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08 December 2016

Our Shell monitoring role is expanding for 2017-2018. We require a Technologist or Architect with a good understanding of construction to fill the Shell Monitoring position.
The role involves visiting sites independently or with client representatives, understanding the construction process with a view to delivering to our client buildings which meet the AFL (Agreement for lease) legal requirements previously agreed with the developer and his team. There is a need to report accurately and quickly on progress or issues found while in the delivery phase. Our team agree requirements with the developers and once ratified into a contract we monitor the developers team and contractor to ensure this is achieved. This involves working with the developers team throughout the detail design tender and construction detailing as it develops and ensuring any changes do not impact on our clients’ needs for the space. Some key requirements are listed below. This is not exhaustive.

The position is to manage several projects on site being built for M&S as a shell monitoring role. Building sizes vary but circa 15,000sq ft. per unit.
Proficiency in AutoCad and REVIT/ BIM (Ideally with REVIT/BIM skills as some drawing work will merge to 3D over the next year)
Full clean drivers licence (there is a requirement to visit sites regularly)
Ability to engage with developers and contractors, reviewing site against shell specifications and programme.
Ability to liaise directly with our client.
Undertake written site visit reports promptly and efficiently.
Ability to manage several projects at once. (Typically between 7-14 sites all at various stages of delivery)
Gather information and maintain programmes accurately.
Cross-check consultants drawings against what is required in shell agreement.
An understanding of the retail environment is desirable but not essential.

If you feel that you are suitable for consideration, please email your CV to

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