Mechanical Project Manager

Posted 22 January 2024
Salary £75000 - £80000 per annum, Benefits: Travel expenses to site, private health care, enhanced pension scheme, life assurance
Job type Permanent
Sectors Built EnvironmentBuilding Services
Contact NameEdward Longman

Job description

Mechanical Project Manager
MEP Contracting / Building Services (Construction)
Kent / Home Working

My client is a dynamic medium-sized Building Services Contractor based in North Kent, specializing in commercial and education projects. With a proven track record of delivering high-quality Building Services installations, they’ve built strong relationships with clients across various industries.

They pride themselves on the following things:

  • Full autonomy for Project Managers on how projects are run
  • Hybrid working, from the Kent Office, from home and on site
  • Minimal red tape, meaning less admin and an easier way to run projects
  • Excellent relationships with long-standing clients
  • A family feel, everyone knows each other’s name and you’re not just a number!
Due to growth, a Mechanical Project Manager is required to join the business. Your main place of work would be the office in North Kent.

  • Take full ownership and accountability for mechanical contracts, from tendering stage to final handover.
  • Provide accurate and detailed mechanical cost estimates, taking into account materials, labor, equipment, and subcontractor costs.
  • Collaborate with the design team to review mechanical specifications and drawings, ensuring compliance with project requirements, local regulations, and industry standards.
  • Oversee the procurement process for mechanical equipment and materials, ensuring timely delivery and adherence to project budgets.
  • Manage and coordinate mechanical subcontractors, conducting regular site visits to monitor progress and resolve any technical issues that may arise.
  • Implement effective project management practices, including scheduling, resource allocation, and risk assessment.
  • Conduct regular inspections and quality control checks to ensure that mechanical installations meet the highest standards and client expectations.
  • Maintain strong relationships with clients, consultants, and subcontractors, ensuring effective communication throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Provide guidance and support to the site team regarding mechanical installations, troubleshooting, and resolving any technical challenges.
  • Stay updated on industry advancements, new technologies, and regulatory changes, applying them to enhance project delivery and drive continuous improvement.
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