Building Envelope Engineer

The primary activities include and are not limited to the following:Receives guidance and direction from immediate supervisor while assisting in the development of short term assignment and long term strategies  Participate on and lead teams in the performance of building diagnostics projects that include, but are not limited to, building enclosure assessments, roofing, fa ade, waterproofing, litigation support, field testing, and distress studies.  Perform and/or direct field investigations, including moisture intrusion, non-destructive testing and fenestration/fa ade testing.  Review design construction documents related to roof replacement, building enclosure refurbishment, glazed assembly replacement, and associated building enclosure remediation work.  Provide peer review of construction documents, protocols, Scopes of Work, and other similar documents associated with building envelope design and repair/restoration.  Work closely with project teams and clients in developing construction documents (e.g.: plans, sections, details, technical specifications) related to building envelope assemblies. Perform all technical tasks related to Building Enclosure Commissioning. Prepare and review technical reports, develop technical presentations, and participate in the development of other technical content in conformance with Terracon's quality and professional standards and policies.  Participate in business development including establishing new clients, furthering relationships with existing clients, participating in professional organizations. Manage or consult on complex building enclosure/facility projects providing leadership and expertise to internal and external project teams. Project management including establishing project teams, objectives, schedules, project-specific safety plans, and management of project deliverables.  Develop scopes of service, establish project budgets, prepare proposals, and participate in client presentations. Interfaces with internal and external groups, gains consensus and contributes to reliable and effective teamwork  Identify and manage asset reliabilityrisks and could impact utility and facility operations.  Perform root cause failure analysis on equipment failures and develop strategies to prevent recurrence. Serve as technical liaison for capital projects to ensure reliability, maintainability and operability of installed  Qualifications Education Minimum Requirement: A Bachelor of Arts/Science Degree in Architecture,Civil/Structral Engineering from an ABET accredited College or University   Required Experience and Skills: Minimum 5 years experience in   building enclosure design, review and assessments Minimum 5 years experience in building enclosure restoration and consulting involving managing bulk water, water vapor transmission, air leakage, and thermal transmission. Expertise in building enclosure systems, including one or more of the following: roofing, wall claddings, glazed assemblies, waterproofing, hygrothermal modeling, and building enclosure diagnostic testing. Must have a working knowledge of basic structural systems. Preferred Experience and Skills: Experience working on elevated work platforms and walking surfaces including ground supported and suspended scaffolding as well as aerial boom and scissor lifts associated with access of mid- to high-rise building facades and roofs. Air Barrier Association of America "ABAA," ABAA Inspector, Certified EIFS Inspector, AAMA Fenestration Master, AAMA Fenestration Associate, Certified Thermographer, or similar certificates are a plus. Professional Engineer (PE), NCARB Registered Architect (RA), or RCI designation as an RRC, RWC, REWC, RBEC. Requisition ID: ENG004144
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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