Construction Company Organizational Chart – Introduction and Example

Construction Company Organizational Chart – Introduction and Example

The construction company organizational chart is a graphical depiction of the roles and structure within the organization. Using an org chart, staffs and stakeholders can clearly recognize the operational relationships and reporting structures, so that they know how does the company work.

Generally, a construction company contains basic function units including:

HR, Purchasing, Project, Engineering, Finacial and Marketing department.

construction company org chart Below are specific roles and responsibilities for each department:

  1. Financial Department

The financial department is responsible for management of the company’s cash flow and ensuring there are sufficient funds available to meet the day to day payments.

  1. Human Resources Department

The H&R department is responsible for staff recruitment and training, record keeping, compensation and benefits, insurance, and employee relations

  1. Purchasing Department

Purchasing department’s main role is purchasing supplies and materials used in the projects and company daily needs. They need to compare among different suppliers and finding the items with correct prices and qualities.

  1. Project Department

Project department is responsible for scheduling and managing for each project. The project manager needs to decide the budget, assign employees and their duties to complete the job, oversee the safety of workers. They need to make sure the construction work can be well completed according to the contract.

  1. Engineering Department

In general, the engineer department is responsible for the planning of the construction project. This includes conducting surveys, engaging in research, analyzing results, planning the construction and supporting all technical issues during the project.

  1. Marketing Department

The marketing department is responsible for market research, marketing strategy, sales, advertising, promotion, pricing, product development, and public relations activities.

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