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MEP Coordinator

San Francisco Bay Area, California 94102 | Direct Hire

Job ID: 53694 Position: Building/Construction/Development Branch: San Francisco

Job Description

Healthcare Division is looking for two Sr. MEP Coordinators for projects in the Greater Bay Area 

• Supervision of Mechanical/Electrical Superintendent 
• Able to perform all Mechanical/Electrical Superintendent responsibilities 
• Recruit, train and supervise activities of all Division Mechanical/Electrical Superintendents 
• Evaluate future demand for Mechanical/Electrical superintendents by monitoring backlog and attending staff meetings as appropriate 
• Monitor each Mechanical/Electrical superintendent’ s compliance with their job descriptions and responsibilities and conduct formal employee performance evaluations 
• Act as “ contact” for all Project Manager and Superintendent requests for Mechanical/Electrical Superintendent needs 
• Assist in developing sequences of installation for mechanical and electrical components 
• Assist in establishing milestones for completion of various systems to allow sufficient time for pre-testing and testing 
• Assist in establishing testing schedule for each subcontractor’ s individual components leading up to coordinated testing of systems involving several contractors 
• Assist in establishing shop drawing and submittal schedules and see to their maintenance and follow-up. Help identify long lead items, and see to their inclusion in the Master project Schedule, including all updates 
• Monitor compliance with all schedules 
• Assist in establishing job close-out schedules and implement specific procedures for close-out including submittals of as-builts, O&M manuals and Owner’ s training 
Shop Drawings and Submittals 
• Review for compliance with contract documents 
• Review for proper scope coordination among all trades and ensure that appropriate submittals are exchanged among trades where necessary 
• Check-off list developed to show completion dates for Set-in-Place, Wired, Controlled, Testing, and Accepted phases 
• Estimating and Preconstruction 
• Review mechanical and electrical preliminary estimates and preliminary schedules for accuracy 
• Review subcontractor budgets, scope sheets, qualifications, exclusions, etc. 
• Review subcontract proposals for scope, price and compliance with general contract 
• Determine which systems will be considered in coordination activities (see attached list). 
• Facilitate VDC processes, if applicable. 
• Underground – plumbing, piping, conduits, grounding, shoring, foundations. 
• Interstitial Space– ductwork, mechanical equipment, fire sprinkler, conduits and cabling, piping, fire/smoke dampers, framing, structural steel, seismic bracing, lighting, pneumatic tube, service access. 
• Wall Framing and Rating – Piping, conduit, wall mounted equipment, j-boxes, interference walls, damper framing, access doors, wall bracing, fire stopping. 
• Roof and penthouse – Equipment curbs, sleepers, platforms, penetrations, vibration isolation, discharge/intake proximity, equipment screens. 
• Life Safety – Fire alarm, fire/smoke dampers, smoke detection, door closure, fire sprinkler flow, central station dialing, air handling shut down, smoke evacuation, elevator recall. 
• Normal and Emergency Power – Utilities, Generators, switch gear, emergency and egress lighting, transfer switches, load shedding and fuel oil systems. 
• Medical and Imaging Equipment - Mechanical and electrical connections, owner provided, contractor provided, anchorage, wall and ceiling backing. 
• Low Voltage systems – BMS, lighting controls, fire alarm, smoke control, security, telecom cabling, IT equipment cooling, fire alarm central stations dialing, control system modem lines. 
Other Responsibilities 
• Participate in weekly subcontractor’ s meeting, as necessary 
• Arrange special meetings and keep appropriate notes when necessary to coordinating subcontractor’ s shop drawings, address special design problems with subcontractors and consultants, etc. 
• Monitor on-site work to ensure compliance with contract requirements and schedule and contribute progress information to periodic update 
• Inspect equipment, materials, and fabrications stored off-site to verify payment requests 
• Identify work of other trades which requires coordination with mechanical and electrical work such as drywall, elevators, finish hardware, etc. 
• Assist Project Manager in reviewing change order request for scope and pricing 
• Assist in developing and implementing programs for temporary mechanical and electrical systems and/or the temporary use of permanent systems 
• Make recommendations on subcontractor performance, abilities and suitability for bidding certain jobs, and on key subcontractor personnel to request for certain jobs 
• Review mechanical and electrical payment requests and billing breakdowns 
• Develop and maintain working relationships with building, plumbing and electric inspectors 
• Perform manual work only in rare circumstances when, in employee’ s independent judgment, exigent circumstances require it 
• Document final close-out and Owner’ s acceptance 
• Ability to travel as required by management 
• Ability to supervise multiple projects over a large geographic area as required by management 

Skills and Experience Requirements:

• Degree in construction or engineering or equivalent experience 
• Extensive field construction experience at supervisory level (Minimum 8 years as Mechanical Electrical Superintendent) 
• Technical background in electrical/mechanical trades 
• Knowledge of OSHA laws 
• Contractual background 
• Knowledge of job scheduling, planning, expediting and cost control Effective English verbal and written communication skills 
• Ability to identify, address and solve jobsite problems 
• Strong sense of urgency 
• Knowledge of craft labor assignments

Anthony Perez
Senior Direct Hire Recruiter

Anthony is an adventurous spirit who lives his life on the rip curl of the waves. He has spent the last year traveling the world visiting over 24 countries, and is now back to establish some roots. He enjoys the challenge of understanding all aspects of Construction and is passionate about spearheading Sales, Marketing, and Design as well. Anthony on his free time tries to find ways to make a difference in the world. From everyday interactions and keeping a positive vibe, to finding volunteer events to be a part of, to sticking his nose in a book to understand other perspectives. He has a daughter by the name of Gracey who you can often find roaming around the office (she’s a furry gal). Anthony aims to find inspiration in all that he surrounds himself with and is always looking for ways to improve spiritually, mentally, and physically.

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