We are actively seeking to expand our Virtual Design & Construction program with an individual that will excel in performing within a collaborative team to produce quality solutions and meet project-based deadlines. The following are the most essential job responsibilities of a VDC engineer within the Lasco scope:
Effectively execute VDC operations, specifically within drywall framing, while offering support to both in-office and on-site team members.
Maintain current and accurate drawings while tracking construction updates and provide reflecting progress reports upon request.
Identify potential project efficiency opportunities and offer solutions to streamline project success and resolve complex issues.
Prepare coordinated shop drawings for pre-fabrication use and provide solutions to improve project schedule and efficiency.
Lead BIM-supported collaboration with multiple project trade partners to provide our team informed reports and solutions, if necessary.
Timely and accurate interpretation of contract documents, project scope and customer expectations.
Maintain a standard practice of document control and with the ability compare 2D and 3D data between different drawing/file versions to identify updates.
Qualifications and Experience
The successful candidate will possess the following:
Earned education in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or a related field, or equivalent industry experience in the VDC field.
Intermediate level of software knowledge in Autodesk packages such as Revit and AutoCAD with strong technical skills. Proficiency with BIM authoring and analyzing.
Desire to join a flat-team environment that involves full transparency, collaboration and a people driven approach.
Experience in architecture and construction engineering. Understanding in drywall framing strongly preferred but not required.
Ability to understand technical drawings and plans with knowledge of working in a VDC-related position. Prior experience in drywall framing preferred but not required.
Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills.
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To provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at LASCO will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. LASCO does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including, without limitation, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), or any other characteristic protected by law.
Lasco was founded in 1988 and currently operates with a team of over 1,000 unified professionals focused on a common goal – to be the best drywall contractor in America in the eyes of our employees and customers. Our common goal is met by empowering employees and choosing to do the right thing, even when it is not easy, comfortable, or profitable.
Today, Lasco offices in Texas and Oklahoma are known for dependability, fairness and dedication to customer satisfaction. Each office operates with a mission to satisfy our customers, gratify our team members, and amplify our assets by developing each team member to reach their full potential.