Located in Collingwood, Ontario, Blake Farrow Project Management Inc specializes in custom home builds, residential renovations, and the construction of resort and commercial properties in Caledon, Mulmur, Creemore, Collingwood, and Parry Sound/Muskoka. We are committed to making our customers’ building experience enjoyable and to deliver unique spaces to live, work, & play.
Within this full-time role of Project Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible to oversee and manage ongoing projects, report on project progress, manage relationships and monitor budgets to ensure a successful build and smooth experience for the trades, BF Project team and the customer.
The responsibilities would include, but not limited to the following: – Management of project planning strategy to define build scope, contribute to preparation of budgets, create schedule for construction projects and manage tendering process – Support schedule and monitor budget of projects in progress – Be the main point of contact for client and sub-contractor relations – Lead project meetings – Set expectations and manage team activity to ensure competence, compliance and effectiveness in their roles
Candidate must be:
– Able to deal effectively with a heavy volume of project tasks while being detail oriented
– Able to juggle multiple priorities and handle urgency calmly
– Organized, self motivated, with critical time management skills
– Impeccable communication, problem solving, influencing and interpersonal skills
– Excellent knowledge of construction, contracts management and build project estimating
– Knowledgeable of Ontario Building Code procedures
– Proficient in MS Office and MS Project
– Salary, plus vehicle/mobile phone allowance (Must have drivers’ license & own vehicle)
– Experience: 5 years preferred in Residential Construction and Project Management
Interested Candidates should provide their resume and references to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. Only successful candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Ontario Extending Stay-at-Home Order across Most of the Province to Save Lives
February 8, 2021
Public Health Units to Gradually Return to the COVID-19 Response Framework
TORONTO — In consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, the government is moving to a regional approach and maintaining the shutdown in the majority of the public health regions in Ontario, including the Stay-at-Home order and all existing public health and workplace safety measures. When it is safe to do so, the province will gradually transition each region from the shutdown measures to a revised and strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open (the “Framework”).
Details were provided today by Premier Doug Ford, Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, Solicitor General Sylvia Jones, and Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of Health.
“Our number one priority will always be protecting the health and safety of all individuals, families and workers across the province,” said Premier Ford. “But we must also consider the severe impact COVID-19 is having on our businesses. That’s why we have been listening to business owners, and we are strengthening and adjusting the Framework to allow more businesses to safely reopen and get people back to work.”
To support the province’s economic recovery, the government has updated the Framework to allow for a safer approach to retail. Limited in-person shopping in Grey-Lockdown zones will be permitted with public health and safety measures, such as limiting capacity to 25 per cent in most retail settings. In addition, public health and safety measures in retail settings will be strengthened for other levels of the Framework. Individuals will also be required to wear a face covering and maintain physical distance when indoors in a business, with limited exceptions.
Other measures include a requirement for individuals to wear a face covering when attending an organized public event or gathering (where permitted) if they are within two metres distance of another individual who is not part of their household (both indoor and outdoor). All other requirements for gatherings and organized public events would be maintained.
The Barrie Construction Association Member Directory is an annual publication that lists all BCA member companies. It is distributed to all members as well as key individuals in purchasing departments throughout Simcoe County and beyond.
This handy guide lists all members alphabetically and by division. Advertisements are placed within your divisional category making your company stand out above the rest! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to showcase yourself to over 350 members and procurement professionals in our region! Click on the price links below to purchase ad space.
Full Page Advertisement (4.75″ x 7.5″)
Half Page Advertisement (4.75″ x 3.5″)
Business Card Size Advertisement (4.75″ X 1.75″)
Formats accepted are JPEG, PDF and TIFF.
Changes can be made to existing artwork. The fee starts at $50 but may be higher depending on the scope of work. Details can be discussed with Bryony prior to confirming ad placement in the 2020 edition.
All new ads will be charged a one time set up fee of $30 + HST
For further details, please contact Bryony at email@example.com
Commercial Construction Project Coordinator
Westcott Build Inc is a locally owned commercial Construction firm that delivers quality results and a high level of customer service to our clients throughout Simcoe County, Muskoka the GTA and beyond.
As a new and progressive company 2021 is shaping up to be an incredibly busy year. As such we are looking to expand our team so we can continue to offer the level of service our customers have become accustomed to.
The Project Coordinator’s specific duties will include but are not limited to, Subtrade tendering, Bid Reviews, work scope creation and review, site supervision, invoicing, subtrade scheduling, project scheduling, material take off’s and orders.
If you are an experienced construction Project Coordinator who is looking for a new opportunity please send you resume, along with salary expectations to Matt@Westcottbuild.ca.
A valid driver license and access to a reliable vehicle is a must as work locations vary.
Multiple resumes available for Electrical or Plumber Apprentices that are current or graduated students from the Skilled Trades College of Canada.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for copies.