As an accomplished Revit Technician, has your experience of adapting, updating and authoring Architectural models been gained working with modern or historic buildings and using BIM and AutoCAD?
My client manages a Parliamentary estate that consists of buildings that range from the historic Palace of Westminster to the modern Portcullis House, Strategic Estates brings together the teams responsible for capital investment. They also support the Design Authority that manages an Estate Common Data Environment and Architectural database and maintains a comprehensive component library. Currently, the Design Authority is migrating from a CAD to a BIM environment. As a result, they need someone who can assist with that migration and manage, update and maintain the Architectural elements of both the estate's BIM and CAD digital models.
As well as ensuring the effective management and revisions of data, models and drawings, you will need to carry out on-site surveys and produce detailed models or CAD drawings that will become part of an estate wide record of all architectural elements of our buildings. Commissioning and managing surveys for complex or large systems will be important too, as will checking completed data, models and drawing produced by suppliers and using them to update the estate wide data. And, when it comes to managing and maintaining the Architectural database or writing, influencing and advising on BIM and CAD procedures, policies and standards to allow 'as built' drawings to be exported, again, it will be something you will have to peform.
This is a great opportunity to use the latest working methods and software in a historic setting, you'll regularly liaise with fellow team members, Project Leaders and colleagues in departments like fire and maintenance. Accordingly, you'll need a well-organised and logical approach, proven ability to work inclusively and flexibly within a team and the communication skills it takes to interact effectively with a variety of stakeholders.
Fully conversant with BIM processes that include the BS/PAS 1192 suite of documents, you're also adept at authoring General Arrangement drawings, while your exposure to AutoCAd includes working with combined models in Revit and Navisworks.