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Posted: 03/21/2016

Keast & Hood Structural Engineers

Keast & Hood is a structural engineering firm founded in 1953 with offices in Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Charlottesville, Virginia. In addition to complex new structural engineering projects, the firm is a nationally recognized leader in building diagnostics and historic preservation. Keast & Hood’s recently established Charlottesville office is growing and seeking candidates to fill a new Structural Designer / Engineer position.

Structural Designer/Engineer
Professional Opportunity
Charlottesville, VA
Bases upon experience


The ideal candidate will have 4-5 years of experience and have recently earned a PE registration; candidates with 3 years of experience who are eligible for the PE exam in the next year will be considered.


Applicants must possess strong experience in the structural design and analysis of concrete, steel, wood, and masonry as well as working knowledge of Revit/AutoCAD.  Strong verbal and written communication abilities are required.  Interest and experience in both historic preservation and business development are preferred.


Duties will include: structural engineering analysis, design, and detailing for new construction, building renovations, and historic preservation; Revit/CAD documentation; coordination with architectural and other clients; existing/historic building surveys, assessments, and reports; and various other tasks.


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How to apply
Please submit cover letter and resume via email to charlottesville@keasthood.com. For additional information, visit our website at www.keasthood.com. No calls please.

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