Architect - BIM Coordinator Historic Environment
Architect - BIM Co-ordinator in Historic Environment
My client is a major international practice of architects, designers, engineers and urbanists. They create outstanding places for people.
Working in interdisciplinary teams they produce integrated, holistic and sustainable solutions. Their cumulative depth of experience gives them leading edge expertise across a wide spectrum of sectors.
Originally established the 60's they now have studios across the world. These combine local knowledge with the vision, values and infrastructure of a major award winning practice.
They are seeking passionate, dedicated architects with excellent communication and collaborative skills, and capable to taking responsibility for the design and delivery of high profile, user focused projects within the historic environment. You will have experience in the creative adaptation of a variety of significant historic buildings, encompassing a range of uses, together with developed conceptual and technical design skills relating to historic buildings and the design of new buildings in historic settings.
Ideally you will also have 2-3 years post Part 3 professional experience in building conservation.
Technically, you will be proficient with CAD, Microstation and Revit, software for visualisations and competent with the Microsoft Office suite.
Strong BIM proficiency is essential.
If you are interested in discussing this role or just open to an initial, confidential conversation about other roles then please call on 07900 748 208 or drop me an email with your CV and portfolio
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