TLC Engineering

Plumbing & Fire Protection Designer

Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
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Employment Type
Regular Full-Time


TLC Engineering for Architecture is a dynamic and growing National Engineering firm seeking a qualified and motivated Plumbing and Fire protection Designer for the planning, designing and production of the plumbing and fire alarm components of state of the art buildings.



  • Responsible for drafting and designing plumbing and fire protection (medical gases, piping and equipment for healthcare facilities as well as hot and cold water systems, sanitary and storm systems, fire protection water systems, including underground piping, sprays, hydrants etc.) 
  • Layout and size equipment, perform load calculations and investigate code requirements.
  • Provide technical expertise during the design phase (schematic, design development) to coordinate spaces required for those systems.
  • Coordinate between disciplines and produce working documents using AutoCAD and REVIT and Navisworks software.
  • Communicate effectively with all parties involved in the design, coordination and construction process.


  • Ideal candidates 2+ years experience in drafting and designing plumbing and fire protection systems
  • An AA/AS degree and /or technical certification in mechanical designs are preferred.
  • Knowledge of applicable codes and general engineering practices.
  • Strong AutoCAD and REVIT experience required.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

TLC is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, dedicated to Workforce Diversity EOE- M/F/Vets/Disabled.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,  veteran status, disability, age and other classifications covered under federal, state or local laws. TLC participates in E-Verify.


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