11 Skills and Qualities Necessary for a Construction Site Manager
“When I came to Gray, I was looking for somewhere that I could learn and grow as a person and as a leader,” said Site Manager Kendall Kluttz, “And as a site manager, I have been able to do that and more.”
To be a successful site manager on a large, fast-paced construction jobsite, it is imperative these industry professional possess a robust list of valuable skills. We have identified the skills and qualities most necessary for Gray’s site managers, according to Jim Grant, vice president of safety & field operations.
Have you ever wondered what it looks like to be a site manager on a construction jobsite? To better understand this role, take a look into a day in the life of site manager Kendall Kluttz.
If you’d like to become a site manager for Gray, visit our available positions to see what opportunity is a fit for you.
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