A Preservation Architect who is competent in all aspects of historic architecture. Performs work requiring independent judgment in evaluation, selection, and adaptation/modification of standard techniques, procedures and criteria. Independently solves problems encountered. They will be responsible for specific technical design aspects of an assigned project including investigation, evaluation, and recommendation of design solutions. They will perform assignments under the direction of a Project Manager; however, they are responsible for design and technical aspects of each project. They must provide architectural consultation in the planning, design, and coordination of large, complex projects. It is important they can make independent decisions on significant architectural problems and carry out complex assignments requiring the development of new or improved techniques and procedures.
Research historical background of structure, technical issues, and code issues
Prepare investigation reports and bid documents, including drawings and technical specifications
Review contractor submittals
Serve as historic preservation technical point of contact providing interpretation for design and construction teams
Provide potential solutions for historic preservation design challenges
Monitor site activity for any potential unanticipated adverse effects to historic resources, prepare site visit reports and develops responses to request for information
Provide Principal with regular updates on status, issues, or challenges related to historic preservation issues on site
Act as liaison between Principal, contractors and other team members as necessary to facilitate proactive, creative solutions
Maintains project records
Degree in Architecture. Applicants with a minor or emphasis in Preservation will be given additional consideration.
Licensed or actively seeking licensure
5+ years of experience
The willingness to work as a team member and assist other Studios as necessary
Must be able and willing to travel outside of local area to attend meetings at various sites
High levels of activity and productivity
Excellent attention to detail
Ability to clearly convey information and ideas verbally and graphically
The ability to quickly grasp new concepts
Heritage conservation planning
Research and report writing
Proficient in Revit
Professional experience interacting with general contractors or construction managers
Creative problem-solving capabilities
Self-directed with a willingness to interact as a team player and take independent initiative
This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of all the responsibilities associated with the position. While it is intended to accurately reflect the position, Treanor reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties as necessary.
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