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Posted: 06/30/2011

Carey & Co., Inc.

Carey & Co. is a full service, award winning architecture firm specializing in historic buildings. We are a small but growing multi-disciplinary firm currently comprising historical architects, architectural historians and preservation planners. Past and current projects include the California State Library & Courts Building (1928); the San Francisco War Memorial Veteran's Building (1932); the preparation of a National Register District Nomination for Pier 70, a 65 acre historic shipyard; the California State Capitol (1865 & 1950); and numerous other adaptive reuse projects, stabilization projects and studies including historic structure reports, feasibility studies and surveys.

Junior Historical Architect/Preservation Specialist
Professional Opportunity
San Francisco, CA
Commensurate with experience

Carey & Co. is seeking a professional to assist senior staff with the preparation of historic structure reports, conditions assessments and other studies, AutoCad drafting for historic building rehabilitations, and construction administration on a large historic rehabilitation project. Increased responsibilities will be offered in response to growth in ability, experience and familiarity with the firm.

The candidate must have an architecture degree and a degree in historic preservation or architectural history plus at least one year of professional experience. Strong research, writing and graphic skills are a must. Proficiency in AutoCad is required; LEED Accreditation and proficiency in Revit and InDesign are a plus.

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How to apply
Send resume and cover letter via email.
Nancy Goldenberg

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