MEP Manager (Mechanical)

Posted 23 April 2024
Salary £400 per day
Job type Temporary
Sectors Building ServicesInfrastructure
Contact NameDavid Lyons

Job description

Mechanical Project Engineer / Manager

We are working with a framework contractor at Heathrow with £900M of construction spend over five years.

Mechanical Project Engineer / Manager needed to join on a contract basis. Day rate circa £400/day Ltd, CIS or Umbrella.

The aviation, infrastructure and retail business unit is looking for a Mechanical Project Engineer / Manager to work on the Asset Management and Compliance Programme at Heathrow Airport. 
Our construct engine offers a wide variety of career opportunities for the industries top talent. We are looking to build diverse teams, creating a truly inclusive environment where our people can thrive.
Our people are the heart of our business. While we share ambitions as a collective, we also have ambitions as individuals. The same is true for all the other people that our work touches. We empower and encourage each other, our clients and everyone we work with to embrace challenge and look beyond the boundaries of today.
Since day one, we have relentlessly pursued a better way. Our purpose – to redefine the boundaries of ambition – is the reason we do it. It’s why we exist. It’s what drives us forward. It’s how we create an enduring legacy in this world.

MEP Project Manager responsibilities will include:
  • Delivering the project to safety, quality, programme and cost as agreed within the work package execution plan.
  • Ensuring the overall works are delivered in accordance with developed and defined integrated processes, procedures, strategies and tools as listed in the employers. 
  • Acting as principal contractors’ representative.
  • Liaising with key stakeholders and attend liaison meetings.
  • Setting up regular and clear lines of communication to address issues that may arise.
  • Ensuring the project start sheet and project quality plan are prepared and that the PQP is regularly updated. 
  • Reporting to the client each month, or as frequently agreed, on progress and all commercial matters 
  • Ensuring construction phase health and safety plan is in place before undertaking any work on site.
  • Directing and managing all site-based activities via the construction manager
  • Ensuring project delivery takes place in accordance with the project milestones as outlined within the programme.