Full-Time Openings

Come for the culture. Stay for the opportunity.

While our core values and gratitude for our clients keep us grounded, the opportunities you’ll have as a Pie employee are limitless.

Pie continuously invests in your development and helps foster your career path as you navigate your strengths and niche as a professional. Whether you are just getting started in your career or you have hit your professional stride, Pie will support you in reaching your next level of professional goals and celebrate that success with you. If you are seeking a dynamic environment with the opportunity to work beside professionals just as passionate as you are, we’d like to hear from you! Your next career move isn’t so “pie in the sky,” it’s here!

Technical Designer Denver, CO

Technical Designer

Responsibilities include the design, production of documents, and specifications for architectural, structural and building science related components of both new and restorative construction. Work requires originality and judgment in the independent evaluation of drawing layout, complex architectural detailing, building system design, and product selection. Receives direction from project managers, Design Manager , and at other national office locations. Recognized as fully competent in conventional aspects of the architectural, structural and building sciences, and waterproofing subject matter, and resourceful in seeking design assistance, as necessary, from internal experts Proficient in AutoCAD with experience drafting plans, sections, and details, as well as issuing accurate and high-level document packages. Ability to understand typical system detailing and extrapolate the system through the specific details. Learns new practices independently, or in a classroom setting, as deemed appropriate for the practice. Responsible for organization of documents, drawings, layouts and files. Resourceful, to the extent that product research and comparison can be conducted without help.

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Project Manager – Building Science Denver, CO

Project Manager – Building Science

The Building Science Project Manager is responsible for planning, directing, performing, and overseeing all aspects of Building Science projects. This role will be primarily responsible for overseeing multiple projects, providing building enclosure-related 3rd party consulting and testing services to clients while providing leadership, mentorship, and training to Specialists and Technicians.

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Project Manager – Building Science San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Project Manager – Building Science

The primary focus of the Project Manager will be execution of Building Science projects for Pie’s growing West Coast Region, including being Pie’s primary on-site specialist for one of the largest commercial construction projects in the western U.S. The relationship-oriented Project Manager will regularly consult during all phases of new construction and major renovation projects. Depending on project needs, travel may be required and limited to short term and relatively infrequent trips within the general region. This may require, from time to time, attendance at events outside of normal business hours.

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Structural Engineer Dallas, TX

Structural Engineer

The Structural Engineer is responsible for civil and structural forensic consultation and investigation. The responsibilities for this position include scheduling, performing site evaluations, field analysis and assessments of structural systems, and civil grading and drainage for possible causations of distress. The investigations require visual, as well as intrusive examination and as-built condition assessments with conclusions, repair recommendations and review of cost analysis performed by other specialists on the team. This position requires building and maintaining client relationships, including independent client interaction and consulting with design and construction professionals when required. As is Pie’s culture, this position includes both leading and at times being a member of company project teams. Some regional and national travel is required.

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Specialist (Building Science) San Francisco, CA

Specialist (Building Science)

The Specialist works under the guidance of an experienced Project Manager and/or Department Manager providing support in all aspects and phases of projects. This role ensures adherence to contract and quality requirements. Work requires independent utilization of prescribed methods, standard techniques and practices to perform assignments including forensic evaluations, peer reviews, field observations, roof assessments, cause of damage determinations, testing and materials investigation. Judgement and ingenuity in making minor adaptations and modifications are critical in this role.

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Vice President, Southwest Region Dallas, TX

Vice President, Southwest Region

Through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the objectives of the company, the Divisional Vice President provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the Division executes operational management, controls and Business Development strategy to effectively grow the Division. This role ensures regional Directors and Department Managers and Project Managers are accountable for designated areas of responsibility, staffing, policy and practice compliance, and able to meet obligations toward the Division’s objectives. Identifies areas of unsatisfactory operational performance and develops corrective actions for resolution. This role is responsible for understanding their respective markets and competition.

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Business Development Specialist Denver, CO

Business Development Specialist

The Business Development Specialist supports departmental business opportunities, meets short and long term strategic goals, and maintains awareness of current market conditions. This will be done through consultative selling and business development support to initiate long-term relationships with prospective clients under the Business Development Manager. The Business Development Specialist will be primarily responsible for proposal preparation and data management.

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Project Manager – Building Science Dallas, TX

Project Manager – Building Science

The Building Science Project Manager is responsible for planning, directing, performing, and overseeing all aspects of Building Science projects. This role will be primarily responsible for overseeing multiple projects, providing building enclosure-related 3rd party consulting and testing services to clients while providing leadership, mentorship, and training to Specialists and Technicians.

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Specialist (Building Science) Denver, CO

Specialist (Building Science)

The Specialist works under the guidance of an experienced Project Manager and/or Department Manager providing support in all aspects and phases of projects. This role ensures adherence to contract and quality requirements. Work requires independent utilization of prescribed methods, standard techniques and practices to perform assignments including forensic evaluations, peer reviews, field observations, roof assessments, cause of damage determinations, testing and materials investigation. Judgement and ingenuity in making minor adaptations and modifications are critical in this role.

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Anna Murley

“Pie is so much more than a job. Being a single mother of three creates quite the challenge when looking for a company to work for that truly believes in achieving that work/home life balance. Pie is the true embodiment of community, respect, ownership and family. Pie embraces the diverse set of skills we all bring to the table and places each of us in our areas of expertise while providing endless opportunities for growth and advancement within the company. I am truly motivated to come to work every day to see what new journeys the day ahead of me holds. The ability to be there for my family and my job is truly a blessing that I will cherish always.” -Anna Murley, Administrative Assistant