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    The Mechanical Project Engineer will be the link between the field (Superintendents) and the Design team. Shall coordinate with the Subcontractors the status of submittals and RFIs, shall be involved with the subcontractor’s work supervision, follow up of the schedule, conflicts resolution and with the quality of the mechanical works to be executed on site. The pointed candidate will be responsible for construction progress verification and subcontractors payment application review. We are looking for someone with experience on drainage, plumbing, gas, HVAC and fire protection.


    – Overseeing the construction process of the different shifts
    – Coordination between the different trades
    – Monitoring the construction processes
    – Achievement of dates as per approved schedule
    – Coordination of Testing and commissioning activities
    – Coordination with QAQC department
    – Cost control
    – Coordination with subcontractor and technical office
    – Committed with the project success


    – Bachelors, and ideally Masters, degree qualified in Mechanical Engineering or a relevant subject
    – 5 + years construction experience in mechanical works on site
    – Extensive computer experience (Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, BIM)
    – Good communication (oral and writing) skills
    – Desirable Chartered status through a relevant and appropriate institution
    – Experience of leading an MEP site supervision team
    – Experience of working in multi-disciplinary construction teams
    – High level of english (minimum B2)

    International mobility is required.

    TWC’s are responsible for ensuring that all temporary works are adequately controlled and implemented on the site. They are responsible for any temporary works matters relating to the designer and site team. They have a duty to plan, manage and monitor their design through to implementation.

    The TWC should ensure that all temporary works designs are constructed following relevant drawings and specifications which are set out by the designer. Furthermore, the TWC is responsible for the permit to load ensuring that all appropriate steps have been taken to ensure the stability of the temporary structure.

    They will be required to check periodically that the temporary works have not been altered since being constructed on site and then before loading.

    The role of the TWC is an important part of the building process as they will be responsible for overseeing the temporary works from creating the register and design briefs through to inspection and quality checks.
    It is their duty to ensure that various TW responsibilities have been allocated and accepted by other members of the team if this is how the project which to manage temporary works.

    – Civil Engineer
    – Desirable TWC certification (UK)
    – High level of english (minimum B2)

    We offer:
    – Salary DOE
    – U.K. contract.
    – Return Flight to the project.

    International mobility is required.

    We are seeking a Quantity Surveyor to fill a temporary position in U.K. for 9/10 months.

    Experience required:

    – Cost Manager with experience of the rail sector/buildings and related civil engineering works.
    – Demonstrable experience of developing package budgets for projects during GRIP 0 to 5 or RIBA stages 1-3.
    – Chartered status (MRICS) desirable.

    Salary: DOE

    International mobility is required.

    Several TBM Surveyors are required for a high profile and major tunneling project.

    As a Surveyor you will be responsible to the TBM Survey Manager and assist in managing all works across the TBM during excavation.

    You will be responsible for the setting out of civil engineering works along with ensuring quality control requirements are met and recorded in accordance with specification.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Undertake Control Survey tasks both Horizontal and Vertical
    • Supervise and instruct survey related personnel to ensure quality, timely and safe work practices
    • Ensure safe execution of the work at all times
    • Manage productivity on the site
    • Enforce the instructed methods of surveying and monitoring as defined in the method statements and procedures
    • Ensure best safe practices during all survey based operations in the shaft, Tunnels and around the site liaise with the site based Supervisors
    • The Monitoring of the shaft and surrounding area including:
    – Monitoring of shaft for change sing round conditions both surface and in tunnel o Survey control of Surface, Tunnel and Shaft sinking,
    – Assisting controlling required profile
    – Data capture and processing of all data produced
    – Produce daily reports of results and changes in readings for project.
    • Maintain daily record of all survey activities on site (including personnel attendances, equipment problems, safety issues and improvements)
    • Attend the “Daily Monitoring Review” meetings when required.

    Work will take place during TBM and will therefore be demanding.

    To be considered for this role it is anticipated that you will:
    – Hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent in an Engineering discipline (preferably Civil, Structural or Mechanical)
    – Hold a CSCS Card
    – Hold a Tunnel Safety Card
    – Ideally hold a minimum of one years of experience of working on an EPB TBM Project.

    Salary: DOE

    International mobility is required.

    Land surveyor for international work. Redesign and work execution verification. Knowledge is required in the management of Leica, GPS and total station instruments. Works on highway enlargement and improvement.


    – Experience: 1 or 2 years of experience in field topography
    – High level of English (minimum B2)
    – International mobility

    Salary: DOE

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