Location: SOMERSET
Salary: £ 30,000 per Annum
Reference : 21070

Are you an experienced BIM Engineer looking to join a reputable UK Water Company?

Do you want to use your BIM knowledge and engineering experience to drive strategy and innovation in an award-winning, growing organization?

If so, my client currently have a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic team as a BIM Engineer. As the BIM Engineer you will report into the Principal Digital Engineer and work alongside my client’s in-house construction teams, playing a key role in developing BIM capabilities.

You will join a market-leading company who are responsible for the delivery of an annual programme of water treatment, wastewater and network projects across the Somerset Region.



  • Produce regulation-compliant and cost effective designs that meet business specifications.

  • Contribute to project design development, collaborating closely with project stakeholders throughout the whole project lifecycle and contributing to coordination, clash detection and design review workshops.

  • Produce intelligent 3D models and add more value by extracting information directly from the model.

  • Produce 2D drawings, pipe schedules, setting out, base maps and GIS data.

  • Analyse and manipulate models and drawings from the client’s suppliers and partners.



  • Ambitions and driven individual who is looking to build upon their BIM and design experience.

  • Mechanical or Civil Engineering Degree.

  • Experience working on large mechanical/electrical projects (ideally within the UK Water Industry).

  •  Awareness of health and safety, including CDM issues and design risks.

  • Proficient in CAD or BIM design software packages such as Autodesk Civil 3D, Navisworks or Revit.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to maintain and build working relationships with stakeholders.

  • Excellent report writing skills and ability to write, implement and maintain BIM Execution Plans.


What is on offer?

  • Salary Circa £34,000

  • 40 hours per week

  • Defined contribution pension scheme

  • 24 days annual leave rising to a maximum of 28 days per year with service

  • Strong pipeline of work

  • Career progression opportunities