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Posted: 08/23/2013

Employer
Historic Building Architects, LLC


Position
Preservation Architect-Intern
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Trenton, NJ
Details
 

Join Historic Building Architects LLC, an award-winning firm as an intern architect who is currently pursuing their professional license. At HBA we work closely with our interns to make sure they get a well-rounded experience to meet their IDP requirements. This is an exciting opportunity to work full time with a team of talented and highly experienced preservation architects on both National Historic Landmark and National Register listed buildings. You will learn about historic preservation architecture as you strengthen your skills in AutoCAD, Sketch-up, In-Design, Illustrator and Photoshop. As a small firm you will have opportunities to experience working on project from Schematic design through to participating in Construction Administration. We are looking for a recently (within the past 2 years) graduate student, who has completed a professional degree in architecture, with a focus on historic preservation or a Masters Degree in Historic Preservation. Material Conservation skills are a plus. Your resume and work samples must demonstrate relevant job experience, self-motivation, strong graphic skills and strong communication skills. Please email info@hba-llc.com and attach your resume, two references and work samples from your portfolio. We encourage you to visit our website at hba-llc.com.

 

 

 

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How to apply
see www.hba-llc.com or send cover letter, resume and work samples to info@hba-llc.com
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