Founded in 1908, Flintco is dynamic construction company with offices in Austin, Albuquerque, Houston, Memphis, Oklahoma City, Northwest Arkansas and Tulsa. Our mission is Building Leaders, and we strive to accomplish it through continuing education opportunities, goal setting and accountability and excellence at every level. The strength of our success rests in how we take a personal approach to each project, focusing on client goals, understanding the individual markets we serve and maximizing our national resources to their fullest extent. Our culture is based around guiding principles that have been compiled into the Flintco Ethos. Integrity, quality, safety and accountability are tenants that each Flintco employee should exemplify.
The BIM Manager will be responsible for the development and implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) strategies, policies and procedures at the corporate level. The BIM Manager will be expected to travel as necessary to the area offices as required.
- Responsible for BIM standards development, implementation, and enforcement.
- Automate routines in BIM to support standards and productivity.
- Provide quality control for completeness and adherence to company standards of all drawings incorporated into the model.
- Assist in developing and enforcing BIM documentation and workflow process standards.
- Support: Support the BIM technology needs of divisional office. Troubleshoot problems. Liaison with national vendors. Liaison with corporate technology support staff. Liaison with software developer support staff and other support channels.
- Training: Internal Training: Provide BIM Fundamental and Intermediate training to staff. Provide technical orientation to new employees regarding BIM tools. Maintain high level of competency of software through continued use and training. Attend conferences, seminars, and workshops for BIM; bringing back learning and disseminating the information to appropriate teams. Collaborate with corporate office for budgetary and planning purposes related to training efforts.
- Project Interface: Support project standards coordination with designers and subcontractors. Lead on project work - modeling and detailing. Assist project teams in BIM project setup. Work with project teams including owners, architects, engineers, and subcontractors to resolve BIM design issues Coordinate needed hardware upgrades with IT
- Marketing of BIM services: Web, literature, interviews, presenting at relevant client focused conferences. Future BIM Initiatives and Developments. Identify trends and business opportunities relating to BIM.
Potential to manage direct reports such as BIM Coordinators.
Manage the implementation of supporting software for BIM. Evaluate and make recommendations on new BIM related software and technologies. Stay informed on best practices for use of Revit Architecture, NavisWorks and construction related technologies including BlueBeam, Prolog, and BIM 360. Stay informed on other BIM related software and how they work with Revit and NavisWorks. The position requires flexibility and a team player who is willing to help out in other areas of the organization. This means that the BIM Manager will be assigned duties that are not listed in the job description.
BS Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Architecture or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
5 to 7 years of experience in field construction project management and/or estimating or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience with AutoCAD Revit and NavisWorks required.
- Observing (seeing well, either naturally or with correction), as in reviewing detailed specifications and contracts, accounting and financial information on a computer screen.
- Seeing basic written information and instructions.
- Observing facial expressions, body language and personal appearance/grooming, as in the evaluation of applicants for open positions, and in communicating with personnel, clients, and design professionals.
- Traveling to job sites, client and architect offices, and prospective client offices.
- Hearing, and perceiving the nature, intent or meaning of sounds, as in listening to normal conversation in an office environment, including one-on-one conversations, discussions in meetings, and/or telephone conversations.
- Listening to conversations and responses from others, including those at job sites where construction noise levels are present.
- Communicating orally in a smooth and understandable manner, with no impediments or difficulty, talking where clear communications and diction are required, as in communicating and exchanging information with a client, making sales or marketing presentations, etc.
- Remaining in a normal seated position, as in working at a desk or console for substantial periods in performing administrative tasks.
- Operating a personal computer in entering and retrieving information, especially in preparing cost, scheduling, and assigned reports for upper management needs.
Special Job Dimensions
Position involves minimal exposure to hazards on jobsite and environmental conditions such as extreme cold and heat. Position may require long working hours and some travel by both automobile and airplane.
Job ID 1509