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Posted: 08/15/2016

Mills + Schnoering Architects

Mills + Schnoering Architects, LLC (M+Sa) is a full service architectural firm. Our work is focused on cultural buildings of all types, including theaters and museums; public buildings; campus planning and design; and the preservation and rehabilitation of historic structures. We have a particular interest in the restoration, renovation, and adaptive use of mid-century Modern buildings and sites. M+Sa’s approach to all projects is based on a thorough understanding of the building or site and its greater context, of our client and their role within the community, and of the program requirements that serve as a basis for design. We are committed to creating safe, secure, and fully accessible public facilities, and to social, economic, and ecological sustainability. It is our goal to create innovative, high quality environments that enhance and advance the users’ mission and become valued and enduring elements of a community’s architectural legacy.

Preservation Architect
Professional Opportunity
Princeton, NJ

Mills + Schnoering Architects is seeking a Preservation Architect with B.Arch. or M.Arch and 2-5 years of experience in the preservation and treatment of historic buildings. Candidates should be proficient with Revit; possess excellent design, graphic, and technical skills; and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. 

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How to apply
Qualified candidates should email a resume, cover letter, and work samples to: Meredith Arms Bzdak, Partner, Mills + Schnoering Architects LLC, meredithb@msarchitectsllc.com.
Meredith Bzdak
Phone: 6096812480
200 Forrestal Road
Suite 3A
Princeton, NJ 08540

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