McCoy Collaborative Preservation Architecture, PLLC

Architects
3200 MAIN STREET 36
Dallas, TX 75226

office@mccoycollaborative.com

Job Post Date: September 14, 2020

Architect or Intern Architect

McCoy Collaborative Preservation Architecture was founded in 2007 as Quimby McCoy in Dallas, Texas. McCoy Collaborative provides full architectural services with a specialization in the restoration, adaptive use and architectural conservation of historic buildings. The firm has a broad base of experience and knowledge in the related areas of preservation planning, research and analysis, architectural history, materials science, government standards and regulations.
McCoy Collaborative approaches the preservation of sites and buildings as conservators of the built environment with the intent of maintaining as much historic fabric as possible while providing design solutions that meet an owner’s goals for the building’s long term continued use. Our passion for serving our community through excellence in design and preservation practice is reflected in each of our projects.
We are an award-winning firm with strong ties to the preservation community at the local, state and national level. We are looking for people with a similar commitment to our profession and the historic resources we seek to preserve.

Responsibilities

Revit and graphic rendering program proficiency preferred. Work will include a variety of activities including design, construction documents, presentation drawing, research, condition assessment, site investigation, documentation, historic resource surveys, and writing. Responsibility will be commensurate with experience. Position is temporary for a minimum of two months and could be extended depending on work load in the office.

Qualifications

Seeking individual with a degree or certificate in historic preservation and a Bachelor or Master of Architecture, with a commitment to practice in the field of historic preservation, and three or more years of related experience. Additional expertise in architectural conservation and conservation science is ideal.

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