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BMS Commissioning Engineer

BMS Commissioning Engineer

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A BMS project is the design, engineering, manufacture, installation, commissioning and completion of a new BEMS installation.

A BMS project manager is the person who manages the above process from start to finish making sure the project is delivered on time and budget in the most cost effective way possible.

The project manager is an important senior and well respected role which is a selfmanaged role with back-up from other staff. A project manager plans their own workload in line with the requirements of each project keeping the projects director informed of their plans at all times.


A project manager’s role includes but is not be limited to the following responsibilities.

 The organisation and planning of the entire works from start to finish.

 The production of technical submissions and description of operations.

 The reading and interpretation of project specifications and schematics.

 The production and engineering of panel manufacture notes and points lists.

 The efficient selection of parts and equipment in order to deliver the project.

 The procurement of parts and services.

 The instruction and supervision of additional trades or other personnel.

 Liaising with the in house CAD, applications and commissioning engineers.

 Carrying out regular site visits and attending meetings when required.


A service project engineer has the following attributes

 Self-managing & motivating

 Can work alone and un-supervised in most situations.

 An in-depth knowledge of BEMS controls and applications.

 Good communication skills

 A logical approach

 Can read schematic drawings

 Can identify applications in existing plant

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