MEP Engineer has to plan, organize the review and evaluate the work of consultants, contractors, and others. MEP Engineer knows MS Office, AutoCAD, and Construction Project management software.
MEP Engineer has to prepare and deliver effective oral presentations whenever required.
Advise the Project Director of any technical aspects of the mechanical services that may affect construction progress, e.g., quality or snag.
Continually review the contractorâ€™s construction schedule during the progress of the site works regarding MEP services and report to the Project Director on the same.
Manage the day-to-day work of the MEP team.
In conjunction with the document controller, ensure that the filing/logging of the MEP documentation is undertaken in line with the project handbook and continually monitor the same.
Advice on all issues regarding LEED and ensure that the appropriate documentation and information is provided to the proper authorities to obtain the LEED standard required on the project.
Take part in risk workshops and report any risks associated with MEP installations or general projects to the Project Director.
Review the Contractorâ€™s installation method statements.
Review Contractorâ€™s shop drawings against the design [tender] drawings for compliance with the design intent and return to Project Director with appropriate comments/approval within the specified contractual period (usually ten working days).
Review contractorâ€™s mechanical shop drawing in conjunction with the structural and electrical engineers to ensure engineering coordination and advise the Project Director accordingly.
Where required, prepare technical clarifications to the tendered design to suit specific on-site construction and coordination issues.
Review Contractorâ€™s mechanical services material proposals against specified technical performance requirements and advise the Project Director on the appropriateness of the recommendations.
Review Contractorâ€™s proposed subcontractor(s) associated with the engineering works from a technical standpoint.
Undertake general project site observation/inspection of the mechanical services works for Contractorâ€™s adherence to the approved shop drawings and Consultantâ€™s specification, good working practices, and construction schedule.
Monitor and promote health and safety on the site. Record and report any breaches to the Project Manager. If required, stop the construction works if unsafe practices are being followed.
Be available to undertake off-site inspections of proposed equipment and materials as may be deemed necessary by the Project Manager.
Undertake a prior review of the Contractorâ€™s proposed mechanical system testing & commissioning methods and schedule â€“ MEP Engineer roles and responsibilities.
Witness on-site piped system pressure test, air conditioning duct leakage testing, and other testing that may be required during the first fix works and advise the Project Director accordingly.
On a spot basis, witness mechanical system final testing and commissioning.
Review and comment on the Contractorâ€™s testing and commissioning results and advise the Project Director accordingly.
Maintain an ongoing list of mechanical services defects for the contractorâ€™s remedial action.
Roles and Responsibilities
Mechanical or Electrical University degree in Engineering
Working knowledge of plans, prints, specifications, and schematics associated with trade
At least five years of construction experience with working knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing
Construction procedures and practices
Possess excellent communication and organizational skills