San Sebastian Basilica

Project Manager (Design Phase)

The San Sebastian Basilica Conservation and Development Foundation, Inc. (SSBCDFI) is looking for a Project Manager to manage and monitor the project to restore the San Sebastian Basilica during the design phase of the restoration.

OBJECTIVES

 
The objective of this consultancy is to efficiently manage the technical team's needs from design development to contract documents phase of the restoration project. This involves coordination with twelve consultants to meet schedules of the agreed timeline, within budgeted cost frame and in full compliance with the guidelines and applicable Employer’s acts, rules and regulations and the provisions stipulated in the AFCP Grant for Design Phase.
 

SCOPE OF WORK: PROJECT MANAGER

 
Manages and monitors Project schedule
  • Tracks deliverables of technical team, consultants and contractor.
  • Prepares detailed plan of action and schedule according to objectives.
  • Monitors progress to keep projects on schedule and within budget.
  • Coordinates with Senior Architect and other consultants on schedules and deliverables.
  • Reports directly to the technical director. Notifies latter if schedules are not being met
 
Manages and monitors all technical consultants
  • Manages consultants to ensure their deliverables meet schedules and deadlines.
  • Coordinates consultant meetings with technical team.
  • Attends all meetings with consultants.
  • Creates minutes of all meetings and disseminates minutes to team.
  • Follows-up on consultants on queries posed by technical team.
  • Reviews consultant submission for compliance with ToR and proposals.
 
Setting of guidelines for Terms of Reference
  • Sets guidelines with Executive Director and pertinent consultant or firms for the Terms of Reference
 
Management during stabilization work
  • Ensure proper documentation and management of soft files during stabilization work
  • Manage contractor deliverables, change orders, schedules and budgets
  • Informs photodocumentation team on contractor schedule and scene sets and directs team in-situ
 
Manages the marketing & special events coordination
  • Coordinates with Communications and Fundraising Depts for Photodocumentation required for Marketing
  • Leads the coordination of two public talks - structural engineer and lighting - with Communications department
  • Manages technical queries and class projects with request for question list and fielding to appropriate member of technical team
 
Manages Finances
  • Coordinates with Cashier and Accountant for finalizing financial disbursements
 
Bid Documents and Specifications
  • Assists with the creation of bid documents and specifications
 

SCOPE OF DESIGN PHASE OF RESTORATION: TECHNICAL TEAM

A. PREPARATION OF BID DOCUMENTS
B. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (In-house)
C. STRUCTURAL DESIGN
D. MECHANICAL DESIGN AND FIRE PROTECTION DESIGN
E. THERMAL MODELLING FOR COOLING AND PROPOSED COOLING INTERVENTIONS
F. ELECTRICAL CONSULTANCY
G. LIGHTING DESIGN CONSULTANCY
H. STORM DRAINAGE & SANITARY CONSULTANCY
I. PAINT CONSERVATION CONSULTANCY
J. NAVAL ENGINEER CONSULTANCY
K. SITE PLANNING
L. AFCP GRANT REPORT PREPARATION
M. CREATION OF MAINTENANCE PLAN
N. SITE INSPECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE DURING DESIGN PHASE
 

DURATION OF WORK

April - September, with renewable contract
 

QUALIFICATIONS

A. Experience of project management or technical work in metal industries or industrial sites
B. Demonstrated ability in team management and collaboration
C. Interest in heritage conservation

 

APPLICANTS

Interested applicants may send their resume to Ms. Marianne Vitug (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).
 

ABOUT

The restoration of San Sebastian Basilica is spearheaded by San Sebastian Basilica Conservation and Development Foundation, Inc. (SSBCDFI). The foundations is a SEC-registered non-profit funded by the U.S. Government of State though the Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation and the Order of the Augustinian Recollects.
 
San Sebastian Basilica is the only all-metal church in Asia and is both a National Historical Treasure and a National Historical Landmark. Built in 1891, it was assembled from thousands of prefabricated cast iron, wrought iron and mild steel parts from Belgium connected together by rivets and bolts. Deferred maintenance and construction flaws have led to water infiltration and corrosion in connections and joints all over the building. In the course of the years, several well-intentioned but incompatible repairs have worsened the situation and affected structural components.
 
A comprehensive Conditions Assessment report was produced and several structural engineering assessments were conducted during the first phase of restoration (Assessment Phase) to assist in determining structural interventions and designs. The project is currently in its second phase (Design Phase) where the restoration interventions are finalized and detailed in coordination with the different professionals involved in the project.
 

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