The Corps of Engineers provides worldwide design services in support of Military and Civil construction projects. Baltimore District has a diverse workload covering Maryland, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, and northern Virginia. We are recruiting for an Architect that will be responsible for preparing and reviewing complete architectural plans and specifications for new construction, renovation, and rehabilitation of a variety of military and civil works projects. Assignments include: (a) new construction of such structures as the multistory office buildings, medical facilities, maintenance shops, manufacturing facilities, and training facilities and renovation/new construction of historic structures primarily at Ft. Myer, Ft. McNair and Ft. Belvoir; (b) encompass building or project sites within a multi-state region with diverse climatic, geographic, and environmental conditions; and (c) involve a combination of many and varied complex features per assignment. The applicant must have excellent communication skills and is capable of establishing and maintaining liaison with architect-engineers, using agencies, design engineers reviewing other portions of a project, and construction engineers involved in an assigned project. As a technical expert must be able to render advice and opinions on the integration of esthetic features with the design of the whole structure. Please see the referenced website for application and further details.
About US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District
The Baltimore District has a robust, multi-state and multi-installation military construction program. We have many ongoing projects with more planned for award and groundbreaking. The District supports our service members through a military design, engineering and construction management program for 15 military installations in Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Facility projects include design and construction of administrative spaces, medical and laboratory facilities, training facilities, childcare centers, and barracks. Overall, the District delivers Architect-Engineer-Construction and Program and Project Management services across the life cycle of these facilities. We provide our military stakeholders with quality facilities that meet mission needs and are in compliance with laws, regulations, budgets and local permitting requirements. In addition, our projects are often technically complex and both high-value and highly visible.
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