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Architect I

Dallas, Texas // Austin, Texas // Denver, Colorado // Fort Worth, Texas

The Architect I is fully competent architect in all conventional aspects of architecture. Independently performs a variety of assignments requiring skill in all conventional aspects of architectural designs for projects of moderate size and complexity. Performs analyses of design layouts. Contributes to the preparation of project specifications, compiling and analyzing relevant data. Reviews completed reports, plans, shop drawings and project submittals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES + RESPONSIBILITIES

Communication: Frequently communicates with team/piers on assignments, questions, progress, and completion of tasks

Teamwork: Collaborate, support, and mentor staff with-in a team-building work environment, where team members have fun while effectively working together toward meeting internal performance and client objectives.

  • Client Interaction:

    • Participate fully in all aspects of client interactions.

    • Present design concepts in meetings with minimal support from senior staff.

  • Project Involvement:

    • Prepares technical and production documents for projects from Schematic Design phase through Construction administration.

    • Assist in creating and developing design concepts while implementing design criteria and complying with jurisdictional requirements including appliable codes, COMcheck, BOMA, etc.

    • Research materials and systems to determine criteria necessary to integrate products into the project.

    • Coordinate materials and assist in the production of project specifications while preparing detailed construction documents as part of a team.

    • Maintain awareness of scope, schedule, budget, and status of all assigned projects.

  • Standards + Codes:

    • Assist in jurisdictional research through application and permit tracking.

    • Participate in the development, submission and presentation of plans and documents to appropriate authorities for land use, zoning and permitting approvals.

  • Construction Administration: Perform construction observation and jobsite visits, attend OAC meetings and assist construction administrators with submittal and RFI reviews and generating documents for PR issuance.

  • Culture:

    • Take personal responsibility for fostering a nurturing, positive and respectful work environment.

    • Gets involved with MOR groups and promotes the office mission, vision, and values.

    • Mentors’ interns and design professionals as part of our internal internship program.

  • Abide by and fully support compliance with all firm policies and maintain daily attendance reliability in the office, or as assigned, and in accordance with policies.

  • Performance of other related duties as assigned.

  • REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE + SKILLS

  • Job Knowledge:

    • Attention to detail, including tracking changes throughout a project, and ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility effectively.

    • Organizational and multi-tasking skills and ability to accomplish tasks under strict deadlines.

    • Developed leadership and communication skills, including verbal, written and technology-based communication skills.

    • Established problem-solving, negotiation and consultation skills and the ability to take appropriate decisive action.

    • Displayed knowledge of architectural building systems, construction methodology, design, trends, material application, sustainability, integrated design and LEED guidelines.

    • Ability to translate client ideas into visual and/or tangible references such as drawings or models.

  • Technology:

    • Strong proficiency in Revit/BIM360 and MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PPT, OneNote, & Teams) preferred.

    • Working knowledge of Bluebeam, AutoCAD, Adobe CC (Ps, Id, & Ai) Clarity, Deltek Vision, Enscape, Newforma, and Sketchup preferred.

  • Growth:

    • Focused on learning, observing, and teaching.

    • Continue learning office documentation and preferred design software through mentorship and on own.

    • Follow direction but also engage in individual growth by getting involved with and beyond the firm to improve personal skillsets (Blueprints, Lunch-and-learns, AIA, etc.).

  • REQUIRED EDUCATION + CREDENTIALS + EXPERIENCE

    • Professional degree in architecture or related field required; Bachelor of Arts or Science in Architecture or a Bachelor of Architecture and/or Master of Architecture preferred.

    • Architecture licensure in good standing required; NCARB certification preferred.

    • AIA, CSI, NCARB, IIDA and/or other current achievement affiliations in good standing preferred.

    • Generally, three+ years post-graduation experience in architecture; comparable experience in related fields will be considered

Architectural Coordinator I

Dallas, Texas // Austin, Texas // Fort Worth, Texas // Denver, Colorado

The Architectural Coordinator I is fully competent in all conventional aspects of architecture. Independently performs a variety of assignments requiring skill in all conventional aspects of architectural designs for projects of moderate size and complexity. Performs analyses of design layouts. Contributes to the preparation of project specifications, compiling and analyzing relevant data. Reviews completed reports, plans, shop drawings and project submittals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES + RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Communication: Frequently communicates with team/piers on assignments, questions, progress, and completion of tasks

  • Teamwork: Collaborate, support, and mentor staff with-in a team-building work environment, where team members have fun while effectively working together toward meeting internal performance and client objectives.

  • Client Interaction:

    • Participate fully in all aspects of client interactions.

    • Present design concepts in meetings with minimal support from senior staff.

  • Project Involvement:

    • Prepares technical and production documents for projects from Schematic Design phase through Construction administration.

    • Assist in creating and developing design concepts while implementing design criteria and complying with jurisdictional requirements including appliable codes, COMcheck, BOMA, etc.

    • Research materials and systems to determine criteria necessary to integrate products into the project.

    • Coordinate materials and assist in the production of project specifications while preparing detailed construction documents as part of a team.

    • Maintain awareness of scope, schedule, budget, and status of all assigned projects.

  • Standards + Codes:

    • Assist in jurisdictional research through application and permit tracking.

    • Participate in the development, submission and presentation of plans and documents to appropriate authorities for land use, zoning and permitting approvals.

  • Construction Administration: Perform construction observation and jobsite visits, attend OAC meetings and assist construction administrators with submittal and RFI reviews and generating documents for PR issuance.

  • Culture:

    • Take personal responsibility for fostering a nurturing, positive and respectful work environment.

    • Gets involved with MOR groups and promotes the office mission, vision, and values.

    • Mentors’ interns and design professionals as part of our internal internship program.

    • Abide by and fully support compliance with all firm policies and maintain daily attendance reliability in the office, or as assigned, and in accordance with policies.

  • Performance of other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE + SKILLS

  • Job Knowledge:

    • Attention to detail, including tracking changes throughout a project, and ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility effectively.

    • Organizational and multi-tasking skills and ability to accomplish tasks under strict deadlines.

    • Developed leadership and communication skills, including verbal, written and technology-based communication skills.

    • Established problem-solving, negotiation and consultation skills and the ability to take appropriate decisive action.

    • Displayed knowledge of architectural building systems, construction methodology, design, trends, material application, sustainability, integrated design and LEED guidelines.

    • Ability to translate client ideas into visual and/or tangible references such as drawings or models.

  • Technology:

    • Strong proficiency in Revit/BIM360 and MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PPT, OneNote, & Teams) preferred.

    • Working knowledge of Bluebeam, AutoCAD, Adobe CC (Ps, Id, & Ai) Clarity, Deltek Vision, Enscape, Newforma, and Sketchup preferred.

  • Growth:

    • Focused on learning, observing, and teaching.

    • Continue learning office documentation and preferred design software through mentorship and on own.

    • Follow direction but also engage in individual growth by getting involved with and beyond the firm to improve personal skillsets (Blueprints, Lunch-and-learns, AIA, etc.).

  • REQUIRED EDUCATION + CREDENTIALS + EXPERIENCE

    • Professional degree in architecture or related field required; Bachelor of Arts or Science in Architecture or a Bachelor of Architecture and/or Master of Architecture preferred.

    • AIA, CSI, NCARB, IIDA and/or other current achievement affiliations in good standing preferred.

    • Generally, three+ years post-graduation experience in architecture; comparable experience in related fields will be considered.

Architectural Coordinator II

Denver, Colorado

The Architect Coordinator II is Responsible for specific technical design aspects of an assigned major project, including investigation, evaluation, and recommendation of design solutions that best meet the client’s needs. Provides professional architectural consultation, with the support of more senior architects, in the planning, design, and coordination of large complex projects. Independently applies advanced architectural concepts and designs. Capable of identifying and executing assignments requiring the development of new or improved techniques and procedures. May provide technical guidance to less experienced architects. 

Position Type + Hours

Full time position: 40+ hour per week expectation.  Flexible start times with evenings/weekends occasionally required.

Classification

Exempt

Supervisor

Typically Project Coordinator III, Architect III and higher

Supervisory Responsibility

Project Coordinator I, Architect I or lower

Next Level

Architect Coordinator III, Architect III

Work Location

Office with occasional jobsite visits

ESSENTIAL DUTIES + RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Communication: Communicate effectively and work collaboratively with all “stakeholders” (such as owners, project managers and other staff, consultants, contractors, vendors, and others) in a proactive integrated project-delivery process throughout all project phases to achieve client, project and internal firm goals.

  • Teamwork: Support, direct, and mentor staff with-in a team-building work environment, where team members have fun while effectively working together toward meeting internal performance and client objectives.

  • Proposals: Assist in determining project-specific information including overall project scope, fee estimating, project scheduling.

Project Management

  • Coordinate and monitor the activities of project personnel, ensuring individual job assignments are completed timely and consistent with project requirements.

  • Maintain awareness of scope, schedule, budget, and status of all assigned projects.

Project Involvement:

  • Primarily responsible for the technical and production aspects for projects from Design Development phase through Construction administration.

  • Conduct preliminary field surveys to document existing conditions and generate building backgrounds

  • Assist in creating and developing design concepts while implementing design criteria and complying with jurisdictional requirements including appliable codes, COMcheck, BOMA, etc.

  • Research materials and systems to determine criteria necessary to integrate products into the project.

  • Coordinate materials and assist in the production of project specifications while preparing detailed construction documents independently or with a team.

Standards + Codes:

  • Perform jurisdictional research through application and permit tracking.

  • Participate in the development, submission and presentation of plans and documents to appropriate authorities for land use, zoning and permitting approvals.

  • Ensure quality control and quality assurance program is initiated and adhered to through the life of the project.

Construction Administration:

  • Review and provide feedback on proposed construction cost estimates and construction schedules.

  • Perform construction observation and jobsite visits, attend OAC meetings and assist construction administrators with submittal and RFI reviews and generating documents for PR issuance. 

    • Abide by and fully support compliance with all firm policies and maintain daily attendance reliability in the office, or as assigned, and in accordance with policies. 

    • Performance of other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE + SKILLS

Job Knowledge:

  • Strong attention to detail, including tracking changes throughout a project, and ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility effectively.

  • Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills and ability to accomplish tasks under strict deadlines.

  • Strong leadership and communication skills, including verbal, written and technology-based communication skills.

  • Ability to work effectively individually and/or in a team atmosphere.

  • Excellent problem-solving, negotiation and consultation skills and the ability to take appropriate decisive action.

  • Advanced knowledge of architectural building systems, construction methodology, design, trends, material application, sustainability, integrated design and LEED guidelines.

  • Strong ability to translate client ideas into visual and/or tangible references such as drawings or models.

Technology:

  • Strong proficiency in Bluebeam, MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PPT, OneNote, & Teams), and Revit/BIM360 preferred.

  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Adobe CC (Ps, Id, & Ai) Clarity, Deltek Vision, Enscape, MS Project, Newforma, and Sketchup preferred.

 REQUIRED EDUCATION + CREDENTIALS + EXPERIENCE

  • Professional degree in architecture or related field required; Bachelor of Arts or Science in Architecture or a Bachelor of Architecture and/or Master of Architecture preferred.

  • AIA, CSI, NCARB, IIDA and/or other current achievement affiliations in good standing preferred.

  • Generally, five+ years post-graduation experience in architecture; comparable experience in related fields will be considered.

Construction Administrator I

Dallas, Texas // Austin, Texas // Denver, Colorado // Fort Worth, Texas

The Construction Administrator I serves as a reliable liaison between the design team, the owner, and the contractor and is responsible for administering the construction contract for projects small to medium in size, complexity, and of various construction types. Assists more senior Construction Administration personnel on providing Construction Phase services on a variety of projects, leading to providing those services individually on smaller projects. Assists and carries out construction phase services including jobsite visits, submittal review, RFI responses, pay application review and project close out. Works directly with the project manager, architects, consultants, and other technical personnel in understanding and effectively interpreting the Contract Documents and provides support for changes to those documents during construction. Gains a working knowledge of project management systems. Accepts instruction and mentoring from more senior CA staff. Forms a positive working relationship with the Contractor, Owner, and design team.

Position Type + Hours

Full time position: 40+ hours per week expectation.  Flexible start times with evenings/weekends occasionally required.

Classification

Exempt

Supervisor

Construction Administrator II and/or Firm Partner/Principals in conjunction with design teams.

Supervisory Responsibility

N/A

Next Level

Construction Administrator II

Work Location

Office with frequent jobsite visits and travel

ESSENTIAL DUTIES + RESPONSIBILITIES

Communication: Builds and maintain effective working relationships and communications with all “stakeholders” (such as owners, project managers and other staff, consultants, contractors, and others).

Teamwork:

  • Exude a diplomatic, open-minded, fair, calm, responsive, and professional demeanor always.

  • Confer with CA-II and/or Senior CA before acting if uncertain what is required by the construction contract.

Proposals:

  • Review and provide feedback on proposals and contracts as requested by Project Manager, Principal or Partner.

  • Assist in determining project-specific information including overall project scope, fee estimating, and project scheduling.

Design/Documentation Phase Involvement:

  • Review drawings and specifications for quality, completeness, coordination, and constructability both internally and with consultant documents.

  • Actively participate in design and production meetings as requested by the Project Manager, Principal or Partner.

  • Ensure internal quality control and quality assurance is adhered to through the life of the project as requested by Project Manager, Principal or Partner.

Construction Administration Phase:

  • Responsible for administering the construction contract per the executed Owner/Architect agreement and as may be amended by the General/Supplementary Conditions sections included in Division 00 of the respective Project Manual.

  • Review and provide feedback on construction cost estimates, change orders and construction schedules.

  • Perform field observations, construction observation activities and attend OAC meetings in person.

  • Confer with design team to discuss project issues and formulate solutions for resolution.

  • Review, coordinate, and distribute proposal requests and other AIA or administrative documentation as needed.

  • Actively participates in project close out including punch list, reviewing final application for payment and preparation of the certificate of substantial completion.

  • Review and take appropriate action on submittals, RFI’s, substitution requests, and pay applications.

  • Keep firm partners, project managers, and owners informed of project activities.

    • Abide by and fully support compliance with all firm policies and maintain daily attendance reliability in the office, or as assigned, and in accordance with policies. 

    • Performance of other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE + SKILLS

Job Knowledge:

  • Strong attention to detail and ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility effectively.

  • Established organizational and multi-tasking skills and ability to accomplish tasks under strict deadlines.

  • Strong leadership and communication skills, including verbal, written and technology-based communications.

  • Ability to work effectively individually and/or in a team atmosphere.

  • Excellent problem-solving, negotiation and consultation skills and the ability to take appropriate decisive action.

  • Advanced knowledge of architectural building systems, construction methodology, design, trends, material application, sustainability, integrated design, and LEED guidelines.

  • Demonstrated ability to mentor and lead others by example.

  • Knowledge of successful pre-project planning and ability to identify and mitigate risks.

  • Available for travel, works hours as required to meet training and project requirements/deadlines.

Technology:

  • Strong proficiency in Bluebeam, MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, & Teams), and Tonic preferred.

  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD, MS Project, Sketchup, Deltek Vision and Revit/BIM360 preferred.

  • Experience with Procore, Teambinder, Tonic and/or other construction management software’s preferred.

REQUIRED EDUCATION + CREDENTIALS + EXPERIENCE

  • Professional degree in architecture, construction management, engineering or related field, or requisite experience required.

  • Architecture/Engineering licensure and/or CSI-CCCA credentials in good standing preferred.

  • Appropriate experience within the construction industry will be considered in lieu of a professional degree.

  • AIA, CSI, and/or other current achievement affiliations in good standing preferred.

  • CSI-CDT, CSI-CCCA, RAS, LEED and/or WELL accreditation preferred.

  • Generally, five+ years post-graduation experience with exposure to relevant CA experience.

Design Professional

Denver, Colorado

The Design Professional role is a full-time, entry-level professional performing basic architectural assignments. Undertakes a variety of assignments requiring the application of standard architectural techniques for small projects or selected segments of a larger project. Performs design layouts and features, which require researching, compiling, and recording information for assigned project work. 

Position Type + Hours

Full time position: 40+ hour per week expectation.  Flexible start times with evenings/weekends occasionally required.

Classification

Exempt

Supervisor

Typically, Architectural Coordinator I, Architect I

Supervisory Responsibility

None

Next Level

Architectural Coordinator I, Architect I

Work Location

Office with occasional jobsite visits

ESSENTIAL DUTIES + RESPONSIBILITIES

Communication: Frequently communicates with team/piers on assignments, questions, progress, and completion of tasks

Teamwork: Collaborate, support, and mentor staff with-in a team-building work environment, where team members have fun while effectively working together toward meeting internal performance and client objectives.

Client Interaction:

  • Participate fully in all aspects of client interactions.

  • Present design concepts in meetings with minimal support from senior staff.

Project Involvement:

  • Prepares technical and production documents for projects from Schematic Design phase through Construction administration.

  • Assist in creating and developing design concepts while implementing design criteria and complying with jurisdictional requirements including appliable codes, COMcheck, BOMA, TAS etc.

  • Research materials and systems to determine criteria necessary to integrate products into the project.

  • Coordinate materials and assist in the production of project specifications while preparing detailed construction documents as part of a team.

  • Maintain awareness of scope, schedule, budget, and status of all assigned projects.

Standards + Codes:

  • Assist in jurisdictional research through application and permit tracking.

  • Participate in the development, submission and presentation of plans and documents to appropriate authorities for land use, zoning and permitting approvals.

Construction Administration: Perform construction observation and jobsite visits, attend OAC meetings and assist construction administrators with submittal and RFI reviews and generating documents for PR issuance. 

Culture:

  • Take personal responsibility for fostering a nurturing, positive and respectful work environment.

  • Gets involved with MOR groups and promotes the office mission, vision, and values.

  • Mentors’ interns and design professionals as part of our internal internship program.

  • Abide by and fully support compliance with all firm policies and maintain daily attendance reliability in the office, or as assigned, and in accordance with policies. 

  • Performance of other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE + SKILLS

Job Knowledge:

  • Attention to detail, including tracking changes throughout a project, and ability to perform each essential duty and responsibility effectively.

  • Organizational and multi-tasking skills and ability to accomplish tasks under strict deadlines.

  • Developed leadership and communication skills, including verbal, written and technology-based communication skills.

  • Established problem-solving, negotiation and consultation skills and the ability to take appropriate decisive action.

  • Displayed knowledge of architectural building systems, construction methodology, design, trends, material application, sustainability, integrated design and LEED guidelines.

  • Ability to translate client ideas into visual and/or tangible references such as drawings or models.

Technology:

  • Strong proficiency in Revit/BIM360 and MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PPT, OneNote, & Teams) preferred.

  • Working knowledge of Bluebeam, AutoCAD, Adobe CC (Ps, Id, & Ai) Clarity, Deltek Vision, Enscape, Tonic, and Sketchup preferred.

Growth:

  • Focused on learning, observing, and teaching.

  • Continue learning office documentation and preferred design software through mentorship and on own.

  • Follow direction but also engage in individual growth by getting involved with and beyond the firm to improve personal skillsets (Blueprints, Lunch-and-learns, AIA, etc.).

REQUIRED EDUCATION + CREDENTIALS + EXPERIENCE

  • Professional degree in architecture or related field required; Bachelor of Arts or Science in Architecture or a Bachelor of Architecture and/or Master of Architecture preferred.

  • AIA, CSI, NCARB, IIDA and/or other current achievement affiliations in good standing preferred

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