BIM System Manager

Marnell Architecture Marnell Architecture Employer:
Las Vegas, NV, USLocation:
Fri, Jun 4 '21Posted on:

BIM System Manager Responsibilities

  • Create Upgrade and Deployment strategies for the BIM implementation project.
  • Responsible for the development, implementation, and enforcement of Company BIM standards.
  • Develop and maintain the Company’s internal BIM execution plan. Advise on project-specific execution plans.
  • Create and maintain the project template and family/detail libraries to both enhance productivity and ensure standards.
  • Provide support for plotting and electronic file submissions.
  • Automate routines in BIM to support standards and productivity.
  • Assist in developing and enforcing BIM documentation and workflow process standards.
  • Train employees on Revit and related software as needed.
  • Chair the Company BIM committee
  • Represent the Company in regards to BIM / VDC coordination with Clients, Consultants and Contractors.
  • Create written technology evaluations and budgets for future technology adoption that aligns with the Company’s business needs.
  • Manage BIM software products including but not limited to incorporating new version releases and customization of the products
  • Research, evaluate, and manage the implementation of new supporting software for BIM.
  • Stay informed on best practices for the use of Revit and BIM
  • Provide Hardware, Software, and Network support as it relates to BIM and Revit
  • Troubleshoot problems with BIM and Revit.
  • Liaison with product vendors and Corporate IT staff
  • Manage all aspects of Architectural Projects.
  • Attend and document initial Client Development meetings. Acquire general information required to establish type, “expectations”, and scope of work/criteria for the intended project.
  • Research, programming and preliminary Schematic Design to set the direction for the Project. Develop an Architectural program defining the scope of the Project and determine major interior functions within the schematic footprint of the physical building in relationship with the available site and its existing characteristics, utilities, etc.
  • Establish requirements and schedule of the public agency review process, and procure all documentation available.
  • Format and produce Schematic Design/Design Development presentation drawings as per agreed to Owner requirements for financing, approval and as required for public agency review.
  • Submit appropriate applications and architectural presentation drawings to Planning/Zoning Dept. and/or public agencies as required.
  • Initiate working drawings according to the phasing of construction as determined by the preliminary and detailed construction schedule.
  • Meet with the Project Manager and Project Superintendent throughout the development and coordination of specifications and working drawings to keep communications current relative to Project budget, schedule and contracting. Notify Project Manager of Owner meetings.
  • Prepare Architectural Punch list upon substantial completion and/or opening of Project for review and implementation by Project Manager and Construction Superintendent. 

Responses must include résumé and portfolio.

Salary based upon experience and position knowledge.


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