HopkinsBurns Design Studio is looking for a Preservation Architect to join our team. This position involves design, research and analysis, fieldwork, project coordination and leadership. The successful candidate will manage projects, mentor staff and provide leadership in the office. Interested individuals should be motivated, self-directed, and interested in being a part of a collaborative office setting.
Minimum ten years of experience in all aspects of historic preservation and architecture, from research and analysis to technical expertise in creating construction documents.
Experience in preservation technology
Experience working with the Secretary of the Interior's Standards, and historic preservation tax credits.
Additional Salary Information: Negotiable based on experience
About HopkinsBurns Design Studio
HopkinsBurns Design Studio is passionate about design that creates livable, inspiring and people-oriented places. Our work embodies our values – respect for heritage, and commitment to the future through stewardship of the built and natural environments. A small architectural firm in Ann Arbor, Michigan, we are recognized nationally for our Historic Preservation expertise. HopkinsBurns has completed hundreds of preservation projects, many of which are listed on National and State Registers of Historic Places and are National Historic Landmarks. Notable projects include the Michigan State Capital and the AIA Headquarters in Washington D.C. In addition to Historic Preservation, the HopkinsBurns portfolio includes commercial, residential, institutional, mixed use and master planning projects of varying sizes. While HopkinsBurns is at home working with historic buildings and materials, our tools and approach are state-of-the-art. Computer aided design and imaging capabilities ensure quality, accuracy, cost effectiveness, and timeliness of our documents and services.