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Design and Build Coordinator (New Builds)

  • Job reference: BBBH4149
  • Location: London
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Job type: Permanent
This vacancy has now expired.

Our Client based in Woodford Green is looking for an experienced Design and Build Coordinator to join their team.

Job Summary:

  • Reporting to the Associate Director of the Technical Design and Build Department.
  • Manage the design process for design and build contracts, and traditional contracts with construction design portions.
  • Act as the primary contact for the design teams, clients and production teams.
  • Advise on the cost-effectiveness of alternative methods of construction.
  • Co-ordinate the design information supplied to our construction division.
  • Manage compliance checks against specification and client requirements.
  • Manage design output to agreed programmes.
  • Liaise with Local Authorities, Building Control, Building Warranty Providers and Planning Departments.

Experience/Requirements:

  • Demonstrate a continuous professional construction background in a design based discipline with professional qualifications, relevant professional institute membership desirable.
  • Substantial experience of new build residential projects.
  • A good working knowledge of Town Planning processes, Building Regulations and NHBC Technical Standards.
  • A good appreciation of building services.
  • Good team player with the ability to liaise confidently and professionally with clients, consultants and construction teams.
  • Head office based, with the opportunity of regular travel to sites.

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Benefits (other)
  • Excellent working conditions
  • Opportunity for career progression as part of a multi-discipline construction company.

If interested, please get in touch via contact details provided or click "Apply" to forward an up to date copy of your CV and ideally with a cover letter.

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