We are looking for a motivated, early-career individual with a background in architectural engineering or civil/structural engineering to join our expanding team for a full-time, salaried position. Located centrally in the Denver, the firm of comprising engineers and assessment/inspection professionals committed to delivering high-quality, practical solutions for issues in both new and existing buildings.
At the firm, their assessment staff spend a significant amount of time in the field, actively engaging with clients and applying engineering skills firsthand. Specializing in structural consultations, assessments, and remediation/repair design for residential and commercial structures, we emphasize the synergy of technical knowledge and practical application to serve clients effectively and build enduring relationships.
A career at the firm offers the opportunity to collaborate with engineers of diverse backgrounds, enhance hands-on capabilities, and manage projects and clients across all service levels. Ideal candidates should be self-motivated, independent professionals capable of applying sound reasoning and engineering principles to unique situations while communicating recommendations clearly to clients.
Conduct hands-on condition assessments and construction observations, including visual observation, documenting distress/deficiency, directing field testing or intrusive investigation, collecting data and samples, preparing site visit reports, and limited cost estimating.
Analyze field data and conduct research on modern and historic construction documents, building codes, and design guidelines to facilitate analysis, problem-solving, and repair recommendations.
Assist in drafting and preparing client deliverables, such as repair/restoration construction documents, specifications, and written reports.
Interface with project teams, clients, contractors, and other engineering disciplines.
Take responsibility for key aspects of projects and complete assignments with limited oversight under the guidance of licensed professionals.
Bachelor's degree in Civil, Structural, or Architectural Engineering from an ABET-accredited university (Required).
Successful completion of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam and registration as an Engineering Intern (E.I.) in the State of Colorado (Required).
Fully authorized to work within the United States (Required).
Progressive experience in assessment, consulting, forensics, and/or investigation of vertical construction, both new and existing.
Knowledge of current construction standards and building practices.
Excellent customer service, written and oral communication, and time management skills.
Proactive, team player mindset with a willingness to take on various responsibilities.
Ability to prioritize tasks and adapt to changing demands while maintaining a high standard of excellence, integrity, and attention to detail.
Solid foundation in architectural and/or structural engineering principles with a demonstrated interest in the design, construction, investigation, and rehabilitation of various modern and historic structures, building systems, and construction materials.
Ability to climb ladders, maneuver pitched roofs, access confined areas, and lift 30lbs.