At Parsons, we are involved with planning, designing, assessing and constructing buildings all over the country. We enjoy our work and relish the opportunity to find innovative ways to solve our customers' toughest challenges. Balancing the budgetary, technical, and aesthetic concerns associated with planning, designing, and managing the construction of sustainable buildings is one of our specialties! We are now looking for Facilities Assessors to join our team, to support our clients' capital improvement planning and facility master planning. With your expertise, you can assist customers achieve these goals, by performing routine facility evaluations on internal and external structures, HVAC equipment and systems, site utilities, landscape and building aesthetics, sidewalks, foundations and pavement.
Our Facilities Assessors may provide architectural/civil facility condition assessments, mechanical, electrical and plumbing assessments and aesthetic assessments, report on their findings and perform cost estimates for clients for recommended improvements.
NOTE: Candidates can work out of Parsons offices in Houston and other locations but will travel 40-50% of the time to client locations to perform assessments. Travel/expenses are covered during this travel.
Proficiency in locating, evaluating, and reporting on the current conditions of major building systems and their individual components.
May provide independent, professional recommendations for remaining service life and recommend repair or replacement actions for deficient conditions.
Conducts inventory of building components and identifies deficient conditions for a variety of building types.
May recommend corrective actions for associated deficient conditions in sufficient detail to support cost estimates.
Provides written narrative descriptions about the general condition of systems.
Provides quality control for field surveys, data input and report output.
Communicates with management team on schedule and project status.
Assists with the development of assessment findings report.
Completes data forms utilizing the UNIFORMAT II Classification standards.
Reviews and interprets drawings.
Capable of performing as a field team leader.
The Mechanical/Electrical Assessor must remain current in MEP building trades, including current standards and terminology. The Architectural/Civil Assessor must recognize issues relating to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and if they should or should not be included in field data collection, and recognize issues relating to the life safety code, and if they should or should not be included in field data collection.