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Design Coordinator
Salary: £ 30,000-60,000 Permanent Central London

The Cilent

We are currently working for a Major UK Main Contractor & Developer. The group has a turnover of over £700 Million across the UK.

 

Over the last 25 years they have built and maintained relationships with key clients and they have substantial order book and a large pipeline for upcoming projects across the UK. We are working for the business unit that specialises in New Build projects and works across London and the South.

 

They work on a mixture of new build and refurbishment schemes for private & public sector, local authority, and housing associations. Types of schemes include residential, education, regeneration, student accommodation, leisure, Retirement Living and extra care with construction values ranging from £5 million to £100+ million.

 

They have built a strong top tier management team that have a proven track record and strong credentials.

 

The Role

The Design Coordinator will report into a Design Manager and someone that will be managing multiple projects.

We are seeking individuals that will be responsible for developing and implementing a plan to deliver their project to the correct specification, on time and within budget.

Project Details:

  • Student Accommodation Project, Southeast London– Contract Value: Build £75 million - student accommodation project – Scope of works: The project involved the demolition an existing building to create a 10+ storey halls of residence scheme to provide 300+ student rooms, with facilities including a new gym, roof terraces, leisure area and  Communal areas.

 

Ideal Candidate

They are looking for an established Design Coordinator or an Assistant Design Coordinator and emerging talent looking to take the next step.  

This business has an established client base and management team that consists of competent, driven, and mature individual that are looking for people that want to take ownership and responsibility for their work.

 

Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to:

  • Appointing External Consultants
  • Checking working drawing packages produced by External Consultants
  • Resolving technical issues arising from sites
  • Obtaining design drawings from suppliers and obtaining consultant approval
  • Attending department development review meetings
  • Checking Structural Engineers drawings in relation to the Architects drawings
  • Managing the consultant’s appointment process & paperwork including: PI Insurance, Collateral Warranties
  • Issue drawings to other departments and sites