HVAC/BAS Controls Project Manager - CT TRANE

Ingersoll Rand
Rocky Hill
Oct 18, 2016
Oct 19, 2016
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time
Trane in Connecticut has a new exciting opportunity to join our organization as a Controls Project Manager! As a B, you will manage all aspects of HVAC and Building Automation Control projects, from beginning to end, with direct responsibility for project execution while leading a team, or teams, to accomplish specific objectives in a given time frame and with available resources. You will also be responsible for the administration, implementation, and management of control projects and accountable for assigned project's scope of work, schedule, and budget. Trane always focuses on a total solution to provide our customers with the most energy efficient buildings!

This is a critical role in our Contracting/Controls team - and the successful candidate will be someone who has experience working directly with Controls systems in a commercial setting.


* Bachelor's Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or Construction Management with a minimum of five (5) years of HVAC controls project management experience (Applied Projects) or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

* Large scale Applied Project experience with a proven track record of managing multiple projects simultaneously.

* Strong experience in resource / manpower planning and team leadership of multiple technicians & engineers.

* Must have strong financial and business acumen and a history of running projects on time and on budget.

* Experience working directly with building owners is a plus.

* Must be able to travel locally


* Plan and analyze assigned projects, establish schedules and project parameters and set procedures to accomplish system objectives, involving complex contracting applications.

* Communicate with customers and their representatives, including building owners, mechanical contractors, subcontractors, and field support staff.

* Examine and review contracts and estimates by performing risk analysis and developing risk plans.

* Establish an operations budget for assigned projects by revising the original estimate based on validated project scope.

* Responsible for maintaining the accuracy of the forecasted cost at completion, and controlling expenses by monitoring assigned project budget.

* Create and revise project schedules including: generating tasks, estimates, dependencies; milestones, CPM Analysis; and Histogram Analysis.

* Prepare sub-contractor request for quotation's (RFQ) including: scope statements; plans and milestone dates; specs; bonding requirements; and billing schedule of values.

* Receive and qualify subcontractor proposals; supervises work of project assigned staff, subcontractors and installers.

* Generate technician work orders: reviews plan; review progress; and prioritizes tasks.

* Meet with contractors and owners to discuss scope of project; budgets; performance; and close-out.

* Support the sales function by assisting with quote preparation and proposals.

* Responsible for project cash-flow management: progress billing, collections support and monitoring, and resource management.

* Responsible for change order management by recommending solutions, facilitating quotes and closing orders.

* Maintain customer satisfaction by investigating concerns, implementing corrective action, and communicating with customers and assigned staff.

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