Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Medical Equipment and IT, and in close coordination with the Director of Project Delivery, the Project Manager (PM) will be part of delivering the design and construction for a highly complex project - the proposed new Hospital at UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights (NHPH). Investment in the future of UCSF Health at the Parnassus Heights campus is critical to the survival and continued growth of the UCSF Health system. To create more access for patients and advance the research and education mission, we must think well into the future and plan accordingly. The Parnassus Heights health facilities need to be replaced and/or renovated for UCSF to meet legislated seismic deadlines of 2030 of which we are required to comply. Equally as important, however, is that investing in our facilities is a way of investing in our providers, patients, and staff by creating a more inviting, functional, and state-of-the-art building in which to provide care.
The project budget is estimated to be approximately $3.8 Billion. The project is currently in the Design Development phase, with a first patient date in 2030.
Project Manager is accountable to the Medical Center to provide the project on schedule, within budget, high quality, cost effective and appropriate to the client's needs. The Project Manager organizes, plans, and controls the design and construction effort. This may involve recommending professional design staff; coordinating the activities of clients, design professionals (architects, engineers, etc.), contractors, inspectors, and others associated with the project; monitoring project progress, cost, and quality; resolving problems that arise in the project; working with state agency officials to ensure compliance and safety. The PM has first line responsibility to communicate effectively with project stakeholders regarding program, budget, and schedule and construction impact.
PM supports the project team through all the phases of the project, from A/E selection, conceptual design, Design Development, CD's, permitting, bid, construction, commissioning, occupancy, and warranty. Coordinate all project activities with the operations of the Medical Center and Campus stakeholders.
PM Defines working criteria for a proposed project, determining the hazardous materials, infection control, phasing of work, and fire and life safety requirements that are necessary. Estimate the design review efforts for a project to assure that the quality of the construction documents is sufficient to minimize the risk of cost overruns during construction.
PM Coordinate the efforts of the Inspector of Record, state agencies (e.g., OSHPD), the builders, the designers and University representatives to ensure code compliance and quality of work, and a constructive relationship with the regulators. Prepare and verify that all required documentation is completed prior to occupancy or authorized approval of a project.
PM to focus on Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Technology disciplines (MEP). PM will collaborate with, and coordinate closely with, other University NHPH Stakeholders, including but not limited to UCSF Health Facilities and UCSF Health Information Technology (IT). PM will work closely with other NHPH PMs to coordinate scope of work and decision making..
PM will need to help lead and facilitate meetings and working groups including UCSF stakeholders, Designers, and Builders to support a variety of MEPT challenges. PM to participate in Target Value Design (TVD) process which helps keep the project on track financially. PM will need to work collaboratively with the rest of the UCSF staff and the Project Team to promote a project culture that maximizes value for NHPH.
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