Process Piping Mechanical Designer

Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID
Regular Full-Time


At Page/Imes, we promise design that makes lives better. We’re actively seeking talented people to join an empowered employee environment. With offices in Austin, Dallas, Phoenix, Denver, Dubai, Houston, Mexico City, San Francisco and Washington DC, Page/Imes provides architecture, engineering, interiors and consulting services on large, complex projects around the world. We have an immediate opening for a Process Piping Mechanical Designer in our Northwest Austin office.


This person will be responsible for design and construction administration activities as part of a team of engineers and designers.

  • Develop process piping and mechanical designs from concept through construction including developing equipment layouts for process and mechanical facility systems;
  • Design in both 2D and 3D including equipment arrangement, P&IDs, pipe routing, sections, and details;
  • Check and correct drawings and associated project paperwork as required;
  • Work closely with project team to ensure that the drawings convey the correct information and are accurate;
  • Travel, both domestic and international, may be required;
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Minimum of five years’ experience in piping design for process or mechanical systems in semiconductor, oil and gas, petrochemical, or pharmaceutical industries;
  • 10 years of experience working in consulting engineering as a process or mechanical designer;
  • Experience in gas and chemical systems, mechanical piping layout and design, process piping, process exhaust, space management, plumbing and fire protection, and HVAC ductwork layout and design;
  • Minimum of two years’ experience with 3D/BIM platforms;
  • Experience with 2D and 3D modelling platforms: AutoCAD, Autodesk REVIT, Plant 3D, Navisworks CADWorx or Microstation;
  • Must be proficient in communication and organization;
  • Required to clear a security background check.


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