Director of Construction/ Condo and Hotel
Posted on 9/18/2023
Comstock Companies

51-200 employees

Real estate asset manager specializing in mixed-use, transit-oriented
Company Overview
Comstock Holding Companies, Inc. stands out as a leading real estate asset manager, with a proven track record since 1985, specializing in mixed-use and transit-oriented properties in the Washington, D.C. region. The company's asset-light, fee-based, and substantially debt-free business model mitigates typical real estate development risks, offering a competitive advantage. Comstock's commitment to high-quality, sustainable development, and its focus on creating extraordinary places and experiences, positions it as an industry leader, making it an attractive workplace for those seeking to contribute to impactful projects and work in a company that values strong relationships.
Real Estate

Company Stage


Total Funding





Reston, Virginia

Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth

Reston, VA, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Architecture & Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related field (Master's preferred)
  • Minimum of 10 years of progressive experience in construction management, with a focus on high-rise hotel and condominium projects
  • Strong knowledge of construction methods, techniques, and industry best practices
  • Proven track record of successfully managing multiple complex projects simultaneously
  • Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills, with the ability to motivate and lead cross-functional teams
  • Exceptional communication and negotiation abilities
  • Proficiency in construction management software and tools
  • In-depth understanding of building codes, regulations, and safety standards
  • PMP or other relevant certifications are a plus
  • Project Planning and Initiation:
  • Collaborate with project stakeholders to define project scope, goals, and objectives
  • Develop comprehensive project plans, including timelines, budgets, and resource allocation
  • Conduct thorough feasibility assessments and risk analysis for each project
  • Team Leadership:
  • Lead and mentor a diverse team of construction professionals, including General Contractor, project managers, site supervisors, engineers, and subcontractors
  • Foster a collaborative and results-oriented work environment
  • Provide guidance and support to team members, resolving issues and conflicts as they arise
  • Construction Oversight:
  • Oversee all phases of construction, from pre-construction planning to project closeout
  • Monitor project progress and ensure compliance with design specifications, quality standards, and safety regulations
  • Conduct regular site visits to assess construction activities and address any challenges
  • Project Communication:
  • Maintain clear and open communication channels with stakeholders, including General Contractor, clients, architects, engineers, and regulatory authorities
  • Provide regular project updates, status reports, and presentations as required
  • Address any concerns or issues raised by stakeholders in a timely manner
  • Risk Management:
  • Identify potential risks and develop mitigation strategies to minimize project disruptions
  • Implement safety protocols to ensure a safe work environment for all construction personnel
  • Quality Assurance:
  • Implement and enforce quality control processes to ensure work meets established standards
  • Conduct inspections and audits to verify compliance with construction plans and specifications
  • Change Management:
  • Evaluate and manage change orders, variations, and any deviations from the original project plan
  • Communicate changes to relevant parties and adjust project plans accordingly
  • Punch Out Inspections:
  • Conduct comprehensive punch-out inspections on completed construction units, identifying and documenting any defects, deficiencies, or unfinished work
  • Coordinate with project managers, subcontractors, and construction teams to schedule and prioritize punch-out activities
  • Maintain detailed punch-out lists, track progress, and ensure timely resolution of identified issues
  • Unit Acceptance:
  • Verify that completed units meet all requirements before acceptance for handover to clients or stakeholders
  • Coordinate with project managers and quality control teams to ensure units are ready for delivery and meet agreed-upon standards
  • Quality Assurance:
  • Ensure that all construction work meets established quality standards, specifications, and client expectations
  • Collaborate with project teams to address and resolve punch-out items promptly, ensuring that the final product is of high quality