Allison-Smith Company is a premier electrical contracting, communications, engineering, and technology firm and we have been one of the South’s leading electrical contractors for over 75 years. Our headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia and most of our projects historically have been in the Southeastern United States. Projects range from $100 to $200M in many different submarkets of commercial and industrial work. We also have a full-time, in-house preconstruction, prefabrication, modular solutions, engineering, and BIM (CAD) services, which enables us to design and stamp electrical and telecommunications drawings.
Our management has a broad spectrum of experience from new tenant buildouts to industrial plants.
We employ individuals with electrical, mechanical, industrial, and civil engineering, or construction management degrees. We also employ Professional Engineers (P.E.) and Registered Communications Distribution Designers (RCDD).
“We build problem-solvers.”
If you consider yourself a problem-solver, team player, strong organizer, strategic thinker with excellent communication skills, and a great attitude where it is infectious, we would like to meet you.
Our Core Values
Care, Lead, Succeed
We take great pride in our engineering approach to the construction business, and project managers can expect to be involved with project from the design phase (design-build and design-assist) all the way through the application of the design and completion of the project.
Some project managers are licensed professional engineers. This gives unlicensed project managers the opportunity to enhance his or her knowledge through peer-to-peer interaction.
In addition to the daily interaction with peers and senior project managers, who serve as a daily mentor to support growth as a project manager, we have weekly project manager meetings, monthly project financial reviews, and semi-annual employee reviews.
Responsibilities and Qualifications
The ideal candidate will assist and support mid-senior project managers in all phases of electrical work including project acquisition (identification, estimating strategy, cost/proposal development, negotiation, value engineering, site logistics review, pre-fabrication planning), project preconstruction (team development, planning, procurement), project construction (scheduling, team/relationship building, change management, issue resolution, cost projections, billing), and project close-out (final documentation, owner training, contract reconciliation, final billing).
Task / Percentage of time spent duty:
- Project Acquisition – 30%
- Project Preconstruction – 20%
- Project Construction – 40%
- Project Close-Out – 10%
Medical ∙ disabilities ∙ life insurance (100% employer paid); critical care, dental, family life insurance, and vision; health saving account (HSA) (employer funded); 401k retirement and profit sharing; financial advisory services ∙ onsite fitness center ∙ health and wellness program (100% employer-paid); employee assistance program (EAP); training and development (100% employer-paid); Teladoc, One Medical and KisX concierge services; vacation, paid holidays, and sick leave.
We value our employees and their families and offer a flexible work-life balance.
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