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Clinton, Indiana


MSI values are apparent in everything we do. INTEGRITY: We act with honesty, fairness, respect, and safety, to further a culture of unquestioned integrity. INNOVATION: We find innovative solutions that add value to our clients’ projects. We are committed to investigating and implementing new products and procedures to ensure we stay on top of advancing technology, growth within our industry, and the changing needs of our clients. SAFETY: Protecting the health and safety of every employee is our top priority and is the foundation of our success. We incorporate safety and risk management procedures into our daily operations and ensure integration throughout the entire MSI organization. FLEXIBILITY: We work with our clients to provide the flexibility needed to ensure project targets are always met on time and within budget. PERFORMANCE: We provide excellent performance through schedule—driven crews and continually strive not only to meet client expectations, but to exceed them. TEAMWORK: Our integrated team has become our greatest asset. Working as a team allows our clients to benefit from the combined strength of our individual talents, skills, and expertise. FINANCIAL STRENGTH: We believe solid financial performance creates security for our clients and opportunity for our employees.

At MSI, we embrace diversity and inclusion not only with our employees but across all levels of our business, from suppliers to community partners, to our clients. We hire from all 50 states and multiple countries around the world to champion a multidimensional workforce that brings valuable differences in perspectives, work ethics, and ways of working into our organization. We foster ideas that take cross departmental collaboration to actualize and encourage everyone—from interns to executives to voice their ideas and leave an impact. It is our goal to create a respectful work environment where all employees feel valued, included, and empowered to be innovative leaders in our industry.

The MSI culture fosters a community that gives back, starting with our employees. As a result, we enacted our Volunteer Time off Policy to energize employees to contribute to the neighborhoods around them or for specific philanthropies they may feel strongly about.


The primary responsibility of the Project Manager is to manage project(s) from an office location and/or remote project site, concentrating on safety, schedule, budget, labor relations, customer satisfaction, costs and quality compliance.

  • Primary responsibility will be managing field operations via the Construction Manager and contract administration including safety, personnel, subcontract scheduling, material and equipment procurement and schedule

  • Safety planning will play a critical role in all planning and field operations activities

  • Contract management from the standpoint of identifying potential change orders, changes in scope, changes in field conditions, changes in ability to perform as bid with means and methods

  • Creating and managing budgets

  • Managing Subcontractor and Vendor relationships including identifying and mitigating potential risk exposure and cost overrun exposure

  • Responsible for planning with Construction Manager applicable equipment types, personnel skill sets, means, methods, and updating schedule

  • Manage and update receiving reports and yield reports

  • Maintain accurate cost accounting, accurate schedule impacts, accurate and fully authorized change order logs, and accurate and updated communication logs

  • Submit monthly cost to complete projections

  • Manage the contract value amount as it is affected by weather, changed conditions, authorized change orders, pending change orders, and accurate quantities completed

  • Weekly quantities completed accurately reported and compiled in View Point

  • Budget changes completed accurately on a weekly basis

  • All change orders agreed and signed and reconciled every 30 days upstream to the customer and downstream to vendors and subcontractors

  • Change order log updated to verify current contract amount

  • Coordinate all equipment acquisitions via Construction Manager through Equipment and Resource Department.

  • Subcontract committed costs accurately tracked and recorded

  • Purchase order committed costs accurately tracked and recorded


Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or Equal


  • Minimum of a Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or Equal

  • OSHA 30 Hour

  • Minimum of ten (10) year’s project management experience in heavy/civil/electrical construction

  • Contract law, written and verbal communication, job cost accounting, CPM Scheduling, estimating contract changes

  • Must be authorized to work in the United States now and in the future without company sponsorship


  • On the job, compliance, and safety


MSI, and our family of companies, is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. We consider all qualified applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or any other legally protected status. We also comply with all applicable laws governing employment practices and do not discriminate on the basis of any unlawful criteria.

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