The Rundown: A design coordinator sees the importance of balancing both the design and technical language of LPA’s solutions to create integrated successful projects for their clients.
Key Goals and Objectives of this role: Partner with the project designer to thoughtfully evolve the ideation concept into written and verbal construction drawing packages that communicate the solution to the contractor and client.
- Broad knowledge and experience in: constructed commercial interior design environments of varying size and scope, developed and managed a quality set of construction documents, creative planning solutions, experience in specialized project types such as labs, sound rooms, theaters, etc., detailing solutions meet design intent, sustainable materials and rating systems, construction administration experience representing LPA and the content of the documents.
- Above average skills in: Verbal communication, Microsoft portfolio including powerpoint, Revit, Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator, LEED documentation
- Excellent skills in: Organization, relentless pursuit of quality documentation, passion for thinking things thru, creative detailing, mentorship with other teammates.
- Demonstrated ability to: ensure compliance of pricing plans with construction documents that meet design intent, research code related issues, generate wall types, door schedules and ceiling details.
- General knowledge of: related disciplines including electrical, mechanical and plumbing requirements and what information they need at what time in the process, project fees and budgets time allocation for tasks. : CBC Code including ADA, Plumbing Counts and exiting diagrams, custom millwork detailing
Education and Experience:
- Degree Requirements: 4 year bachelor interior design
- Years of Experience: 6 -15 years of interiors experience, with the majority in education projects
Desired Certifications: Obtained C.I.D. and LEED AP, NCIDQ is a plus.
Contact Alex Figge, firstname.lastname@example.org