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Terminal Design & Requirements Manager (Sydney) 1

Bechtel, a global leader in project management, engineering, procurement and construction, has been selected by WSA Co as its Delivery Partner and Project Manager (Definition) for the Western Sydney Airport, a $5.3 billion greenfield facility in Badgerys Creek, New South Wales. This will be a landmark project for both New South Wales and Australia, and is due for completion at the end of 2026.

 

Western Sydney Airport will provide much-needed additional aviation capacity to meet growing demand in the Sydney basin and improve access to flights for people in Western Sydney. One of Australia's most significant infrastructure projects in decades, the international and domestic airport will open in 2026, bringing social and economic prosperity to the Western Sydney region. Learn more about this exciting project at the following: www.wsaco.com.au. 

 

Infrastructure Global Business Unit:

Infrastructure is not just about physical assets, such as roads and bridges. It is also about providing people with the power, clean water, communications, and mobility that they need. With the world population expected to reach more than 9 billion by 2050, purposeful, smartly, and sustainably designed infrastructure will become critical to expanding society’s access to public goods and innovations that advance individual and community capacity, well-being, national economic growth, and overall prosperity. 

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Job Summary:

Bechtel is among the most respected engineering, project management, and construction companies in the world. Bechtel operates through four global business units that specialize in infrastructure; mining and metals; nuclear, security and environmental; and oil, gas, and chemicals. Today, our colleague's team with customers, partners, and suppliers on diverse projects in nearly 40 countries. 

 

The Terminal Design and Requirements Manager will oversee terminal building designs and requirements for the delivery of the Western Sydney Airport terminal. The Terminal Design and Requirements Manager is responsible for coordinating the terminal design scope and integration of work assigned to subcontracted design entities. The successful candidate must have strong organizational and teamwork skills, proven problem-solving abilities, and the desire to innovate designs.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Plan, schedule, conduct and coordinate detailed phases of the architectural work of the terminal.
  • Plan and manage independent work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application and adaptation of architectural techniques, procedures and criteria to the buildings that are part of the terminal.
  • Coordinate design development with other departments which may include construction, environmental safety & health (ES&H), estimating, project controls, procurement, and contracts management.
  • Monitor and ensure compliance with project budgets, schedules, quantities and quality requirements. Keeps informed on the status of project issues and contribute leadership, experience and expertise in the solution of difficult problems.
  • Reporting to the Design Manager regarding Engineering performance on cost, schedule progress and technical issues.
  • Coordinating, facilitating and managing the interfaces, including third party access and approvals between the contractor and other parties, both internal and external..
  • Managing and monitoring the third Party designer’s performance in relation to schedule and cost control. Coordinate the review and acceptance of third Party produced design documents.
  • Coordinate and integrate design work between the architectural discipline, all engineering disciplines and other design entities.
  • Interface with clients and stakeholders to make presentations, define project requirements, and obtain contractual and statutory approvals.

 

Job Qualifications:

  • A recognized degree in architecture, engineering or scientific discipline from an accredited college or university
  • A professional license in an engineering discipline or a license to practice architecture from a recognized licensing board is preferred.
  • Must have Airport Terminal design experience.
  • Experience utilizing BIM models and BIM execution methodologies
  • Understands technical issues and cost related to the selection of design features and unique architectural requirements relating to Airport terminal buildings.
  • Broad knowledge of the construction industry, regulatory standards and design criteria pertinent to terminal and aviation buildings.
  • Experience managing engineering design efforts, including management of third Party designers with a minimum of two large infrastructure (buildings) projects.
  • Practical work experience sufficient to demonstrate competence and breadth in architectural design for airport terminals.
  • Must have experience with integrating multi-disciplinary designs, engineering work planning, scheduling, and cost estimating. Working knowledge of fire and life safety, and sustainability; as integrated into the design and the construction of terminal and aviation buildings.

 

Shaping tomorrow together

Bechtel is among the most respected engineering, project management, and construction companies in the world. We stand apart for our ability to get the job done right—no matter how big, how complex, or how remote. Bechtel operates through four global business units that specialize in infrastructure; mining and metals; nuclear, security and environmental; and oil, gas, and chemicals. Since its founding in 1898, Bechtel has worked on more than 25,000 projects in 160 countries on all seven continents. Today, our 53,000 colleagues team with customers, partners, and suppliers on diverse projects in nearly 40 countries.

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