Reports to the Design Services Manager. The Architect or Engineer will perform Access Compliance Inspections and Audits. This is a full time position supporting a single major client's ADA and CBC compliance goals. This job requires travel and field work to be done inside prisons within the state of California. This positons will lead to CASp certification.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Coordinate with Management for access compliance field inspections of multiple ongoing construction projects at specific set locations across Northern California for a large assigned single client
Prepare and issue access compliance field inspection reports following client templates
Assemble access compliance surveys for execution which include planning, supporting project delivery methods, scheduling, and budgeting
Perform access compliance design review of various phases of construction documents for conformance with access compliance codes, standards, regulations, and client requirements unique to project type
Perform access compliance review of construction phase submittal documents such as Construction Bulletins, Requests for Information, and Contractor Submittals
Provide technical Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California Building Codes (CBC) access compliance support for new construction, addition, and Tenant Improvement projects
Support and participate in the development and execution of access compliance program objectives
Work to be performed under the supervision (often virtual) of the Design Services Manager
Travel to multiple locations throughout Northern California for single of multi-day trips


Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, or Architecture is required
5 or more of experience in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction industry is required
Licensed Architect (any state) or Professional Engineer (PE) in California strongly preferred
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision is required
Registered with California DSA as a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) is preferred
Strong working knowledge of ADA Title II and Title 24 California Building Codes is preferred
Ability to travel often within Northern California is required
Prior experience with Construction (Contract) Administration is strongly preferred
Experience with corrections/prison environment and accessibility design is preferred

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