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William Pevear Architects, Inc. William Pevear Architects, Inc. Diversity Badge Employer:
Cambridge, MA, USLocation:
Thu, Apr 7 '22Posted on:
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WPA is a growing design-focused collaboration located in Central Square, Cambridge. We are seeking a talented and driven Licensed Architect in good standing with 5-10 years of post-graduate professional experience for full time salary position.

We are a fast growing, dynamic studio that enjoys and relies on the collaborative efforts of each member of the firm.   Architect responsibilities include managing and overseeing project design and construction process ranging from RFQs and RFPs, to all phases of design and documentation through construction administration.

Responsibilities will include:

Lead project organization including fee and proposal submissions, internal management of project and deliverable schedules and lead design studies and detailing from concept design through construction documentation.

Lead client meetings, organize and set up project teams and lead engineering and consultant coordination.  Effective communication skills are a must.

Investigation and implementation of standards and codes for projects and participate in jurisdictional review as required.

Lead Construction Administration efforts including Bid process for Federal and State funded projects, RFI responses, submittal, shop drawing and mock-up reviews, site observations and reports, payment applications and project close out documentation.

Our work is wide ranging from healthcare and research/laboratories to high end residential and installations.  We work on complex program typologies for multiple Private and Public sector clients, and we are currently working on a number of large healthcare and laboratory projects in New England.   Experience in Revit and Adobe products is preferred but is not a requirement, however, a collaborative-minded, positive and enthusiastic attitude is a must.

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