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Microstation MEP Technician (3D) x 5

Contract  for Fusion People in City

Microstation MEP Technician (3D) Hourly Rate: £35/ hour +Contract length:12 months Location: London Following the win of a major rail station project win we are looking to recruit a number of 3D Microstation MEP Technicians to work on a long term contract basis for a leading Engineering Design Consultant. They are offering above market hourly rates and the chance to work on a major infrastructure project. THE COMPANY * Very successful Global Multi-disciplinary Design Consultancy. * Award winning project history including major infrastructure developments such as crossrail etc. * Large site design office in Central London – close to major transport links. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The Microstation Technician will be working within a busy design team creating 3D MEP designs (mechanical, electrical and public health) using the design package Microstation. They will be working on-site on a major rail station development in London on a long term contract basis. My client are looking for a number of candidates and require people with Microstation 3D with ideally Aecosim and Projectwise experience. SKILLS AND BACKGROUND * Ideally Degree or Equivalent Qualified in Building Services Engineering. * Working knowledge of UK standards. * Major station or infrastructure project development experience. * Microstation experience -3D Aecosim – Projectwise* Must be able to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team. If you are a Microstation MEP Technician at any level within the Building Services industry and are interested in a new contract role then please contact Dan Cullingham at Fusion People on 0207 653 1070 or email me your CV-Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business.You’ll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website.

Job added on 17-11-2014