Preconstruction Coordinator (Tampa, FL)

Overview:

The Electrical Preconstruction Coordinator plays an integral role in completing construction projects successfully and is primarily responsible for providing detailed coordination and installation designs for all electrical systems. The Electrical Preconstruction Coordinator closely interacts with project management and customers on a regular basis to provide innovative solutions and solve conflicts in a cost effective manner.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead for multiple projects in preconstruction phases; this position may oversee others.
  • Provide coordination and design for temporary power, power, systems, lighting, distribution, equipment sizing layout, value engineering, peer review and job site coordination.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of relevant codes and standards; ensure compliance.
  • Review load, voltage drop, short circuit and lighting calculations.
  • Coordinate with the project management team and discuss implications of design decisions.
  • Develop coordination and installation drawings per established standards.
  • Coordinate with clients, consultants and project personnel; attend project meetings.
  • Review legal contracts, scopes of work, specifications, plans and pertinent jurisdictional codes: design code and contract compliant, cost effective systems.

Requirements:

  • Ten years of relevant electrical experience.
  • Experience as an MEP coordinator or superintendent with a general contractor is preferred, but not required.
  • Must have excellent knowledge of the NEC and be familiar with IBC, IECC and life safety codes.
  • Ability to prioritize and require minimal supervision.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Compensation:

  • Dependent on experience and work history.
  • Premium employee benefits.
  • Relocation available.