Job ID: 2041 Job Title: MEP Manager Location: San Francisco, CA
Our client is looking for a MEP Manager to join their San Francisco team. The role of the Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) Manager involves coordinating trades within a project team. This position collaborates closely with the Project Manager and the team to ensure the successful completion of trade work.
Support Estimating during Bidding and Preconstruction phases by defining and developing MEP scope of work and assessing subsequent bids.
Review Contract Documents and provide suggestions/modifications relevant to MEP trades.
Lead and oversee MEP subcontractors throughout the project’s lifecycle, spanning from Groundbreaking to Commissioning and Turnover to the Owner.
Collaborate with the Scheduling department to create detailed schedules for MEP installation activities, including cost and resource allocation.
Develop an MEP Schedule of Values and contribute to the billing process.
Work with the Superintendent on project logistics and plans for temporary facilities.
Review and approve materials and equipment intended for MEP systems prior to installation.
Monitor the installation, start-up of MEP systems, and project commissioning in conjunction with Engineers and the Owner.
Coordinate activities, procure materials, and manage related tasks alongside the Project Manager and Field Staff.
Provide progress updates and prepare necessary reports for the Project Manager, Project Director, Owner’s Representative, Architect, etc.
Represent the company during weekly Owner’s meetings with respect to the MEP process.
Supervise, mentor, and develop MEP Project Engineers, if applicable
Possess 7+ years of experience in Construction/MEP Coordination.
A Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or Engineering is a preferred.
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.