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Posted: 02/07/2012

Curtis & Windham Architects

Curtis & Windham Architects, located in Houston, Texas, is currently seeking to fill several positions. Our recognized, inter-disciplinary firm of architects, landscape architects and interior designers specializes in traditional architecture and gardens across the country. In the course of our work, we are often called upon to complete renovations and create new design with respect to landmark houses and gardens in a range of eras and styles. We are committed to the highest level of design excellence and are looking for candidates to join our firm who will share our respect for history and enthusiasm for contextually appropriate, thoughtful design.

Project Architect
Professional Opportunity
Houston, TX


Qualified candidates must have a professional degree in architecture with a minimum 5 years experience preferred.  This position will be responsible for the coordination of documents in all design phases including construction administration. Must possess the ability to manage and implement all aspects of a project including the coordination of engineering disciplines. Candidate should be proficient in AutoCAD and possess excellent communication and organizational skills. Strong design skills and an understanding of historic building styles are also desired.


Benefits include medical insurance, retirement benefits, and paid vacation/holidays.  Salary is commensurate with experience.




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How to apply
Please submit your resume to cindy@curtiswindham.com or fax to 713.942.0319, Attn: Cindy Merritt.
Cindy Merritt
Phone: 713-942-7251
Fax: 713-942-0319
3815 Montrose Blvd. Suite 100
Houston, TX 77006

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