Grant: $1,870,000 - Department of Housing and Urban Development - Sep. 23, 2009
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Award Description: This project when complete will be to use Capital Funds to finance improvements to non-dwelling areas to make them accessible and ADA-compliant – one of the four eligible activities in Category 1 – in order that they more effectively promote the delivery of supportive services to the elderly and residents with disabilities at two of PHA communities. These two communities serve a significant number of elderly and/or persons with disabilities: Non-dwelling areas that will be improved to make them accessible and ADA-compliant include community kitchens, community dining rooms, reception areas, common restrooms, public elevators, resident council office, director’s office, and common area laundry facilities.
Project Description: This competitive grant was recently awarded. To date PHA is in the process of creating bid packages and specifications for bid packages for this large capital project. When these funds are expended the end result will be to upgrade 2 of our PHA communities that serve the elderly population.
Jobs Summary: The Project Director will be responsible for: Researching potential grant opportunities and implementing special projects that are consistent with the overall mission of the Agency. Prepares project reports for management, government regulatory or other governmental agencies. Coordinating public meetings, as needed, regarding assigned projects. Initiating bid documents (e.g., RFP, RFQ, etc.) for third-party professional service contracts, and leading or participating in Proposal Review Teams as they relate to assigned projects. Creating, executing, and revising project work plans to meet changing needs and requirements and arranges for recruitment and assignment of project personnel Preparing housing development proformas, including rental operating budgets and construction and development period cash flows, reviewing proposed financing with project team, and leading preparation of funding applications. Ensuring project documents are complete, current, and stored appropriately for auditing and HUD monitoring purposes. Reviews project proposal or plan to determine time frame, funding limitations, procedures for accomplishing project, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources to various phase of a project. Compiling all information for cost certifications, including paid invoices, lien waivers, insurance certificates, project schedules, etc. Assisting independent auditors with construction cost certifications. (Total jobs reported: 1)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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