Foley Buhl Roberts & Associates, Inc. - Careers
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERFoley Buhl Roberts & Associates, Inc. (FBRA) is seeking motivated and ambitious candidates with approximately 2-8 years of experience for a structural engineering position in our Newton MA, Manchester NH, or Portland ME offices. FBRA offers excellent benefits and many opportunities for professional growth.
• Collaborate with team members on the design of new buildings and renovations to existing buildings.
• Provide coordination, planning, and completion of engineering tasks (including, but not limited to, production of engineering documents with computer-aided design, building information modeling, project specifications and written reports).
• Communicate with team members and clients regarding coordination and completion of project requirements.
• Perform analysis and design of structural systems for steel, concrete, masonry and wood buildings of various types and occupancies, using applicable building codes.
• Collaborate with team members during the construction administration phase of projects; reviewing shop drawings/submittals and conducting observational site visits to review the progress of the structural work, followed by observational site visit reports which summarize the progress of the work and note any directives.
• Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in Civil Engineering (structural concentration).
• Strong technical, communication, and writing skills.
• Working knowledge of current industry software, such as RISA 3D, RAM, Revit, AutoCAD, Bluebeam Revu and Microsoft Office.
• 2-8 years of experience in structural engineering-related work.
Please send resumes to:
Posted November 6, 2019
Foley Buhl Roberts & Associates, Inc. offers an exciting and challenging work environment with the potential for rapid professional growth. Interested candidates should be self-motivated, with good communication skills and the ability to multi-task.
FBRA is an equal opportunity employer and offers an excellent salary/benefits package.
PROJECT QUICK LOOK:
The new Woodrow Wilson School replaces an existing school that was undersized and out of date. The new school has 24 classrooms, a cafeteria, and a large gymnasium. The school is also used for community functions.
The new building is constructed of structural steel and open web steel joists for economy and speed of construction. Custom made, long span steel trusses span over the tall cafeteria and gymnasium spaces.