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Published in Construction on 09/02/2018

Demand Surges for 3D Designers and Modellers Across Industry

#BIM #jobs #REVIT

CNI reports

The employment crisis in the construction industry reached a new peak in 2017, with firms from all sectors of the industry reporting serious shortages of experienced staff available for currently available roles. 

There is no exception for 3D Designers and Modellers which is a sector seeing a weekly increase in demand.

Speaking at kppm’s recruitment open day,Tom Doyle, Managing Director, KPPM said: “There is huge opportunity both financially and for career prospects for 3D Designers and Modellers within the industry”  Tom also noted that he is now seeing an increase in 3rd level degree qualified Junior Engineers and CAD Designers with an appetite for Revit opting for this option by furthering their education through REVIT training courses.

Tom concluded “On the backdrop of the upturn in the market and the foreseeable pipeline, we really encourage young Engineers to take this career path. There is a very bright future for these young Engineers in Ireland”

Tom Doyle – Managing Director – kppm

Kppm is currently looking to recruit a number of 3D Designers and REVIT BIM Modellers across the following disciplines:

Mechanical Services Designers: (REVIT/BIM) Roles in the following sectors

  • Commercial
  • Data Centres
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Semiconductor

Electrical Services Designers (Revit/BIM) Roles in the following Sector:

  • Commercial
  • Data Centres
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Semiconductor

Process/Piping Designers (Plant 3D or Auto Plant)

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Semiconductor

kppm’s clients who have a demand for 3D Designers and Modellers are typically: Building Services Consultancies, Architectural Practices and Large Multidisciplinary International Consulting Engineers.

If you would like to inquire or apply for any of the above roles you can contact Tom Doyle – 086 8205038 / tom@kppm.ie  or Tracey Hayden 086 1702901 /tracey@kppm.ie