Job Vacancy

Engineer MEP

Job ID
1172480
Job Posted On
17 October 2019
Job Industry
Water - Power - Utilities
Job Category
ACCOUNTS & FINANCE
Job Location
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Career Level
Executive Level - 2 To 8 Yrs Of Experience
Desired Candidate's Job Profile (Job Requirements)
General Roles and Responsibilities
  • MEP engineer has to review plans and specification according to plan.
  • MEP Engineer has to manage to oversee the work of subordinate staff contact architects or Engineer.
  • MEP Engineer has to prepare plans, details, specified and cost estimated of plumbing, heating, ventilating, air conditioning and general piping system.
  • MEP Engineer has to provide technical advice to staff designer, supervisor, inspector and contracting service provider, regarding installation and maintenance of MEP System.
  • MEP System has to analyze mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing engineering problems and formulate solutions.
  • MEP Engineer has to identify problems in design, plan, manage and deliver multiple projects.
  • MEP Engineer has to plan, organize the review and evaluate the work of consultant, contractor, and others. MEP Engineer has to knowledge of MS Office, AutoCAD and Project management software.
  • MEP Engineer has to prepare and deliver effective oral presentation whenever required.
  • Advise the Project Director of any technical aspects of the mechanical services that may affect construction progress, e.g. quality or snag.
  • 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 subcontractor(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 a prior review of the 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 an on-going list of mechanical services defects for contractor’s remedial action.
  • Undertake final project snagging and prepare a 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 to variable costs that may be claimed by the Contractor during the course of the works.
  • Review and comment on the Contractor’s Operation and Maintenance manuals.
 
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