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Resolve Great Challenges With Us

It’s a good bet you didn’t get into commercial construction to take it easy. You entered this industry to be challenged and to have rewarding work.

The funny thing is, even on the largest projects you encounter, commercial construction can become routine, but not here. Most commercial construction companies want to be known for completing giant projects from the ground up, but for 30 years, we’ve built our reputation by doing something harder.

We take on the jobs many other companies won’t touch, and the restoration, renovation, and construction projects we take on are always:

  • Urgent
  • Unexpected
  • And Unique
PBI-employee

PBI Construction is the place where you’ll hear people say, “Nobody even knows how to do that!” That’s music to our ears, because we get to figure it out.

PBI Opportunities

If you see either an open or closed position at PBI, and feel you are a great fit for our company, we’d like to hear from you. Please send us an email with your resume at joan@pbi1988.com.

Sales Account Executive

The PBI Account Executive is a highly motivated, results orientated sales professional with a hunter mentality and experience, that can manage an assigned territory or market verticals and drive profitable growth. Our Construction Account Executive is responsible for adding and maintaining new clients and maintaining house accounts within his/her designated territory or verticals.

Duties include:

  • Prospecting and closing new business in designated territory while growing an existing account base
  • Identify and generate new business opportunities through sales activities such as prospecting, lead qualifying, territory planning, cold calls, and relationship building
  • Builds relationships at appropriate client level and update contact information for decision makers
  • Jointly review new prospective client appointments scheduled by Account Manager on a daily basis and as additional meetings or contacts are scheduled
  • Attend prospective client meetings to uncover their needs, budget and decision process and present PBI solutions and special abilities
  • Manage appointments and identify when technical support is needed
    Develop and maintain good client relationships with regular phone contact and meetings
  • Manage, understand and act on client requests and needs.
  • Attend initial orientation and attend periodic product trainings for the division to maintain a high-level understanding of the products and markets to better assist with sales inquiries
  • Documenting for Sales Accountability and Easily Accessible Information Using CRM Software
  • Document all sales activities utilizing the customer relationship management software, Zoho CRM.
  • Documentation into Zoho shall be daily and include all contacts, activities, emails, appointments, leads, and scheduled follow up tasks
  • Maximize Sales Team Revenue Within Designated Territory
  • Focus on closing and fostering the accounts with highest profitability using 80/20 principle
  • Work closely with key PBI partners to reinforce technical competence and capability during the sales process
  • Attend regular internal sales meetings
  • Develop knowledge based regarding PBI construction, restoration and maintenance divisions in order to promote and create the right bundle of services to help each unique customer
  • Achieve or exceed mandatory sales dashboard metrics on a weekly basis new leads, appointments scheduled, appointments seen, XXX
  • Produce $2MM per year in revenue (at a minimum after year one)

Project Manager Commercial Construction

The PBI Commercial Construction Project Manager provides oversight and is responsible for new interior/exterior commercial construction projects and ground up new construction, ensuring that specifications and work is proceeding with quality, on schedule and within budget.

Duties include:

  • Participate/conduct Pre-Construction meetings with clients & stake holders
  • Schedule the projects in logical steps and budget time required to meet critical deadlines.
  • Determine labor requirements, schedule work crews and Subcontractors to construction sites.
  • Prepare and manage cost-effective budgets.
  • Inspect and review projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes, and other regulations.
  • Interpret and explain plans, scopes of work and contract terms to administrative staff, workers, clients and representation of the clients.
  • Prepare RFI’s, negotiate revisions and change orders with property owners, managers, suppliers and subcontractors.
  • Obtain all necessary permits and licenses.
  • Select, and oversees performance of all trade contractors and reviews architectural and engineering drawings to make sure that all specifications and regulations are followed.
  • Study job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods.
  • Ability to direct and motivate a team towards a common goal
  • Manage invoices and approve for processing.
  • Communicate to owner, architect and all stake holders about progress and necessary changes or modifications of scope/plans.
  • Weekly reporting and communication to clients and management via PM Software
  • Plan and oversee project closeout/turnover of construction projects

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage several projects simultaneously.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Effective verbal and written communications skills and the ability to interface with a diverse workforce.
  • Knowledge of industry-related software programs.
  • Availability to be on-call and report to work during off-hours.
  • Computer literate and aptitude to learn new industry-related software programs.
  • Proven ability to effectively handle several projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to effectively manage, mentor, coach and motivate personnel.
  • Ability to enter areas not designed for human habitation i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, etc., to inspect damage and monitor restoration progress.
  • Valid driver’s license and insurable record.
  • Ability to lift, move and carry up to 75 lbs.

Experience Required:

Minimum of five years of industry-related experience; including minimum of two years in Project Management and three years of experience managing mid- to large-size projects and personnel.

Education Required:

High school graduate. Project Management background or related courses highly desirable.

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities of the position. Employees are held accountable for all duties of the job. Job duties and the % of time identified for any function are subject to change at any time.

Reconstruction Estimator

The PBI Reconstruction Estimator is responsible for actively overseeing all aspects of Estimating, including signing work, maintaining established gross profits and schedules and accurate and prompt submission of receivables.

Duties include:

  • Performs all aspects of job estimation, such as gathering information, calculating and compiling data for use in bid proposals, preparing routine estimates, calculating cost of labor and materials and submitting them for review and approval.
  • Also ensures that all estimates are completed and approved by customer and paying party.
  • Contacts appropriate subcontractors and negotiates cost.
  • Obtains and maintains list of prices from suppliers and subcontractors.
  • Maintains a contact referral source file/database and evaluates the strengths and most advantageous alliances.
  • Interfaces with clients to ensure understanding of their requirements.
  • Coordinates the sales process to see that service and quality objectives are fulfilled.
  • Participates in budgeting process of establishing accurate sales goals.

Other Functions

  • Establishes and nurtures relationships with entities that are in a position to use or recommend company services, following company guidelines and requirements.
  • Maintains accurate and organized paperwork and ensures timely submission of invoices and general paperwork to Finance.

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent customer services skills and the ability to interact with the clients and adjusters in a professional manner.
  • Ability to effectively prepare and keep track of budgets.
  • Good verbal and written communications skills.
  • Knowledge of Xactimate
  • Ability to read maps and follow directions.
  • Mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material and labor estimates and to interpret job cost reports.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Availability to report to work on short notice during off hours and to work overtime as required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to go to work and to different job sites.
  • Ability to lift, carry and move heavy items weighing up to 100 lbs.
  • Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm manner and to handle competing demands effectively.
  • Hands-on knowledge of Microsoft Office products and knowledge or ability to learn industry-related software packages.
  • Ability and availability to enter areas not designed for human habitation, i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, roofs, etc.

Experience Required:

Hands-on knowledge of all aspects of estimating. Minimum three years of related experience, preferably in the construction industry.

Education Required:

High school graduate.

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities of the position. Employees are held accountable for all duties of the job. Job duties and the % of time identified for any function are subject to change at any time.

Construction Estimator

The PBI Commercial Construction Estimator is responsible for estimating interior/exterior commercial construction projects and ground up new construction.

Duties include:

  • Participate as needed on initial onsite meetings with sales in order to bring expertise to sales prospects.

Developing Estimates and Bids for Construction Projects:

  • Participate in pre-bid meetings with property owners and clients, project managers, subcontractors, suppliers, inspectors and engineers to review projects and plans for a timely proposal or bid.
  • Determine subcontractor and supplier requirements, conduct onsite inspections to solicit pricing and/or bids.
  • Completing take-offs to gather information for bids.
  • Reading plans and specifications.
  • Negotiate pricing with subcontractors and suppliers.
  • Coordinate with engineers/architects to prepare required designs and plans for permitting and construction purposes.
  • Review design and engineering specifications and assist with RFI’s for bids.
  • Following company policies and procedures to develop bids and estimates.
  • Prepare detailed and itemized proposals for submittal to property owners, property managers and/or facility managers.
  • Calculate and prepare production budgets for projects estimated.
  • Prepare and negotiate contracts for initial bid.
  • Project Manager Handoff:
  • Coordinate and review all budgets, schedules and project information with Project Managers to ensure thorough communication, cost effective results and a timely completion.
  • Work with Project Managers for supplements and change orders with contractual parties.

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent customer services skills and the ability to interact with the clients and adjusters in a professional manner.
  • Ability to effectively prepare and keep track of budgets.
  • Requires that employee work extra hours as necessary to ensure that projects are completed in a timely manner.
  • Good verbal and written communications skills.
  • Knowledge of Xactimate
  • Ability to read maps and follow directions.
  • Mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material and labor estimates and to interpret job cost reports.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Availability to report to work on short notice during off hours and to work overtime as required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to go to work and to different job sites.
  • Ability to lift, carry and move heavy items weighing up to 100 lbs.
  • Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm manner and to handle competing demands effectively.
  • Hands-on knowledge of Microsoft Office products and knowledge or ability to learn industry-related software packages.
  • Ability and availability to enter areas not designed for human habitation, i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, roofs, etc.

Experience Required:

Hands-on knowledge of all aspects of estimating. Minimum three years of related experience, preferably in the construction industry.

Education Required:

High school graduate.

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities of the position. Employees are held accountable for all duties of the job. Job duties and the % of time identified for any function are subject to change at any time.

Construction Account Executive, Sales

Location: Baltimore Metro Area
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $75,000.00 +/- (Depending on Experience)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional commission of $30,000.00 +
Education (minimum): Associate degree or equivalent work experience
Experience level (minimum): 3 Years B2B Sales Experience. Construction industry background with emphasis on business development and sales in commercial building and a proven history of winning new business in the private sector is preferred.

PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements from one to five million dollars in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

PBI is seeking a Construction Account Executive. This position is responsible for adding new clients and maintaining existing clients within the Washington DC Metro and Northern Virginia territory. The Account Executive will accomplish this by actively acquiring new clients, scheduling and attending appointments within their territory, presenting PBI’s services and unique abilities, and closing new business. As part of this role, the Account Executive will identify prospects through multiple resources and input information into PBI’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. In addition, the Account Executive will be identifying prospects via the internet, at networking events, association events and tradeshows. Computer proficiency with Power Point, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and relationship skills. Ideal candidate will live in the Washington D.C., Northern Virginia area

Duties:

• Identify and generate new business opportunities through sales activities such as prospecting, territory planning, cold calls, and relationship building.
• Schedule and attend prospective client meetings to uncover their needs, budget and decision process and present PBI solutions and special abilities.
• Maintain existing client relationships with regular phone contact and meetings
• Attend regular sales meetings
• Achieve or exceed mandatory sales business performance metrics on a quarterly basis.
• Attend sales training classes
• Prepare RFP responses (team based)
• Proposal writing (team based)
• Document daily sales activities utilizing the CRM system, including all contacts, activities, appointments, and leads. Follow up on referrals
• Follow up with clients for project quality control
• Occasional construction project site visits

PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits–Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO–paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC territory is necessary. New opportunities will also be opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience and the best projects for our clients. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Construction Account Executive, Sales

Location: DC Metro / Northern Virginia
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $75,000.00 +/- (Depending on Experience)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional commission of $30,000.00 +
Education (minimum): Associate degree or equivalent work experience
Experience level (minimum): 3 Years B2B Sales Experience. Construction industry background with emphasis on business development and sales in commercial building and a proven history of winning new business in the private sector is preferred.

PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements from one to five million dollars in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

PBI is seeking a Construction Account Executive.  This position is responsible for adding new clients and maintaining existing clients within the Washington DC Metro and Northern Virginia territory. The Account Executive will accomplish this by actively acquiring new clients, scheduling and attending appointments within their territory, presenting PBI’s services and unique abilities, and closing new business. As part of this role, the Account Executive will identify prospects through multiple resources and input information into PBI’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. In addition, the Account Executive will be identifying prospects via the internet, at networking events, association events and tradeshows.  Computer proficiency with Power Point, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and relationship skills. Ideal candidate will live in the Washington D.C., Northern Virginia area

Duties:

• Identify and generate new business opportunities through sales activities such as prospecting, territory planning, cold calls, and relationship building.
• Schedule and attend prospective client meetings to uncover their needs, budget and decision process and present PBI solutions and special abilities.
• Maintain existing client relationships with regular phone contact and meetings
• Attend regular sales meetings
• Achieve or exceed mandatory sales business performance metrics on a quarterly basis.
• Attend sales training classes
• Prepare RFP responses (team based)
• Proposal writing (team based)
• Document daily sales activities utilizing the CRM system, including all contacts, activities, appointments, and leads.
• Follow up on referrals
• Follow up with clients for project quality control
• Occasional construction project site visits

PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits–Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO–paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.

Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC territory is necessary.  New opportunities will also be opening in Philadelphia.

We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience and the best projects for our clients.  Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Commercial Construction Estimator

Location: Baltimore Metro
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $80,000.00 – $105,000.00 +/- (Depending on Experience)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional 15%- 20% Bonus incentives
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): 5 to 10 Years Commercial Construction Experience estimating projects up to $5MM at a minimum in value.

PBI is seeking an Estimator experienced in interior/exterior commercial construction projects and ground up new construction. Estimating experience is necessary with a strong knowledge of all phases of commercial, construction, sub-contractors and suppliers within the Washington DC / Northern VA market. Computer proficiency with performing takeoffs, MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and social skills.
PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office, and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

Duties:
• Participate as needed on initial onsite meetings with sales to bring expertise to sales prospects.
Developing Estimates and Bids for Construction Projects:
• Participate in pre-bid meetings with property owners and clients, project managers, subcontractors, suppliers, inspectors, and engineers to review projects and plans for a timely proposal or bid.
• Determine subcontractor and supplier requirements, conduct onsite inspections to solicit pricing and/or bids.
• Completing take-offs to gather information for bids.
• Reading plans and specifications.
• Negotiate pricing with subcontractors and suppliers.
• Coordinate with engineers/architects to prepare required designs and plans for permitting and construction purposes.
• Review design and engineering specifications and assist with RFI’s for bids.
• Following company policies and procedures to develop bids and estimates.
• Prepare detailed and itemized proposals for submittal to property owners, property managers and/or facility managers.
• Calculate and prepare production budgets for projects estimated.
• Prepare and negotiate contracts for initial bid.

Project Manager Handoff:
• Coordinate and review all budgets, schedules, and project information with Project Managers to ensure thorough communication, cost effective results and a timely completion.
• Work with Project Managers for supplements and change orders with contractual parties.

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent customer services skills and the ability to interact with the clients and adjusters in a professional manner.
• Ability to effectively prepare and keep track of budgets.
• Requires that employee work extra hours as necessary to ensure that projects are completed in a timely manner.
• Good verbal and written communications skills.
• Knowledge of Xactimate
• Ability to read maps and follow directions.
• Mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material and labor estimates and to interpret job cost reports.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Availability to report to work on short notice during off hours and to work overtime as required.
• Must have reliable transportation to go to work and to different job sites.
• Ability to lift, carry and move heavy items weighing up to 100 lbs.
• Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm manner and to handle competing demands effectively.
• Hands-on knowledge of Microsoft Office products and knowledge or ability to learn industry-related software packages.
• Ability and availability to enter areas not designed for human habitation, i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, roofs, etc.

Experience Required:
Hands-on knowledge of all aspects of estimating. Minimum three years of related experience, preferably in the construction industry.

Education Required:
High school graduate.
PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance, and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Washington DC metro area or Northern Virginia is necessary. New opportunities are also opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience for our customers. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Commercial Construction Estimator

Location: DC/Northern VA
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $80,000.00 – $105,000.00 +/- (Depending on Experience)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional 15%- 20% Bonus incentives
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): 5 to 10 Years Commercial Construction Experience estimating projects up to $5MM at a minimum in value.

PBI is seeking an Estimator experienced in interior/exterior commercial construction projects and ground up new construction. Estimating experience is necessary with a strong knowledge of all phases of commercial, construction, sub-contractors and suppliers within the Washington DC / Northern VA market. Computer proficiency with performing takeoffs, MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and social skills.
PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office, and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

Duties:
• Participate as needed on initial onsite meetings with sales to bring expertise to sales prospects.
Developing Estimates and Bids for Construction Projects:
• Participate in pre-bid meetings with property owners and clients, project managers, subcontractors, suppliers, inspectors, and engineers to review projects and plans for a timely proposal or bid.
• Determine subcontractor and supplier requirements, conduct onsite inspections to solicit pricing and/or bids.
• Completing take-offs to gather information for bids.
• Reading plans and specifications.
• Negotiate pricing with subcontractors and suppliers.
• Coordinate with engineers/architects to prepare required designs and plans for permitting and construction purposes.
• Review design and engineering specifications and assist with RFI’s for bids.
• Following company policies and procedures to develop bids and estimates.
• Prepare detailed and itemized proposals for submittal to property owners, property managers and/or facility managers.
• Calculate and prepare production budgets for projects estimated.
• Prepare and negotiate contracts for initial bid.
Project Manager Handoff:
• Coordinate and review all budgets, schedules, and project information with Project Managers to ensure thorough communication, cost effective results and a timely completion.
• Work with Project Managers for supplements and change orders with contractual parties.

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent customer services skills and the ability to interact with the clients and adjusters in a professional manner.
• Ability to effectively prepare and keep track of budgets.
• Requires that employee work extra hours as necessary to ensure that projects are completed in a timely manner.
• Good verbal and written communications skills.
• Knowledge of Xactimate
• Ability to read maps and follow directions.
• Mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material and labor estimates and to interpret job cost reports.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Availability to report to work on short notice during off hours and to work overtime as required.
• Must have reliable transportation to go to work and to different job sites.
• Ability to lift, carry and move heavy items weighing up to 100 lbs.
• Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm manner and to handle competing demands effectively.
• Hands-on knowledge of Microsoft Office products and knowledge or ability to learn industry-related software packages.
• Ability and availability to enter areas not designed for human habitation, i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, roofs, etc.

Experience Required:
Hands-on knowledge of all aspects of estimating. Minimum three years of related experience, preferably in the construction industry.

Education Required:
High school graduate.
PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance, and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Washington DC metro area or Northern Virginia is necessary. New opportunities are also opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience for our customers. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Commercial Construction Project Manager

Location: Northern Virginia
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $80,000.00-$105,000.00+/-(Depending on Experience & Location)
Salary/Benefit notes : Additional 15% – 20% Bonus incentives
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): Two years of industry-related experience and one year Commercial Project Management Experience

PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office, and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements from one to five million dollars in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

PBI is seeking a Project Manager experienced in interior/exterior commercial construction projects. Project Management experience is necessary with a strong knowledge of subcontractors and suppliers within the Northern Virginia market. Computer proficiency with MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and social skills.

Duties:
• Participate/conduct Pre-Construction meetings with clients & stake holders
• Schedule the projects in logical steps and budget time required to meet critical deadlines.
• Determine labor requirements, schedule work crews and Subcontractors to construction sites.
• Prepare and manage cost-effective budgets.
• Inspect and review projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes, and other regulations.
• Interpret and explain plans, scopes of work and contract terms to administrative staff, workers, clients, and representation of the clients.
• Prepare RFI’s, negotiate revisions and change orders with property owners, managers, suppliers, and subcontractors.
• Obtain all necessary permits and licenses.
• Select, and oversees performance of all trade contractors and reviews architectural and engineering drawings to make sure that all specifications and regulations are followed.
• Study job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods.
• Ability to direct and motivate a team towards a common goal
• Manage invoices and approve for processing.
• Communicate to owner, architect and all stake holders about progress and necessary changes or modifications of scope/plans.
• Weekly reporting and communication to clients and management via PM Software
• Plan and oversee project closeout/turnover of construction projects

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Demonstrated ability to effectively manage several projects simultaneously.
• Excellent customer service skills.
• Effective verbal and written communications skills and the ability to interface with a diverse workforce.
• Knowledge of industry-related software programs.
• Availability to be on-call and report to work during off-hours.
• Computer literate and aptitude to learn new industry-related software programs.
• Proven ability to effectively handle several projects simultaneously.
• Ability to effectively manage, mentor, coach and motivate personnel.
• Ability to enter areas not designed for human habitation i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, etc., to inspect damage and monitor restoration progress.
• Valid driver’s license and insurable record.
• Ability to lift, move and carry up to 75 lbs.
Experience Required:
Minimum of two years of industry-related experience; including minimum of one year in Project Management experience managing projects and personnel.

Education Required:
High school graduate. Project Management background or related courses highly desirable.
PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC territory is necessary. New opportunities will also be opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience and the best projects for our clients. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Construction Punch List Carpenter

Location: Northern Virginia
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $45,750.00- $50,000.00 +/- (Based on Piece Work)
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): 3 years Construction Experience

PBI is looking for a Punch List Carpenter with extensive skill and experience and the ability to manage and efficiently complete various small projects in a quality manner. The carpenter will be responsible to self-manage change-over maintenance repairs needed to bring homes up to passing quality control inspection. The right individual will be accustomed to a culture of delivering quality in an ethical and timely manner.
Building construction carpentry or framing experience is necessary to produce quality work in an efficient manner. Available to work a flexible schedule, ability to take direction with a positive attitude, agrees to comply with all safety processes and procedures. Willingness to maintain & operate construction and hand tools in a safe proper manner. Appropriate tools of trade are required. Capable of working in physically demanding environments indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions. Must be able to move, lift, and carry objects weighing 50 pounds without assistance. American citizenship and currently residing in the Northern Virginia Metro area is necessary.

Duties:
You must be able to perform minor maintenance plumbing, electrical, repairs and replacements for windows/screens/blinds, doors, and locks and exterior. EXAMPLES include but are not limited to: Replace broken blinds, medicine cabinets, light fixtures/ceiling fans, shelving, towel bars, replace shower head, replace toilet seats, paper holders, door knobs, strike plates, door hinge stop, window screens, light globes, tighten fan blades, bulbs, door stops, change filter and date it, clean HVAC intake, etc.
PBI offers competitive hourly rates including overtime , Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company cell phone. Company vehicle.

Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment and periodic drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC territory is necessary.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience and the best projects for our clients. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Commercial Reconstruction Estimator

Location: DC/Northern VA
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $80,000.00 – $105,000.00 +/- (Depending on Experience)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional 15%- 20% Bonus incentives
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): 5 to 10 Years Commercial Construction Experience estimating projects.

PBI is seeking an Estimator experienced in interior/exterior commercial reconstruction projects. Estimating experience is necessary with a strong knowledge of all phases of commercial, construction, sub-contractors, and suppliers within the Washington DC / Northern VA market. Computer proficiency with performing takeoffs, MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and social skills.
PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office, and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

Duties include:
• Performs all aspects of job estimation, such as gathering information, calculating and compiling data for use in bid proposals, preparing routine estimates, calculating cost of labor and materials and submitting them for review and approval.
• Also ensures that all estimates are completed and approved by customer and paying party.
• Contacts appropriate subcontractors and negotiates cost.
• Obtains and maintains list of prices from suppliers and subcontractors.
• Maintains a contact referral source file/database and evaluates the strengths and most advantageous alliances.
• Interfaces with clients to ensure understanding of their requirements.
• Coordinates the sales process to see that service and quality objectives are fulfilled.
• Participates in budgeting process of establishing accurate sales goals.
• Other Functions
• Establishes and nurtures relationships with entities that are wanting to use or recommend company services, following company guidelines and requirements.
• Maintains accurate and organized paperwork and ensures timely submission of invoices and general paperwork to Finance.

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent customer services skills and the ability to interact with the clients and adjusters in a professional manner.
• Ability to effectively prepare and keep track of budgets.
• Good verbal and written communications skills.
• Knowledge of Xactimate
• Ability to read maps and follow directions.
• Mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material and labor estimates and to interpret job cost reports.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Availability to report to work on short notice during off hours and to work overtime as required.
• Must have reliable transportation to go to work and to different job sites.
• Ability to lift, carry and move heavy items weighing up to 100 lbs.
• Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm manner and to handle competing demands effectively.
• Hands-on knowledge of Microsoft Office products and knowledge or ability to learn industry-related software packages.
• Ability and availability to enter areas not designed for human habitation, i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, roofs, etc.
Experience Required:
Hands-on knowledge of all aspects of estimating. Minimum three years of related experience, preferably in the construction industry.

Education Required:
High school graduate.
PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance, and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Washington DC metro area or Northern Virginia is necessary. New opportunities are also opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience for our customers. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Commercial Reconstruction Estimator

Location: Balto Metro
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $80,000.00 – $105,000.00 +/- (Depending on Experience)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional 15%- 20% Bonus incentives
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): 5 to 10 Years Commercial Construction Experience estimating projects.

PBI is seeking an Estimator experienced in interior/exterior commercial reconstruction projects. Estimating experience is necessary with a strong knowledge of all phases of commercial, construction, sub-contractors, and suppliers within the Washington DC / Northern VA market. Computer proficiency with performing takeoffs, MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and social skills.
PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office, and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

Duties include:
• Performs all aspects of job estimation, such as gathering information, calculating and compiling data for use in bid proposals, preparing routine estimates, calculating cost of labor and materials and submitting them for review and approval.
• Also ensures that all estimates are completed and approved by customer and paying party.
• Contacts appropriate subcontractors and negotiates cost.
• Obtains and maintains list of prices from suppliers and subcontractors.
• Maintains a contact referral source file/database and evaluates the strengths and most advantageous alliances.
• Interfaces with clients to ensure understanding of their requirements.
• Coordinates the sales process to see that service and quality objectives are fulfilled.
• Participates in budgeting process of establishing accurate sales goals.
• Other Functions
• Establishes and nurtures relationships with entities that are wanting to use or recommend company services, following company guidelines and requirements.
• Maintains accurate and organized paperwork and ensures timely submission of invoices and general paperwork to Finance.

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent customer services skills and the ability to interact with the clients and adjusters in a professional manner.
• Ability to effectively prepare and keep track of budgets.
• Good verbal and written communications skills.
• Knowledge of Xactimate
• Ability to read maps and follow directions.
• Mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material and labor estimates and to interpret job cost reports.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Availability to report to work on short notice during off hours and to work overtime as required.
• Must have reliable transportation to go to work and to different job sites.
• Ability to lift, carry and move heavy items weighing up to 100 lbs.
• Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm manner and to handle competing demands effectively.
• Hands-on knowledge of Microsoft Office products and knowledge or ability to learn industry-related software packages.
• Ability and availability to enter areas not designed for human habitation, i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, roofs, etc.
Experience Required:
Hands-on knowledge of all aspects of estimating. Minimum three years of related experience, preferably in the construction industry.

Education Required:
High school graduate.
PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance, and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Washington DC metro area or Northern Virginia is necessary. New opportunities are also opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience for our customers. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Commercial Construction Project Manager

Location: Washington DC & Northern Virginia
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $80,000.00-$105,000.00+/-(Depending on Experience & Location)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional 15% – 20% Bonus incentives
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): 5 to 10 Years Commercial Project Management Experience

PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements from one to five million dollars in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

PBI is seeking a Project Manager experienced in interior/exterior commercial construction projects and ground up new construction. Project Management experience is necessary with a strong knowledge of subcontractors and suppliers within the Baltimore, Washington DC and Northern Virginia market. Computer proficiency with MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and social skills.

Duties include:
• Participate/conduct Pre-Construction meetings with clients & stake holders
• Schedule the projects in logical steps and budget time required to meet critical deadlines.
• Determine labor requirements, schedule work crews and Subcontractors to construction sites.
• Prepare and manage cost-effective budgets.
• Inspect and review projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes, and other regulations.
• Interpret and explain plans, scopes of work and contract terms to administrative staff, workers, clients and representation of the clients.
• Prepare RFI’s, negotiate revisions and change orders with property owners, managers, suppliers and subcontractors.
• Obtain all necessary permits and licenses.
• Select, and oversees performance of all trade contractors and reviews architectural and engineering drawings to make sure that all specifications and regulations are followed.
• Study job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods.
• Ability to direct and motivate a team towards a common goal
• Manage invoices and approve for processing.
• Communicate to owner, architect and all stake holders about progress and necessary changes or modifications of scope/plans.
• Weekly reporting and communication to clients and management via PM Software
• Plan and oversee project closeout/turnover of construction projects

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Demonstrated ability to effectively manage several projects simultaneously.
• Excellent customer service skills.
• Effective verbal and written communications skills and the ability to interface with a diverse workforce.
• Knowledge of industry-related software programs.
• Availability to be on-call and report to work during off-hours.
• Computer literate and aptitude to learn new industry-related software programs.
• Proven ability to effectively handle several projects simultaneously.
• Ability to effectively manage, mentor, coach and motivate personnel.
• Ability to enter areas not designed for human habitation i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, etc., to inspect damage and monitor restoration progress.
• Valid driver’s license and insurable record.
• Ability to lift, move and carry up to 75 lbs.

Experience Required:
Minimum of five years of industry-related experience; including minimum of two years in Project Management and three years of experience managing mid- to large-size projects and personnel.

Education Required:
High school graduate. Project Management background or related courses highly desirable.
PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC territory is necessary. New opportunities will also be opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience and the best projects for our clients. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Commercial Construction Project Manager

Location: Baltimore Metro
Type of employment: Regular
Estimated hours per week: 40
Work hours (i.e. shift): VARIES
Start date of this position: Immediately
Starting salary range: $80,000.00-$105,000.00+/-(Depending on Experience & Location)
Salary/Benefit notes: Additional 15% – 20% Bonus incentives
Education (minimum): High School Diploma/GED
Experience level (minimum): 5 to 10 Years Commercial Project Management Experience

PBI provides commercial construction services with a restoration division for clients in the assisted living, medical, hospitality, government, education, office and multifamily markets. Our core business is interior renovations, additions, new construction, construction defects, design/build, construction management and capital improvements from one to five million dollars in the Mid-Atlantic region. After 30 years, PBI has a reputation for being problem solvers and tackling the most difficult of projects. The right individual for this position will be accustomed to a culture based on delivering service and quality in an ethical and timely manner.

PBI is seeking a Project Manager experienced in interior/exterior commercial construction projects and ground up new construction. Project Management experience is necessary with a strong knowledge of subcontractors and suppliers within the Baltimore, Washington DC and Northern Virginia market. Computer proficiency with MS Project, Excel, Word, Outlook are essential along with organizational, communication and social skills.

Duties include:
• Participate/conduct Pre-Construction meetings with clients & stake holders
• Schedule the projects in logical steps and budget time required to meet critical deadlines.
• Determine labor requirements, schedule work crews and Subcontractors to construction sites.
• Prepare and manage cost-effective budgets.
• Inspect and review projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes, and other regulations.
• Interpret and explain plans, scopes of work and contract terms to administrative staff, workers, clients and representation of the clients.
• Prepare RFI’s, negotiate revisions and change orders with property owners, managers, suppliers and subcontractors.
• Obtain all necessary permits and licenses.
• Select, and oversees performance of all trade contractors and reviews architectural and engineering drawings to make sure that all specifications and regulations are followed.
• Study job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods.
• Ability to direct and motivate a team towards a common goal
• Manage invoices and approve for processing.
• Communicate to owner, architect and all stake holders about progress and necessary changes or modifications of scope/plans.
• Weekly reporting and communication to clients and management via PM Software
• Plan and oversee project closeout/turnover of construction projects

Critical Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Demonstrated ability to effectively manage several projects simultaneously.
• Excellent customer service skills.
• Effective verbal and written communications skills and the ability to interface with a diverse workforce.
• Knowledge of industry-related software programs.
• Availability to be on-call and report to work during off-hours.
• Computer literate and aptitude to learn new industry-related software programs.
• Proven ability to effectively handle several projects simultaneously.
• Ability to effectively manage, mentor, coach and motivate personnel.
• Ability to enter areas not designed for human habitation i.e., crawl spaces, attics, storage areas, etc., to inspect damage and monitor restoration progress.
• Valid driver’s license and insurable record.
• Ability to lift, move and carry up to 75 lbs.

Experience Required:
Minimum of five years of industry-related experience; including minimum of two years in Project Management and three years of experience managing mid- to large-size projects and personnel.

Education Required:
High school graduate. Project Management background or related courses highly desirable.
PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan, Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%. 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions. Voluntary Benefits – Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates. PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days). Company vehicle, insurance and gas (or vehicle allowance). Company cell phone. Eight paid Federal Holidays.
Clean DMV record, criminal background check and pre-employment drug test required. American citizenship and currently residing in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC territory is necessary. New opportunities will also be opening in Philadelphia.
We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience and the best projects for our clients. Build your future, achieve long term stability and join our expanding and energetic team.

Working at PBI

When you join our team, you’ll have opportunities to:

  • Innovate and find answers to big challenges.
  • Tackle incredibly complex projects.
  • Push yourself to the limit.

And here’s the thing. You’ll be hard-pressed to find more rewarding work. We make a big difference in our clients’ lives, whether its returning people to their homes as fast as possible after a disaster, restoring historic properties, enabling business growth, or just plain pulling off the impossible.

You’ll also be hard-pressed to find a better team to work with. We take great care of our employees, and we all look out for one another.

If that’s the kind of career you want, this is the place to be.

Benefits

  • PBI offers a competitive Salary and Commission Plan
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription Plan benefits where employee is covered at 100%.
  • 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing, and Pension Plan with generous employer contributions.
  • Voluntary Benefits include Long Term Disability, Short Term Disability and Life Insurance employee funded at Group rates.
  • PTO – paid time off (up to 20 days).
  • Company vehicle, insurance and gas (or vehicle allowance).
  • Company cell phone.
  • Eight paid Federal Holidays.
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