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Central London, London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership BIM Manager
Reference #: 18696_1555066542
Location: Central London, London
Salary: £50000 - £60000 per annum
Benefits: Benefits package
Sector: Civils & Infrastructure
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 12/04/2019

I am working with a highly regarded international Structural Engineering practice who are looking for a new BIM Manager to join the company. The current BIM Manager is relocating, hence there is an excellent opportunity for an experienced BIM professional to help the company to push on toward BIM Level 2 accreditation. Unlike some Structural Engineering companies, the Directors in the UK understand and have truly bought into the benefits of BIM.

The ideal candidate will be someone who has previously worked as a Structural Revit Technician and has since progressed to a BIM Manager role. The company is looking to achieve BIM Level 2 accreditation and experience of helping a company to achieve this with the BRE, BSI or similar organisations is expected. You will need to be able to assist and manage Technicians on design work when required.

This company is known predominantly for working on high rise towers, however in the London office there is a variety of work, from small refurbishment projects to new build towers in the Middle East.

Required experience:

  • Developing BIM Standards
  • Preferably have experience working on a range of buildings projects
  • Experience of delivering projects at BIM Level 2
  • Comfortable developing Revit templates and managing the Revit library
  • Experience of using Navisworks for Clash Detection

This is a company we met with recently, so for more information, please give Elliot a call on 0207 960 2580

BIM - Revit - Level 2 - Navisworks - Clash Detection - BIM Standards - Structural Engineering - Technician

 
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