Thorson Baker & Associate Mechanical Engineering (Intern) in Dublin, Ohio
Thorson Baker + Associates, Inc. is a mid-size multi-discipline consulting engineering firm specializing in institutional and commercial building design throughout the United States and Puerto Rico where we help build the future. We design the buildings where we work and play, schools and universities where our children learn, healthcare facilities for our continued well being, elderly living and retirement communities for our senior citizens and the retail and entertainment complexes where we shop and enjoy our leisure. All this is with a concern for sustainability and the future of our environment. Join TBA and help us build the places where we live, learn and work in communities nationwide.
We are located in a class A office building on twelve acres midway between Cleveland and Akron, minutes from four major highways with easy access to surrounding communities and suburbs.
The Cleveland and Akron metropolitan areas boast numerous museums, including a world class art museum, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum, The National Inventors Hall of Fame, the second largest theater district in the nation, universities, internationally recognized hospitals, and numerous other arts, educational and recreational facilities.
Mechanical Engineering Intern
Participate as a team member in the technical development of schematic, design development, construction documents, specifications and construction administration for institutional and commercial building projects.
Mechanical engineering of HVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems for institutional, retail and commercial building projects. Support the mechanical engineering department in preparing calculations and well coordinated, technically sound construction documents that are cost effective, efficient and constructible in a friendly work environment.
Perform engineering calculations including energy, HVAC load, building energy modeling, etc.
Assist in office construction administration including review of shop drawings, respond to RFI’s, and coordinate with contractors, design team, building officials, owner, etc. through the construction phase of the building project.
At least two years complete towards earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering
Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
Efficient in Microsoft Word and Excel
Familiar with AutoCAD
Possess a good work ethic and be efficient in job duties