- Champaign, Illinois; Waukesha or Madison, Wisconsin
- Perform work as a mechanical engineer in all aspects of project development, including client coordination, pre-design services, final design services, meetings, site visits, and project management.
- Conduct existing conditions surveys and prepare PFDs, P&IDs, layouts, sections, elevations, and details as appropriate to document relevant conditions.
- Conceptualize the initial process, mechanical, and plumbing design approach for projects, having overall responsibility for the engineering and/or design work related to process, mechanical and plumbing systems, and code requirements.
- Coordinate, design, and schedule with other disciplines, such as architectural, structural, electrical, and controls to resolve a variety of complex problems (i.e., conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials, difficult coordination requirements).
- Organize and prepare process, mechanical, and plumbing construction drawings (PFDs, P&IDs, layouts, sections, elevations, and details as appropriate), technical specifications, contract documents, and estimates.
- Develop engineering solutions and designs, cost estimates, bill of materials, and schedules for projects.
- Have knowledge of applicable codes and standards related to mechanical, piping, and plumbing systems.
- Participate in contract bidding process, prepare and issue responses to contractor requests for information, and prepare and issue bulletin and change order documentation.
- Provide field engineering and construction services, such as shop drawing review and on-site observation.
Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.
Areas of Focus:
- Chilled Water, Refrigeration, & Ammonia Systems
- Compressed Air Systems
- Plumbing & Fire Protection
- Boiler & Steam / Hot Water Distribution Systems
- Heating, Ventilation, & Air-Conditioning Systems
- Water / Wastewater Systems
- Process Design, PFD, P&ID
- Equipment Specification, Evaluation, & Selection
- Utility Piping / Equipment Connections
- Power Generation / Cogeneration
- Life Cycle Cost Analysis & Energy Modeling
Education: 4-year mechanical engineering bachelor’s degree required. Being licensed as a Professional Engineer is highly preferred, but not required.
Experience: 5-10+ years of experience working as a mechanical engineer in a MEP design and consulting firm. Experience with AutoCAD, Revit, and HVAC design is highly preferred.
Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience and a full benefits package, including holiday, vacation, health insurance, disability, and life insurance, 401K.