​Senior Architectural Project Manager

USA Properties Fund, Inc. USA Properties Fund, Inc. Diversity Badge Employer:
Roseville, CA, USLocation:
Fri, Nov 6 '20Posted on:

Senior Architectural Project Manager – Roseville, CA

USA Properties is a vertically integrated multifamily development company specializing in Acquisitions, Development, Construction and Property Management. Our portfolio spans of over 85 properties with over 12,000 units.  

This key role is responsible for the Architecture and Engineering necessary for the development of new communities throughout California, Oregon and Nevada from project inception through building permits, providing support as needed to the construction team during construction. You will oversee and direct the design of project architecture and overall composition of the communities USA develops including leading the Architecture and Engineering consultant team on multiple projects.   This includes collaborating with the acquisition team on development opportunities, development entitlement managers on project approvals and project feasibility and the construction team as we build each project.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work with the project teams to set the vision and direction of new high-density multi-family development projects.
  • Direct design consultants on the overall design vision and direction for assigned projects.
  • Oversee and coordinate individual project teams from the point when due diligence is approved, through entitlements, design development and construction documents up until building permits are pulled for each assigned project.  
  • Oversee the preparation of architecture and engineering (A&E) documentation and submittal of planning entitlement applications; act as the liaison to planning staff, consultants, and regulatory agencies during the processing of the entitlements for issues related to A&E.
  • Oversee support staff to aid in successful projects.
  • Coordinate feasibility studies and project development plans, reports and activities with internal and external subject matter experts.
  • Evaluate, understand and monitor current trends in the multi-family industry target markets. This includes attending industry conferences and touring relevant projects in target markets.
  • Continually monitor and evaluate emerging jurisdictional, state or local regulatory and judicial programs, codes and laws related to Architecture and design as well as new construction means and methods related to multifamily development. 
  • Solicit RFP's and negotiate project contracts for consultant services

Education, Skills and Expertise:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in planning, architecture, engineering or equivalent work experience.
  • Ten years in residential real estate, architecture or engineering field preferred with experience spread across all design phases from entitlements through construction documents/construction.
  • Multifamily experience preferred
  • Strong leadership skills, and ability to work in a team environment with proven project delivery.
  • Innovative, creative, detail oriented, and flexible to changing environments.
  • Strong understanding of architectural design, interior design and latest design trends.
  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws pertaining to land use, housing and creative building design.
  • Strong knowledge of various city processes across multiple municipal departments (Building, Planning, Public Works, Fire, etc.) Thorough knowledge of zoning and other land use regulations related to housing with the ability to research requirements related to A&E.
  • Knowledge of AutoCAD, Revit, Sketchup and Bluebeam

Other Requirements, Including Travel:

  • Travel mostly within California with occasional overnight stays may be required.
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