MEP Co-Ordinator


Key Requirements:

  • The successful candidate can be ex-trades (electrical or plumbing), Building Services, Electrical or Mechanical engineering

  • Worked as a site chargehand or section foreman

  • Understanding of QA/QC processes, Electrical or Mechanical Commissioning, Electrical and Mechanical Health & Safety risks

  • Confident chairing site MEP meetings

Key Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Senior MEP Manager, Europe, your key responsibilities are:

  • To liaise with design teams and MEP sub-contractors

  • Ensure MEP sub-contractors receive the information needed to progress the MEP installation in accordance with the programme

  • Organise and chair weekly co-ordination meetings with the MEP sub-contractors and design teams

  • Ensure MEP sub-contractors produce the following documents:
    - Coordinated MEP drawings
    - Procurement schedules
    - Programmes
    - Progress reports
    - Requests for information

  • Attend project team meetings as required

  • Track the progress of MEP sub-contractors against the main programme and report any variances to the Contracts Manager

  • Liaise with the utility suppliers to arrange for power, gas and telco connections

  • Provide the project team with up to date information on current MEP developments

  • Carry out site inspections of the MEP works to ensure the installation conforms to the relevant standards

  • Regularly check the installation against the MEP specification and drawings

  • Report any non-conformity to the project team and MEP contractors

  • Coordinate the production of the following documents at practical completion:
    - As built drawings
    - O&M manuals

  • Coordinate training for the client with the MEP contractors at practical completion

  • Be aware of their legal, practical and regulatory responsibilities, and have a detailed understanding of Health and Safety

  • In conjunction with the Health & Safety Department, ensure that MEP sub-contractors submit a safety statement and site specific method statement before works commence

  • Liaise with the safety department when coordinating the MEP sub-contractors

  • Ensure MEP sub-contractors are made aware of Collen health & safety policies and procedures and that health & safety is discussed at co-ordination meetings

  • Reprimand and report anyone observed carrying out unsafe work practices to the Health & Safety Department, site manager, and as required, their employer

  • Check and confirm adequacy of provisions within the site specific method statements relating to MEP works on site i.e., working with live electrical services, site deliveries, etc and co-ordinate these works on site

  • Assist the Health & Safety Department in the collation of the project’s safety file.

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