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Project Architect

Job Title: Project Architect
Department: Architecture
Reports to: Architectural Practice Leader

SUMMARY: Supervises projects as R&B's primary professional services coordination from initial project inception through completion. Plans, supervises, and coordinates project activities to ensure that the goals and objectives of the project are accomplished within prescribed time frame and funding parameters by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate personnel:
Follows hours allotted for work plan and staffing for each project phase. Delegates work assignment of appropriate personnel and consultants as appropriate.
Performing the BIM Implementation Plan for the project will include clash detection and conflict resolution based on the complexity of the project. The BIM Manager defines the minimum requirements for all BIM projects. The Project Architect will follow the requirements as outlined in the BIM Execution Plan for their duties.
Prepares monitors and periodically reviews project progress with project schedule against milestones and set project dates.
Maintains a good working relationship with all members of the project team, confers with them and assures that proper communication and documentation are taking place.
Oversees production of drawings, specifications, reports, cost estimates and other documents and assures that quality standards are maintained.
Assures coordination is taking place (during all project phases) between in-house disciplines, consultants, client, client's consultants and contractors.
Establishes and monitors project hours, delegate's project work to track the hours of the project. Takes appropriate corrective measures to prevent hour overruns. Identifies additional effort for changes in services as appropriate to the Project Manager.
Oversees the construction procurement process including assisting the client in establishing list of bidders; obtaining competitive bids; evaluating bids.
Represents, advises and consults with the client during construction administration.
Oversees the proper close-out of the project.

Researches, plans, designs and administers building projects for clients, applying knowledge of design, construction procedures, building codes and materials.
Consults with client to determine functional and spatial requirements for new structure or renovation, and summarize information regarding design, specifications, color, equipment, furnishings, estimated costs and construction time.
Develops building and site designs including the evaluation of alternative building materials, building systems and equipment together with other considerations based on program, budget and aesthetics.
Presents and explains design of the project to client and other team representatives.
Coordinates all components that will comprise the building project including site, interiors, structural and MEPFP disciplines and integrates these elements into a unified design.
Working supervisory and production knowledge of electronic software systems (such as Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks, Bluebeam) as required for assigned projects. With the rapid nature of evolving production methods the position may be required to learn new software to perform the basic job duties.
Produces and coordinates drawings, specifications, reports, cost estimates and other documents during the design process in accordance with established quality standards.
Coordinates and prepares submittals at appropriate intervals during the design process for submission and review with the client.
Assists the client in filing documents for jurisdictional approvals and permits.
Assists the client in obtaining competitive bids or negotiated proposals.
Takes an active role during construction administration to represent, advise and consult with the client.
Assists the Owner in the organized close-out of the project including final site
observation and development of punch list; certificate of completion; coordination and preparation of record drawings and other closeout documents.
Maintains an organized project file documenting the entire design and construction process.

Bachelor's degree (BA) from an accredited college or university with a minimum of ten years related experience and/or training; professional registration required.

The incumbent will perform assigned duties in both office and construction settings. The Project Architect must be able to climb ladders, enter underground vaults and confined spaces, work at heights, and show physical dexterity, flexibility, and coordination to work on construction sites while following the locations required safety protocol; at a minimum is following OSHA Guide requirements. The Technician must wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as safety shoes, protective eyewear, visibility vest and a hard hat. The position may be exposed to temperature extremes during construction work. Lifting up to 75 pounds, unassisted, may be required.

Note: This is not intended as a complete or definitive statement of all duties or responsibilities of the job but a record of the principal elements of the Position.

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