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Lead Mechanical Engineer – Arlington, VA


Arlington, Virginia
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  • Mechanical Engineering - Project Management
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Little is seeking a Lead Mechanical Engineer with a positive, collaborative work style to join our Arlington, VA office.  As the first Mechanical Engineer in the Arlington office, this is a unique leadership opportunity to partner with the National Director of Engineering and the Office President to build a mechanical team in the office.


Proven experience should include most of the following project types: financial services, office, interior renovation, civic, education, high tech/R&D, mission critical/data centers, and healthcare. 


Position responsibilities:

  • Using your passion for innovative design, problem-solving, and critical thinking
  • Leading strong client relationships
  • Generating and evaluating design options from the earliest stages of a project
  • Overseeing and performing project work in all phases
  • Providing drawing coordination and technical oversight for project activities with clients, staff, and consultants
  • Performing site observations, reviewing shop drawings and material submittals and other related construction administration tasks
  • Mentoring staff
  • Participating in project pursuits and/or interviews


Candidates will have some or all of the following Qualifications:

  • Registered Mechanical Engineer, willing to become registered in additional states (NCEES Record a plus)
  • Minimum 7-10 years of professional experience in the design of HVAC, plumbing, fire suppression, and controls systems
  • Proficiency with Revit and AutoCAD
  • Proficiency with Energy Modeling (TRACE, HAP, IES, etc)
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Knowledge of building, energy, and mechanical/plumbing codes to generate construction documents
  • Proven CA experience, including successful field engineering to resolve conflicts and issues
  • Ability to perform assessments of existing buildings
  • Experience with LEED Certified Projects and passion for Sustainability (LEED Accredited a plus)


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