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Posted: 09/30/2017

Employer
Bero Architecture PLLC
Architecture

We are a Rochester, New York architecture practice, founded in 1976. We have earned a state-wide reputation and a number of awards for the quality of our new construction, rehabilitation, and preservation projects


Position
Intern
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Rochester, NY
Uni
Details
 

Intern (Entry-Level, Second-year or Third-Year Intern)

-      Unlicensed architecture school graduate in first-to-second year of internship

-      Develops design and technical solutions under supervision of an architect

 Specific responsibilities at Bero Architecture

-     Limited identified specific parts of projects within parameters set by others.

-     Field measure and prepare base drawings from field notes.

-     Perform assignments under direction with limited responsibility for design.

-     Perform routine architectural assignments.

-     Work with other staff; develop drawings, research materials and detailing.

-     Assist with contract administration duties under the supervision of an architect including attending project progress meetings, preparing draft meeting minutes, preliminary review of submittals, and drafting responses to RFIs and change requests.

-     Interact with contractors under the supervision of an architect.

OPen until
12/01/2017

How to apply
Call Virginia Searl or Jennifer Ahrens at Bero Architecture. Forward your resume by email to Jennifer Ahrens.
Jennifer Ahrens
Phone: (585) 262-2035
Fax: (585) 262-2054
ADDRESS
32 Winthrop St.
Rochester, NY 14607
Uni

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