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Building Information Modelling Coordinator

Building Information Modelling Coordinator

  • Location:

    Plymouth, Devon

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  • Sector:

    Marine Design Engineering

  • Salary:

    £20.00 - £40.00 per hour

  • Contact:

    Tom Critch

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  • Published:

    15 days ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months+

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  • Client:

    Morson International


The client is looking for Coordination of Building Information Modelling (BIM) deliverables in support of Nuclear and Non-Nuclear Safety related facilities for Strategic Infrastructure projects. The role must also be able to provide cover in the absence of the BIM Manager

Tasks and responsibilities are:

  • preparing and reviewing the federated BIM model
  • Approving, managing and supervising the process for developing all graphical, non-graphical and document information relating to infrastructure and equipment for both Nuclear Safety Related and Non- Nuclear facilities
  • Coordinate the delivery of BIM tasks
  • Prepare templates for BIM models and drawing sheets
  • Monitor the project team's adherence to the BIM Execution Plan and provide guidance if necessary
  • Prepare the federated model
  • Execute clash detection and report appropriately
  • Manage and maintain the BIM model library
  • Communicate the BIM plan to the Task Teams
  • Accept reject information exchanges within the common data environment
  • Develop Levels of Definition (LOD) strategy
  • Prepare the volume strategy
  • Enable integration and co-ordination of information within the Information Model

You will also need to have experience in the following areas:

  • Qualified to HNC in a relevant Engineering discipline
  • must have completed YINC or NFC or NIC or equivalent (or hold a current waiver)
  • Minimum 3 Years Design Experience
  • The post holder must be able to demonstrate relevant knowledge and skills required in the process of Building Information Modelling throughout the design lifecycle
  • BS1192 BIM files naming conventions, status codes and revisions
  • Using a Common Data Environment (CDE) to follow the PAS1192-2 method of collaboration
  • Use of Autodesk Revit software to create BIM projects
  • Use of Autodesk Navisworks software to prepare and review federated models. Undertake clash detection
  • Familiarity with the design of civil engineering, structural engineering and architecture
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