Pete Fowler Construction does three key things: (1.) Building inspection & testing of many types; (2.) Construction management, specifically cost estimating and building-rehabilitation management for owners; and (3.) Building claims & litigation consulting, including expert testimony, related to everything imaginable that could make someone sad, mad, or frustrated about real estate. Virtually everyone on the team has specialized training and expertise in one of four disciplines: (1.) Building Performance Analysis, (2.) Estimating & Building Economics, (3.) Construction Contracting & Management, and (4.) Project Management.
We have a unique system… It’s like a professional-services solutions-factory, where we combine: (1.) Technical Expertise, plus (2.) Project Management Discipline, plus (3.) Proprietary Technology, plus (4.) Applying the highest standards, from industry when possible, or those we develop ourselves; Results is the sum of this combination. Every year we work on projects as widely varying as single-family residences, multi-family projects, mixed-use developments, commercial, institutional, industrial, low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise construction. We operate both in the private and public sectors and with for-profit as well as non-profit organizations.
We are focused on our customer's experiences, engineering backward, and building a sophisticated organization that is becoming the best in the world at systematically, effectively, and efficiently: (1.) Evaluating building construction, (2.) specifying solutions, (3.) estimating costs, (4.) contracting for the execution of the plans we create, (5.) managing the execution of those plans, (6.) verifying the quality of our work and the work of others, and (7.) communicating in the most understandable, professional, and compelling way.
Orange County, CA
A Project Coordinator is responsible for planning and managing the scope, budget, and schedule for each project, working with a technical expert to ensure all work conforms with PFCS' high standards, and reporting progress regularly in project portfolio reviews. The right candidate is someone who is intelligent, action-oriented, hard working and professional - with a thorough attention to detail (A little bit of OCD is the right amount ;). She/he thrives in a collaborative environment that values integrity and quality work.
Remote / Orange County, CA
We are looking for a part-time, hands-on Controller to join our management team. Our business is a rapidly growing, more than 30-person team of building consultants and project managers. Our Controller will have a minimum of 10 years experience and a Bachelors degree in Accounting. This team member will be someone who can manage the cash flow, work efficiently in QuickBooks and perform the high-level analysis that is needed. In the past, this position has taken approximately 40-hours per month. The Controller will work remotely and attend monthly, all-day management meetings in San Clemente.
We are looking for an experienced Roofer or Roof Consultant to conduct in-depth evaluations of existing roof and attic assemblies in Oregon and Washington. The ideal Consultant will (1.) access roofs and attics safely, (2.) inspect and document thoroughly with photographs, notes, diagrams and checklists, (3.) analyze and summarize that data and turn it into information that non-technical people can understand, and (4.) provide expert conclusions communicated in plain English both in writing and verbally to clients. The Consultant needs to be familiar with common roof construction and installation practices, building codes, manufacturer's instructions, and maintenance requirements for roofs and attics. Our goal is to develop a long-term relationship with a Consultant who is able to conduct inspections for PFCS on a regular basis, working as an Independent Contractor out of our Portland office.
Mechanical, Electrical, and/or Plumbing Expert or Experts
We are looking for a Mechanical, Electrical, and/or Plumbing Expert or Experts interested in contract work. The ideal Consultant's duties will include inspection and thorough documentation with photographs, notes, diagrams and checklists, construction document analysis, preparation of technical reports, and for some, construction cost estimating. The perfect candidate is comfortable with technology, works collaboratively, enjoys attention to detail, is sharp, hardworking, and a good communicator. The Consultant will analyze and summarize data and turn it into information that non-technical people can understand, and provide expert conclusions communicated in plain English both in writing and verbally to clients. The Consultant needs to be familiar with common construction practices, building codes, manufacturer's instructions, and maintenance requirements. Our goal is to develop a long term relationship with a Consultant who is able to work with PFCS on a regular basis, working as an Independent Contractor out of our San Clemente office. Applicable licenses and professional registrations are generally required.