Architecture Demarest is always looking for talented individuals that can contribute to our Dallas and Philadelphia teams. Candidates should be self-motivated, team-oriented and adaptable to a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include participation in the design process, preparation of client presentations, development of construction documents and construction administration.
Submit cover letter, resume and sample portfolio. Attention your cover letter to "HR Manager". Only candidates that meet our criteria will be contacted. No phone calls please. Please visit www.architecturedemarest.com for more information about Architecture Demarest.
Qualified applicants must have strong design and communication skills, be proficient with Revit, have Experience with wood construction and multifamily projects, and possess a professional degree in Architecture. Experience Sketchup and Lumion is preferred.
At Architecture Demarest, the focus is 360-degree client service. Our ability to integrate client goals and objectives from the very outset of a project through the use of the charette design process, and concluding with a comprehensive review has proven a successful formula. We employ state of the art technology and software that allows effective and efficient interaction with clients. Combined with talented staff, these approaches save time, increase communication and translate to significant cost savings and success for our clients.
Architecture Demarest’s projects have been acknowledged as highly innovative, skillfully conceived, and profitable designs for our clients. AD’s broad base of experience includes; both on and off campus student housing, multi-family design, retirement communities, military housing, loft-style housing, townhomes, high density, master planning, mixed use, hotels, award-winning historic renovation, and adaptive re-use.
Architecture Demarest utilizes BIM technology on all architectural projects. With this tool, the design team can significantly reduce the amount of time needed to produce coordinated construction documents. The building is developed... as an integrated 3D model, providing greater access to presentaion and production materials and essential building information is embedded into the model in the early stages of development. Changes made to the model affect multiple drawings and schedules, effectively reducing the resource requirements for internal coordination.