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Posted: 09/29/2014

Carey & Co., Inc.

Carey & Co. Inc., located in a rehabilitated firehouse near Union Square, San Francisco, specializes in the rehabilitation, conservation and adaptive reuse of existing, often historically significant buildings. We are an award-winning firm with highly experienced architects, architectural historians and preservation planners. The firm has rehabilitated over 300 civic, commercial, and religious structures since it was founded in 1983, as well as preparing numerous historic resource studies. Carey & Co. Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Attractive benefits package available, including full medical coverage, 401(k) plan and profit sharing.

Intermediate Historical Architect
Professional Opportunity
San Francisco, CA


The firm seeks a motivated Intermediate Architect/Job Captain with the following qualifications:


  • 5+ years of experience, at least three of which with historic buildings
  • Bachelor of Architecture degree from an accredited architecture program
  • Advanced AutoCad proficiency; Revit, Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Sketch-Up and Photoshop a plus
  • Excellent technical skills and working knowledge of codes, accessibility, and historic building standards
  • Collaborative mindset with the ability and willingness to work with and mentor junior designers
  • Excellent communication, detailing, production and management skills
  • An architecture license, LEED accreditation, and advanced degree are pluses but not required.




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Until Filled

How to apply
Please email resume and brief portfolio to nancy@careyco.com
Nancy Goldenberg

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