Job ID: 2044 Job Title: MEP Coordinator Location: San Francisco, CA
Our client is looking for a MEP Coordinator to join their San Francisco team. The Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) Coordinator will closely collaborate with all members of the Project Team.
Provide support during both pre-construction and project phases by reviewing trade partners’ estimates and costs concerning design changes.
Take on responsibilities encompassing estimating support, reviewing subcontractor bids, creating schedules, managing project logistics, and conducting constructability reviews related to MEP systems.
Take charge of facilitating communication between the owner and architect during the planning and installation of the following systems: HVAC, electrical, automation, plumbing, process piping, low voltage systems, fire/life safety, and fire protection design/construction coordination (including both validated and non-validated systems).
Participate in the assessment of all MEP-related shop drawings and submittals.
Aid in the formulation of commissioning plans for all MEP systems, outlining test requirements, necessary inspections, factory start-up of major equipment, factory acceptance testing, project and vendor documentation prerequisites, and comprehensive integrated test plans showcasing full system operations.
Supervise the coordination of MEP systems throughout the project’s virtual design and construction process.
Be responsible for on-site construction support for MEP systems, overseeing start-up, balancing, commissioning, and validation certification for these systems, which includes owner training and final project closure.
Develop and oversee project-specific MEP quality and safety programs, including leading safety cause mapping for post-MEP safety incidents.
Possess a strong grasp of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering concepts and relevant codes.
Capable of collaborating with various stakeholders to identify and resolve intricate issues in relation to MEP design and construction.
Proficient in conducting complex meetings involving multiple participants, promptly issuing meeting minutes, and ensuring follow-up on deliverables from participants.
Demonstrate a solid understanding of fire/life safety and fire sprinkler systems, as well as their integration with mechanical, electrical, and building systems.
Familiarity with the testing and balancing process and its requirements.
Comprehend building automation systems and sequences as they pertain to MEP, along with MEP-related safety regulations.
Able to contribute to a safety-oriented culture within a construction environment.