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MEP Coordinator

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Type: Full time

bbf: is one of the leading and fastest-growing companies in the property market in Cyprus and Greece, offering its clients such services, as property sales, rentals, management, construction, and other related services. bbf: is willing to enlarge its internal staff and is currently looking for a MEP Coordinator for our office in Limassol.


Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Design verification/optimization review of architectural and MEP drawings
  • Review MEP tender drawings and specifications and issue comments as necessary to address, constructability issues, coordination issues, etc.
  • Develop guidelines for architectural and MEP design
  • Audit drawings of exterior consultants to verify compliance with authorities and company design requirements
  • Propose alternative design solutions
  • Prepare mechanical and/or electrical construction details 
  • Provide design and quality control support to construction management teams
  • Communicate with external consultants to provide support and direction during the design and construction phase of projects


Requirements for the position:

  • Bachelor degree in Mechanical \ Electrical Engineering.
  • At least 8 years previous experience in similar position.
  • Excellent knowledge of English language, both oral and written. Knowledge of Greek language will be an advantage.
  • Knowledge of software: AutoCad 2D, MS Office.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure.

What do we offer?

  • Young, dynamic, and friendly working environment.
  • Provision of 13th salary.
  • Competitive compensation package.
  • Career perspectives within a fast growing business environment.
  • Comfortable and prestigious offices in the middle of the Tourist Area in Limassol.

Interested candidates are kindly requested to click HERE and submit their CV.

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