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Responsibilities include, but are not limited to,

  • Structural modeling and design deliverables on Revit.

  • Develop a skeleton structural drawing set with minimum to moderate instructions from Project Engineer.

  • This includes setting plans, Design drawings, elevations, sections, assembly of general notes, detailing, and schedules.

  • Coordinate modeling with multidiscipline project teams including Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, etc.

  • Coordinate design input and mark-ups from structural engineering / BIM lead.

  • Work with the BIM support team to achieve consistent results and incorporate new designs into the existing facility models.

  • Utilize and improve BIM design standards.

  • Responsible for producing quality models.

  • Adhering to SIEC BIM Standards.


  • Minimum 7 years of Revit (Structure) modeling experience for multi-storeyed buildings

  • High Proficiency in Revit Structure

  • Understanding the use and editing of Revit families

  • Experience with AutoCAD, Navisworks

  • Computer skills - Excel, Outlook, and Word software.

  • Willingness to work overtime to meet deadlines

  • Ability to work with a diverse team.

  • Able to multi-task and be flexible/adapt to rapidly changing project requirements/timelines.

  • Ability to uphold the use of standards and escalate issues in a timely fashion.

  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight; prioritize and communicate assignments.

  • Ideal candidates are aware of industry trends, software, and technology. 

  • Ability to effectively communicate with team members.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Diploma in Civil, Structural Engineering, or ITI drafting certificate.

  • Experience with Navisworks or similar multi-discipline clash detection,

  • Experience supporting linked views and others in multiple models situation

  • Experience developing fabrication (LOD 300, LOD350) level drawing packages

Interested candidates may send their CV to

Please put EGY STRUCTURAL BIM MODELLER as the subject of your application

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