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Full Time Intern Preservation Architect Position

  • Full Time
  • Trenton, New Jersey, USA
  • Salary ($): $45,000- $55,000
  • Job Qualifications:

    We are looking for a recently (within the past 3 years) graduate student, who has completed a professional degree in architecture, preferably with a focus on historic preservation or a Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation. Material Conservation skills are a plus. Good communication skills and enthusiastic team participation is important.

  • How to Apply:

    Submit Resume, Two references, and a Letter of Interest to Callie Hancock, Business Manager, via email

  • Contact Name: Caroline Hancock
  • Application Email: ch@hba-llc.com
  • Application Phone #: 6093933999
  • Application Address: 312 W State St, Trenton, NJ, 08618

Website Historic Building Architects LLC

The firm of Historic Building Architects, LLC (HBA) has one central mission: the high-quality restoration and adaptive use of important historic buildings in the public realm. Over the past 26 years, HBA has earned a national reputation for completing significant restoration projects and garnered both National and State Preservation Awards. Key to the success of HBA is the state-of-the-art historic and scientific research and innovative yet practical design solutions that respect our environment, cultural heritage, and community. HBA’s work is primarily focused in the Northeast from Maine to Florida. HBA is on the cutting edge of communication, technology, and production in the field of historic preservation architecture.

As a small preservation architecture and material conservation firm you will have opportunities to experience working on preservation projects from Schematic Design through to participating in Construction Administration. We work with you to meet your IDP requirements. Our preservation projects include Museums, Religious Buildings, Academic Institutions, etc. Properties are owned by a variety of clients including non-profits, County and State entities. We have in-house material conservation and use an sUAS to complete some of our survey work. Most of our work is focused in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, but there are opportunities to travel. This is a small hard-working professional team with a happy work environment and flexibility on work hours and remote work time.



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