Senior Mechanical Engineer – Louisville, KY

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Client Overview:

Established in 1920, the firm is a leading, nationally recognized full-service architectural, engineering and interior design firm, who has successfully planned and designed over 800 senior living, higher education and healthcare projects throughout the United States. From senior housing, colleges and universities, adult education centers, clinics, labs, office suites and medical office buildings, the firm provides cost effective innovative design solutions that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

As a collaborative and innovative center of design excellence, the firm is dedicated to defining the next generation of Living, Learning and Healing Environments. Their family oriented culture aims to provide an exceptional employment experience through which they deliver extraordinary service. From four regionally located offices in North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky and Pennsylvania, they provide uncompromising design services to an ever- expanding national client base.

About the role:

Due to strategic business planning, to better serve their client’s needs now and in the future, the Louisville office is currently seeking to augment their leadership team with a Senior Mechanical Engineer. The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering, with an emphasis on HVAC systems and project designs for buildings. P.E. registration, with the ability to be registered in multiple states is required. Candidate will have solid background in HVAC systems design coursework, with 12+ years of experience in commercial and residential building design. Knowledge of the ASHRAE standards, NFPA and IBC codes, in addition to experience with analysis and layout of HVAC systems, hydronic piping, air distribution and HVAC products and materials. The position requires performance of all aspects of mechanical engineering as it relates to individually assigned projects. This is inclusive of, but not limited to, the following:

  • Ability to meet with architects and other team members to determine appropriate HVAC systems, location of HVAC elements, and preliminary cost estimates.
  • Perform appropriate field work to determine design direction, including evaluation of existing HVAC components for re-use and retrofit.
  • Work with architects, clients, and other engineering disciplines to coordinate systems during design and production drawings.
  • Ability to prepare contract documents using latest version of AutoCad and/or Revit software to design and provide concepts for schematic design packages.
  • Ability to develop technical construction specifications to appropriately support project design and drawings.
  • Prepare design development and construction documents, including coordination with engineering team.
  • Ability to oversee, and mentor, less experienced engineering and architectural team.
  • Assist in HVAC construction administration of the project, including shop drawing review, site visits, cost proposal evaluations, and response to questions from the field.
  • Strong written and communication skills are a must with the ability to multi-task – working on simultaneous project assignments, each in different phases.
  • Excellent client interface capabilities and organizational skills.
  • Enthusiasm and eagerness for continued education and development of new skills.

 

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Getting to know the location:

http://www.movoto.com/guide/louisville-ky/moving-to-louisville-for-families/

https://louisvilleky.gov/government/mayor-greg-fischer/accolades-and-recognitions

http://www.bestplaces.net/docs/studies/safest_cities_for_families.aspx

Community of Louisville, KY

Louisville offers all of the amenities of a major city: shopping, dining, lounges, museums, and the exciting energy of city-living. There’s no mistaking that it’s a much different experience than living in the suburbs and sprawl. But for all of its city qualities, Louisville still manages to partly feel like a small town. And that is mainly due to the awesome people who keep this a close-knit community instead of turning cold. Whether you’ve lived here your whole life or just a few months, you won’t be able to go to the mall without running into someone you know and it will begin to feel like everyone you meet knows someone you know. With a ton of families, parks, and people who look out for each other, it’s a great place to raise a family. And with a ton of excitement, things to do, culture, and growth potential, it’s a great place for singles. Living in Louisville literally has the best of both worlds.

One of the joys to living in Louisville is that along with everything that it has to offer, it’s still an incredibly affordable city to live in. Based on the national index, Louisville’s cost of living is 7.8 points less than the national average. That’s because across the board, life is cheaper here including everything from groceries to utilities and healthcare. But housing is probably the biggest of all. The median home value in Louisville is $139,400, which is an astounding 23.2 percent lower than the national index.

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