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Posted: 07/14/2015

Treanor Architects
Historic Preservation

Treanor Architects is a design firm providing services in architecture, planning, interior design, historic preservation and graphic design. Established in 1981, we currently employ nearly 100 professionals and support staff in seven offices. As a firm, we are committed to excellence, providing quality services on time and in budget to each and every client. Quality projects are achieved by listening carefully to our clients and maintaining clear communication with the project team throughout the entire process. This teamwork is essential to the success of each project. We enjoy relationships with those individuals involved in our projects and hope to add you to that list.

Preservation Designer
Professional Opportunity
Kansas City, MO

Treanor Architects is actively seeking a full-time Designer to join our Preservation Studio in Kansas City, Missouri, located in the heart of the vibrant Crossroads Arts District. If you have a creative, energetic nature, and a passion for working with historic buildings, you may be just the person we are looking for! Requirements needed for the position include:

an accredited degree in architecture; college course work &/or professional experience with historic preservation desired

1-4 years of experience that includes project design, rehabilitation projects, heritage conservation research, planning and reporting, and materials conservation

actively seeking licensure

proficient with Revit; previous experience with Point Cloud and 3D modeling a plus, and

a willingness and ability to travel in service of our clients needs

the ability to clearly convey information and ideas verbally and graphically

the ability to quickly grasp new concepts

The Primary responsibilities of this position will include:

Assist in researching historical background of structure, technical issues, and code issues

Assist in the preparation of investigation reports and bid documents, including drawings and technical specifications

Assist in the review of contractor submittals

Assist in providing potential solutions for historic preservation design challenges

Assist in monitoring site activity for any potential unanticipated adverse effects to historic resources, prepare site visit reports and develops responses to request for information

Provide Historic Preservation Project Managers and Project Architects with regular updates on status, issues, or challenges related to the completion of their responsibilities

Assist in maintaining project records

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Treanor Architects offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package, as well a fun and inviting atmosphere. We support and promote professional development and encourage our staff to not only participate, but to become leaders in professional organizations and our community. To be considered for this opportunity, act today and forward your cover letter, resume and sample of your work to Amy Bellerive, director of Human Resources, at abellerive@treanorarchitects.com noting Preservation Designer in the subject line. Treanor Architects is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran or status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable Federal, State or Local laws. If you meet the requirements of the position, you are encouraged to apply. We are an E-Verify Employer.
Amy Bellerive

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