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  • Understand basic techniques and principles of each phase of construction
    • On the job experience is invaluable
    • Attend seminars and training sessions
    • Read articles and books on current techniques
  • Read and interpret plans and specifications
  • Use only approved trade contractors
  • Communicate the required quality standards to workers
  • Implement established procedures for inspecting, correcting and approving work
  • Inspect materials as they are delivered
  • Troubleshoot jobsite problems as they arise using the Construction Manager as a resource when necessary
  • Deliver completed homes built to established standards with zero defects


  • Be familiar with and accept all aspects of the project budget
  • Approve all purchase orders related to your projects when work is complete
  • Use only approved trade contractors
  • Search for trade contractors who are less expensive and deliver quality work
  • Suggest alternative methods or materials that are less expensive and meet the established quality standards
  • Check quantity of all materials against purchase orders
  • Implement procedures to minimize theft or vandalism of materials
    • Make materials difficult to steal
    • Install materials as soon as possible after delivery
    • Arrange for someone to guard isolated or at risk projects during vulnerable periods
  • Keep accurate records related to all variance purchase orders and implement procedures to avoid variances in the future


  • Understand scheduling methods including Critical Path Method (CPM)
  • Be in agreement with projected completion dates according to established construction schedules
  • Ensure that trade contractors and suppliers are given sufficient notice
  • Coordinate material deliveries
  • Coordinate the work of all trade contractors and hired workers
  • Schedule and complete all required city inspections
  • Update progress of each project on a daily basis
  • Implement recovery procedures if schedules fall behind


  • Implement and enforce established safety regulations
  • Maintain a clean job site and work area
    • All homes should be left broom swept each day
    • Construction trailers and surround areas should be kept clean, uncluttered and in good repair
    • Vacant lots to be kept clear of weeds and debris
    • Spec homes must be maintained including weed and snow removal
    • Assist sales staff as required keeping model homes clean, free of weeds and snow and in “like new” condition
  • Maintain storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) using established Best Management Practices (BMP) for each assigned project
  • Work with Sales Agents
    • Keep them up to date on scheduling projections
    • Coordinate changes according to established procedures
    • Coordinate all communications with buyers
  • Enforce established standards and ethics to maintain company reputation and relations with trade contractors, suppliers, city officials and buyers
  • Communicate with office staff to help correct and update house plans as required

Message From Our Founders

Why we love building homes in Utah

Don, Dave and Ron share why they love building new homes for Utah families. Hear their story of starting McArthur Homes and what makes us different from other builders.

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Behind the Scenes

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McArthur Homes does many things to build a safer, healthier and stronger home for you and your family. VP of Construction, John Gassman, takes you on a tour behind the scenes to see how we do it.

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