Scott Henson Architect is an award winning Architecture firm specializing in the preservation and restoration of historic buildings with a diverse portfolio of work in and around New York City. We have extensive experience in the assessment, design and detailing of building exteriors including the preparation of comprehensive conditions reports, construction documents and specifications, full and phased construction cost estimates, city agency filing, and contract procurement and administration.
We work closely with our clients to investigate and assess building conditions, develop strategic and economically responsible recommendations for their repair, and implement the design through construction. We believe that architecture is a collaborative effort and are committed to working with our clients to develop a well-tailored solution based on their unique project conditions and far-reaching objectives. To achieve this, we seek to always maintain an open and transparent line of communication to ensure that projects are delivered in a timely and efficient manner.
We are seeking a Project Architect with at least 3-5 years of experience who has an aptitude for problem solving and the desire for a leadership role in a dynamic, collaborative work environment. Primary responsibilities include daily management, coordination and successful completion of restoration and preservation projects to meet time and cost objectives. The candidate must be well versed in all facets of building exterior envelope, weatherproofing, masonry repair, historic preservation, landmarks and roofing projects.
To be considered, the preferred candidate should have demonstrated abilities to:
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Please email a resume, cover letter and selected work samples to email@example.com (under 8mb); reference “Preservation Architect" in the subject line. Work samples should emphasize built projects, examples of construction documents and detailing.
Applicants selected for an interview will be asked to bring their full portfolios and references.