HEINTGES IS INTERVIEWING FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:
Heintges is an award-winning firm of 40 architects and engineers committed to the realization of innovative building enclosures which meet the highest levels of sustainability and performance. We maintain a broad portfolio of impactful projects worldwide including art museums, cultural centers, academic and government buildings, and supertall towers. Our work is guided by a shared commitment to quality, as our talented professionals collaborate with clients and contractors to deliver exemplary projects. Our firm is a certified WBE and diversity, equity, and inclusion are fundamental for us. We support social justice work and engage in expanding access to the professions of architecture and engineering.
At Heintges we are focused on cultivating a supportive office environment of positivity, respect, professionalism, free sharing of information, and good work-life balance. Our office culture embraces these values as the best way to develop unique technical expertise and longevity in our colleagues. Direct support and personal mentorship by senior staff allow our employees to approach challenges with confidence. As a result, our clients benefit not only from our deep knowledge and experience, but also our thoughtful approach to problem solving in difficult situations which arise during design and construction.
Our New York office has an exciting opportunity for an architect or engineer, with 5+ years of experience in the design and construction of the building envelope. The individual will work closely with Principals and senior staff to manage project teams in the development, detailing and analysis of a variety of façade and waterproofing systems while interfacing directly with the client, external design team, consultants and construction teams during all project phases.
- Graduate degree in Architecture or Civil Engineering
- Commensurate knowledge of enclosure design over a range of system types
- Experience with building science analytics a plus
- Experience working in the field, observing installation on construction sites
- Confident oral communication, presentation, writing, and interpersonal skills
- Proficient with AutoCAD, Revit, and 3D visualization software
- Authorization to work in U.S.