Structural PM - High Rise Leader

Location Dallas
Salary: 120000 to 125000
Contact name: Caleb Lahue

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Job ref: 666
Published: about 1 year ago

The Commercial Practice Leader will lead the clients efforts to grow their commercial practice for the design of high-rise buildings, corporate campuses, and other commercial development opportunities in multi-family, office, mixed-use, retail, and other private-sector project types. Your role is first and foremost as an engineer, but you will also have a big role in business development by delivering excellent work and by intentionally building strong relationships.

• Grow: Expand client base and project experience in the commercial and private development arena in DFW and throughout Texas
• Build: Develop strong relationships and trust with architect and owner clients, as well as contractors, engineers, and other peers in our marketplace
• Design: Apply experience in the structural design of commercial projects to lead our project teams in the creative and technical design & documentation of our work
• Manage: Perform the duties of a Senior Project Manager for your projects
• Share: Share what you learn and what you know to benefit others in the firm, serving as a subject matter expert/ resource
• Develop: Continue to grow in your career as an engineer and a professional

The Commercial Practice Leader will have a strong background in the structural design of tall buildings in our markets, who knows the key players and is recognized as a strong, capable structural engineer. You are a special kind of engineer who is technically strong, communicates well, and builds rapport and trust with both clients and staff.

• 15+ years’ experience in the design of vertical structures, including at least 8 years in the design of tall buildings
• Professional licensure for structural engineering (PE or SE)
• Expertise in the design of high-rise structures, including lateral systems, floor systems, materials and construction approaches, and programmatic/project type
• Understanding of architectural programming and design concepts native to these project types
• Experience leading design teams
• Experience in business development, including existing relationships relevant to this role
• Strong relational skills and a high EQ (emotional intelligence quotient) • Strong verbal and written communication skills