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Senior Mechanical Project Manager

Senior Mechanical Project Manager needed on a fit out project in London.

Your new company
This client is a multi-million turnover company supplying high quality building solutions to the corporate, public and private sectors. Founded in 1990 the company has built its reputation on its ethical approach, its preference for sustainable solutions and the quality of its work. In the process, they have been involved in many substantial projects including redevelopment works at the O2, Heathrow Airport, Olympic park etc.

Your new role
Senior Mechanical Project Manager on a CAT A Fit out (new building) of a commercial building in Central London. This project will take over 12 months to complete and the works are starting on site mid August. You will be involved in the pre-design stages of the project and manage it all the way through to commissioning and handover.

What you'll need to succeed
Experience in managing projects from pre-construction stages all the way through to commissioning and handover. Being able to liaise with the client and other contractors on site and also being computer literate. Experience of working with CHP, district heating units, Plumbing and plant rooms in particular is a must.

What you'll get in return
A competitive day rate of up to £400 per day on a long term contract (over 12 months) working for a well respected contractor.

What you need to do now
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£300.00 - £370.00 per day



0800 716 026

Senior Mechanical Project Manager

London, UK

Published on 12 Jul 2019