At Arup, our creative spirit compels us to express our creativity in unique ways - engineering, planning, designing, and consulting on many of the most renowned projects in the built environment. We aim to provide technical excellence, innovation, and value to clients, while maintaining our core mission of shaping a better world. We opened our first office over 70 years ago and now employ 16,000 people globally. Since its founding in 1946, members of Arup have developed transformative ways of working. Adapting to the ever-changing environment, our work is focused on ambitiously reimagining a sustainable and resilient future. Arup is rising to these new challenges by bringing together broad-minded individuals from multiple disciplines, investing in research, creating and crafting better solutions for clients and the wider world.
Our New York Office is looking for a Mechanical Engineer to join our Tunneling and Ventilation group. You will work on large-scale infrastructure projects that are both local to the tri-state area and across North America.
In this role, you will be responsible for:
Mechanical engineering with an emphasis on the particular problems of ventilation of subway systems including underground stations and tunnels as well as vehicular tunnels. Analysis of subway networks using Subway Environment Simulation (SES) software Develop CFD modelling techniques to size, evaluate and improve tunnel ventilation strategies for sub surface transit systems. Perform simulations according to the agreed strategy with our clients. Analyze and assess the physical meaning, consistency and accuracy of the CFD results. Create detailed reports of findings. Participate in meetings with our clients to present the results of CFD modeling. Collaborate closely with other CFD modelers, and work with mechanical, architectural and structural teams. Support fire and life safety, tunnel ventilation, and station ventilation design for both normal and emergency conditions. Design of tunnel ventilation systems including fans, sound attenuators, ductwork, dampers, etc. from concept to detailed design. Develop relationship with clients and supporting business development. Coordinating with multiple disciplines and working with project managers to help complete assigned tasks Writing reports for internal and external purposes based on findings Presenting technical material in traditional and innovative ways for review by technical and non-technical audiences Understanding trends and best practices in the Mechanical Engineering and Tunneling Industry Participating in local Professional Associations
The Qualified Professional will have:
Bachelor's degree/Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience using computational fluid dynamics codes and SES software for smoke control and fire modeling Familiarity with CFD codes for building physics applications PE License
Share your passion and experience in a global culture that believes your potential to achieve is endless.
Arup offers an outstanding benefits package including healthcare, 401k match, time off and profit share.
Arup is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment where our people are encouraged to grow.
Associated topics: builder, civil engineer, construction, fluid mechanic, hvac, maintenance, pipe, pipeline, plumbing, turbine
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