel Required Yes
  • Travel % 50
  • Required Education Equivalent Experience
Location on Google Maps
  • CMTA, 1800 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America