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BIM Jobs in Colorado

BIM Jobs in Colorado offer a unique opportunity to engage with cutting-edge technology and innovative project management techniques, setting the stage for a fulfilling career amidst America's breathtaking landscapes. Our roles range from BIM Coordinators to Managers and Operators, each playing a vital part in transforming architectural visions into reality, ensuring a dynamic and rewarding work environment.

Why choosing a BIM job in Colorado is a great idea.

Choosing a BIM (Building Information Modeling) job in Colorado not only catapults your career into the forefront of architectural innovation but also integrates your life with vibrant communities and an outdoor-centric lifestyle amidst some of America's most stunning landscapes.

Why Work for IES communications in Colorado?

Joining IES Communications in Colorado means becoming part of a team that values the growth and development of its employees as much as it does delivering superior quality solutions to our clients. We're committed to leading the telecommunications industry by investing in our people, offering them opportunities for professional advancement through cutting-edge technology and industry-leading training, including Building Information Modeling (BIM). By choosing to work with us, you'll be stepping into a culture that nurtures collaboration, innovation, and a deep commitment to making a difference in the communities we serve, ensuring a fulfilling career path tailored to your personal and professional goals.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What duties do our BIM employees do at IES Communications' Colorado Branches?

In Colorado, our Building Information Modeling (BIM) roles are pivotal in transforming project visions into reality. Our BIM Coordinators excel in guiding projects from inception through to completion, expertly transitioning designs into coordinated models and detailed shop drawings, culminating in precise as-built documents. They play a crucial role in system design, content modeling, and cross-trade coordination, ensuring seamless contract compliance and fruitful client interactions. Elevating these responsibilities, our BIM Managers not only embody the core competencies of Coordinators and CAD Drafters but also lead our talented teams towards excellence. With an oversight on departmental activities, staffing, and training, they set and track performance goals, uphold quality assurance standards across multiple projects, and serve as the primary technical liaison for our BIM, CAD, and Documentation Control teams. Their strategic vision facilitates process improvements and optimizes manpower allocation. On the operational front, our BIM Operators bring projects to life by generating dynamic BIM models, identifying design clashes for effective resolution, and maintaining up-to-date models that reflect real-time construction progress. Their hands-on approach ensures that all project phases benefit from accurate modeling data, aiding in efficient field construction and facilitating proactive communication with project stakeholders. Across these roles, our team in Colorado is committed to leveraging BIM technology to enhance collaboration, streamline processes, and deliver exceptional outcomes.


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What is the average salary of a BIM job in Colorado?

The average salary for a BIM (Building Information Modeling) position in Colorado is approximately $65,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, specific role, and location within the state.

How do I get started with a Building Information Modeling career in Colorado?

To kickstart a career in Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Colorado, start by pursuing relevant education or certifications in BIM technologies and methodologies. Networking with professionals in the industry through local meetups, online forums, and joining professional organizations can also significantly boost your entry into the field.

How long does it take to start a BIM career in CO?

Starting a BIM career in Colorado can vary based on your background and the specific path you choose. Typically, if you're starting from scratch, it might take anywhere from 2 to 4 years. This includes time spent earning a relevant degree or certification and gaining initial work experience through internships or entry-level positions. For those with related experience or education, transitioning into a BIM role could be faster, potentially within a few months to a year, as they build upon existing skills and knowledge.

Is a Building Information Modeling job in Colorado a good career?

Absolutely, pursuing a Building Information Modeling (BIM) career in Colorado is a smart choice. The state's booming construction and real estate sectors are increasingly relying on BIM for efficient project management and execution. This trend not only elevates the demand for skilled BIM professionals but also promises attractive salaries and opportunities for growth. Plus, Colorado's commitment to sustainable development aligns well with BIM's capabilities in enhancing building efficiency and environmental friendliness, making it an even more rewarding field to dive into.

How much do people with a Building Information Modeling job in CO make?

Employees working in BIM in CO typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and background.

Is there a demand for a BIM jobs in Colorado?

Yes, there's a significant demand for BIM (Building Information Modeling) jobs in Colorado. This growth is driven by the state's expanding construction industry and a push towards more efficient, technology-driven project planning and execution.

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