MEP COORDINATOR

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MEPCoordinator

 

Position Summary

 

Assist Pre-constructionand Operation Departments in developing MEP estimates and options, overseeingthe MEP bidding process, coordinating field installations and commissioning.  The MEP Coordinator reports to the Manager ofMEP Services

 

Major Responsibilities

 

  1. Understand and demonstrate the Company's mission, policies and values.

  2. Develop MEP budgets for all business groups -- including Healthcare, Corporate, Senior Living, Education, Industrial, and Community.

  3. Provide design options to enhance the systems

  4. Track historical costs

  5. Research and evaluate new technologies as the market evolves

  6. Work with project managers, designers, and owners to procure MEP services.

  7. Assist project teams in selecting the appropriate contracting approach, such as hard bid, design-assist, and GMP’s.

  8. Assist project teams in the management of construction projects involving cost control, expediting, trade coordination, and scheduling.

  9. Provide field observations and troubleshoot problems that arise during construction

  10. Review change order requests

  11. Assist in the commissioning process.

  12. Develop relationships with subcontractors, vendors, architects, engineers and owners.

  13. Conduct facility assessments and develop early options during the conceptual stages of projects

  14. Review customer energy usage and propose solutions to save operating costs

  15. Be knowledgeable in the USGBC LEED process and help develop approaches to maximize sustainability

  16. Be knowledgeable in BIM approaches and aid in high-level coordination when requested.

  17. Organize and manage multiple preconstruction events

  18. Participate in sales interviews and business development strategies

     

     

    Position Background Requirements

     

    A bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or related degree, from an accredited university is required.  Five (5) to eight(8) years of project experience with a mechanical or electrical contractorand/or engineering design firm is required. Strong attention to detail and an understanding of the construction process, in addition to mechanical and electrical systems, is critical.  Strong organizational, communication, andsocial skills are needed to fit with the wide range of tasks and teams.