Overview

“We, the CBRE Bangalore Project Management team, are hiring a dynamic, energetic, passionate, and experienced candidate for the position of MEP Engineer.

Duties and Responsibilities of MWP Engineer:

  • Mechanical Engineering Companies Achieve a detailed understanding of the Contract documents (drawings and specifications), phasing
  • plans, MEP systems interrelationships, construction sequencing and project schedule.
  • Facilitate problem solving, as may arise, between MEP Subcontractors during construction.
  • Validate design issues related to MEP and suggest alternative solutions.
  • Assist in the receipt and review of MEP submittals.
  • Log and post all MEP changes and as-built information on field drawings.
  • Assist in the scope review, budgeting and justification of MEP change work order.
  • Assist in the installation of MEP work.
  • Direct, monitor and control the activities of MEP Subcontractor.
  • Coordination and administration of MEP related materials, systems and shop drawings submittals.
  • Liaison with Consultant MEP supervisory Engineers, Inspectors and relevant staff.
  • Ensure that MEP Subcontractors provides and adheres to relevant Quality documentation/records.
  • Ensure that MEP Subcontractors adheres to Project safety regulations.
  • Assist in the testing and commissioning of MEP equipment.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Mechanical or Electrical University degree in Engineering
  • 5-8 years of experience with working knowledge of mechanical, electrical and plumbing
  • construction procedures and practices
  • Computer literate
  • Possess excellent communication and organizational skills
  • You should have extensive experience in cold room and clean room projects with food processing industry background.

About CBRE

With more than 105,000 professionals (excluding Turner & Townsend employees) in over 100 countries, CBRE is the global leader in commercial real estate services and investment.
Our mission is to realise the potential of our clients, professionals and partners by building the real estate solutions of the future.

From instilling confidence in today’s decisions to re-imagining tomorrow’s spaces, we thrive in complex and ever-changing environments.
With deep market knowledge, superior data and proprietary technology, our multi-dimensional perspective helps you use real estate to transform your business and find greater success.
The firm that is now CBRE traces its roots to San Francisco in 1906. By the 1940s, that firm grew to become one of the largest commercial real estate services companies in the western United States. In the 1960s and 1970s, the company went public and expanded both its service portfolio and geographic coverage to become a full-service provider with a growing presence throughout the United States. In the 1980s, the firm was owned by Sears, Roebuck.

The next major milestone occurred in 1989 when employees and others acquired the company's operations from Sears to form CB Commercial. Throughout the 1990s, CB Commercial moved aggressively to accelerate growth and cultivate global capabilities to meet client demands. The company acquired leading firms in investment management (Westmark Realty Advisors—now CBRE Global Investors, 1995), mortgage banking (L.J. Melody & Company, 1996) and property and corporate facilities management, as well as capital markets and investment management (Koll Real Estate Services, 1997).

CB Commercial achieved significant global expansion with the 1998 acquisition of REI Limited, the international arm of Richard Ellis, which traces its roots to London in 1773. At this time, the company changed its name to CB Richard Ellis, or CBRE.

Soon thereafter, CBRE announced the acquisition of London-based Hillier Parker May & Rowden, one of the top property services firms operating in the United Kingdom. With this development, CBRE became the first real estate services firm with a platform to deliver integrated real estate services—through one commonly owned, commonly managed company—across the world’s major business capitals.