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Property Condition Assessor

Seattle, Washington · Architecture/Engineering
 
Property Condition Assessor 


Property Condition Assessor for several locations in the USA
Seattle, New York, Massachusetts, Los Angeles,


Our client is a leader in civil engineering, materials testing and geotechnical consulting services for environmental, industrial and infrastructure construction projects.
 
  •  Perform Property Condition Assessments (PCA) in accordance with ASTM Standard Guide E2018 for various commercial real estate property types including industrial, retail, office, and multi-family residential to support client’s due diligence associated with their real estate transactions.
  • Field assessment of various types of developed facilities to include: a physical walk-through, review of construction and maintenance documentation, review of publicly available permit and inspection documentation, and interviews of on-site management personnel, tenants, service vendors, local government agencies, and other individuals with knowledge about the property.
  •  Prepare/edit a technical Property Condition Report for client; to characterize the physical condition of the facility including appropriate photographic documentation and probable costs to remedy deficiencies and to maintain the facility over a set future term.
  •  Interact with internal staff, clients, and municipal agencies
  •  Assist in developing/maintaining new business by working closely with existing clients and identifying potential new clients
  • Provide leadership, training, mentoring and support to all levels of the organization and serve as a regional PCA subject matter expert.
  • Develop and update proposal, report, plan, and protocol templates for PCA Practice Group, disseminate updates to branch managers and project managers.
  • Provide peer review of deliverables, e.g., reports, proposals, cost estimates and plans for national, regional and local clients.
  • Conduct internal audits of projects to ensure project managers are in conformance with Client's Protocols
  • Assist in developing/maintaining new business by working closely with existing clients and identifying potential new clients
Requirements
  • Registered Professional Engineer, AIA Certification or similar professional accreditation with BS degree in Civil or   Architectural Engineering, Architecture, or Construction Sciences         
  • At least ten years of experience in performing Property Condition or other Facility Assessments.
  • Good understanding of building systems including structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and building envelope.
  • Experience in cost estimating and use of estimating manuals and software.
  • Excellent report writing skills utilizing Microsoft Office.
  • Experience with “Parcel” report writing software is a plus.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Must be willing and able to climb ladders to roofs and negotiate various site conditions.
  • Must be willing and able to undertake airborne and rental-vehicle travel.
  • Occasional, short-duration travel .
  • Valid US Passport is a plus.
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Experience with Building Envelope evaluation is a plus.
  • Experience with construction loan monitoring is a plus.
  • Experience conducted ASTM E1527-13 Phase I Assessments a plus.
  • Experience with asbestos, lead based paint or mold in the built environment a plus.
  • Participate in quarterly conference calls with the Client’s PCA Practice Group to discuss program updates, issues, best practices and regulatory changes/impacts.
  • Implement Client's health and safety policies and procedures as they relate to PCA
  • NOTE: Compensation will be based on years of experience etc. Can be plus or minus of posted amount
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