Certis Solutions is seeking a qualified ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT ENGINEER with the following background:
The Architectural Project Engineer is a key player in developing, coordinating, and overseeing architectural projects within a semiconductor manufacturing facility. This role involves translating operational needs into architectural solutions, encompassing new constructions, facility expansions, and interior renovations to support the facility's evolving requirements. The Architectural Project Engineer collaborates with cross-disciplinary teams, including structural engineers, facility managers, and construction teams, to ensure projects are executed with functional, aesthetic, and sustainable design principles.
Must Have Qualifications
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Architecture or a related field, with a thorough understanding of architectural principles and practices.
- At least 3 years of experience in architectural design and project coordination, preferably in industrial or high-tech facilities, including experience with cleanroom environments.
- Semiconductor, Life Science, Clean Room, Mission Critical experience a plus.
Top Skills / Key Job Responsibilities
- Lead the architectural design process for facility projects, from initial concept through completion, ensuring alignment with semiconductor manufacturing needs and operational efficiency.
- Conduct site evaluations, feasibility studies, and space planning exercises to develop project scopes and design proposals.
- Coordinate with engineering disciplines, project management, and construction teams to integrate architectural designs with structural, mechanical, and electrical systems.
- Manage project documentation, including drawings, specifications, and construction documents, ensuring clarity, accuracy, and compliance with industry standards.
- Serve as a liaison between project stakeholders, including facility operations, construction teams, and external consultants, to facilitate communication and project alignment.
- Oversee the architectural aspects of construction projects, providing guidance on design intent, materials selection, and quality standards.