Deanston Cooperâ€™s client, a high successful civil engineering contractor has a current requirement for a BIM Co-ordinator to work out of their offices in Glasgow.
As a BIM Co-ordinator you will assist in driving the development and implementation of emerging technology and digital processes, embedding Building Information Modelling (BIM) into the business and delivering additional value and efficiencies.
- Managing and controlling the Common Data Environment.
- Ensuring that all project mobilisation, contractual documentation and delivery are successfully executed in accordance with the ISO19650 and PAS1192 suite of BIM standards
- Ensuring the security of all digital project information in line with ISO19650-5, including appropriate security vetting for access to the Common Data Environment, handling of SBA's and raising non-compliances where they occur
- Developing, overseeing and ensuring the success of the Suppliers Exchange Information Requirements at each delivery stage.
- Verifying the final Project Information Model against the Master Information Delivery Plan.
- Raising technical queries and early warnings with the Digital Delivery Lead and Project Manager.
- Working with the Task Team Managers to ensure adherence to appropriate digital discipline workflows.
- Production and management of the project health and safety model in line with PAS 1192-6.
- Being the main point of contact and the authority of BIM, including providing leadership and guidance on the projects.
- Working with Project teams to meet their 4D requirements and responsible for the handover of Project Information Models.
Applications are welcome form candidates with:
- A degree or HND/HNC in a related subject.
- Ideally experience within the Construction / Civil Engineering sectors
- A good understanding of Information Management according to ISO19650 standards and requirements.
- A good knowledge of Engineering design and Information Management systems.
- Excellent communication and personal skills and capable of managing a challenging workload.