What is a BIM Coordinator?
BIM Coordinators are responsible for digital processes associated with the design and construction stages of a project. They ensure 3D models, drawings and structural data are hosted in one, accessible place and deliver project information model to clients.
What are the typical skills for a BIM Coordinator?
From employer to employer the skills for a BIM Coordinator will vary, however typical skills include:
Persistence and determination
Excellent verbal communication skills
Attention to detail
Flexibility and open to change
A thorough understanding of computer systems and applications.
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For over 15 years we have specialised in securing contract and permanent opportunities for BIM Coordinator professionals across the Construction, Civils, Rail, Power and Telecoms sectors.
Working globally with the largest contractors, consultancies, along with many infrastructure owners and operators, we are ideally positioned to work with talented BIM Coordinators and secure the market's leading BIM Coordinator opportunities.
With a reputation for being experts in the sectors that we operate, we are also renowned for consistently delivering the right opportunities to our candidates, working proactively in order to give our candidates the edge in a competitive marketplace.
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Berlin is the capital and the largest city in Germany, both in area and population, with an estimated population of 3.8 million. The city covers an area of roughly 344 square miles. Berlin has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, such as:
Axel Springer Building
This new cube-shaped building is the latest addition to the Axel-Springer Campus, the ensemble of different premises at the media and technology company’s headquarters. The new Axel Springer building offers 52,000 square meters of work space for more than 3,000 employees and is characterised by its open, transparent architecture.
UP! Friedrichshain Berlin Building
This construction project has seen the transformation of an ageing iconic shopping mall into a modern place for work and retail in Berlin’s Friedrichshain neighbourhood. The nearly 675,000 ft2 / 67,000 m2 project named “UP!” reveals the building’s past and points to its future with a new volumetric appearance and a new, entirely glazed building envelope.
Terminal 2 at Berlin Brandenburg Airport
Terminal 2 at BER Airport is the fastest-built terminal project in German history and has allowed the airport to expand the capacity by six million passengers a year. The two-story terminal with three halls includes spaces for checking-in, handing in and collecting luggage, security controls, service facilities, shops, and restaurants.
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