Wednesday, August 27, 2014

BIM Coordinator/Modeler - Seattle - Lease Crutcher Lewis

Lease Crutcher Lewis is seeking a BIM Coordinator/Modeler for their Seattle-based projects.

Duties and responsibilities may include:
  • Coordinating and facilitating subcontractor BIM Orientation meetings
  • Coordinating all BIM logistics (Contacts, Emails, Communication, WebPM access, File sharing, etc.)
  • Creating and maintaining Federated Models for many purposes (PE Review Models, Field Inspection Models, Punchlist Background Models, Field Instruction Models)
  • Reviewing and documenting design document and coordination conflicts
  • Facilitating regular meetings with Design Team members and distribute responses to subcontractors.
  • Facilitating CR Review with the Owner through the BIM-CON review process.
  • Providing general BIM tech support for Project Engineers.
  • Maintaining plotter/supplies, tablets, field Computers etc.
  • Providing marketing support: tours, speaking engagements, etc.
  • Providing field CQC support, resolving field disputes through model verification.
  • Providing field subcontractors with the most current coordinated information.
  • Providing modeling for change order verification, ROMs, scope holes in modeling efforts, Design Team support, etc.
  • Interpreting the construction documents and building a base model.
  • Dividing the model in the way that work will be installed.
  • Working with the field to understand how they work and what information they need.
  • Providing a great level of detail and adding objects that may impact scope of work.
  • Providing accurate material quantities.
  • Developing work package drawings.
  • Communicating conflicts in model; both real and potential.
  • Facilitating foreman review meetings.
  • Producing information and drawings, beyond work package development, that are helpful to the Project Team.
  • Communicating model information to trades not involved in modeling.
  • Developing the as-built model through the duration of the project.
  • Software requirements: Revit 2014, AutoCAD 2014, Navisworks Manage 2015, Bluebeam Revu, Point Layout
Please send a resume and a letter of interest to:

Human Resources
Lease Crutcher Lewis
107 Spring Street
Seattle, WA 98104
No phone calls, please

Email via: jobs@lewisbuilds.com
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Plumbing and Fire Protection Designer - Farnsworth Group

Farnsworth Group, Inc. is a full-service engineering and architectural firm that offers our valued clients nearly 400 employees located in a nationwide network of offices. We are also one of the nation’s leaders in sustainable design initiatives. Farnsworth Group is an employee-owned company with a rich 100-year history that offers an impressive benefits and compensation program in addition to excellent career development opportunities.

We have the following positions are available in Peoria, Illinois, Normal, Illinois and St. Louis, MO

We have an immediate opening in our Central Illinois or St. Louis, MO offices for a Plumbing and Fire Protection Designer. Qualified candidates will assume multi-project responsibilities for plumbing, fire protection, and special systems engineering as applied to commercial and institutional buildings. Successful candidate shall actively engage in and assume full responsibility for code research and application; system design from preliminary schematics through construction documents, technical specifications, calculations, equipment selection and layout; coordination with both internal and external design team staff; preparation of accurate plumbing, fire protection, and special piping system drawings/models utilizing the company’s drafting programs. Provide complete interfacing with other disciplines, clients, and contractors; maintain budgets and schedules; and provide customary construction services.

Specific Requirements include:
  • High school diploma minimum
  • 7+ years of experience and knowledge of plumbing systems, fire protection systems, and special systems such as medical gas, compressed air, natural gas, etc
  • Revit MEP 2014, AutoCAD 2014, Microsoft Word, and Excel
  • ASPE certified plumbing designer, Licensed Illinois Plumber, or NICET certification an advantage
We offer a competitive salary and benefits program that includes:
  • Medical/Dental Plans
  • Prescription Drug Program
  • Vision Plan
  • 401(k) with Company Match
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Time-off Benefits
For immediate consideration:
Click to Apply Online or visit the Farnsworth Group website at and click on the careers link.

Farnsworth Group, Inc. is proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Monday, August 25, 2014

Design Applications Manager - Perkins+Will - Minneapolis

Perkins+Will Minneapolis is seeking a design technologist to fill the role of Design Applications Manager. A Design Applications Manager engages with project teams and local office leadership in a broad range of activities including BIM setup and planning, software support and training, as well as architectural production work. Design Applications Managers also serve as ambassadors to Perkins+Will’s firm-wide Digital Practice group, a role that provides a platform for the development, testing, and implementation of new workflows and software.

Functional Requirements:
Specific project-related responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Building Information Model (BIM) setup and project technology planning
  • Assisting teams with the generation of BIM execution plans and other technology related plans, protocols, or workflows
  • Continuous Quality Assurance with project teams to maintain BIM quality and fidelity, adherence to BIM plans, adherence to firm-wide modeling and information standards, and continuity of information across multiple applications
  • Coordination of application customization with internal or external application development resources
  • Implementation of effective information protocols and workflows between project teams and external consultants
General technical support responsibilities include:
  • Coordination with firm wide design technology group with regard to local adoption of firm wide standards and practices
  • Technical support for design applications
  • Coordination of applications support with our IT infrastructure group and firm-wide helpdesk
  • General setup, configuration, and customization of standard design and production applications
  • Training of teams and individuals within the office in the fundamental operation of standard design applications

The Design Applications Manager will report directly to the local office Director of Operations and Managing Director, and will coordinate at the firm wide level with the Design Applications Director and Digital Practice Group. There will also be opportunities to work on firm-wide design technology efforts.

Requirements:

Qualified candidates will have
  • High-level of proficiency in Autodesk Revit in an architectural production environment, including the ability to administer, install, configure, and set up the application
  • Demonstrated experience supporting Autodesk Revit, and a general aptitude and comfort level with training and technical support, both one-on-one and in group class settings
  • The ability to learn and transition between multiple applications within Perkins+Will’s design technology suite, including Newforma, Autocad, 3D Studio MAX Design, Navisworks, SketchUp, Rhinoceros, and others
  • A minimum of a BS Arch, BArch or MArch (or equal), and 3-5 years’ experience in an architectural/interiors/planning environment
Ideal candidates will also have:
  • A general familiarity with design visualization and environmental analysis applications
  • Experience in application customization through programming and scripting
  • The ability to provide a moderate level of support for the Microsoft Windows/Office desktop and Adobe Creative Suite products, along with an aptitude for PC support and network basics
  • LEED Accreditation and professional licensure
The Minneapolis office is currently staffed by over 50 friendly and skilled professionals and is located centrally on Nicollet Mall and 10th Street in Downtown Minneapolis, easily accessible by bike, mass transit, or car. Perkins+Will employees enjoy access to innovation grants and internal design competitions, the combined expertise of 24 world-wide offices, and an excellent benefits package.

Click to Apply Online

EOE

Design Applications Manager - Perkins+Will - Chicago

Perkins+Will seeks a design technologist to lead implementation and support efforts as a Design Applications Manager (DAM) in our Chicago office. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic, self-motivated, and collaborative leader, capable of engaging effectively with project teams, office leadership, and Perkins+Will’s firm-wide Digital Practice group. Strong communication skills are a must.

The Design Applications Manager will be expected to balance efforts between assisting project teams and providing technology support and training. The position requires expertise in Perkins+Will’s design applications (software), a solid foundation in all phases of architectural practice, and the ability to manage multiple projects.

Functional Requirements:
Specific project-related responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
  • Building Information Model (BIM) setup and project technology planning
  • Assisting teams with the generation of BIM execution plans and other technology related plans, protocols, or workflows
  • Continuous Quality Assurance with project teams to maintain BIM quality and fidelity, adherence to BIM plans, adherence to firm-wide modeling and information standards, and continuity of information across multiple applications
  • Coordination of application customization with internal or external application development resources
  • Implementation of effective information protocols and workflows between project teams and external consultants
General technical support responsibilities include:
  • Coordination with firm wide design technology group with regard to local adoption of firm wide standards and practices
  • Technical support for design applications
  • Coordination of applications support with our IT infrastructure group and firm-wide helpdesk
  • General setup, configuration, and customization of standard design and production applications
  • Training of teams and individuals within the office in the fundamental operation of standard design applications
The Design Applications Manager will report directly to the local office Director of Operations and Managing Director, and will coordinate at the firm wide level with the Design Applications Director and Digital Practice Group. There will also be opportunities to work on firm-wide design technology efforts.

Education & Skills:
Qualified candidates will have
  • High-level of proficiency in Autodesk Revit in an architectural production environment, including the ability to administer, install, configure, and set up the application
  • Demonstrated experience supporting Autodesk Revit, and a general aptitude and comfort level with training and technical support, both one-on-one and in group class settings
  • The ability to learn and transition between multiple applications within Perkins+Will’s design technology suite, including Newforma, Autocad, 3D Studio MAX Design, Navisworks, SketchUp, Rhinoceros, and others
  • A minimum of a BS Arch, BArch or MArch (or equal), and 5‐8 years’ experience in an architectural/interiors/planning or similar practice environment (applicants with other degrees, but with significant experience)
Ideal candidates will also have
    A general familiarity with design visualization and environmental analysis applications
  • Some experience in application customization through programming and scripting
  • The ability to provide a moderate level of support for the Microsoft Windows/Office desktop and Adobe Creative Suite products, along with an aptitude for PC support and network basics
  • LEED Accreditation and professional licensure
About Perkins+Will:
Perkins+Will provides expertise spanning various market sectors including transportation, mixed-use, commercial and civic development along with institutional experience in higher education, K-12 and healthcare. The Chicago office is currently staffed with more than 200 professionals, and is backed by the strength of more than 1,400 staff and 25 offices globally.

Perkins+Will is an equal opportunity employer. We provide competitive salary with bonus and an excellent benefits package.

Perkins+Will only accepts resumes and candidate applications through the Careers website. We request that qualified applicants please take the time to apply online and thank all candidates for their submissions.

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Friday, August 8, 2014

Revit Technician - Architecture - Farnsworth Group - Peoria - IL

Farnsworth Group, Inc. is a full-service engineering and architectural firm that offers our valued clients nearly 400 employees located in a nationwide network of offices. We are also one of the nation’s leaders in sustainable design initiatives. Farnsworth Group is an employee-owned company with a rich 100-year history that offers an impressive benefits and compensation program in addition to excellent career development opportunities. We have a position for a Revit Technician with architectural experience.

The opening is in our Peoria, IL office. This position is responsible for assisting architects and project managers; to provide redline drafting; preparing detailed scaled drawings for construction, layouts, sketches, and graphic representations of architecture designs; making use of computers and architecture related software (Revit and SketchUp); making relevant views of buildings; and performing other tasks assigned by an architectural manager.

Requirements include:
  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Computer Graphics, Drafting or related degree or a combination of education and experience, required.
  • Ability to visualize and illustrate design in two or three dimension, required
  • Experience with Revit and SketchUp, required
  • Experience with Photoshop, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, and other rendering software, preferred
  • Revit or Autodesk Certification, preferred
Compensation/Benefits:
  • competitive Salary
  • Medical/Dental Plans
  • Prescription Drug Program
  • Vision Plan
  • 401(k) with Company Match
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Time-off Benefits
For immediate consideration please Apply Online or visit the Farnsworth Group website, then click on the careers link.

Farnsworth Group, Inc. is proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Virtual Building Project Manager - The Beck Group - Dallas - Texas

The Beck Group is looking for someone with an Architecture or Construction background and 4-8 years of experience who is passionate about BIM technology and VDC processes, but also wants to stay engaged with projects. This is not a BIM manager position, this is a project manager position focused in our Virtual Building Group on BIM and Reality Capture projects servicing the AEC industry. Our projects run the gamut, from laser scanning small facades and spaces to entire stadiums, modeling and coordinating buildings of all sizes. We even branch out to things like light reflection analysis and fabrication on occasion. Our bread and butter is scan to BIM workflows, but you'll never know what you might end up working on or whom you might end up working with.

Job title: Virtual Building Project Manager – VB3
Work Location: Dallas Location
Division/Department: Business Technology Services/Virtual Building Group - Services
Salary Range: $70,000-$90,000 Bonus: 15%
Reports to: Virtual Building Services Manager
Reporting Responsibilities: Project staff on Virtual Building Projects being managed

This role is focused on managing Virtual Building projects utilizing Beck’s advanced technology systems. Primary areas of focus are project management and QA/QC, financial management, client relationships, business development and leveraging Beck’s virtual building and integrated workflows.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Management of project financials and staff on VBG projects being managed
  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance of VBG Services work
  • Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures
  • Financial Management of multiple active projects
  • Develop new project opportunities through work and community relationships
  • Advocate for the VBG and Beck at industry and community events
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
  • 4-8 years industry experience
  • 4yr degree preferred with relevant degree in architecture, engineering, construction or similar (applicants with 2yr degree or no college experience may be considered given appropriate work experience)
  • Strong understanding of design and construction industry practices
  • Experience and high proficiency with Building Information Modeling platforms, model based coordination tools, model based quantity takeoff and estimating tools, or model based scheduling tools
  • Experience with project financial management
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
  • Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary customer service
  • Ability to work on multiple projects and handle multiple tasks during the same time period
  • Ability to delegate tasks and manage teams to achieve project completion within a diverse group of high-performers
  • Strong presentation and public speaking skills
  • Business development skills, ability to bring in work to keep our teams productive and profitable
Additional Requirements:
  • Interest in advancing construction management practices through the use of available tools and technology
  • Interest in Beck’s Integrated Enterprise and commitment to the integrated process
  • This position requires an advanced or expert level Revit user proficient in both the project and family environments in Revit.

If you’re interested, APPLY ONLINE.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Digital Practice Leader - NBBJ - NY

NBBJ New York is seeking a Building Information Model expert to lead successful management of BIM production and coordination at a Studio level with specific project participation. The successful candidate will be an innovative designer with demonstrated leadership skills and ability to conduct meetings at all levels of the project.

Key Responsibilities
The BIM Leader understands the strategic importance of BIM for project delivery, while also being proficient at producing a wide range of work using BIM tools. This person will be the champion of BIM in the Studio for Model strategy, BIM education, BIM leadership. At a firm level the successful candidate will also be the studio's liaison for the firm’s Digital Practice Team. The Digital Practice Team brings together technology leaders from every design studio in the firm to craft our digital strategy, elevate the digital design skills in our studios and provide a unified network of digital design leadership.

As a Digital Practice Leader for the Studio this individual would also be responsible for communicating directly with the Studio on topics including: tools, initiatives, standards, processes and methods. Additional responsibilities include regular communication with the Studio Delivery Leader to align on approaches, goals and methodologies. This position will offer the individual opportunities to grow within the firm and exposure to an innovative, fast paced and highly collaborative environment.

Skills and Qualifications (required unless otherwise noted)
  • Minimum 7 years of architecture experience
  • Bachelors of Architecture or equivalent degree required; Masters of Architecture preferred
  • Expert level knowledge of Autodesk's Revit Architecture required
  • In-depth knowledge of technology based collaboration systems
  • Proven prior experience with large & complex project delivery using Revit
  • Proven coordination process experience including working with consultants using multiple platforms
  • Deep knowledge in the Autodesk product range including; Revit Architecture, Revit MEP, Navisworks, 3DSMAX and associated workflows
  • Experience with Autodesk related programming languages a plus
  • Previous experience in the design and delivery of complex healthcare projects preferred
  • Ability to communicate and present ideas clearly to a wide audience - from project team members to external consultants and client representatives
  • Ability to multi-task, work well under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects and multiple deadlines
  • Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision
  • Enjoy working in a collaborative team environment

Please visit our Career Center to apply ON-LINE.

NBBJ is an Equal Opportunity Employer.