Job description / Role
Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team in the Engineering Department, a Fire Safety & Utility Engineer is required to combine their technical experience and knowledge for the management of design by the client’s design consultants for Regional Infrastructure special and miscellaneous Projects.
• Support the Design Project Manager in managing and delivering the design in accordance with the Programme and the requirements of the client.
• Organize and monitor the development of the design consultant’s planned activities and provide progress reports to Design Project Management, highlighting performance to plan.
• Plan and organize the review of the design consultant’s deliverables, interfacing with subject matter experts and design review teams.
• Provide quality assessment reports to Project Management and the client.
• Assist the Contracts Department and Construction teams in pre-construction and post contract award activities
• Management of design activities and coordination of workloads related to fire safety and utility for special and miscellaneous Infrastructure projects.
• Plan, organize , manage and monitor the review of design deliverables produced by the client’s design consultant, including reports, providing feedback to the Design Project Manager regarding progress, key issues and risk.
• organize and manage the design review of the design consultant’s hazard and risk logs.
• organize the response to comments raised on deliverables by the likes of subject matter experts, the design review team, the Independent Checking Engineer, and Independent Safety Assessors.
• Ensure the buildability of the proposed design and suitability of materials.
• organize engineering efforts in assigned areas between specialty and other engineering groups or disciplines, with the client, suppliers, and contractors.
• organize and visit the jobsite as required, to resolve problems, interpret drawings and documents and provide technical support during the construction phase.
• organize with other disciplines, consultants, and attend project meetings from time to time.
• organize with Contracts Department and Construction teams for supporting the pre-construction procurement process and the checking and assembly of the design documentation for issue as design-build or design-bid-build tender packages as required.
• Review contractor’s construction drawings, respond to technical queries and technical submittals to ensure compliance with design intent.
• Review design and engineering studies prepared by local and international engineering firms
• Review changes or deviations in design scope, material quantities, budget or schedule, and assists particularly with defining the change, obtaining accurate estimates of the hours involved, and recommending budget adjustment.
• Participate in site visits and investigations led by designers.
• Take an active role in design reviews, interdisciplinary design reviews and provide comments.
• Perform work that involves conventional design practice but may include complex features such as resolving conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials and/or difficult coordination requirements.
• Provide guidance for assured design quality and compliance with the client’s requirements, design guidelines, statutory requirements, local and international codes, standards and norms, and international standards of independent firms that are carrying out the detailed design.
• Fire Safety, Utility or Mechanical Engineering Degree from an accredited university with 5+ years of relevant experience in design management, related to special and miscellaneous Infrastructure projects.
• Experience in managing the design/installation/operation/maintenance of Infrastructure projects.
• Experience in both design-build and design-bid-build forms of procurement with contractors and consultants
• Experience in field construction and inspection for initial acceptance.
• Knowledge of relevant codes and standards pertinent to the discipline.
• Good working knowledge of the US National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards, in particular NFPA 101 and NFPA 130 and all related and sub referenced Fire and Life Safety standards
• Thorough knowledge of discipline engineering techniques, the design of engineered systems and design calculations.
• Knowledge of current computer applications for engineering and design including appropriate knowledge of CAD (both 2-D and 3-D) e.g AutoCAD, MS Word and Excel for managing design reviews
• Understanding of the roles played by other departments on projects including basic construction practices and the economics involved.
• A professional license from a recognized licensing or registration board.
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