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Lacey Thaler Reilly Wilson Architecture & Preservation, LLP is a growing small-sized architectural firm specializing in the renovation, restoration, and adaptive reuse of existing and historic buildings. We are passionate about bringing new life to our architectural heritage and our historic communities.

Based in Albany, New York, LTRW provides a friendly and fun work environment that is dedicated to ensuring all employees have a healthy work-life balance. Our team of professionals share similar interest in historic preservation and adaptive reuse. Our informal work environment fosters team-work, creativity, ambition and professional development. We strive to create a better workplace that is dynamic and rewarding. Join our team of talented professionals as we grow and take on new and exciting projects.   

We are looking to fill the following open positions:

Job Title:                 Architectural Associate (Project Designer)

Summary:                Applicants for this full-time position (formerly known as Intern Architect Level2) must show successful project document production experience, demonstrating technical knowledge, profession skill and sound judgement on adaptive reuse projects. Applicants should have experience measuring and documenting field conditions of existing structures and developing design documents to repair, restore and renovate existing buildings.

Education:              Minimum:               Associates degree in Architectural Science/Technology

                                Preferred:                Bachelor of Architecture

Experience:            2-5 Years practicing architecture

Skills:                       Minimum:               Proficient in Revit, AutoCAD,

Preferred:                Experience using MS Word, MS Excel, Adobe Indesign

License:                   Not required

Compensation:       Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

 

Job Title:                 Project Architect

Summary:                The position requires the ability to work in a team atmosphere on preservation, restoration and adaptive reuse projects, with a wide variety of cultural, college and university, government and commercial clients.  The position also requires the ability to develop appropriate documentation for all phases of a project, including existing conditions documentation in the field; planning, programming and concept/schematic design; design development and construction documents production; and construction administration.  Applicant shall be able to work with and manage a small team production staff and assist the Project Managers with project administration duties including, but not limited to managing schedules and project budgets, and communicating with consultants.

Education:              Minimum:               Bachelor of Architectural Science/Technology

                                Preferred:                Bachelor of Architecture; Master in Architecture/Historic Preservation

Experience:            5-10 Years practicing architecture

Skills:                       Minimum:               Proficient in Revit, AutoCAD, MS Word, MS Excel

Preferred:               Adept writing skills in regards to feasibility studies, existing condition studies and historic structure reports

License:                   Not required

Compensation:      Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

Job Title:                 Project Manager/Senior Project Architect

Summary:                The position is responsible for planning, interpreting, organizing, scheduling and managing projects through all phases of development. Establish and monitors budgets, manages project team, and prepares schedules to ensure efficient use of resources.  Oversees design development, production of working drawings, and construction administration on projects.  This position is responsible for establishing and maintaining client relationships and has the authority to direct, control and monitors all project activities.  The project manager must demonstrate experience in all phases of architecture and engineering services, including substantial experience in project management. The project manager must demonstrate professional skill, high standards, sound judgement, and professionalism.  The project manager will pass knowledge to others and support a continuous learning environment.  Team building and motivation are also key responsibilities.

Education:               Minimum:               Bachelor of Architecture

Experience:             10 Years practicing architecture with mid to large size projects

                                  Preferred Experience with historic buildings

Skills:                        Minimum:               Proficient in Revit, AutoCAD, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Project

Preferred:                 Critical architectural analysis and adept writing skills in regards to feasibility studies, existing condition studies and historic structure reports

License:                   Not required but preferred

Compensation:      Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

Send cover letter, resume and supporting portfolio information to:

Cynthia Geshell

cgeshell@ltrw-arch.com

Lacey Thaler Reilly Wilson Architecture & Preservation, LLP

79 North Pearl Street, Fourth Floor

Albany, NY 12207

Lacey Thaler Reilly Wilson Architecture & Preservation, LLP is an equal opportunity employer.

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79 N. Pearl St. Fourth Floor

Albany, NY 12207

Specializing in the restoration, renovation and adaptive reuse of existing and historic buildings.