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At a construction site, the contractor’s representative who is responsible for continuous field supervision, coordination, and completion of the work and, unless another person is designated in writing by the contractor to the owner and the architect, for the prevention of accidents.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Paul Snyder, the job superintendent for the McDougal Group Inc.
Following the honeymoon, they reside in Laurel, where the groom is a job superintendent for Bush Construction Company, and the bride counsels and recruits for Jones County Junior College.
Jorgensen, who functioned as both company president and job superintendent in the firm's early days, is slowly shifting operational responsibility to his vice president, 32-year-old Craig DuVall, a native of Oregon whom Jorgensen originally hired as a carpenter.