The London studio is seeking a BIM coordinator. By implementing the use of BIM through project teams, you will be in a key position to contribute to a range of projects across multiple sectors such as healthcare, housing and education, and the company-wide BIM management team to shape the future use of BIM throughout the practice.
You will have a key practical role on BIM projects and be responsible for the BIM workflow and act as a Revit Super User to coordinate and programme the use of Revit and associated software to deliver BIM to meet client requirements.
An as an architect/architectural technologist you will have at least two years' experience working as a BIM coordinator using Autodesk software, leading BIM processes across a range of medium to large scale construction projects.
You will need to be an advanced user of Revit and Navisworks, have a detailed understanding of commercial construction techniques, the rationale behind design decisions and their application through BIM processes with a strong knowledge of BS1192:2007 and PAS documentation, particularly PAS1192:Parts two, three, four, and five.
You will be able to develop BIM execution plans from client meetings and employers information requirements, implement and maintain BIM processes for the project and ensure robust quality control procedures to ensure all models and datasets are accurate, and that the level of information is fit for purpose.
You will be enthusiastic about the potential of BIM, have the ability to train less experienced software users, and be able to champion its benefits within project teams. You will be diplomatic and pragmatic, able to deliver sound advice and instruction to the project team and liaising with the design team while maintaining strong client focus. A working knowledge of Codebook to manage data outside but linked to Revit is also highly desirable.
Embracing an interdisciplinary design ethos, you will collaborate with clients, Revit specialists, design professionals, and project participants at all levels to implement fully integrated BIM coordination, documentation and quality management.
(COMPANY NAME) is a major international interdisciplinary practice of architects, designers, engineers and urbanists working together to create outstanding 'places for people'.
We work closely with users, clients and the community to create special places for living, working, shopping, culture and learning across Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
Founded in Preston in the UK in 1961, we now have studios across the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, the MENA region, India, and China. (COMPANY NAME) has a leading track record in all major sectors including health, education, workplace, retail, urbanism, heritage, housing, transport, leisure, public safety and energy utilities, having won over 900 awards for design quality from international and national bodies.
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In return, (COMPANY NAME) offers an excellent opportunity for your personal development as well as an attractive remuneration package that includes a competitive salary, flexible pension allowance, private medical insurance, contribution towards professional subscriptions and a great working environment.
Location: London, Clerkenwell
Contract: full-time, permanent
Sector: healthcare, education and housing projects
(COMPANY NAME) is an equal opportunities employer.
Application deadline: 15 June