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Posted: 02/08/2017

Intermediate Conservation Specialist
Historic Preservation

Spencer R. Higgins Architect Incorporated provides specialist architectural services related to the conservation of historic buildings. Recognized as one of the foremost Canadian architectural firms in the area of heritage restoration, our expertise in building science and envelope repair forms the cornerstone of the firm's practice,

Intermediate Conservation Specialist
Professional Opportunity
Toronto, ON

We have an opening for well-organised, literate and committed individual with a background in heritage building conservation. Our work requires a good understanding and an interest in heritage conservation; heritage planning; building science issues and traditional construction methodologies. Good project management skills and the ability to work as a team player in an established small-sized downtown firm is required.

Post-graduate training from an accredited conservation or conservator programme and either an architectural or engineering undergraduate degree is preferred. A working knowledge of CAD (Microstation) and established office computer skills are required. Security clearances will be required. A minimum of ten years of architectural, conservator or engineering office experience is required. A candidate with CAD working drawing and specification writing experience on heritage projects is preferred.

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How to apply
Please send resumé with cover letter and references as a PDF under 2MB to info@higginsarchitect.com
Spencer Higgins
Phone: +1 416-922-7507
Fax: +1 416-922-1681
Spencer R. Higgins, Architect Incorporated
215 - 720 King Street West
Toronto, M5V 2T3

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