Mechanical Bid Coordinator
Duties of Mechanical ContractorsOn most projects, mechanical contractors are heavily involved in the coordination of all trades, making collaboration (both with other specialty contractors and within their own organizations) vital to the success of a project. They must also be cognizant of time and budget obligations and must finish all the mechanical elements on time and within budget so as not to delay other trades (or the project as a whole).Mechanical contractors will often design mechanical parts ahead of time and then install them once on site. Because of this, they often rely on VDC/BIM solutions, allowing teams to virtually build a structure before actually building it. This enables teams to catch design issues, or clashes, early on-helping them prevent costly rework before it happens.But what does this look like day-to-day? For mechanical contractors, responsibilities may include:Managing staffDelegating tasks to team membersMonitoring resourcesOverseeing the full scope of electrical construction and maintenanceIt's important to note that while many mechanical contractors self-perform work, some also subcontract out work to third-party businesses. This often requires additional scheduling of the other tradesoWill work in the Bowie, MD officeoStrong computer skills (excel, word, Blue Beam and web based applications ie Building Connected)oAbility to read blue printsoHighly organized o2 years' experience in the commercial mechanical contracting business.