Blair + Mui Dowd Architects, PC (bmdarch.net) is seeking junior and experienced Architects with +2 to +5 years experience in laboratory, healthcare, education and / or institutional work to join its staff.
The candidate will work with a team on a range of projects from master planning to complex institutional projects for nationally recognized organizations.
Ideal candidates will have:
BArch or MArch degree from an Accredited Architecture program or foreign equivalent
2-5 years experience in Laboratory, Healthcare or Institutional work through all phases of design capability and confidence in leading a team through all phases of design and construction
experience in master planning, programming and all phases of design including Construction Documents and Construction Administration
excellent written and communication skills including ability to prepare clear, informative presentation materials
excellent interpersonal skills including presentations and technical conversations with design team, faculty, staff, leadership, architects, engineers, and building owners
experience with the LEED certification process including credit calculations and documentation
Graphic skills and proficiency in AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Office, Sketch-up
Legal working status in the U.S
Candidate salary will be commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical insurance & 401K. Please apply with a resume, portfolio of selected works (max 5MB) and a cover letter with salary expectations to: email@example.com
Please use "Intermediate Architect" or "Junior Architect" in your email subject heading.
No phone calls please.
About Blair + Mui Dowd Architects
Blair + Mui Dowd Architects is a medium-sized architectural firm in New York City specializing in the programming, planning, and design of clinical, institutional, educational, research, and community facilities. Areas of expertise include new construction, vertical expansion, occupied renovation, and adaptive reuse.
B+MD’s design process is research focused. Each principal-led team begins projects with a data-driven programming analysis that evaluates space utilization, faculty recruitment, budget and return on investment, and strategic goals to determine space drivers unique to each project. We train our staff to benchmark similar facilities at peer institutions, review current trends in healthcare delivery and analyze programming needs. Our experience with top-tier academic medical centers provides us with insight into emerging issues that impact the healthcare industry. This approach provides a data-driven basis for decision-making as we work with client and user teams to achieve consensus on design solutions.