Scope of Job:
The Senior Landscape Architect leads landscape design projects of all types such as public realm plazas, parks and streets, hotel and hospitality, commercial, industrial and residential complexes. The Sr. Landscape Architect will act as “Project Leader” and is responsible for interacting with a multi-disciplinary project teams to deliver landscape projects.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Manage and lead multiple concurrent landscape design projects of varying degree of complexity, size & value, coordinating all stages and aspects of a project.
- Organises day-to-day design, production, documentation works and coordinates the administration of the projects to ensure successful completion of projects as per project brief, timelines and budget.
- Manages multidisciplinary project teams of Landscape Architects, Architects, CAD/BIM designers, engineers and specialist support teams to ensure deliverables are completed in accordance with technical and financial terms of the project contract and to client’s satisfaction.
Other Job Requirements and Experiences:
- University Degree – B. Arch. or equivalent - in landscape architecture or architecture
- Good understanding of other related design, engineering and construction disciplines; Ability to review project work performed by other engineers/disciplines including computations, quantities, costs, accuracy of specs, completeness, constructability.
- Hands-on software skills including use of BIM (Revit), Adobe Creative Suite; Sketch-Up, latest design tools and technologies and MS Office.
- Good working knowledge of horticulture and environmental & life sciences, as well as materials, equipment, technologies and workmanship relevant to landscape construction projects; staying abreast of latest related developments as they relate to landscape design projects.
CMLI or equivalent (preferred)
Years of Experience:
- Minimum of 7 years relevant work experience on sizable landscape design projects of which at east 3 years in a landscape architecture practice.
- Experience in using BIM related technologies (such as REVIT) in landscape architecture would be a significant advantage