Careers

CURRENT POSITION OPENINGS

Panzica Building Corporation has successfully practiced architect-led design-build delivery for over six decades, as true pioneers of what is now labeled Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). We call ourselves Design-Build’s Strongest Link for good reason, beginning with the quality of the people forging our project delivery chain. If you’re a highly motivated self-starter, seeking a rare environment where in-house design and construction professionals collaborate daily to create award-winning designs achieving our clients’ needs, schedule and budget, come build a great career with us The Panzica Way.

Project Architect

Project Architect

Accountable to:                       President / Principal Architect

Responsible for:                      Interpreting, organizing, executing and coordinating design projects

FLSA Status:                             Exempt

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned)

  • Communicate, interpret and accurately document the client’s needs in a program format
  • Initiate concepts and alternative solutions through the design process
  • Individually prepare drawings and specifications for development of project solution
  • Certify construction documents when prepared by you or under your direct supervision
  • Coordinate other consulting project professionals and procure all pertinent project data, site information and code requirements necessary to proper execution of the work
  • Lead a design/build team, oversee and coordinate the construction contract process, overall project scheduling and construction administration phase
  • Monitor quality assurance standards, meet budgets and deliver goals for assigned projects
  • Perform periodic field inspections of assigned work in progress and document pertinent observations, prepare punch lists, conduct and participate in meetings as appropriate
  • Assist in the creation of budgets and schedules for new design projects
  • Interact with clients throughout the process to ensure project needs and goals are met

SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Promote marketing efforts by seeking-out and maintaining successful client relationships
  • Share and contribute knowledge and experience to expand growth and development of the firm’s overall design and construction staff
  • Maintain high standards of professionalism with clients, vendors and staff

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Professional Architect or Engineer registration with adequate knowledge of the principles and practices of the profession
  • Good practical knowledge of USA construction technology, building codes and the firm’s design standards, and legally able to work in the USA
  • A basic understanding of AIA contract documents and company contracting methods
  • Verbal and writing skills to communicate effectively with clients and fellow professionals
  • Competency in current AutoCAD and/or Revit, Adobe Acrobat and MS Office programs
  • General knowledge of business, financial, legal and project management matters
  • A professional demeanor fostering respect and confidence from clients, vendors and staff
Architectural Coordinator

Architectural Coordinator

Accountable to:                       President / Principal Architect, Assigned Project Architects

Responsible for:                      Interpreting, organizing, executing and coordinating design projects

FLSA Status:                             Exempt (full-time) / Non-Exempt (part-time)

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned)

  • Assist Project Architect(s) in producing schematic design, design development and construction documents for review
  • Assist with contracts administration
  • Initiate concepts and alternative solutions through the design process
  • Under supervision prepare drawings and specifications for development of project solution
  • Assist in coordinating other consulting project professionals and procure all pertinent project data, site info and code requirements necessary to proper execution of the work
  • Assist Project Architect(s) to oversee and coordinate the construction contract process, overall project scheduling and construction administration phase
  • Monitor quality assurance standards, meet budgets and deliver goals for assigned projects
  • Assist in periodic field inspections of assigned work in progress and document pertinent observations, prepare punch lists, and participate in meetings as appropriate
  • Assist in the creation of budgets and schedules for new design projects
  • Interact with clients throughout the process to ensure project needs and goals are met

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Architectural degree required, with 0-5 years’ experience
  • Good practical knowledge of USA construction technology, building codes and the firm’s design standards, and legally able to work in the USA
  • Highly motivated, having the ability to organize and carry out tasks with little supervision
  • Verbal and writing skills to communicate effectively with clients and fellow professionals
  • Competency in current AutoCAD and/or Revit, Adobe Acrobat and MS Office programs
  • General knowledge of business, financial, legal and project management matters
  • A professional demeanor fostering respect and confidence from clients, vendors and staff
Project Superintendent

Project Superintendent

Accountable to:                       Executive Vice President / Assigned Project Manager

Responsible for:                      All types of new building construction/remodeling projects

FLSA Status:                             Exempt

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned)

  • Project field mobilization and start-up; open and close the jobsite daily
  • Daily supervision, prioritization, and coordination of trades and Owner’s forces to best achieve the project schedule; lead regular trade coordination and safety meetings
  • Interact with the company’s project management software systems (training provided)
  • Complete a daily digital log of all site activities, weather and significant events
  • Be present at the site whenever subcontracted trades are performing work
  • Perform basic building and site layout and verify field engineering performed by others
  • Enforce field compliance with the company Safety Program and other relevant policies
  • Verify field work compliance with the project contract documents
  • Coordinate required building permits and inspections and verify code compliance
  • Manage and coordinate field work orders and send all documentation to Project Manager
  • Perform quality assurance inspections and photo documentation on an ongoing basis
  • Continuously prepare accurate “as-built” plans and contract documents
  • Coordinate of final project cleaning for turnover to Owner
  • Preparation of punch lists with follow-up coordination
  • Warranty follow-up

SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Light labor or carpentry duties when necessary to promote the progress of the work
  • Take-off, cost and procure construction materials when furnished by Panzica
  • Retain all bills of lading for materials delivered to Panzica and forward to Project Manager
  • Relocate, setup, and maintain field office trailer including daily cleaning
  • Assist in jurisdictional disputes and negotiations as required on union projects
  • Assist Project Architect and Project Manager as necessary to resolve design problems or discrepancies encountered in the field

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A minimum 2-year Associate’s degree from an accredited institution, or equivalent
  • A thorough knowledge of construction procedures, materials and methods
  • An ability to read and interpret construction documents, drawings and details
  • A basic knowledge of applicable building codes
  • The flexibility to travel or relocate short-term to a project’s location