Jacobs Lab Architectural Designer in Boston, Massachusetts
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Working as a Lab Architectural Designer in our Boston, MA office. You’ll report closely to the Group Manager and work closely with the Director of Lab Design, Project Manager and Design/Technical staff to program, plan, design, document and administer the construction of lab projects. You will be part of a team to develop client presentations studies, and reports applying knowledge of lab planning, architectural design, construction detailing, and building codes. You will work collaboratively with other disciplines to create a unified design, preparing drawings and coordinating documents for the Conceptual, Schematic, Design Development and Construction Documents Phase of a project while conforming to budgets and schedules. Conducting periodic on-site observation of design work during construction in Boston area will be required.
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Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s in Architecture from an accredited program
Demonstrated program experience in the usage of Revit, AutoCAD, and Microsoft Office
Able to travel to project sites in the Boston area
Ideally, You’ll Also Have:
Familiarity with building code and lab code requirements.
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