Long-standing and reputable architectural firm is seeking an experienced architect for full-time employment. We are a mid-size firm with offices in Utica and Syracuse, NY serving a diverse clientele.
Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in architecture or higher and currently be licensed in NYS with a minimum of 8 years’ experience in a similar setting. Preference is for a creative individual with good design and management skills, computer proficiency (AutoCad, Revit, Bluebeam, Office), project management capabilities, client contact/communication skills, and strong technical knowledge (codes, products, construction). Qualified individuals meeting appropriate criteria may be offered a streamlined pathway to partnership.
Potential applicants should submit a cover letter, resume with references, and a sample portfolio if available.
Internal Number: 2021-001
About Bonacci Architects pllc
Bonacci Architects pllc and its predecessors have been practicing architecture since 1957; this practice has been varied, producing a body of work that includes most project types. We believe that the basic principles of design are applicable to all projects and to new structures, additions, and renovations alike.
Bonacci Architects strives for outstanding design and believes that outstanding design is much more than aesthetic form. It is the result of the proper consideration of function, budget, schedule, constructability, maintainability, durability, context, aesthetics, close cooperation with clients and the myriad other factors influencing a specific project.
Medium size and non-departmental structure allow us to handle both large and small projects with efficiency. The professionals who design the project provide administration of the construction contracts, facilitating continuity of thought and execution. The benefits for our clients are personalized attention combined with broad technical expertise.
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