Project Manager

Paradigm Of Idaho Project Manager Jorgen Vaage's Headshot


Jorgen brings a desirable combination of skills to each project. Holding four-time Dean’s List Honors from the Boise State College of Engineering, he has a proven record of knowledge regarding the Construction Management process. With expertise in cost controls, contract management, construction documentation, and facilitation of the start-to-finish building process, Jorgen brings the hard-skills to the owner’s team that are required to protect the schedule, budget, and product in the long-run. Carrying a stoic and confident demeanor, interacting with various entities of the project team in a collaborative and unifying effort is where he brings the unteachable soft skills of problem solving, communication, and decision-making to the backing of the client.


  • Project Cost Controls and Budget Allocation (Job Cost Detail Reports, Subcontractor Payment Applications)
  • Drawings and Spec Interpretations
  • Heavy/Highway, Commercial and Mixed Use Project Knowledge
  • Cost Estimation and Takeoff
  • AISC Concrete/Steel Design
  • Construction Contracts analysis
  • Experience in client-relations, communication, conflict-resolution
  • Electrical Systems
  • Analysis and problem-solving
  • Closeout Documentation
  • Subcontractor Pay Coordination
  • Project Scheduling
  • Construction Documentation (RFI’s, Submittals, Logs, etc.)
  • Land Surveying/Layout Practices


Bardenay LLC. 2018-2021
Internal Accounting – Bardenay and Coyne’s
Update general ledger, Cash Handling/Reconciliation, match daily required deposits to internal accounting system. Verify Journal Entry accuracy and balance with debit and credit accounts for multiple locations. Handle loss-management, cash-audit, and electronic document management for multiple entities. Accounts-Payable documentation handling.

Lochsa Structural Engineering 2017-2018
Building Information Modeling Design
Worked with Architects and Structural Engineers to create 3D computer models and plans of the structural components of a building. Ensure constructability of components and verify good communication of the documents to contractors and architects.


  • Boise State University – Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Construction Management
  • American Institute of Constructors – Constructor Certification Commission Exam (Scored 92% Nationally)
  • OSHA 10-Hour – Completed