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Aspiring Facade Specialist

Heintges & Associates Heintges & Associates Employer:
New York, NY, USLocation:
Tue, Sep 12 '17Posted on:

Heintges & Associates is a professional firm of architects and engineers dedicated exclusively to the design and realization of building enclosures as envisioned by the world’s most renowned architects. From concept through on-site implementation, each member of our team is mentored in all aspects of developing these ambitious designs. Through immersion in the art, science, and engineering of building envelopes, Heintges professionals are trained to be experts in this most visible part of a project.  We maintain a broad portfolio of diverse projects worldwide from art installations to cultural centers and supertall towers.

We are a teaching office where experiences are shared in an open environment, encouraging both individual and firm-wide development. Regardless of position, we are proud that every individual contributes to our warm and supportive culture with curiosity, openness, and rigor. We are looking for a candidate whose professional experience in architecture or engineering has sparked a desire to pursue expertise in facades. Qualifications include:  

  • Keen interest in facades systems and building envelope materials.
  • Some professional experience a plus.
  • Excellent communication, drawing, writing, listening/interpreting, and interpersonal skills.
  • Detail oriented, patient, and flexible.
  • Confident communicating through hand sketches and computer drafting.
  • Strong knowledge of AutoCAD and Revit.
  • Willing to work outside, observing installation on construction sites.
  • Interest in occasional domestic and international travel.
  • Professional degree in architecture or engineering (structural, architectural, or civil).
  • U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident Alien.
  • Interested candidates only (no recruiters).

Please email your resume and cover letter to careers@heintges.com

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