The successful candidate will be placed within the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) at the United States Military Academy (USMA) to augment the staff working there. Given that the USMA is much like a large civilian university, with many residential dormitories (barracks), academic training facilities, laboratories, fitness and recreation facilities, the successful candidate must have experience working on large campuses in facility master planning and/or design roles.
The selected Architect/Campus Planner will be assisting in charrette participation, schematic reviews, design reviews, and campus master planning efforts. He or she will be reviewing A/E designs for compliance with USMA Master plan, DPW's Engineering Planning Standard (EPS), and all other federal and state regulations and codes, including USDOI standards for historic preservation and SHPO consultation.
Services will be obtained by the government via an initial short (~ 4-month) task order followed by another 6-month base task order and 6-month option task order the government may exercise.
This will be the same FTE contract as the existing (4) contractors.
An architect with experience possibly in university facility design.
Would prefer to have a licensed architect with minimum 5-7 years' experience.
If you have resumes for AICP would love to see them.
The successful candidate will be accountable to Crawford’s supervisor in East Pittsburgh as well as key DPW personnel at West Point.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The successful candidate must be flexible to assist with the large construction programs underway at the USMA including the Cadet Barracks Upgrade Program (CBUP), Academic Buildings Upgrade Program (ABUP), energy management and conservation projects, and other facility and infrastructure projects. Primary responsibilities include: assisting in charrette participation, schematic reviews, design reviews, and campus master planning efforts. He or she will be reviewing A/E designs for compliance with USMA Master plan, DPW's Engineering Planning Standard (EPS), and all other federal and state regulations and codes, including USDOI standards for historic preservation and SHPO consultation.
Much of the USMA is hilly and construction sites will need to be accessed. No heavy lifting should be required, but long periods of standing or sitting could be required. Climbing of ladders to access systems or rooftops may be required.
Education and/or Experience:
The “perfect” candidate would be a registered architect with an additional certification from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).
Bachelor’s Degree is required.
Major: Architecture or Architectural Engineering.
5 to 7 years experience required.
Special focus area: Architecture with additional specialization in higher education, campus planning, master planning, or historic architecture.
Certifications / Licenses / Registrations:
Registered Architect (R.A.) is preferred.
AICP is preferred.
General Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The successful candidate must be flexible to change focus rapidly to different facility types, varying project requirements, and varying turn-around times. Demonstrated experience with large higher education campuses and facilities is very desirable. Prior experience working on DoD or Federal facilities also is highly desirable.
Crawford Consulting Services, an equal opportunity employer, is a woman-owned small business that provides full service construction consulting services for commercial, federal government agencies and private sector organizations on a worldwide basis. We build dynamic teams dedicated to excellence and the pursuit of success. At Crawford, we offer a competitive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance, flexible spending plan, life insurance, short/long-term disability and 401K savings plan with company match.
Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Contract