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Construction Foreman

REPORTS TO:  Operations Manager/Installation Manager/General Superintendent

Position Summary

A field supervisor or lead in charge of a group of workers who regularly perform production work or other work unrelated to supervisory duties.

Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Work with PM team to determine anchorage method for all products using approved submittals/contract details prior to installation start-up.
  2. Obtain verified field dimensions if needed with the Project Manager for use in releasing material.
  3. Coordinate with onsite trades as required.  Attend customer’s weekly job meetings.
  4. Review Labor Cost to Complete with Supervisor to improve efficiency and cut down time/costs of installation wherever possible.
  5. Train carpenters and laborers in ISEC installation and material handling methods.
  6. Make arrangements (manpower and equipment) for unloads.
  7. Prepare floor plan showing where each major piece of equipment is stored in the building and keep updated.
  8. Notify the customer as required prior to receipt of any major deliveries and arrange for staging onsite.
  9. Keep a daily log of project problems noting any special occurrences, material deliveries, problems and directives.
  10. Fill out and turn in daily reports to GC, and ISEC Field Reports daily to PM with a copy to Supervisor.
  11. Supervise distribution of materials to the proper installation location, unboxed or uncrated and ready to be installed.
  12. Check in materials to insure shipment is complete and undamaged and notify PM of any problems.
  13. Oversee trash pickup and removal of ISEC materials from building daily.
  14. Review each building/floor for installation readiness two weeks prior to installation start date.  Information to be provided to PM.  Look for:
    • Electrical, mechanical, plumbing, wall locations, rough-ins complete.
    • Walls primed or finish painted, or wall coverings installed.
    • Ceiling grid or hard ceiling installed at correct height.
    • Floor covering in place as required.
    • Rooms/area cleaned up from previous trades and ready for ISEC materials to be distributed and installed.
  15. Determine, purchase, sign-out of all power tools, hand tools, specialty tools and expendable materials for each installer.  Ensure they are secured/locked up at the end of each workday.
  16. Inventory control via manufacture model number and serial number of all power tools purchased new or existing, assigned to the project.
  17. Fill out time cards for all field personnel and insure they are signed and faxed to Division office Monday morning.  Review timecard coding against Labor Cost to Complete for input errors and omissions.
  18. Keep up to date MSDS on products used by the installers.
  19. Order installation hardware, tools and expendables for installers as required and follow through until materials are received.  Shag materials locally when required.  Copies of all Installation Material Requests go to Supervisor.
  20. Keep up-to-date shortage list, prepared by PM, of all materials needed to complete the job.  Shortages to be turned in to the Project Manager for ordering.
  21. Tape Casework elevation drawings to wall at each elevation so installer has proper drawing to work from.
  22. Walk through all areas where installation is in progress and update completion list for work completed through the end of the day each Friday and into PM’s hands by Monday morning.
  23. Organize, protect and maintain materials to be installed at the jobsite.  All ISEC materials are to be secured/locked up at the end of each workday.
  24. Complete each project on time, within Labor Cost Budget (save the labor risk) and satisfy the Customer.
  25. Manage/over-see subcontractors.

Safety Responsibility

Manage and implement ISEC safety requirements and recognition; holding installers working for them personally responsible for safety compliance.

  • Promote a positive atmosphere for safety excellence committed to the Safety Promise.
  • Coach employees who need improvement and assign work to only those employees trained and qualified to perform the task.
  • Ensure all recognized safety deficiencies are promptly corrected.
  • Report all injuries and incidents to Managers and Safety Department.
  • Completely and thoroughly plan work tasks.
  • Preparing and lead Safety Meetings.
  • Ensure field employee safety training.
  • Complete monthly jobsite safety inspections.

Preferred Qualifications



  • 3-5 years experience as lead installer or foreman
  • Installation knowledge of Architectural Woodwork and/or Laboratory Casework.
  • Ability to read shop drawings and architectural drawings.
  • Ability to read and interpret contract documents and specifications.
  • OSHA 10 hr Safety Class Certificate

Minimum Qualifications


  • High School Education or Equivalent of Education & Experience


  • Forklift, CPR, & First Aid Certifications (Union member where applicable)

Requirements: Workers should be able to:   Physically, workers must be able to: Climb and maintain balance on ladders and scaffolds; Stoop, kneel, and crouch; Use hands and arms to reach for, handle, and manipulate objects; See well (either naturally or with correction); and lift and carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds.

Company Profile:

Established in 1967, ISEC, Inc. is a leading national prime trades contractor for specialty building interiors and equipment. Our core values: commitment to customer, integrity, respect, safety, and teamwork are the cornerstone of our business. We provide innovative solutions to projects involving general trades, architectural woodwork, ornamental metals, doors, frames & hardware, specialties, laboratory furniture, and medical equipment. This diverse capability allows us to participate in a variety of complex commercial trade packages.

A $300 million a year business, we are an employee-owned company. Headquartered in Greenwood Village, CO, we have regional offices near Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco, Phoenix and DC; as well as in San Diego, LA, Houston, San Antonio and Tampa. With close to 1,200 construction professionals and craftsmen, we are a great place to grow your career.

ISEC is a tobacco/smoke/drug free company, an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer and supports workplace diversity. Women, Minorities, Veterans, and Disabled candidates are encouraged to apply. 

For more information on ISEC, or to review our FMLA notice, please visit our web site: 

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