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Thermal Modelling & Building Simulation Engineer

Job Title: Thermal Modelling & Building Simulation Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £30000 - £50000 per annum + Company Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: BBBH4523_1502276833
Contact Name: Jamie Argyle
Contact Email: jamie.argyle@b-a-r.com
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

My client has been established for over 15 years and have grown to well over 60 staff in the London office. They have worked on a diverse portfolio of work including new build and refurb commercial projects, residential, hotels, working with several prestigious and well know clients.

They are currently looking for an engineer with a passion for sustainability and previous experience of thermal modelling and building simulation using TAS or IES software, along with a well-rounded understanding of Part L, along with thermal comfort, heating and cooling loads for buildings, Knowledge of CFD daylighting and building simulation would be a valued skillset.

Responsibilities for the successful candidate will include:

  • Thermal modelling and load analysis
  • Production of design sketches and calculations
  • Analysis of central plant solutions including CHP, tri-generation and renewables
  • Part L compliance analysis
  • Renewables feasibility studies
  • Technical research as necessary
  • Life cycle cost analyses
  • Strategic sustainability reports
  • Strategic energy reports
  • Analysis of system options
  • Analysis of central plant solutions including CHP, tri-generation and renewables
  • Site surveys and inspections
  • Production of reports as necessary
  • Co-ordination with other internal engineers, CAD operators and administration staff
  • Liaise and co-ordination with other external design disciplines
  • Attendance at meetings as necessary
  • Maintaining personal CPD programme

This is a brilliant position for an engineer with a passion for sustainability in the built environment who would embrace the opportunity to join an established environmental team and to work on a range of technically engaging projects.