BIM Coordinator/Modeler - Seattle

Lewis is seeking a BIM Coordinator/Modeler for our Seattle-based projects.

Duties and responsibilities may include: 

  • Coordinating and facilitating subcontractor BIM Orientation meetings.
  • Coordinating all BIM logistics (Contacts, Emails, Communication, WebPM access, File sharing, etc.).
  • Creating and maintaining Federated Models for many purposes (PE Review Models, Field Inspection Models, Punchlist Background Models, Field Instruction Models).
  • Reviewing and documenting design document and coordination conflicts.
  • Facilitating regular meetings with Design Team members and distribute responses to subcontractors.
  • Facilitating CR Review with the Owner through the BIM-CON review process. 
  • Providing general BIM tech support for Project Engineers.
  • Maintaining plotter/supplies, tablets, field Computers etc. 
  • Providing marketing support: tours, speaking engagements, etc.
  • Providing field CQC support, resolving field disputes through model verification.
  • Providing field subcontractors with the most current coordinated information. 
  • Providing modeling for change order verification, ROMs, scope holes in modeling efforts, Design Team support, etc.
  • Interpreting the construction documents and building a base model.
  • Dividing the model in the way that work will be installed.
  • Working with the field to understand how they work and what information they need.
  • Providing a great level of detail and adding objects that may impact scope of work.
  • Providing accurate material quantities.
  • Developing work package drawings.
  • Communicating conflicts in model; both real and potential.
  • Facilitating foreman review meetings.
  • Producing information and drawings, beyond work package development, that are helpful to the Project Team.
  • Communicating model information to trades not involved in modeling.
  • Developing the as-built model through the duration of the project. 

Please send a resume and a letter of interest to jobs@lewisbuilds.com