Working as part of the project management team, reporting to the Project Director, the Lead Mechanical (MEP) Engineer is responsible for all aspects of the project relating to building services. The role includes the management of the MEP team to ensure that the day to day duties are performed professionally and expeditiously to support the ongoing progress of the project. The MEP team on site consists of the Lead Mechanical (MEP) Engineer, Electrical Engineer and MEP Inspectors.
• Advise the Project Director of any technical aspects of the mechanical services that may affect construction progress, e.g. quality or snagging. • Continually review the contractor’s construction schedule during the progress of site works with regards to MEP services and report to the project Director on the same. • Manage the day to day work of the MEP team. • In conjunction with the document controller, ensure that the filing/logging of the MEP documentation is undertaken in line with the project handbook and continually monitor the same. • Advise on all issues regarding LEED and ensure that the appropriate documentation and information is provided to the appropriate authorities to obtain the LEED standard required on the project. • Take part in risk workshops and report any risks associated with MEP installations or general project to the Project Director. • Review Contractor’s installation method statements. • Review Contractor’s shop drawings against the design [tender] drawings for compliance with the design intent and return to Project Director with appropriate comments / approval within the specified contractual period (normally 10 working days). • Review contractor’s mechanical shop drawing in conjunction with the structural and electrical engineers to ensure engineering co-ordination and advise the Project Director accordingly. • Where required prepare technical clarifications to the tendered design to suit specific on-site construction and co-ordination issues. • Review Contractor’s mechanical services material proposals against specified technical performance requirements and advise the Project Director on the appropriateness of the proposals. • Review Contractor’s proposed sub contractor(s) associated with the engineering works from a technical standpoint. • Undertake general project site observation / inspection of the mechanical services works for Contractor’s adherence to the approved shop drawings and Consultant’s specification, good working practices and construction schedule. • Monitor and promote health and safety on the site. Record and report any breaches to the Project Manager. If required stop the construction works if unsafe practices are being followed. • Be available to undertake off-site inspections of proposed equipment and materials as may be deemed necessary by the Project Manager. • Undertake prior review of Contractor’s proposed mechanical system testing & commissioning methods and schedule. • Witness on-site piped system pressure test, air conditioning duct leakage testing and other testing that may be required during the first fix works and advise the Project Director accordingly. • On a spot basis, witness mechanical system final testing and commissioning. • Review and comment on Contractor’s testing and commissioning results and advise the Project Director accordingly. • Maintain on-going list of mechanical services defects for contractor’s remedial action. • Undertake final project snagging and prepare list of defects for Contractor’s action. • Attend project, site progress and any mechanical services related technical meetings as directed by the project manager. • Prepare draft site / engineer’s instructions, relating to the building mechanical services, as required and issue to the Project Manager. • Provide advice to the Project Director in regard to any mechanical services related variation costs that may be claimed by the Contractor during the course of the works. • Review and comment upon the Contractor’s Operation and Maintenance manuals. • Attend project progress meetings. • Chair MEP design team meetings, as required. • Attend the Project Manager’s internal meetings. • Set up meetings to resolve specific site problems as required to minimize program delays. • Review and approve Contractor’s ‘as built’ drawings. • Advise on long lead MEP items that may affect progress of the works. • Prepare the MEP section of the Project Managers monthly progress report. • Deal with Contractor’s RFIs relating to the MEP works. • Monitor quality of the Contractor’s construction installations. • Ensure that daily progress reports are produced with regards to MEP works. • Maintain a site diary. • The post holder must at all times carry out his/ her duties with due regard to the Buro Happold Diversity Policy
Job Role: Engineering
Company Industry: Construction
Career Level: Mid Career
Position will be leading the kitchen at the Private Palace of the Royal Family owning our Group of Companies. Family is consisting of 4 members. Duties are as below:
Planned daily menu, shopped and prepared daily meals
Prepared special event and holiday menus
Responsible for keeping kitchen and pantry stocked for family daily needs
Determined how food should be presented and created decorative food displays.
Inspected supplies, equipment, and work area to ensure conformance to family standards.
Maintained the quantity and quality of foods and supplies.
Manage and assign responsibillities to other cooks and kitchen helpers to ensure the kitchen ran smoothly and was well stocked.
Traveled with family to their summer residence
NOTE: Competitive Salary package awaits the qualified including a bachelor accomodation, food, transport, laundry service, paid yearly vacation and a yearly ticket.
Job Role: Other
Company Industry: Construction
Career Level: Mid Career