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Mechanical Engineer - 1626793
Charlotte, NC
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Perform and review detailed load calculations utilizing Trane Trace 700 and interpret the results. Perform life-cycle cost analysis among system alternatives to determine the energy impacts of each and assist in system selection. Perform job site inspections and field reports.


Develop, negotiate and maintain engineering scope for projects. Develop HVAC documents including, but not limited to duct sizing & routing, air distribution selection, pipe sizing & routing. Develop Plumbing documents, including but not limited to, sanitary and vent sizing, domestic cold water and hot water sizing, and pipe routings.


Prioritize the workload to identify and complete critical path items on time consistent with the job schedule. Effectively and personally organize your work team.


Review and produce written specifications and sequences of operation. Identify and meet our commitments to the customer (owners, general contractors, etc.), design/construction team members (architects, electrical engineers, other trade contractors, etc.), and internal customers.


Work with Operations Team to align construction budgets with engineering scope.


Provide input and technical guidance to Revit designers/drafters and mechanical engineers.

A minimum of 5 years of experience in the commercial/industrial HVAC field. A minimum of 5 years of experience in the design and development of mechanical and plumbing system layouts and/or responsibility for project management for these systems. Experience with Trane Trace 700 load and energy modeling software. Must have basic PC experience in Windows environments, working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail, Web-enabled applications, and database software.


Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Preferably Mechanical Engineering). Proficient with MS Office and a general understanding of AutoCAD.


Registered Professional Engineer. Must have a professional appearance.


Understanding of costs of mechanical systems and installation.


No or very limited exposure to physical risk.


Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office environment.

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