Energy Services Estimator

Summary

Responsible for maintaining database of cutting edge products and technologies to prepare competitive job estimates by interpreting drawings / bid documents and to perform take offs for labor, equipment, materials and various other functions.

Role Description

  • Read, understand and interpret drawings and specifications
  • Solicit quotes from subcontractors and suppliers prepare estimate for formal review with leadership and project teams
  • Prepare rough schedule of project based on certain constructability details and lead times
  • Review estimated productions with development team to finalize proposals and bids
  • Advise INF team in identifying and scoping efficiency improvements and cost control strategies to improve project design.
  • Ensure on-time delivery of high quality, detailed, error-free products
  • Provide feedback to team for client presentations, meetings, and discussions to develop a sound solution meeting the owner’s requirements with facility manager to ensure completeness of audit, reviews and submits data in a timely manner using provided application.

Technical Expertise

  • Knowledge of energy-efficient lighting and retrofit principles, lighting controls, mechanical equipment, and other energy efficient equipment
  • Knowledge of utility incentive programs and equipment qualification requirements
  • Knowledge of energy codes and NYC local laws

Collaboration

  • Collaborate with INF teams to deliver cohesive solutions
  • Provide coaching/mentoring to team members and other consultants
  • Develop new tools and techniques to improve existing work process and products
  • Support Sales and development of new business pursuits
  • Monitor industry trends and evaluate cutting edge technologies and services for potential client application

Skills & Experience Requirements

  • 3+ years of direct experience in facilities engineering and construction (energy industry preferred), and in the following areas:
      • Facilities: Facility operations and management, building systems and equipment, controls technologies, water conservation technologies
      • Capital Improvement Projects: Lighting and advanced controls, mechanical, chilled water plants, boiler/steam plants
      • Metering and Analysis: Auditing and data collection, utility consumption, hours of operations, load profiles
      • Renewable Energy/Distributed Energy Resources: solar planning/installation/management, CHP, battery storage, ownership models
  • Ability to read, understand, and interpret plans and specifications
  • Strong aptitude in facility construction means and methods, and various regulatory requirements
  • Strong aptitude in estimating crews and production
  • Willing to travel to attend pre-bids and bid walks
  • Knowledge of capital project installation processes, tools, and equipment
  • Excellent communication skills (written and spoken)
  • Experience working in cross functional teams, diverse organizations, and managing complex projects and programs
  • Demonstrate passion, drive and commitment to overcome challenges and achieve excellent results in alignment with company’s mission, vision and values.
  • Must be able to work as part of a team and stay involved with projects from start to finish
  • Detail-oriented, organized, and focused time management
  • Ability to work autonomously and be a “self starter”
  • Skilled in using MS Excel, MS Word and MS PowerPoint
  • Ability to work under tight timelines and schedules
 

To apply:

If you are interested in joining INF Associates, please email us your resume, references, and qualifications at careers@infassociates.com and we will contact you if we feel you are a good fit.