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Construction Project Manager

Bonaventure Realty Group (Bonaventure) is a real estate private equity company headquartered in Arlington, VA which was founded in 1999.  Bonaventure Construction is the general contracting affiliate of Bonaventure and specializes in multifamily new construction and renovations, primarily on current and future Bonaventure properties in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern US.  Bonaventure is fully integrated to oversee every phase of the acquisition, management, and construction of our properties.

We provide a comprehensive benefits package. It includes a very generous contribution to our group health plan, dental coverage, short and long term disability, life insurance, and most importantly, we match 50% of the first 6% on our 401(k) plan. We offer 20 vacation/PTO days.

Mission Statement:

To continually exceed the expectations of our employees, customers, and investors. Provide our employees with a fun environment for personal growth, financial security, and career advancement while fostering a “sense of family.” Strive to ensure that our customers and investors receive exceptional service and value; they have a choice and they chose us.

Job Summary:

We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to serve as a Project Manager for a rapidly growing and dynamic construction group within Bonaventure. This position is responsible for completing construction projects by working closely with the General Manager and the Superintendent in planning, organizing and controlling company resources, subcontractors & vendors to ensure each project gets completed on time and on budget while maintaining & cultivating the owner/client relationship. This individual will shepherd the project process during planning and permitting process. This is an outstanding career opportunity for an experienced professional to be part of a passionate team of A players, committed to Bonaventure’s formula for success: Happy Employees=Happy Customers=Successful Business.


  • Facilitates and maintains construction field objectives daily.
  • Studies project plans and specs in order to maintain and implement control methodologies to meet budget and scheduling allocations.
  • Monitors expenditures and calculates resource needs through department heads.
  • Maintains project tracking reports and cost codes.
  • Work with Superintendent in scheduling and coordinating staff and sub-contractors.
  • Monitors and evaluates site staff performance and productivity.
  • Maintains customer relations and conducts weekly project meetings.
  • Inspects work in progress for all field staff and sub-contractors.
  • Assembles close-out information including as-builts, warranties, etc.
  • Work daily in Procore Construction Mgmt Software to organize and manage project
  • Maintains the highest level of personal integrity, professionalism, and ethical practices in all business dealings.
  • Manages wage reporting, HUD and VHDA documentation.
  • Manages Energy certification, procurement, and process.


  • 5 years of construction experience
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Two- or four-year degree preferred
  • Working knowledge of construction methods, techniques, specifications, codes, regulations and laws. OSHA 30 and CPR Certifications.
  • Good oral and written communication skills with strong organizational and multi-tasking skills.
  • Computer literate with strong emphasis in reading and understanding Blue Prints and job project specifications.
  • Procore Construction Mgmt Software experience preferred
  • VA Drivers License and able to pass a drug check and a background check
  • EarthCraft Certified
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