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BIM Designer

Company: Granite Job Alerts - Garver
Location: College Station
Posted on: July 29, 2022

Job Description:

BIM Designer-Garver
BIM Designer Location: College Station, Texas As a member of Garver's growing Water Design Center in College Station, TX. The Building Information Modeling (BIM) Designer will be responsible for developing and detailing Revit 3D models for Garver's Water Design Center. The BIM Technician will collaborate with engineers, designers, and BIM technicians to produce drawings and manage workload on various Water Business Line projects. This role in the Water Design Center is one that is central to project delivery through our many offices and utilizes the latest BIM technology, predominantly Revit software. Typical projects in design include process mechanical, structural, building mechanical, and architectural designs for water and wastewater treatment plants. Primary responsibilities of the BIM Designer will include: Developing 3D BIM Revit models with a great deal of autonomy Processing point cloud data, creating plans, sections, and details in Revit software, producing construction drawings Working as team player with a group of technicians and designers of various levels and disciplines (process, structural, mechanical, and electrical) along with Project Leaders and design teams to execute projects and developed detailed design drawings. Arranging necessary resources for file sharing and communication to effectively share design files across the company or with clients, sub consultants, and contractors; Maintaining strong communication with engineers and project managers

Keywords: Granite Job Alerts - Garver, College Station , BIM Designer, Other , College Station, Texas

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