home news events jobs education resources  
Job Links
Archtectural Conservator - Project Manager

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
AddThis Feed Button

Posted: 04/05/2017

Atlantic Refinishing & Restoration, Inc.
Project Management

We are the largest historic restoration contractor in the metro Washington DC area specializing in historic masonry, stone, marble and concrete restoration. We employ over 150 restoration mechanics and have completed numerous landmark projects.

Archtectural Conservator - Project Manager
Professional Opportunity
Washington, DC

Atlantic Refinishing & Restoration, Inc. is seeking an architectural conservator with specific knowledge of masonry & stone restoration in historic projects. The Conservator will bear responsibility for project management aspects on multiple landmark projects in the metro Washington DC area.


This position requires knowledge of conservation and restoration principals as well as a general understanding of construction project management techniques. Candidates must be able to communicate effectively and resolve conflicts both orally and in writing. Excellent verbal, phone and written skills are required. Previous experience with government contracts is a plus.


The preferred candidate will have at least three years of experience with increasing responsibility at a conservator/project management level, as well as an appropriate professional designation. An advanced University degree in historic preservation or objects conservation is required, although candidates with an architecture or engineering degree with a focus on historic preservation will be considered.





Excellent above market compensation package & benefits.


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send resume, salary history and writing sample
Robert Goldstein

Other Recent Listings

Rochester, NY
posted 11/19/18
Washington, DC
posted 11/18/18
Washington, DC
posted 11/16/18
Hingham, MA
posted 11/16/18
Portland, OR
posted 11/15/18
Newington, CT
posted 11/15/18
Crownsville, MD
posted 11/15/18
New York, NY
posted 11/15/18



PreserveNet is maintained by Cornell University students with funding from the
National Council for Preservation Education.

home | news | events | jobs | education | resources | Site Map | Contact Us