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Interior Project Architect - Corporate Workplace

FOX Architects seeks an experienced Project Architect (PA) to join our award winning interior studio concentrating in workplace design projects. The PA inspires, develops and refines the existing skills of their colleagues from the conceptual design phase through project completion, provides technical and design input, and monitors the progress throughout the development of each project. This position will perform in conjunction with senior leaders of the studio to maintain project quality, ensure profitable project performance and client satisfaction. It's a holistic role where you get to do it all. The PA is considered as a leader within the studio and a change agent in elevating their peers towards excellence in a thoughtful manner.

 

FOX Architects is a fully integrated, award-winning architecture and interior design firm based in the nation’s capital. We incorporate our architecture and interior design disciplines seamlessly for a dynamic inside out, outside in approach to the built environment. Our in-house workplace advisory services and graphics and branding capabilities augment our design expertise and provide our clients with a sophisticated, holistic product. The end result is a sophisticated and thoughtful design that supports our mission: ENHANCING BUSINESS THROUGH DESIGN. We pride ourselves in our collaborative, open work environment. FOX Architects was recognized as a “Best Place to Work” by the Washington Business Journal.

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Strive to attain the firm’s goal relative to design, technical and management excellence;
  • Maintain positive client relations and contacts;
  • Keep abreast of current developments, trends and practices within the design and construction industries, and disseminates the information to the staff and management;
  • Assist in the process of development, documentation and dissemination of the firm's Revit standards and reference details;
  • In conjunction with the Project Principal and Project Manager, determine the project design review procedures to be conducted and ensure adherence to the by all team members;
  • Participates with the Design/Project team to establish planning and design concepts pertaining to a project and ensure adherence to these concepts throughout the architectural process from concept to construction;
  • Evolve and refine the design for a project; communicating the design direction to junior members of a project team;
  • Take primary responsibility for coordination of the design and documentation process with all of the consultants that make up the design team;
  • Assist the Project Manager in the development of and adherence to the man-hours budgeted for each task and meet deadlines as defined in the Critical Path Schedule for each project;
  • Understand the General Conditions, Scope of Services, Team Structure and Fee stipulated in the contract for each project in which he or she is involved;
  • Organize, direct and lead a project Construction Documentation team and;
  • Encourage personal and professional growth for junior designers through mentoring.

 

 

Education, Experience and Skills Qualifications:

  • Graduated from an accredited Interior Architecture, Interior Design or Architecture program;
  • NCIDQ certified and/or Registered Architect a plus;
  • Minimum 6+ years of progressive professional experience in a professional studio managing corporate interiors workplace projects;
  • Knowledge of construction methods and systems appropriate to the firm’s work;
  • Proficient in Revit, Adobe Creative Suites, and other rendering software;
  • Budgeting, scheduling and assembling capabilities (i.e. contracts, specifications and drawings);
  • Superior presentation skills both written and verbal;
  • Organized and performs multiple tasks efficiently;
  • Experienced in mentoring and inspiring junior staff and positively influencing others;
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines without compromising the design / technical intent or relationship with fellow team members.

 

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