BIM Project Lead
Posted Wednesday, January 8
The BIM project lead is responsible for coordinating all model building efforts throughout the schematic design, design development, construction document, and construction administration project phases. This person will ensure that all models produced are adhering to LT BIM standards. The BIM project lead will also coordinate the internal and external use of the model among all teams including our design teams, architects and engineers, and our construction partners.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Creates BIM models that are used for the architectural design process
Coordinates all models used to create construction documents
Ensures the quality of all models through the various project phases is in line with LT standards
Leads all model review process among the various teams including internal and external partners
Administers the LT clash process to include coordinating all of the project partners and adjusting the internal models as needed
Manages clash reports, model integrity reports, and other model information needed for building cost development
Collaborates with internal construction teams to deliver the model to the local job sites
Collaborates with internal teams to administer change to prototype and project models
Develops innovative processes to advance the BIM business within LT
Develops and trains others as needed
Associates degree with a construction management and computer aided design & 3D modeling focus
Working knowledge of Autodesk Building design suite ultimate and premium, Navisworks manage, BIM Field and Glue 360, 3D simulation and animations
Understanding of cloud based BIM applications such as BIM 360
Understanding of typical architectural rendering process
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Architecture, Engineering or Construction related field
Revit Certified Professional required, LEED, IIDA, NCARB, or state licensure
Understanding of MEP and structural systems.
Project management certification.
Understanding of construction administration tools such as Procore