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Construction Superintendent (New Construction)

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:

Superintendent to champion construction projects at the site level by planning, organizing and controlling project resources, subcontractors & vendors to ensure each project gets completed on time and on budget while maintaining & cultivating the owner/client relationship.


  • Has the independent responsibility to manage all field activities for large multi-family projects.
  • Ensures the proper performance of all subcontractors in both quality and timeliness of their work.
  • Perform and coordinate all duties in conjunction with the duties of the Project Manager.
  • Perform all project start-up and close-out activities.
  • Thoroughly understand, organize, and maintain all project contract documents on a regular basis.
  • Assist the Project Manager with preparation of the project construction schedule in conjunction with input from the required Subcontractors.
  • Manage the schedule to timely and successful completion.
  • Coordinate implementation of the final project budget with the Project Manager.
  • Co-conduct a Subcontractor pre-construction meeting with the Project Manager to review all Bonaventure Construction and project-specific requirements.
  • Co-conduct regular Subcontractor coordination meetings with the Project Manager.
  • Prepare and distribute all necessary project administrative documents including, but not limited to: daily reports, 3-week look ahead schedule, incident reports, safety inspection reports, material delivery tickets, investigation reports, etc.
  • Identify and resolve all on-site project-specific issues in conjunction with the Project Manager and escalate the necessary issues up to the appropriate person.
  • Implement and enforce all required Bonaventure Construction on-site Quality Control procedures.
  • Implement and enforce all required Bonaventure Construction on-site Safety procedures.


  • 5-7 years of construction experience, preferably in general contracting
  • 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.
  • Previous experience leading a job-site team preferred
  • 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.
  • Ability to travel based on project location.
  • Procore Construction Mgmt Software experience preferred
  • VA Drivers License and able to pass a drug check and a background check
  • EarthCraft Certification preferred
  • Experience in HUD/VHDA project preferred.
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