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On-site Construction Administrator: Fort Myers, FL

Overview

If you enjoy solving complex challenges in the field with the support of a collaborative project team that celebrates each person’s ideas, experience, and creativity, this might be the opportunity for you. Flad is a national architectural firm, with ten offices across the country, specializing in science, healthcare, academic, and workplace spaces. Flad is a team of creative, intelligent, energetic people who help our clients tackle the issues that change people’s lives.

This position requires the individual to be on-site in Lee County, Florida, Monday through Friday each week.

How will your days be spent

  • Acting as the primary team member on-site, understand project detail and design intent with the ability to interpret and resolve issues in the field expeditiously.
  • Perform on-site observations and document results relative to the quantity and quality of the contractor’s performance.
  • Provide prompt and expeditious service regarding issues of interpretations, decisions, construction bulletins, payment requests, and other matters that contribute to an efficient process.
  • Review, evaluate, and respond to RFIs and review submittals. Bring questions or concerns to the attention of design team members as required.
  • Monitor construction changes, shop drawings, samples, product data and/or other submissions from the contractor.
  • Review shop drawings, reject work that does not conform to the construction documents, and record the issues with a corrective action report or non-conforming work notice.
  • Assist with coordination and/or review work of project team members to advance decisions and schedule.

What you bring to this role

Experience:

  • Minimum of ten years of architectural experience working on medium to large scale projects required.
  • Experience with healthcare architecture and deep understanding and experience with construction administration processes required.
  • Ability to collaborate to support decision making in a timely and inclusive manner required.

Software:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required. Proficiency in Revit preferred.
  • Experience with web-based project management programs and Bluebeam preferred.

Education:

  • Degree in architecture required.
  • Registered Architect in the United States required.
  • Successful completion of the Construction Documents Technology (CDT) program encouraged; Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) certification preferred.
  • Sustainability accreditation preferred.

Flad offers a wide range of benefits including: 

  • Hybrid work environment
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • Generous paid time off and paid holidays
  • Financial health and wellness benefits – retirement savings plan; fiduciary advisor; identity theft plan; Section 125 flexible benefits; income protection – life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability; Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Continuing education and career development – internal programs; funds set aside for external programs, licensure and sustainability support, annual professional registration and organization reimbursement

Flad Architects is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Flad will provide equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

If you need a reasonable accommodation to apply for a position, please contact Human Resources at 608-238-2661 or email us at [email protected].

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Architectural Designer

Job Description

Location: Coral Gables, Florida, USA

Company Overview:
Welcome to Carty Architecture, an international Architecture, Planning and Interior Design firm, renowned for its innovative and substantial portfolio in aviation, recreational, restaurants, athletic facilities, schools, universities, offices, parks, tenant improvements and government projects. Carty Architecture is seeking a skilled Project Architect. Our firm is committed to excellence and innovation, for additional information please visit our website at www.cartyarchitecture.com . We embrace a multicultural work environment and uphold values of respect and proactive independence, enabling our team to thrive in a dynamic and collaborative setting.

Carty Architecture is looking for graduate architects interested in becoming a full-time member of our Team; working collaboratively, in a creative, comfortable atmosphere.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER responsible for assisting with the development of production drawings from schematic through construction document phases. This position involves being part of a team producing detailed Revit models and construction documents from schematic design through to construction document phases and construction administration. The ideal candidate will excel in a fast-paced environment, ensuring high standards of quality and client satisfaction.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Engage in all project phases, from schematic designs to construction documents and construction administration.
  • Collaborate with a team of architects and coordinate with consulting engineers to produce construction documents.
  • Communicate effectively with the team to ensure project objectives and timelines are met.

Requirements:

  • Professional degree in Architecture.
  • 2+ years of professional experience in architecture.
  • Proficiency in REVIT (cloud models); strong design, technical, and graphic skills
  • Knowledge of construction drawing standards.
  • Knowledge of Florida or International Building Codes.

How Success Is Measured:

  • Quality, coordination, and efficiency of Revit models and construction documents.

BENEFITS:

  • Salary commensurate with experience and abilities, with yearly adjustments.
  • Annual bonus based upon performance.
  • Fully paid Health Care for employee.
  • 3 weeks of paid time off, 7 paid public holidays. Paid week between Christmas and New Year during office closure.

CONTACT: Judy Carty – [email protected] 305-790-7877

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Senior Architectural Designer at EoA Group

About EoA Group

At EoA Group, we’re not just another architecture and interior design firm. We’re a powerhouse of creativity, with an impressive lineup of amazing projects and a multitude of prestigious awards. Our designs are recognized for their innovation and excellence, delivering awe-inspiring spaces that captivate and impress. Join us and be part of our award-winning team!

Summary

Join our Kickass Team at EoA Group: Where Award-Winning Designs Meet Passion and Innovation!

Are you a talented Senior Architectural Designer looking to make your mark in the world of hospitality and commercial spaces? Look no further! EoA Group, the industry-renowned architecture and interior design firm with a string of prestigious awards, is seeking an exceptional individual like you to join our dynamic team.

As a Senior Design Architect, you’ll have a pivotal role in shaping the future of our company by bringing your expertise to high-profile projects that push boundaries and inspire. Collaboration will be at the heart of your work as you closely collaborate with clients and colleagues, infusing each project with your creative flair.

From concept to completion, you’ll lead the charge in the design process, using your exceptional architectural skills to create spaces that are not only innovative but also functional. Working closely with project managers, engineers, and fellow designers, you’ll ensure that our designs exceed the highest standards of quality and client satisfaction.

We’re not just about the present, though; we’re all about growth and development. At EoA Group, we offer ample opportunities for you to expand your skillset and take on exciting challenges. As a Senior Design Architect, you’ll also have the opportunity to mentor and guide junior designers, fostering a collaborative and supportive environment that propels everyone forward.

What sets this role apart is our unapologetic emphasis on kickass projects in the hospitality and commercial spaces industry. By specializing in this niche, you’ll bring your unique perspective to each project, leaving an indelible mark on the spaces you help create.

Ready to join a team that strives for excellence in design and isn’t afraid to rock the industry? Look no further than EoA Group. Apply today and embark on an exhilarating journey of innovation, creativity, and award-winning success!

Responsibilities

  • You will be responsible for designing and developing architectural concepts and plans for hospitality and commercial spaces.
  • You shall collaborate with clients to understand their needs, preferences, and constraints, and translate them into innovative design solutions.
  • We expect you to create detailed 2D and 3D design drawings, renderings, and visualizations using advanced software tools.
  • You will coordinate with project teams, including architects, interior designers, engineers, and consultants, to ensure seamless execution of design projects.
  • You shall conduct site visits and inspections to assess existing conditions and gather relevant information for design development.
  • We expect you to research and stay updated on the latest trends and advancements in architecture and incorporate them into your designs.
  • You will participate in client meetings and presentations to discuss design proposals, provide expert advice, and address any concerns or modifications.
  • You shall oversee the production of construction documents, specifications, and schedules, ensuring adherence to building codes and regulations.

Requirements

  • 7-10 years of experience
  • You should have a strong understanding of architectural design principles and be able to translate conceptual designs into detailed plans.
  • You must have extensive experience using AutoCAD, Revit, and other industry-standard design software.
  • You need to possess excellent technical skills, including proficiency in building codes, construction techniques, and materials.
  • You should be highly skilled in creating comprehensive architectural drawings, including floor plans, elevations, sections, and details.
  • You must demonstrate exceptional creativity and innovation in developing unique design concepts that align with client goals and project requirements.
  • You should be adept at collaborating with multidisciplinary teams, such as engineers and contractors, to ensure effective coordination and integration of design elements.
  • You need to have a deep knowledge of current trends and best practices in hospitality and commercial design, and the ability to incorporate them into your work.
  • You must have excellent communication and presentation skills, both verbal and visual, in order to effectively communicate design concepts and ideas to clients and stakeholders.

Skills

  • Project Management
  • Creative Problem Solving
  • Client Communication
  • Strong Construction Documentation
  • Spatial Awareness
  • Detail-oriented
  • Collaborative Mindset
  • Knowledge of Building Codes
  • AutoCAD
  • Revit – preferred, not required

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Job Captain

MEMarchitecture is a boutique architectural firm in San Francisco and Miami with great ambitions and is seeking candidates and team players to be part of this thriving firm, participating in creation of some of the most ambitious residential and high-end offices, restaurants and retail projects in California, Florida, New York and Puerto Rico.

MEMarchitecture is service-driven and insists on utilizing advanced and sustainable construction methods and integration of smart technologies in the design and construction of high-end creative projects.

Our goals are to provide excellent architectural design and client services. We believe in the benefits of a creative environment and constantly promote new and exciting design ideas, material and construction details.

We are passionate about our goals and are looking for people who share the same passion, deep architectural knowledge, and are eager for taking on more responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  • Professional Architecture Degree
  • 5 or more years of experience working in an architecture office working on high-end residential projects
  • Excellent verbal, written, and lead graphic communications skills
  • Excellent technical skills and thorough understanding of interior materials and construction detailing and methods
  • Excellent organizational, record-keeping capabilities
  • Fluent in CAD; proficient in MS Office, Adobe CS and/or Bluebeam
  • Strong design ability and presentation skills in sketches, renderings or other means
  • Uphold best practices and MEM’s process standards and CAD standards
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills and the ability to take direction from clients and supervisors
  • Experienced in developing construction documents
  • Effectively follow deadlines for production, renderings, presentations and research
  • Coordinate the production of documents with consultants, contractors, and other team members.
  • Logs, reviews and processes project information and correspondence, ie. RFI’s, ASI’s, submittals
  • Assist with site observations and prepares Observation Reports and Progress Meeting Reports.
  • Prepares and distributes project documentation through-out the life of project (Conference Reports, Meeting Minutes, Email, Observation Reports, etc.)
  • At project completion, archives all construction documents and project files from all in-house disciplines and outside consultants in accordance with office procedures.
  • Demonstrate proficient knowledge of building materials, systems, specifications, codes, details, and construction techniques. Must include knowledge of, or ability to learn.
  • Manage own time and workload, as well as that of others, to meet project task deadlines and commitments with regular interaction and direction from a Project Managers and Principals.
  • Fluency in Spanish is a plus.

 

Opportunities and Benefits:

  • The opportunity to create unique and ambitious projects in East and West coasts, to push the boundaries of design and construction detailing to build something that’s never been built before in collaboration with a team of creative leaders by your side
  • A learning environment where you’ll be encouraged to research and pursue the latest products and technologies to materialize your architectural creativity
  • The opportunity to merge personal passions or interests you may have for architecture and construction with your professional path
  • The opportunity for professional growth and taking on more responsibilities within a creative and dynamic work environment
  • Competitive compensation
  • Flexibility to work from home or MEM’s office in downtown San Francisco
  • Paid medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401k and profit sharing
  • Pre-tax commuter and FSA benefits
  • PTO and paid sick leave
  • Supports for participating in industry courses, trade shows and software education

How to Apply
Submit a cover letter, resume and portfolio of work via email ([email protected]).

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Digital Construction Project Engineer

Dowbuilt’s Florida team is hiring a digital construction project engineer to play a decisive role in the implementation of DC systems through the entire project lifecycle. The role is critical to fostering a culture of innovation and collaboration on projects through technical execution, and communication with the internal team and external stakeholders. This position requires experience and aptitude to quickly learn all technologies and processes within current digital construction systems.  The successful outcome for a DC-PE is the integration of DC systems on assigned projects resulting in added-value to a project’s timeline and estimate as well as advancement of supplementary R&D objectives.

WHAT YOU’LL DO

Project Work
General

  • Accountable for punctual attendance in meetings, meaningful contributions, and proactive communication of strategic directives or issue resolutions to both DC management and project teams. Quality of communication must meet DC management standards.
  • Dowbuilders are held to the following standards around effective communication (both written and verbal):
  • Clear—main ideas easily identified and understood.
  • Concise—gets to the point without using unneeded words or images.
  • Concrete—includes specific examples or explanations.
  • Persuasive – refer to objective criteria such as industry practice, project limitations and precedent.
  • Self-aware – remain flexible, curious, and courteous in all communications.
Project Execution

  • Proactively review for comprehension and implementation all project documentation and correspondence necessary to inform DC work with current design intent and specifications. This includes drawings, specifications, models, meeting agenda and notes, and RFI and submittal responses.
  • Coordinate and model assigned scopes of work in accordance with DC systems and best practices.
  • Draft, QC and distribute necessary 2D and 3D deliverables, RFI’s and submittals in collaboration with project teams and in accordance with DC systems, best practices, and DC management review.
  • Periodically provide on-site coordination and DC services such as total station, 3D scanning or other surveying or dimensioning tools to advance coordination efforts and gather on-site dimensions or layout for build-teams.
  • Use Revit, Dynamo, Rhino, Grasshopper, F360, Civil 3D, Recap Pro, AutoCAD, VS Code, ACC and B360 Platforms, and other BIM applications in accordance with DC systems and standards to meet expectations of DC Management on schedule, efficiency and quality-controlled implementation

R&D

  • Develop and implement R&D objectives through collaboration and technical execution while maintaining overall vision and value to organization’s core mission.

Administrative

  • Maintain accurate projections, time coding, and other administrative DC systems for yourself and team members.

TRAVEL: Travel may occasionally be required to visit Dowbuilt projects and teams.  Less than 5% of the time.

REQUIRED TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES

  • 3-5 years’ experience in residential design and/or construction
  • 3-5 years of experience delegating tasks to a team
  • 3-5 years of Revit use in a professional setting
  • 3-5 years of Rhino experience
  • 2+ year experience with Grasshopper, Dynamo or Python scripting languages and processes
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Microsoft Office Suite

WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED

To be successful as a Dowbuilt DC-PE you’ll need:

  • Ability to read and interpret architectural drawings and specifications.
  • Excellent communication, team-building skills, and detailed follow-through
  • Adaptability to changing circumstances.
  • Motivated, dependable, and trustworthy
  • Excellent leadership and decision-making skills
  • Ability to multi-task and work efficiently under pressure
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong organizational skills to manage large amounts of information.
  • Ability to delegate tasks and efficiently manage project teams.
  • Ability to manage stress and maintain composure in challenging situations.
  • Ability to be an active listener, ask for help, and suggest solutions.
  • Strive to continually learn and develop new skills and capabilities.
  • Demonstrate mentorship, guidance and leadership with multiple reports and positive feedback.
  • Demonstrate dependability by arriving on time every day ready to work through the end of the day.
  • Demonstrate discretion and treat all proprietary company information as strictly confidential outside (and in some cases inside) the company.
  • Review and develop this document annually, or as needed.
  • The ability to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen
  • US Work Authorization

PREFERRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES

  • Bachelor’s degree in architecture
  • Knowledge of Revit for MEP modeling
  • Faro 3D Scanning, Faro As-built Software, and point-cloud handling knowledge
  • Smartsheet proficiency

WHAT WE OFFER

We are a fun, easygoing bunch of professionals who take a lot of pride in the work we do. We acknowledge the contributions and talents of our team members by providing benefits that support you at work and in life:

  • Competitive pay commensurate with skills and experience
  • 100% paid medical, dental, vision, and basic life insurance for full-time employees (30% coverage for dependents), first of the month following DOH
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan with employer profit sharing contribution
  • Company-paid short-term disability policy for all full-time employees
  • 8 paid holidays each year, no waiting period
  • Paid Time-Off (PTO) – starting with 15 days/year, and increasing with years of service
  • Mentorship and career development opportunities
  • Annual discretionary bonus
  • Opportunities for travel, if desired

WHO WE ARE

Dowbuilt is a construction company founded in 1980, and today our talented teams can be found from coast to coast. We excel at cutting-edge, innovative, never-been-done-before residential projects and home service—all of which require precision and impeccable attention to detail. We work with top architects, and our builds are regularly featured in publications such as Architectural Digest, Architectural Record, and Dwell.

The Dowbuilt culture is one of care—care for our employees, clients, and the talented craftspeople we partner with—resulting in care for the incredible designs we bring to life.

HOW YOU’LL MAKE AN IMPACT

We’re committed to investing in our team members’ ongoing professional development, and as a leader with Dowbuilt, you play a big part in ensuring that your team has equal opportunity to play to their strengths, fill gaps in knowledge and grow professionally.

Effective career development requires two-way, open communication between employee and manager. This means expectation setting happens on both sides, along with support, mentorship, and goal setting at regular intervals. Find out how you can take your own career to the next level and inspire the next generation of talent with Dowbuilt.

Dowbuilt is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

To apply, please submit an application and portfolio here:

https://dowbuilt.applytojob.com/apply/lPLnpyqwkD/Digital-Construction-Project-Engineer?source=AIA+Miami

 

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Intern Architect/Architect

Architectural Designer (Estimated Start: June 2024)

A small but mighty design firm in the beautiful Florida Keys is seeking a recently licensed (or on path to licensure) designer with a professional degree in architecture from an accredited program and with, ideally, 3-5 years of related working experience. Successful candidates will be involved/included in every project stage from initial client consultation through project closeout on a wide variety of projects including, municipal, commercial, retail, single, and multi-family housing. The candidate will communicate with the client, various municipalities, consultants, and firm leadership/ownership daily. The ideal candidate will be able to independently apply advanced architectural design concepts and carry out various assignments requiring the development of new or improved techniques and procedures. The ideal candidate is also equally committed to the technical aspects of the profession as to the creative aspects in line with the firm’s core values, will thrive on the unique challenges presented in the Keys, is eager to learn and quick to apply new knowledge, and is dedicated to quality in the delivery of each task at every phase of a project.

Qualifications:

  • BS or MA in Architecture from an accredited university.
  • Ability to lead the design and drawing process.
  • Developed skill sets in design and construction documentation.
  • Is fluent in Microsoft Office Suite, AutoCAD/REVIT, and Adobe creative suite.
  • Ability to coordinate with team members, sub-consultants, vendors, and stakeholders.
  • Ability to review own work and work of others.
  • Demonstrates teamwork and the importance of the project.
  • Experience in both commercial and residential architecture a plus.

 

How Will Your Days Be Spent:

  • Primary focus will be on production of Construction Documents and coordination of internal and external team members as well as clients.
  • Focus on planning and execution of projects from initiation through completion (internal/external project management)
  • Assist/support design phase efforts and coordinate/create/support presentation drawings and product selection.
  • Responsible for the organization of design and team members to complete design and construction documents on schedule and within budget.
  • Conduct peer reviews of project documents at various phases of completion for constructability, efficiency, functionality, and cost.
  • Responsible for the organization of design to complete design and construction documents on schedule and within budget.
  • Participate in client presentations and/or meetings.
  • Participate in business development opportunities outside of the office.

 

About the Firm:

Little Red Rooster (LRR) was established in 2018 with a mission to provide creative design solutions with an emphasis on technical proficiency to the Florida Keys public, private, and commercial communities. The firm has an office in Big Pine Key, FL, approximately 45 mins from Key West, and 30 minutes from Marathon, FL. The firm is led by one Principal | Design Director with over 30 years of experience which leaves the open position of “architectural designer” as a very significant role to support all projects, business development, and marketing efforts undertaken by the firm. This is a unique opportunity to work directly with a “seasoned” architect on a wide variety of projects at the ground level of a growing firm. Your dedication and contributions will not go unnoticed here, with the close work environment, each voice holds importance to the overall growth of the company. LRR understands that employees have commitments outside of the firm and encourages you to pursue other interests, especially those unique opportunities that living in “paradise” offers. If you commit yourself to consistently delivering tasks professionally, completely, and on-time, the firm will commit to supporting your interests and lifestyle outside of the office. LRR offers competitive pay, health insurance (medical, dental, eye), flexible work hours, unlimited PTO, and opportunities for CEU/career development. Little Red Rooster doesn’t believe that professionalism and fun are mutually exclusive, so the firm actively cultivates a casual, collegial, and collaborative work environment that one would look forward to being a part of each and every day.

 

Interested parties should send cover letter, resume, and work samples to:

 

Phill Badalamenti

e-mail: [email protected]

mobile: (305) 998-9271

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