Posted on: November 19, 2023
A globally-renowned architectural firm, celebrated with AIA Awards
and a strong presence across the East and West coasts, is actively
searching for a Project Manager to join their prestigious
Washington DC office. With a legacy spanning several decades, they
have consistently delivered iconic, innovative, and sustainable
designs that transcend conventional boundaries. Their diverse
portfolio encompasses projects ranging from airports and civic
buildings to cultural landmarks, each characterized by a unique
blend of functionality and aesthetics. Fueled by a commitment to
excellence, this firm has garnered numerous awards and accolades,
solidifying its position as an industry leader in visionary
The Project Manager will be leading projects and managing the
design team's roles, responsibilities, and processes, delivering
success and exceeding client expectations. They will be the primary
decision maker, administrator, and interpreter of all aspects of
the project for the fulfillment of contractual obligations. The
successful candidate will ensures the design intent, and the
quality of that design, are fully communicated and coordinated. The
immediate project need is a civic building and infill project
high-rise. Other active projects in the office include museums,
embassies, government, military, and corporate projects.
Review and understand contractual language and accurately apply it
to scope, deliverables, deadlines, coordination, risk, invoicing,
Lead project meetings internally and externally, ensuring required
actions are communicated and taken and an appropriate documentation
level is maintained.
Incorporate client preferences and expectations in design, process,
Track and escalate contractual and financial risk concerns; execute
additional service requests before performing related work.
Present design and technical solutions in collaboration with the
larger design team.
Manage personnel, including internal and consultant resources.
Support communication between clients, vendors, contractors,
consultants, and building and permitting officials.
Report and provide recommendations to drive performance and
Develop and actively maintain project budgets and resource
Approve labor, expenses, consultant invoices, and completion
percentages to ensure accurate invoicing within contractual
requirements, billing cycles, and deadlines.
Understand and review contractor submittals. Evaluate and respond
to RFIs, change orders, and requests for substitution.
Conduct site and fieldwork, including field-measured documentation,
existing facility inventory, and site investigation.
Read, interpret, and organize a set of drawings and drawing sheets,
including the knowledge and ability to implement layer strategies
and use keynotes.
Monitor accounts receivable and support collection efforts.
Direct commencement efforts when projects begin and close-outs when
Be a mentor, oversee the quality of work produced, and elevate each
team member's professional progress.
10-15+ years of architectural work experience, preferably with
large, complex public projects.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Architecture.
Licensed architect required.
Knowledge of standard contract terms and structure.
Strong work ethic and eagerness to produce consistent high-quality
Ability to work independently and as part of a team; builds
professional relationships with internal and external clients.
Effective communication, organization, and interpersonal
Attention to detail and strong problem-solving ability.
Ability to prioritize and multi-task.
High level of standards and professionalism.
Working knowledge of building codes, standards, and facility
Proficient in Microsoft 365, Adobe Creative Suite, and Bluebeam
Revu; knowledge in Revit.
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