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Posted: 06/01/2016


The foundation of Anderson Hallas’s unique architectural practice is its balanced approach - providing preservation and contemporary building design, while fostering meaningful relationships with public sector clients. We become invested in the communities we work with, collaborating with stakeholders to create spaces and places that delight.

Architect – Adaptive Reuse/Preservation
Professional Opportunity


Anderson Hallas Architects, based in Golden, (with offices in Golden, CO and Seattle) is an award winning architectural firm with a focus on public sector projects.  Our projects are generally in the western United States, and tend to be local, state or federal clients. 


The firm is a collaborative, team oriented practice with historic projects ranging from assessments and preservation to creative adaptive reuse. The firm also has an equal portfolio of new construction projects.


We are seeking a Project Architect to support our firm with an eye towards growth.  The requirements for this position are:


  • Professional Degree

  • Architectural registration is required with a minimum of three years of licensed experience

  • Professionally applied knowledge of historic preservation concepts

  • Working knowledge of the Standards and IEBC

  • Working knowledge of Revit

  • Stellar communication skills (verbal, graphic and written)

  • Preservation based community service/professional affiliation a plus


Anderson Hallas offers highly competitive compensation and benefits with significant growth opportunities.  The position may require travel, and on site field work at times.


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send a cover letter along with your resume to: kathleenandres@andarch.com
kathleen andres
Phone: 303.278.4378
715 14th Street
Golden, CO 80401

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