Associate Construction Manager

Company: Link Logistics
Location: Charlotte
Job Type: Full Time
Date Available: 4/13/2023

The Associate Construction Manager supports their Director of Regional Construction in executing all capital expenditure, vacant space preparation & tenant improvement projects in his or her geographic area. ACM’s will be responsible for the budgeting, organizing, tracking, and execution of all projects in a timely and cost-effective manner. This position is based out of the Link office in Charlotte and will report to the Director, Regional Construction.


  • Proactive communication with regional construction, construction operations, property management, and asset management teams.
  • Performing projects in strict accordance with established lease terms.
  • Accurately forecast capital cash projections for the entire region.
  • Completion of projects within established forecasted time frame and within established budget guidelines.
  • Establish good working relationships with vendors throughout the market to build a strong and positive reputation for Link Logistics.
  • Uphold vendor selection integrity by adhering to corporate guidelines.
  • Increase the number of qualified vendors in the region.
  • The ACM should assist the Director in providing budgetary guidance to the acquisitions teams to help with deal creation and overall understanding of total cost and project schedule.
  • Serve as a point of contact for Contractors and 3rd party Project Managers regarding construction related issues.
  • Regional reporting for monthly cash forecasting to the Construction Operations team
  • Input timely project & budgetary updates along with respective backup documentation.
  • Manage costs around engagement of external construction management teams.
  • Travel (both air travel and car depending on the market) as necessary to oversee all construction related activities and any other related construction projects/issues. Average 4 to 8 days per month.


  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, construction/building science, engineering or architecture and design strongly preferred.
  • Minimum of 2+ years of commercial construction experience required.
  • Experience and expertise in new construction, renovation/rehab, development, and industrial construction.
  • Ability to review and comprehend construction documents
  • Experience with project management software, Yardi, Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft Office Suite with a strong emphasis on Excel.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects at different stages of renovation/construction.
  • Experience reviewing and identifying critical details from lease documentation.
  • Understanding of legal contracts, AIA documents, and other related construction draw forms.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all project stakeholders.
  • Must possess a highly developed acumen in problem solving, communication, organization, and business analytics.

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Link Logistics Real Estate (“Link”) owns and operates the largest U.S.-only portfolio of logistics real estate, leasing warehouse space to everyone from e-commerce giants to mom-and-pop shops. Established by Blackstone in 2019, we combine scale, cutting-edge technology, and logistics expertise to help our customers grow their businesses. Our portfolio includes more than 500 million square feet in dynamic markets nationwide. About 6 percent of U.S. GDP—translating to some $1.4 trillion every year—flows through the space Link customers occupy in our facilities.

Because we believe that good business must be synonymous with doing good, strong environmental, social and governance practices are foundational to our identity as a firm. These practices include setting ambitious goals to combat climate change, partnering with local nonprofits, and prioritizing internal diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. We seek to use our position, ideas, and influence to drive progress in our industry and the wider world.  At Link, we give our customers space to grow—and we give people space to grow, too.