Job Ref: 215158617
Date: 2021-11-15 11:11:56
BIM Manager Rate: £300 per day plus holiday pay PAYE (Inside IR35)
Location – Milton Keynes
6-9 month contract available for an experienced BIM Manager to join a large civil engineering project.
BIM Manager Role Description: As BIM Manager you will be the sole BIM resource on the project and must therefore be capable of running all aspects of BIM implementation to meet the contractual requirements with Highways England.
You will be responsible for implementing, maintaining and auditing the BIM Execution Plan for the Project and associated documents. This shall include the generation of records that show compliance with the Contract Management Plan.
Provision of BIM models for contractor designed elements of the work, this will include liaising with the Survey Manager to arrange as-built surveys and generating the corresponding BIM models. Liaising with BIM manager to ensure models are in the correct format (layering and naming conventions) and coordinating collation of as-built project schedules with correct asset information, including all contractor designed assets.
Be proficient in the use of AuotCAD, Civils 3D, and Navisworks as a minimum.
How to Apply
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