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LEO A DALY is a leader in the design of the built environment dedicated to transforming the human experience through the power of design. For more than 100 years, we’ve created places that inspire wonder, connect communities and enable great things. Our creative teams combine planning, architecture, engineering, interiors and program management to deliver truly integrated design.
We are a diverse collection of inventive problem solvers united by a passion for great design.
We own the impact of our work, socially, economically and environmentally. In collaboration with our clients and each other, we create innovative, thoughtful and sustainable solutions to the urgent challenges that face our world.
As a Summer Intern you will perform engineering design, modeling, drafting and detailing tasks in support of the preparation of contract documents under the direct supervision of one or more licensed engineers. Tasks will be in support of architectural and engineering projects related to mechanical design for HVAC, piping system, and controls work.
Summer Interns work as part of a multi-discipline team performing mechanical engineering design during all phases of multiple simultaneous projects. Summer Interns perform assignments under the direct supervision of one or more licensed mechanical engineers and concentrate on specific design or technical documentation tasks that contribute to overall projects. Assignments will include performing design calculations, preparing reports, and producing deliverable drawing sets including site plans, HVAC plans, piping plans, controls diagrams, details, schematics, and schedules.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Assists to design and specify project-appropriate mechanical engineering requirements.
Coordinates designs with the work of Mechanical Specialists.
Performs Revit modeling and detailing
Assists to conduct site investigations and observations.
Assists to prepare narratives, reports, hand and computer calculations, drawing and specification documents in accordance with a high degree of quality, yet with regard to project schedule and budget constraints.
Assists to perform cross-discipline discussions and coordination.
Additional assignments may include attending client and internal meetings, assisting with performing construction contract administration, and assisting with marketing/business development activities.
Must be working towards graduation of ABET-accredited degree in Mechanical Engineering or Architectural Engineering with a mechanical emphasis.
Knowledge and proficiency with computer software including REVIT MEP is a preferred.
Knowledge and proficiency using load, system sizing, and energy modeling software is a plus.
Strong graphic, verbal, and written communication skills and knowledge of other building systems.
Positive attitude and commitment to being an active participant working as part of a multi-discipline team.
Active involvement and demonstrated leadership skills in extracurricular activities on campus and in the community is preferred.