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🔗Project Architect

  • Full Time
  • New York, NY (Remote)
  • $65,000 to $95,000. USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: The position of Project Architect is an intermediate level position for recent graduates with three to five years of practical experience working in the field of historic preservation.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Minimum Requirements and Attributes:

    ·          Authorized to work in the U.S.

    ·          B.Arch, M.Arch, MSHP or equivalent degree

    ·          Three (3) years of work experience in exterior restoration / historic preservation

    ·          Proficient in AutoCAD

    ·          Proficient in MS Office

    ·          Ability to travel to all five boroughs in NYC

    ·          Ability to perform inspections from fire escapes and scaffolds


    Highly Desirable Attributes:

    ·          NYC scaffolding certification

    ·          Autodesk certification (i.e. ACU, ACA, ACP or ACE)

    ·          Experience preparing Local Law 11/98 or FISP Reports

    ·          Knowledge of Adobe InDesign

    ·          Knowledge of Bluebeam

    ·          Good time management, organizational and communication skills

    ·          Keen interest in building technology and historic preservation

  • How to Apply:

    Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter with their resume, include a portfolio of relevant work, and provide samples of written reports and completed technical drawings in .pdf format via the LinkedIn Application URL listed below or by email to

  • Job benefits: 401(k), Health, Disability, Dental, Eye, FSA, HSA
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Candidates should live within New York’s metropolitan area and be able to examine buildings from fire escapes, boom lifts and suspended scaffolds.
  • Contact Name: Joakim Aspegren
  • Application Email:
  • Application URL:

Website Architecture Restoration Conservation, PC

Founded in 2002, Architecture Restoration Conservation, P.C. provides specialized architectural, restoration and conservation services for the investigation, repair and preservation of buildings. Our assignments have ranged from investigating specific building envelope and waterproofing defects to comprehensive multi-phased restoration projects.

·          Perform field measurements

·          Conduct water infiltration investigations

·          Inspect apartments being renovated

·          Inspect building facades and roofs

·          Prepare building condition surveys and reports

·          Produce construction drawings in AutoCAD

·          Maintain and develop office’s CAD Library of Details

·          Prepare construction cost estimates

·          Coordinate work performed by sub-consultants

·          Coordinate competitive bidding services

·          Assist with construction administration and project closeout services including field observation and quality control

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