Construction Contract Administrator (CCA): Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

Opening: Dec. 01, 2013 / Closing: Jan. 31, 2014

The position requires an intimate knowledge and thorough understanding of AIA Construction Contracts and requirements, applicable codes, schedule monitoring and an understanding of materials, methods and processes of construction. Candidate is expected to be a team player and have the ability to conduct meetings with contractors, clients, agencies and project representatives. Responsible for obtaining, verifying, processing, documenting and maintaining records relevant to a project, including but not limited to claims, change proposals and change orders, request for information, correspondence, payment application, contract documents, and other related documentation.

We are a design focused firm and the CCA is responsible for promoting the design intent during the construction process.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or related field required
  • 5-8 years of experience on projects ranging in size from $5M to $80M
  • Comfortable with AutoCAD and REVIT
  • Competent with Microsoft Office



Perform the Architect’s duties stated in AIA A201 General Conditions for Construction including but not limited to field observation, submittals, project correspondence, payment applications, RFI’s, interpretation of both contract documents and performance of the work. Understand and enforce contractual obligations of all parties including requirements of the contract and monitoring compliance.  

Act as the primary representative for the design team during construction.  

Responsible for keeping the owner and project team informed of the status of the project, including contract status, compliance, modifications, potential claims and legal risks.  Ensure that all potentially legal and contractual matters are addressed efficiently and promptly.

Assist in evaluating cost and price proposals.

Please send your CV and portfolio with references as a PDF (no larger than 5MB) to Enclosed letters of recommendation are welcome as well. No phone calls will be accepted.