Senior Architect | Critical Facilities

Corgan Associates Inc   •  

Dallas, TX

Industry: Real Estate & Construction

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11 - 15 years

Posted 153 days ago

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Overview

Corgan is actively recruiting a Senior Architect to join our corporate headquarters office in Dallas, Texas within our Critical Facilities studio. The firm is currently working on innovative and challenging projects throughout the U.S. and is pursuing new opportunities overseas. The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented, highly-motivated individual with a technical expertise. Candidates should have experience with technical buildings (data centers, hospitals, laboratories etc.) 125,000sf or larger, including detailed communication with consultants, as well as designing and documentation scopes of services.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in maintaining studio environment for knowledge sharing and professional improvement
  • Interface and provide guidance to staff to ensure that the design fulfills client requirements in a cost-effective, timely manner
  • Provide leadership on construction documentation and provide “real time” contract administration guidance and problem resolution
  • Provide mentoring for staff and cultivate environment of shared knowledge and learning
  • Collaborate with studio and market sector

Qualifications

Qualified candidates must meet the following criteria to be considered:

  • 10+ years experience in the entire design process, from inception through contract administration. With a focus on construction document phase of the process of the production projects.
  • A thorough understanding of industry codes, regulations and standards
  • Degree in architecture from an NAAB accredited program along with professional registration
  • Ability to manage through influence in a team environment
  • Ability to introduce efficiencies and modern techniques to process
  • Strong communication, production team leadership and mentoring skills
  • Experience in Revit is highly preferred

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