Mark III Construction

  • Plumbing Modeler

    Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
    Job ID
    2018-2078
    Category
    Preconstruction
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Who we are:

    Mark III Construction is growing, and we want you to grow your career with us! Our benefits, competitive compensation, and dedication to training and growth are what keep our employees happy but our work hard and play hard environment is what keeps everyone excited about coming to work every day.

    Mark III Construction is a commercial and industrial construction company headquartered in Sacramento, California. Founded in 1976, Mark III started as an electrical contractor with a vision to become a multi-trade construction company. Fast-forward, Mark III’s footprint extends from Central to Northern California with additional operating offices in Fresno.

    Mark III takes a big picture approach to the construction process self-performing electrical, plumbing, processed piping, HVAC, low voltage, underground, pre-fabrication, and MEP design. Instead of multiple consultants and countless sub-contractors, the customer works with just one company to eliminate multiple profit layers and complexity of schedules. With an impressive project history in the industrial, commercial, biotechnology, and food-grade technology industries we perform ground up new construction, tenant improvements, and remodeling of existing buildings

    Mission: Leading the Evolution of Construction

    Vision: Exposing the World to a New Way to Build

     

    Core Values:

    • Teamwork
    • Integrity
    • Transparency
    • Innovation
    • Work Hard, Play Hard

     

     

    What we offer:

    Competitive Compensation, Personal Time Off, Fitness Classes, Internal and External Training, 401K, Medical, Dental and Vision

    Responsibilities

    Responsibilities:

    • Responsible to produce 3D Construction models from base information
    • Experience with Autodesk AutoCAD platform
    • Prepare mechanical drawings which include layouts for mechanical plumbing and piping systems
    • Design drawings from engineering documents used in preconstruction and construction phases of projects to support shop fabrication and field installation.
    • Development of plumbing systems and designs coordinated building services layout, hangers and sleeves
    • Convert a hand drawn isometric from the field into CAD spool drawing to be fabricated in the shop
    • Ability to produce engineering drawings from sketches, red-line mark-ups, existing drawings and field notes diagrams, details and schedules.
    • Insert CAD points at critical locations to be imported into layout tool for laying out points in the field.
    • Production of 3D design drawings, prefabrication isometrics and details
    • Collaboration and coordinate drawings with other in-house trades and project managers
    • Management of drawing schedules
    • Problem solving and resolution of coordination and design road blocks
    • Attendance at design and construction reviews necessary for coordination with other trades
    • Assistance in the overall development of the BIM protocols and systems
    • Liaison with Mark III site staff in interpreting and amending models
    • Remain fully up to date with the drawing management
    • Complete material procurement schedules and requisitions
    • Programming (timelines) for projects
    • Deal with sub-contractors, client consultants and GC to ensure correct installation
    • Ensure compliance and adherence to Company Policies and systems
    • All other duties associated with this role

    Qualifications

    Qualifications:

    • 2+ years of experience preferred
    • Knowledge of 3D CAD program
    • General plumbing and piping knowledge
    • Experience using BIM
    • Knowledge of construction processes, means and methods
    • Ability to operate, access and maintain diverse software applications
    • Excellent organizational skills
    • Ability to work as part of a team
    • High level of attention to detail

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