• Posted on: Jan 02, 2023
  • Location: Long Beach, CA
  • Job ID: c5a69be2
  • Type: Full Time
  • Posted on: Jan 02, 2023
  • Location: Long Beach, CA
  • Job ID: c5a69be2
  • Type: Full Time

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HVAC Foreman (Commercial Construction)

This permanent, full-time job offers a great salary and benefits package.



  • • Review specs. Submittals, prints, schedules, estimates, etc. 
  • • Coordinate a project with other trades and sub-contractors 
  • • Identify any prefab. / seismic requirements/coring/firestop, etc. 
  • • Identify areas to be detailed. (As per your specific trade) 
  • • Review and approve detailed prefab drawings/spool sheets and submit to trade superintendent for final sign off, then submit to prefab shop for prefabrication 
  • • Build a project task manpower loading graph based on the project schedule 
  • • Draw any isometric drawings required, then submit to detailing to spool for prefab. 
  • • Take off all other systems not being prefab or covered on an isometric drawing, such as hangers, inserts & shields, consumable items, etc. 

Other expectations 

  • Able to run a crew of 20 men or less 
  • Conduct daily huddles with the crew, and discuss with the crew tasks, responsibilities, and goals 
  • Work well with other people 
  • Work well under pressure 
  • Understand how to deal with different personalities 
  • Understand how to calmly and diplomatically deal with confrontation 
  • Present yourself with a high level of professional appearance 
  • Know all trade equipment and systems 
  • Know how to read prints. 
  • Assure quality craftsmanship 
  • Understand the importance of maintaining an appropriate/efficient crew rate 
  • Do 2 & 5 week look ahead 
  • Do weekly & monthly labor tracking 
  • Do daily log 
  • Update as-built drawing as necessary 
  • Update progress drawings daily or weekly 
  • Do weekly safety meetings 
  • Do foreman rough-in checklist per area 
  • Do foreman final checklist per area 
  • Submit RFI when necessary 
  • Identify tools needed for projects 
  • Know your labor and material budgets 
  • Know where your job cost is always with labor $ and material cost 
  • Lead by example 


  • 8+ years of hands-on commercial HVAC installation experience
  • 4+ years of Foreman experience managing crews of 10 or more
  • Local and stable work history

Nice to Have

  • Piping, HVAC, and Safety Certifications and Licenses
  • Associates in Construction or Mechanical Engineering