VP Construction Jobs in Wyoming

Vice Presidents of Construction oversee all phases of the project process—including design, budget, and building—for entire companies or individual divisions, and so must have comprehensive knowledge and training regarding all aspects of the project. Often this requires visits to the construction site to ensure that guidelines for maintaining a safe and efficient working environment are being met.

A VP of Construction is very involved in the economic aspect of the company; they determine competitive pricing, oversee other departments’ budgets, create effective business strategies, and are generally responsible for overall company profit. They also form and maintain positive relationships with potential clients and business partners. This challenging career path almost always requires sound, hands-on experience in at least one construction discipline before moving into a role focused on strategy and management.

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