CH2M Subfab Design/Construction Coordinator - Lehi, UT in Lehi, Utah
Help deliver safe, reliable and extremely competitive integrated facilities management services that focus on enhancing the life-cycle and performance output of our clients’ assets.
As the Subfab Design/Construction Coordinator, you’ll work with engineers, designers, and construction, coordinating the activity associated with semiconductor tool installation projects, and other facilities engineering and construction in the high-tech manufacturing facilities. Your ability to effectively communicate and work with design team, construction contractors and client personnel will allow you to effectively coordinate any field installation variances and proactively develop solutions with all parties involved to expeditiously progress the project design intent.
This position requires extensive working ability in 3D BIM as well as a proven history of field installation observations to ensure compliance with design requirements. The ability to effectively evaluate contractor installations to comply with the 3D BIM model and recognize variances from the model to the actual installation.
The Subfab Design/Construction Coordinator: • Works with client representatives on semiconductor tool installation projects • Demonstrates a high level of experience in AutoCAD and 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, Revit or other • Displays excellent people skills and ability to work independently or as part of a team, developing and maintaining effective client relationships • Takes responsibility for ensuring work is done according to design and construction plans
The minimum qualifications for this position are:
5-7 years experience in facilities design, and coordination of multiple disciplines (process, electrical, mechanical, piping, etc)
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:
AS or BS in related field (engineering, construction, design, drafting, etc.)
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