The Engineering and Construction Designer is responsible for leading and designing individual projects, and defines project scope, space programs, timelines, and budgets. The Design Engineer will be working with internal project teams on the planning of new, and the renovation of older facilities including oilfield service bases, and on research, engineering, and manufacturing.
Successful Engineering and Construction Designers have experience in programming, planning, and design, and have a working knowledge of construction processes and of MS Office applications. With the ability to lead design meetings to gather project information, they are good team players who can work well individually on exciting, complex and challenging projects. They are flexible, capable of working long hours, and willing to travel internationally to help develop projects.
- Creates space programs and conceptual design documentation using Revit to define scope for potential projects.
- Creates and develops internal guidelines, space, and equipment design standards.
- Communicates the design process to the project team.
- Coordinates work with other team members and stakeholders.
- Reviews A/E documentation at project intervals to ensure project quality and design intent.
- Bachelor’s degree in architecture, with LEED experience.
- Minimum three years’ experience in industrial facility design, or complex project experience.
- Proficiency in Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe CS (Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator), Sketchup, and 3DS Max.
|Job Category||Design Engineer|
|Qualification||Bachelors Degree with expertise in Architect, Design Engineer, Facilities Engineer|