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  • Responsible for the preparation and review of design calculations, drawings, specifications, and tender documents for the design projects.
  • Responsible for the participation in the progress and coordination meetings of the design projects and the preparation of the meeting records.
  • Liaison and coordination with all applicable Local Authority Departments to obtain approval on design projects.
  • Review of works produced by the engineers and the necessary coordination with other AECOM Engineers as applicable for the continuity of the design projects.
  • Responsible for the design review of the services.
  • Participation in design review meetings and workshops.
  • Preparation of design review reports and meeting records

Job Details

Posted Date: 2020-05-28
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Electrical Engineering
Company Industry: Business Support Services

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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