Facility Engineering Associates (FEA) is a growing facility management and engineering consulting firm that specializes in evaluation of facilities and helping our clients manage the life-cycle challenges of their buildings. FEA provides an array of services to assist building owners, managers, and tenants manage their facilities more efficiently. Our services range from management and technology consulting services to facility repair and restoration design, condition assessments, real estate due diligence evaluations, asset management services, and capital needs analyses. Our corporate office is located in Fairfax, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, DC, with additional offices located in Denver, CO, and Santa Rosa, CA. These locations allow us to provide our services to a national client base on a regional or local level. FEA also has traveled around the globe providing engineering and facility management consulting services in over 40 different countries. FEA is an employee-owned company.
FEA is looking for entry-level engineers who can learn to help solve facility problems across a broad range of base building systems including structural, exterior wall, roofing, waterproofing, and parking garage systems. Staff Engineers are exposed to a wide variety of building systems and facility types, and learn how to find ad make recommendations to correct deficiencies with those systems. Responsibilities include assisting in condition assessment, building system evaluation, capital expenditure forecasting, preparation of construction documents and CAD drawings, and construction contract administration. Ability to help prepare proposals, reports, and other deliverables; complete field activates, and interact with clients and industry professionals is expected. Our engineers are offered a challenging environment in which they will gain experience on assessment teams in a wide variety of facility types in diverse climates and environments across the United States and occasionally in one or more of the 40 countries FEA has evaluated building and facility performance.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Civil, Structural, or Architectural Engineering
- Engineer in Training (EIT) certification preferred
Skills and Abilities
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability and willingness to travel
- Ability to function independently as well as within a group