Project Architect or Equivalent, Preservation Design Partnership, LLC (Philadelphia, PA)
Contributed By: Holly Boyer
Preservation Design Partnership, a nationally recognized award winning preservation architecture, planning and design firm, has openings for design professionals in preservation architecture and planning with varying levels of experience.
Since its inception in 1995, the firm has selected its projects and clients carefully, providing excellence in preservation planning, design and architecture. PDP is recognized nationally for expertise in the preparation of design guidelines for historic districts, sustainable design for historic and cultural resources, and flood mitigation in the context of climate change.
PDP’s body of work also includes award winning projects involving major iconic historic landmarks. The hallmarks of the firm are the direct involvement of its partners in all projects, commitment to design and preservation excellence, attention to detail, and collaboration with the country's foremost experts in specialized areas of architecture, planning and design. Throughout its history, PDP has created sensible, sensitive and sustainable solutions with a long-term value, through the careful restoration and reuse of architectural, cultural and historic resources. Currently, the firm has active projects in 9 states.
DESCRIPTION: Project Architect or Equivalent / 5 – 10 years of experience
Requirements / Qualifications
• Interest in historic architecture and preservation
• Fluency in Microsoft Office suite, Adobe suite, AutoCAD, and Revit
• Graduate or professional degree in architecture from an accredited program
• Architectural license desirable
• Clear and effective graphic and written communications
• Overall ability to produce construction documents
Typical Project Assignments / Responsibilities
• Able to produce field assessments
• Experienced in producing, organizing and executing small projects or components of a large project
• Experience in undertaking technical and historic research for unique assignments
• Collaborate with and direct other staff as appropriate
• Participate in project management
• Prepare reports of findings
• Develop a wide range of studies and reports
• Participate in the development of project work plans and schedules
• Prepare contract documents for nationally recognized historic landmarks and sites
How to Apply
Please submit your resume, and your portfolio of previous projects. Writing samples are encouraged. Email submission to email@example.com with the position title as the subject.
• Health insurance
• Paid time off and holidays
• World-class projects which can be found throughout the United States, addressing the needs of cultural institutions, federal and state governments, academic institutions, historic districts, and preservation organizations.
• Collaborative environment under leadership that has been recognized with over 40 national, regional, state and local awards for design and preservation excellence.
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