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"I have worked for large construction companies in the DFW area, and they don’t come close compared to Rudick. Rudick Construction Group is a family. You aren’t just a number. You, your opinions, and your work ethic are appreciated and valued. It’s been a blessing to be a part of this team."

Joe Pryor, Senior Superintendent

"You’ll never work for someone that cares about his employees and their families more than Gary Rudick. I am blessed to have been a part of the Rudick family for most of my adult life. Gary’s seen my family grow, and I have seen the same for his. It’s a journey that means a lot to my family and me. I read somewhere years ago that Family is like branches on a tree, we all grow in different directions, yet our roots remain as one. So I would invite anyone to work with us… you’ll see."

Jamie Simon, CFO

"At Rudick, we strive to build great projects with great people – our people. We treat others the way we want to be treated, up & down the leadership hierarchy. Rudick truly has that “family feel”. Everyone has bought into the bigger picture and is constantly working to achieve the greater goal. No cliques. No segregation. Just teamwork."

Nicholas Grinnan, Project Executive, Division Manager

"The team at Rudick Group encourages growth and motivates me to do my best work. If you’re looking to advance and build a successful career, come grow with us."

Chris Wilson, CTO & Executive Vice President

"Working at Rudick is like working with a big group of family and friends. We all genuinely care and appreciate one another. We want to see our people succeed in life!"

Hunter McKay, Project Executive, Division Manager

"Rudick Construction Group is a company that keeps family at the center of everything we do. There’s not a company I know of that has your back & always ensures everyone & their families are taken care of like Rudick. They push you hard to grow into what they truly believe you can become like a father, but love & cherish their people like a mother; then there always has to be some fun in there with your coworkers poking fun & enjoying each other like brothers & sisters. There’s no other place like it!"

Ryan Short, Senior Preconstruction Manager

Building a team of the right people is a top priority and an initiative taken seriously at Rudick Construction across all levels of the organization.  No matter what title or job description one of our people holds, as a company, we give each other opportunities for growth, both professionally and personally. 

Preconstruction Manager

Qualifications

  • Degree in construction management or related field
  • Minimum (2) years’ experience in construction or related field
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Technical skills including MS Office Suite, estimating software, scheduling software

Summary

Pre-Construction Manager works in tandem with the company’s business development efforts with a focus on preparing estimates while building successful teams for proposal development and delivery, planning for execution and bridging the communications between customer and project execution to create an environment for successful contract. This role is responsible for the proposal development process and coordinating with design consultants and estimating staff.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Manage projects through various phases of preconstruction (budget, estimate, bid, turnover, etc)
  • Manage pre-construction process for effective customer relationships, internal efficiencies and company profitability
  • Coordinate work across multiple internal departments, as well as outside subcontractors and engineering consultants
  • Perform quantity takeoff and produce detailed estimates
  • Perform constructability analysis and value engineering efforts
  • Manage bid process (document management, subcontractor invitations, bid forms, proposals, etc.)
  • Procure and analyze subcontractor proposals
  • Develop instructions to bidders and associated bid documentation with assistance from field staff
  • Create proposal deliverables including pricing, construction schedules, site logistics, etc
  • Present proposal deliverables to clients, architects, and additional stakeholders
  • Conduct meetings including clients, architects/engineers, and subcontractors

 Relationships

  • Foster existing client and subcontractor relationships
  • Foster cross department relationships within Rudick Construction Group
  • General networking with clients and subcontractors
  • Cultivate and pursue project opportunities

Preconstruction Manager

Qualifications

  • Degree in construction management or related field
  • Minimum (2) years’ experience in construction or related field
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Technical skills including MS Office Suite, estimating software, scheduling software

Summary

Pre-Construction Manager works in tandem with the company’s business development efforts with a focus on preparing estimates while building successful teams for proposal development and delivery, planning for execution and bridging the communications between customer and project execution to create an environment for successful contract. This role is responsible for the proposal development process and coordinating with design consultants and estimating staff.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Manage projects through various phases of preconstruction (budget, estimate, bid, turnover, etc)
  • Manage pre-construction process for effective customer relationships, internal efficiencies and company profitability
  • Coordinate work across multiple internal departments, as well as outside subcontractors and engineering consultants
  • Perform quantity takeoff and produce detailed estimates
  • Perform constructability analysis and value engineering efforts
  • Manage bid process (document management, subcontractor invitations, bid forms, proposals, etc.)
  • Procure and analyze subcontractor proposals
  • Develop instructions to bidders and associated bid documentation with assistance from field staff
  • Create proposal deliverables including pricing, construction schedules, site logistics, etc
  • Present proposal deliverables to clients, architects, and additional stakeholders
  • Conduct meetings including clients, architects/engineers, and subcontractors

 Relationships

  • Foster existing client and subcontractor relationships
  • Foster cross department relationships within Rudick Construction Group
  • General networking with clients and subcontractors
  • Cultivate and pursue project opportunities

Executive Assistant

Qualifications

  • Minimum (2) years’ experience in a Corporate Administrative Role
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Time management and ability to meet deadlines
  • Technical skills including MS Office Suite
  • Ability to work within and coordinate at every level of an organization
  • Proactivity and self-direction

Summary

The primary responsibility of this role is to provide senior level administrative support. The successful candidate will have a multi-tasked manner of thinking, be highly self-motivated and directed, possess exceptional administrative and strong interpersonal skills. The main function of this role is to provide high-level administrative support by conducting research, handling information requests and performing clerical functions on behalf of the executive team. The Executive Assistant acts as information and communication manager for the office.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Supervise general office duties such as ordering supplies and performing basic bookkeeping tasks such as expense reporting.
  • Read and analyze incoming memos, submissions, and reports to determine their significance and plan their distribution.
  • Prepare agendas and make arrangements for internal meetings, committee, board and other external events.
  • Make arrangements for travel, planning meetings, etc.
  • Interact with customers and colleagues by phone and in person to provide accurate and timely feedback for all requests
  • Organize and assist the process of special projects as needed.
  • Provide high level executive support by managing calendars and day to day routine; accommodate unexpected meetings, visitors and any last-minute changes to daily schedule

Contracts Manager

Ground up opportunity to establish and build Rudick’s growing Contracts and Risk Management department. At Rudick you will carve your own path with the full support of executive level management. We are seeking an experienced professional with 5 years’ experience in the related area as an individual contributor. Extensive knowledge of the contracting function, department processes and company policies.

We are open to experienced professionals with any of the following credentials; CRM, CRIS, Attorneys, Risk management experience and individuals with an MBA.

 Job Summary:

The Contracts Manager manages contract administration and provides guidance on complex contracts terms prior to execution.  Prepares contracts, and administers public, private, and program management contracts in accordance with company policies and legal requirements. Contracts Manager reports to the Chief Financial Officer.  


Key RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Insurance and Bond Administration
  • Submit for review all contracts to Insurance broker for compliance with prime contract requirements.
  • Manage all Builder’s Risk policies, monitor and maintain coverage throughout the duration of the project.
  • Submit for review all prime contracts to Surety broker for compliance with the prime contract requirements.
  • Request all performance and payment bonds, bond riders, bid bonds, contractor bonds, maintenance bonds and close out each bond following the warranty period during quarterly reporting with Surety.

 

  1. Compliance/Prequalification Management
  • Oversee the compliance of subcontractors within all companies for General Liability, Automobile Liability, Umbrella Liability, Worker’s Compensation, Professional Liability (when applicable), Commercial License, Registration with the Secretary of State, Pre-Qualification and Master Subcontract Agreement/Amendments.

 

  • Maintain the Avetta third party database for Subcontractor Pre-Qualification, Short Form Pre-Qualifications, Exemptions and update policy as necessary.
  • Review any submissions rejected for non-compliance; coordinate for approval any Financial variances with the CFO.
    • Communicate with Project Teams including Superintendents any out of compliance Subcontractors who are onsite with expired Worker’s Compensation. Monitor for renewal and compliance and communicate any further action required when subcontractor is non-responsive.
    • Distribute updated compliance reports on a project specific basis upon receipt of payment notifications.
    • Provide monthly KPI status update for Substantial Completion, Subcontractor Compliance and Buy Out Effectiveness.
  1. Master Subcontract and Purchase Order Terms Review/Negotiations
    • Interprets contract terms and conditions to help resolve issues and answer questions submitted by Subcontractors, Vendors and Service Providers.
    • Maintain Master Terms Library to utilize for consistency on negotiations.
    • Coordinate with Subcontractors and Project Team the review and negotiations on proposed modifications to the Terms and Conditions of the MSA, MPO and PSA.
    • Oversees the buyout process for all companies. Participate in buy-out calls as necessary.
    • Monitors compliance of subcontract requirements ensuring all conditions are satisfied before final execution.
    • Review for approval all master documents (exhibits to the PWO/PPO) prior to releasing commitments on projects.
    • Review and confirm all push down requirements are incorporated into subcontract/PWO/PPO agreements as “Special Conditions”.
    • Modify contract agreements templates to align with the business unit specific needs.
    • Facilitate all updates to Rudick’s Master Documents for Invoicing Manual, Procedure Manuals and Master Terms and Conditions.

 

  1. Owner Contract Review and Administration
    • Place all Supplemental Conditions inline for review in AIA Contract Documents.
    • Manages AIA Program for Owner Contract Documents, Owner Change Orders, Applications for Payment, Certificate of Substantial Completion, Consent of Surety, etc.
    • Review Contract Documents for compliance with the acceptable terms and conditions for each business unit; prepare comments from initial review and initiate internal contract review with the Project Team. Engage Insurance broker/legal counsel when necessary.
    • Distribute Contract Documents to Insurance and Surety brokers for review, compliance and pricing.
    • Prepare Owner Contract Checklist prior to execution of contract.
    • Coordinate Contract Execution with Owner.
    • Record Notice of Contract/Contract, GMP Amendment, Change Orders, Certificate of Substantial Completion and monitor lien period and request Clear Lien Certificate.
    • Monitor the return of the fully executed Contract Agreements, including but not limited to, Contract, Recorded Contract/Notice of Contract with Bonds, Evidence of Commercial Property Insurance, Certificate of Liability and any coordinating Affidavits.
    • Maintain templates for all common contract types with preferred terms and conditions.
    • Monitor execution process throughout the project from Contract Draft through Request for Clear Lien Certificate


Professional Qualifications:

  • Educational qualifications – 2 year associates degree or equivalent experience
  • Experience of 10+ years in the Construction Industry
  • Experience of 5+ years in the related area as individual contributor.
  • Strong computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft office programs.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills are essential.
  • Ability to function in a high stress, fast paced, deadline driven environment.
  • Adapt to change

You will do well here if you are…

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about people
  • Experience in Subcontractor Default Insurance Preferred.
  • Organizational Agility – Knowledgeable about how organizations work; knows how to get things done both through formal channels and the informal network; understands the origin and reasoning behind key policies, practices, and procedures; understands the cultures of organizations.
  • Organizing – Can marshal resources (people, funding, material, and support) to get things done
  • Time Management – uses his/her time effectively and efficiently; values time; concentrates his/her effort on the more important priorities; gets more done in less time than others; can attend to the broader range of activities.

 

Contracts Manager

Ground up opportunity to establish and build Rudick’s growing Contracts and Risk Management department. At Rudick you will carve your own path with the full support of executive level management. We are seeking an experienced professional with 5 years’ experience in the related area as an individual contributor. Extensive knowledge of the contracting function, department processes and company policies.

We are open to experienced professionals with any of the following credentials; CRM, CRIS, Attorneys, Risk management experience and individuals with an MBA.

 Job Summary:

The Contracts Manager manages contract administration and provides guidance on complex contracts terms prior to execution.  Prepares contracts, and administers public, private, and program management contracts in accordance with company policies and legal requirements. Contracts Manager reports to the Chief Financial Officer.  


Key RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Insurance and Bond Administration
  • Submit for review all contracts to Insurance broker for compliance with prime contract requirements.
  • Manage all Builder’s Risk policies, monitor and maintain coverage throughout the duration of the project.
  • Submit for review all prime contracts to Surety broker for compliance with the prime contract requirements.
  • Request all performance and payment bonds, bond riders, bid bonds, contractor bonds, maintenance bonds and close out each bond following the warranty period during quarterly reporting with Surety.

 

  1. Compliance/Prequalification Management
  • Oversee the compliance of subcontractors within all companies for General Liability, Automobile Liability, Umbrella Liability, Worker’s Compensation, Professional Liability (when applicable), Commercial License, Registration with the Secretary of State, Pre-Qualification and Master Subcontract Agreement/Amendments.

 

  • Maintain the Avetta third party database for Subcontractor Pre-Qualification, Short Form Pre-Qualifications, Exemptions and update policy as necessary.
  • Review any submissions rejected for non-compliance; coordinate for approval any Financial variances with the CFO.
    • Communicate with Project Teams including Superintendents any out of compliance Subcontractors who are onsite with expired Worker’s Compensation. Monitor for renewal and compliance and communicate any further action required when subcontractor is non-responsive.
    • Distribute updated compliance reports on a project specific basis upon receipt of payment notifications.
    • Provide monthly KPI status update for Substantial Completion, Subcontractor Compliance and Buy Out Effectiveness.
  1. Master Subcontract and Purchase Order Terms Review/Negotiations
    • Interprets contract terms and conditions to help resolve issues and answer questions submitted by Subcontractors, Vendors and Service Providers.
    • Maintain Master Terms Library to utilize for consistency on negotiations.
    • Coordinate with Subcontractors and Project Team the review and negotiations on proposed modifications to the Terms and Conditions of the MSA, MPO and PSA.
    • Oversees the buyout process for all companies. Participate in buy-out calls as necessary.
    • Monitors compliance of subcontract requirements ensuring all conditions are satisfied before final execution.
    • Review for approval all master documents (exhibits to the PWO/PPO) prior to releasing commitments on projects.
    • Review and confirm all push down requirements are incorporated into subcontract/PWO/PPO agreements as “Special Conditions”.
    • Modify contract agreements templates to align with the business unit specific needs.
    • Facilitate all updates to Rudick’s Master Documents for Invoicing Manual, Procedure Manuals and Master Terms and Conditions.

 

  1. Owner Contract Review and Administration
    • Place all Supplemental Conditions inline for review in AIA Contract Documents.
    • Manages AIA Program for Owner Contract Documents, Owner Change Orders, Applications for Payment, Certificate of Substantial Completion, Consent of Surety, etc.
    • Review Contract Documents for compliance with the acceptable terms and conditions for each business unit; prepare comments from initial review and initiate internal contract review with the Project Team. Engage Insurance broker/legal counsel when necessary.
    • Distribute Contract Documents to Insurance and Surety brokers for review, compliance and pricing.
    • Prepare Owner Contract Checklist prior to execution of contract.
    • Coordinate Contract Execution with Owner.
    • Record Notice of Contract/Contract, GMP Amendment, Change Orders, Certificate of Substantial Completion and monitor lien period and request Clear Lien Certificate.
    • Monitor the return of the fully executed Contract Agreements, including but not limited to, Contract, Recorded Contract/Notice of Contract with Bonds, Evidence of Commercial Property Insurance, Certificate of Liability and any coordinating Affidavits.
    • Maintain templates for all common contract types with preferred terms and conditions.
    • Monitor execution process throughout the project from Contract Draft through Request for Clear Lien Certificate


Professional Qualifications:

  • Educational qualifications – 2 year associates degree or equivalent experience
  • Experience of 10+ years in the Construction Industry
  • Experience of 5+ years in the related area as individual contributor.
  • Strong computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft office programs.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills are essential.
  • Ability to function in a high stress, fast paced, deadline driven environment.
  • Adapt to change

You will do well here if you are…

  • Compassionate – Genuinely cares about people
  • Experience in Subcontractor Default Insurance Preferred.
  • Organizational Agility – Knowledgeable about how organizations work; knows how to get things done both through formal channels and the informal network; understands the origin and reasoning behind key policies, practices, and procedures; understands the cultures of organizations.
  • Organizing – Can marshal resources (people, funding, material, and support) to get things done
  • Time Management – uses his/her time effectively and efficiently; values time; concentrates his/her effort on the more important priorities; gets more done in less time than others; can attend to the broader range of activities.

 

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