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The role of the Construction Project Manager is to assist the Senior Construction Project Manager in managing construction projects. The Construction Project Manager will assume responsibilities for field, construction & financial aspects of managed projects, and resolve issues related to completing projects on schedule and within budget.

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The premiere veteran Staffing/Recruitment company dedicated to Transitioning and placing military men and women into a wide variety of jobs including construction Project Manager, Mechanical Engineer, Technical Engineer, Building Door-Man/Woman and Concierge, Sales, customer service, Technology, Security, Facilities management and Hospitality to name a few throughout the greater Tri-State area.

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We strive to help military veterans to build a long-term career within our business. To achieve that, we invest in the training and development of our candidates. It’s also about coaching and motivating veterans to stay the course and maintain confidence. The individual needs vary greatly between candidates and your needs are of top priority.

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We Introduce corporation’s to the broad skill sets of military veterans for the purpose of employment into the civilian workforce, and bring value to your company.

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Christopher Scott "Chris" Kyle (April 8, 1974 – February 2, 2013) was a United States Navy SEAL and is known as the most lethal sniper in American military history, with 160 confirmed kills (out of 255 claimed kills),although these statistics have not been released by the Pentagon.

At the age of 8, Kyle's father taught him to shoot. As a youth, he trained as a bronco rider for the rodeo, which he gave up after a serious injury to his arm. He had intended to volunteer and enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps, and was recruited by the U.S. Army, but eventually enlisted with the U.S. Navy. Kyle served four tours in the second Iraq war, and was awarded the Bronze and Silver Star medals multiple times. Iraqi insurgents dubbed him the "Devil of Ramadi" and offered an increasing bounty for his head. He was shot twice, and was involved in six IED attacks. Kyle was honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy in 2009 in order to spend time with his family. He remained in the spotlight during retirement, and wrote a New York Times bestselling autobiography, American Sniper. Kyle was shot and killed on February 2, 2013, near Chalk Mountain, Texas.

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