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Architecture Project Manager - Multifamily/Retail/Hospitality

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    $85,000 - $90,000
An Orlando architecture and interior design firm that specializes in a wide range of design services such as commercial, executive offices, mixed-use high rise, multi-family and interiors is enthusiastically seeking a licensed Architect to join their team as a Project Manager to fulfill the following responsibilities for various projects, typical multiple projects at the same time. 

Concept Phase:
  • Proposal writing and fee tabulations with consultants.
  • Zoning code research (as needed)
  • Site concept plans for site feasibility (unit count/mix, building configurations, parking counts/layout)
  • Civil / landscape coordination
  • Coordinate design/elevations/3D/renderings (if needed for this phase)
  • Coordinate and provide submittal items needed for discretionary submissions and approvals (as needed)
  • Attend discretionary review meetings (as needed)
SD/DD/CD Phases:
  • Full scope proposal/contract
  • Implement work plan that involves hours and schedule planning with staff
  • Coordinate schedule & fees with consultants
  • Seek client input on design criteria
  • Guide and manage design process and deliverables
  • Create and coordinate detailed Revit model(s) from concept model/layout or previous project
  • Check Revit model for consistency and accuracy
  • Implement/coordinate design with project team and client
  • Unit plan design and coordination with client
  • Building code/life safety code requirements
  • Select/provide UL details for rated assemblies & firestops
  • Consultant coordination (MEP/S, ID, LA, low voltage)
  • Manage production of CD’s and project team
  • Coordination and prelim review of submissions
  • Coordination and implementation of client, third party & company QC comments
  • Client coordination, attend weekly/bi-weekly design coordination calls/virtual meetings/in-person meetings (as needed)
  • Specification book
  • Coordinate with third party renderer (as needed)
  • Coordination of invoicing and confirmation project is on budget and schedule
  • Confirm submittal requirements
  • Prepare permit submittal package (all plans & documents)
  • Submit permits (online or in person per requirements)
  • Confirm fees due (initial & final)
  • Track permit status and give weekly updates to client
  • Obtain plan review comments, coordinate with reviewers as needed and manage team to address comments
  • Provide comment response letters/revision narratives and supporting documents
  • Resubmittals to address comments
  • Response to questions from bidders (as needed)
  • Review VE options for viability
  • Update plans for owner accepted VE items
  • Provide add service fees for appropriate changes
  • Review GMP current drawing and document list for accuracy
Construction Admin:
  • Provide “For Construction” set to GC
  • Provide CAD exports/file sharing with GC/subs (as needed)
  • Respond to RFI’s and submittals in support of CA staff
  • Revise and coordinate consultant plan changes required during construction
  • Issue ASI/Submission for revisions when needed with revision narrative
  • Attend OAC calls/meetings (as needed)
  • Perform monthly site visits/pay app reviews (as needed)
  • Generate field reports for site visits as needed
  • Issue substantial completion form
Education & Qualifications:
  • Have an accredited B.Arch or M.Arch degree (advanced degree preferred; exceptional candidates exhibiting equal skills will be considered).
  • Pursuing or currently hold (Florida) registration.
  • A minimum of 5+years related experience.
  • Mastery of Revit, Word, Excel is necessary. AutoCAD is optional.
  • Knowledge of other graphics and business software would be helpful.
  • Applicant must be experienced in the development of full sets of architectural construction documents using Revit.
  • A full understanding how buildings go together.
  • Be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
  • Be capable of being involved in multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Be resourceful and able to resolve issues.
  • Be reliable and well-organized.
  • Currently living/willing to move to the Central Florida area, and are legally able to work in the United States.

Compensation & Benefits:

  • $85,000-$90,000 depending on experience. Exact compensation may vary and has potential to increase depending on client. 
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