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Project Architect
Posted: 02/15/24

About This Role:

The Project Architect is a producer and leads the “practice” side of the work. They are responsible for the design, deliverables (drawings and specifications) and the construction administration of the project. This would include coordination of staff and consultants.


This position performs work requiring independent judgment in evaluation, selection, and adaptation/modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria.  Under the direction of a Project Manager, the Project Architect is responsible for specific technical design aspects of a project including investigation, evaluation, and recommendation of design solutions.



- Prepare reports and bid documents, including drawings and technical specifications

.- Manage all phases of design throughout project scope, including project set-up, design, and construction administration.

- Maintain day to day communications with clients and project consultants.

- Serve as technical point of contact providing interpretation for design and construction teams.

- Responsible for site observations.

- Manage project scheduling, budgets, and set-up with clients, contractors, vendors, and consultants.

- Provide Studio Principal with regular status updates.

- Ensure projects conform to contract.

- Maintain project records.



- Licensed Architect.

- 8-10 years of experience.

- A passion for working collaboratively with clients to solve unique and complex challenges.

- A team focused attitude, willing to assist other Studios as necessary

- Proficient in Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp and Adobe Creative Suite

- High levels of activity and productivity

- Strong organizational and communication skills with excellent attention to detail

- Ability and desire to mentor young design professionals.

- Ability to develop and deliver technically sound project documents

- Knowledge of building codes and zoning regulations

- The ability to quickly grasp new concepts.

- A willingness to travel outside of local area to attend meetings at various sites.



This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of all the responsibilities associated with the position.  While it is intended to accurately reflect the position, Treanor reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties as necessary. A glimpse into our excellent employee benefits:

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Project Architect
Posted: 02/15/24

About This Role:

The Project Manager is a registered architect and is the principal administrator and communications link between the Firm and the Client, General Contractor, Consultants, and Public Authorities. The Project Manager is authorized to speak for the firm when dealing with a Client or Contractor in matters concerning the interpretation of the contract documents, and is directly responsible both to the Client and the firm for the successful execution of the project.


This individual will maintain a positive client relationship by relating to clients in a mature, thoughtful, professional and pleasant manner. The development of technical skills of subordinates is also a part of the position, and this requires empathy, patience, understanding and a genuine interest in others.  As is expected from all positions within the firm, this position will promote interdepartmental communications and cooperation.



- Be fully aware of the firm-client contract for the design of the project, and of the client's objectives in order to satisfy the client's  goals.

- Participate in the preparing fee proposals; conducting fee negotiations, preparing contractual agreement. Be sufficiently familiar with all agreements between firm and Client to effectively manage the project in a professional economic manner.

- Prepare estimated manpower requirements, schedules, and other pertinent data.

- Analyze the project scope, the client's RFP and firm's proposal with the Project Architect. Organize the work on the project and set forth the procedures to be employed in accomplishing the project.

- Receive all incoming project information and distribute it to the design team and to outside consultants.

- Obtain the services of outside consultants when required.

- Administer the design budget

- Develop and monitor the project design schedule to meet Client and firm time objectives.

- Notify the Client of changes in project scope, and prepare estimates for additional design fees.

- Keep the Client, Studio Leader and the firm Accounting Department informed on the status of project.

- Develop and monitor the Client's construction budget and schedule. Identify long lead items and proposed form of construction contract as easily as possible

- Attend design meetings, as necessary, with the Project Architect.

- Establish documentation and administrative organization for the project.



- Registered Architect with 10+ years' experience, with a minimum of 5 years' experience with criminal justice projects

- Experience working with and leading a diverse team of consultants and internal staff- Excellent technical and design skills

- Excellent understanding of all appropriate codes

- Ability to develop and deliver technically sound project documents

- Strong organizational and communication skills

- The willingness to work as a team member and assist other studios as necessary; the ability and desire to mentor young design professionals.

- Proficient in AutoCAD, Revit and Construction Administration software (Newform

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