Engineering Technician: will perform the following duties throughout the project life cycle of planning, programming, design, construction and project closeout: Maintains all facility master floor plans by utilizing AutoCAD drafting and editing techniques. Compile data from a variety of sources and field verifies in order to accurately digitize changes to the existing floor plans. Inputs new utility and project drawings from sketches and drawings prepared by the incumbent or by others. Maintains and updates the Master Utility Plans. Maintain facility documents. Record drawings and space survey of the medical center are maintained to assure an accurate and up-to-date document of using service assignment, room numbers, size, layout, and function. Maintains the Facility Space Survey computer database contained in the VISTA/VA FILEMAN. Identifies and field verifies a variety of space characteristics required for a complete and accurate database, and updates accordingly. Updates and maintains the space assignments in iDrawings and provides accurate data for recurring Capital Asset Inventory (CAI) reporting requirements. Manages the Facility Building Service Equipment Inventory. Performs surveys of the facility and records necessary information regarding building service equipment. Coordinates with Construction and Maintenance & Operations staff to incorporate updates to the equipment database as new building service equipment is installed, including but not limited to the following: acquisition, maintenance, and parts/ordering information. Prepare plans, specifications, and estimates for various projects, which include multi-disciplinary architectural, fire and safety, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, telecommunication, analog and digital electronics, and hazardous material abatement design. Serve as the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COR) and administers contracted projects to ensure contractor compliance with drawings, specifications, regulations, and policy. Administer A/E contracts to ensure A/E conformance to project scope and design criteria, while also ensuring accuracy, completeness and quality of the design work. Serve as the OSHA certified "Competent Person" to ensure construction work areas and practices are managed in accordance with the safety standards. Protect the interest of the government by mitigating design and construction errors, omissions, oversight, and fraud, as well as fire and safety issues. Perform field investigations to gain first-hand knowledge and to gather architectural and engineering data necessary to document conditions for design, construction, and engineering records.