IES Modeller

7 days left

Central London
£30000 - £40000 per annum
06 Jun 2017
04 Jul 2017
James Bramfitt
Specialist area
Contract Type
Full Time
One of the UK’s leading building services and sustainability consultancies, now has a vacancy available for an IES Modeller to join its building physics and sustainability team.

  • The IES Modeller job will offer a basic salary of between £30,000 and £40,000 depending on experience and qualifications.
The company:
  • Have been trading for almost 30 years.
  • Currently employ circa 100 staff across their 6 regional offices.
  • Their full range of services includes BIM, mechanical, electrical and public health design, BREEAM, sustainability and building physics and planning application guidance.
  • Project sectors include commercial, residential, hotels, retail, healthcare and sports & leisure.
  • They can offer great career development opportunities through CIBSE accredited training.
The IES Modeller job details:
  • Dynamic Simulation Modelling using IES VE Software on a range of buildings, both residential and non-domestic, at various stages of the design and construction process
  • Providing overheating analysis and advice on mitigation measures to the design team
  • Providing L2A compliance assessments and provide design advice
  • Undertake daylighting and Mat 1 Impact Analysis for BREEAM credits.
  • Communicating the findings of your analysis to Local Planning Authorities, Building Control and the design team.
  • You will also occasionally be required to assist the mechanical engineers in the design of HVAC services.
Please contact James Bramfitt at RGB should you wish to apply to this IES Modeller job vacancy.

Ref: 90557

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