Gatwick, West Sussex
Up to £0.00 per day + rates negotiable
over 1 year ago
Construction Coordinator required at Gatwick for 6 months on extension of existing airport pier facilities, passenger gate lounges/services, creation of additional aircraft stands, taxiway/pavement interfaces and supporting utility provisions
Performs construction engineering assignments of a varied nature requiring a full working knowledge of construction engineering practices. Exercises professional judgment within the framework of broad guidelines provided by superiors. May have responsibility to provide direction to less experienced construction engineers, or construction office technical or clerical personnel. May specialise in a single field or area or assume a lead role in a specific segment of a construction project.
The Genesis project involves the extension of existing airport pier facilities, passenger gate lounges/services, creation of additional aircraft stands, taxiway/pavement interfaces and supporting utility provisions, and candidate should have experience of similar scope. Candidate is expected to operate in a seconded capacity in a mixed clients / Gatwick Airport / Consultants blended team.
The project has multiple progressive stages which the candidate will be heavily involved in a leadership role:
Constructability input to the design development of various elements of the work including conceptual input to 3d and 4d construction planning
Technical and procedural input to the overall Construction Execution Plan and Contract Packaging Plan
Design Development (Approx. now to 2023)
Constructability input to the design efforts including coordination with designers from a temporary works, phasing or work delivery method perspective
Input to the development of the BIM model to enable value to be derived from automation during the construction stage
Input to the Procurement Strategy including required-on-site date extraction from the schedule, and procedural compliance planning
Staging and temporary works detailed planning including concrete and asphalt batch plants operations, concrete waste recovery and crushing operations, stockpile management and logistics
Coordination of lessons learned from related projects
Input to tender formation for temporary works, automation, construction procedures and quality assurance and ES&H
Procurement (approx. 2020 to 2025)
Input to the formation stage of the tender and Bid Evaluate Award cycle including technical and ES&H evaluation and recommendation
Coordination of technical queries during procurement stage
Enabling and Main Works (Approx 2021 to 2018)
Procedural, assurance and temporary works support to mobilization(s) of various contractors and work sites including CDM compliance and ES&H readiness assessments
Coordination of technical queries from contractors
Compliance monitoring of the contractors against restrictions imposed during the consultation stage, and coordinate contractors' recovery efforts if required
Monitors the activities of subcontractors to ensure compliance with drawings and specifications.
Coordination of quality records and planning for the handover stage; supporting the orderly ramp down and demobilization of contractors; generation of lessons learned for subsequent works
Handover and demobilization stage (approx. 2024 to 2028)
Technical and assurance support to the contractors' efforts in obtaining completion certificates and enabling taking over activities by Gatwick Airport and the Project Manager
Coordination of contractor and others' punch lists and defects identification and work-off
Support the orderly ramp down of contractors' work sites and facilities in assigned area
Knowledge of technical engineering discipline, contracts administration and/or cost and scheduling relating to the construction of heavy industrial projects.
Computer literate in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications in accordance with current clients Standard Application Program (BSAP) standards.
Awareness of environmental compliance laws and requirements.
Knowledge and experience of the UK's CDM Regulations 2015, knowledge of the Project ES&H Handbook, the Supervisors ES&H Manual, the Project Safety Management Plan and the clients Core Processes.
Familiarity with current industry quality standards.
Knowledge of the Six Sigma program tools and methodologies.
This knowledge is normally acquired through:
A recognized Bachelor's degree in an engineering or scientific discipline coupled with work experience leading to a basic understanding of the technical knowledge described above, OR,
A recognized Master's degree in an engineering or scientific discipline, OR
Specialized courses in construction management, contract law or mathematics and work experience leading to a basic understanding of the technical knowledge described above.