Job Postings - Beardsley Associates

August 29, 2017 4:02 PM | Anonymous

Sr. Mechanical (HVAC) Engineer

Beardsley Architects + Engineers is seeking a Senior Mechanical Engineer with the ability to provide full design services to our broad range of clients and diverse project types. Candidates must be able to perform and oversee engineering evaluations and analysis, design drawings, technical specifications and cost estimates across all facets of mechanical engineering including HVAC, controls, piping, ductwork, plumbing, fire protection, energy calculations and commissioning.  A strong working knowledge in the application of fluid dynamics, heat transfer, mechanical power systems and digital control systems is required.  Responsibilities include the supervision of HVAC, plumbing and fire protection engineering and design staff. Additionally, experience working with other disciplines including architects, structural, electrical and civil engineers is desired.

Mechanical Engineer I

Beardsley Architects + Engineers, a Central NY A/E firm seeks self-motivated Mechanical Engineer I with Revit experience to join our Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Design Team with a Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in Engineering or an Associate’s degree (A.S.) in Computer Design/Drafting or equivalent experience in Revit design/modeling.  Experience with Revit and AutoCAD software to develop MEP designs is required.  Candidates must be able to prepare clear, complete and accurate Engineering plans and details from rough or detailed sketches, drawing mark-ups or verbal instructions; utilizing knowledge of Engineering drafting practices, CADD technology, building materials, equipment and construction technology.

Check out our website at www.beardsley.com for more information.  Send resumes to jobs@beardsley.com.

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