- Construction Management
Austin Anderson - CMIT
Joined AG|CM in 2013.
Austin is a Construction Manager currently assisting with construction management on the Island Retreat Condominiums and Mustang Towers. He is focused on reviewing pay apps, reviewing Xactimate, estimating insurance claims, daily logs of construction activities and manpower. He has his Certified Construction Manager (CCM) certification through CMAA. He is also certified in Construction Quality Management for Contractors (CQM-C) through the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
Austin previously worked on the 2013 & 2016 Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD Bond Program. He also previously worked with Manor ISD on the 2014 Bond Program, working on a new Elementary School (CSP contract), a new Middle School (CSP contract), and a new Senior High School under a CMAR contract. In addition, Austin had experience on the Nueces River Rail Yard Project Phase I for the Port of Corpus Christi, specifically focusing on managing construction of a new 6-track (24,800 LF) interchange yard.
As a Construction Manager, Austin is responsible to provide construction leadership and perform administration and management within a defined scope of services from start of construction through startup and occupancy. She provides guidance on project-related activities and serves as the lead for the PDT consisting of the Owner, Architect/Engineer and Contractor. Through hands-on coordination with the PDT, she acts in the interest of the Owner as agent and/or advisor. He is responsible to interpret plans and specifications, for Construction Quality Assurance services providing on-site observation and inspection of materials, structures, equipment, workmanship, methods used and performance by the Contractor, to verify that the project is constructed in compliance with the Construction Documents. Austin serves as supervisor and/or mentor to Assistant Construction Manager(s), Inspector(s) and/or other technical or administrative personnel specifically assigned to his projects.