Construction Management Agent (CMa) for Federal Projects


Precision’s goal is to implement state-of-the-art technology combined with grounded in-field experience, to effectively monitor and track the progress of the project. This approach allows for fair and reasonable change management and timely resolution of potential problems. Our process enables owners to have real-time access to the status of projects

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Construction, Engineering, Architecture, or related field
  • Able to relocate to required projects within the United States
  • Must have military base access to or be eligible to obtain base access
  • Minimum of 10 years of construction management experience
  • Prior experience with federal Department of Defense (DoD) projects
  • OSHA 30-hour Certification
  • Individual shall have experience with utilities, drainage, earthwork, site work, irrigation, trades, i.e architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, irrigation, landscaping, hardscaping
  • Prior military experience is a plus but not required


  • Project Manager Professional (PMP) – preferred but not required
  • Certified Construction Manager (CCM) – preferred but not required


During the Design Stage, the CMa is to provide constructability and maintainability reviews, schedule, and budget analysis, pay application analysis and other general administrative functions in aiding the delivery of projects. The CMa will be part of the Project Delivery Team until the completion of the Project. The CMa is directed to review the milestone data and participate in the team as a proactive member throughout the project until the post-occupancy phase.

Provide GSA with sound management advice regarding all services to be performed on projects under the SOW. A primary project goal shall be to achieve the best quality and value while controlling the schedule and budget. The CMa shall take initiative in anticipating and resolving issues to minimize or eliminate their adverse impact on the project schedule, budget, and approved design. The CMa shall take the initiative and act to mitigate circumstances that could lead to claims, by helping to resolve conflicts promptly and keep GSA advised of any potential disputes and project delays.

The CMa shall exercise due diligence to ensure that the project meets applicable requirements, codes, regulations, standards, and the project Construction Documents. The CMa shall oversee the reviews, validations, and updates of the PRD by the A/E throughout the Design and Construction Stages. Confirm incorporation of information gained from the Predesign surveys, studies, and analyses into the PRD. Throughout all services performed under this contract, the CMa shall ensure that the project follows the PRD. 

The CMa shall establish and maintain communication and professional relationships with GSA, tenant agency representatives, CMc, A/E, and all other Project Delivery Team members throughout all project stages. The CMa shall consult and coordinate with federal, state, regional, and local agencies as required for project reviews and compliance. CMa is to refer to P­100 for all information regarding Codes to be utilized on this Project.  P­100 also includes all information regarding Federal laws, Regulations, and Standards.

The CMa shall conduct the Owner’s Reviews to ensure that:

  • The design is responsive to the GSA and Court program goals, objectives, and priorities.
  • The completed facility can be efficiently operated and maintained.
  • The design adequately and efficiently accommodates the space program.
  • Interests of local community groups and other external stakeholders are considered and accommodated to the extent possible.


  • Conducts and carries out portions of daily inspections of site work, building construction work; documents discrepancies, code violations, improper materials or techniques in the application of materials, substandard or poor-quality workmanship; monitors schedules on various aspects of ongoing daily activities to identify and mitigate project slippage and coordinate project phasing.
  • Reviews contractor’s submittals and RFIs; maintains accurate and complete job files including as-built drawings and specifications; identifies progress delays and recommends appropriate corrective measures to the SRE toward mitigating delays and maintaining the progress schedule.
  • Keep thorough records of all construction-related matters to assist the owner in conflict resolution
  • Assist in the documentation of the administration of construction contract changes (issues proposal request, preparing cost estimates, reviewing cost proposal, assisting VA in negotiations, preparing change order packages for the Contracting Officer (SRE)).

Pay is based on experience, geographic location, and is negotiable.