211 N Record Street
Dallas, TX 64108

Job Post Date: March 10, 2023

Project Architect

At TreanorHL, we believe there is no greater purpose than to improve the quality of life for all people. We strive to enhance spaces where engagement, healing, inspiration, and enrichment can happen and where people do more than just live and work – they thrive. With every decision we make, every interaction we have, and every milestone reached, we ask ourselves: are we helping someone thrive today?

TreanorHL is a nationally recognized full-service planning and design firm with ten offices across the U.S. We provide exceptional design solutions tailored to satisfy our clients’ unique and complex design challenges.

Our Higher Education team is actively recruiting a Project Architect for our Dallas, Texas office. If you want to:

• Positively impact facility planning and design through all phases of the
• Advance and have the opportunity to impact how students learn, how
faculty members teach, and how researchers work
• Work with a team dedicated to supporting student success on every level
– personal, social, and academic.
• Solve our clients’ challenges, and create inspired experiences in higher
education facilities.

– then we’d love to talk to you!


• Prepare reports and bid documents, including drawings and technical
• Contribute to the design process and lead the preparation of document
• Act as a consultant coordinator
• Communicate clear and attainable project objectives and project
• Serve as technical point of contact providing interpretation for design
and construction teams
• Provide Higher Education Studio Principal with regular status updates on
performance, issues, or challenges related to projects
• Ensure projects conform to the contract
• Maintain project records


• Licensed Architect
• 7 to 10 years of experience, with recent experience in Higher Education
related facilities
• Experience working with and leading a diverse team of consultants and
internal staff
• A passion for working collaboratively with clients to solve unique and
complex challenges
• Ability to communicate effectively with internal staff, consultant teams,
and the client
• A team-focused attitude, willing to assist others as necessary
• Proficient in Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Enscape, and Adobe Creative
• 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
• Experience working on STEM and/or Student Life related projects, highly
• Knowledge of building codes (IBC and NFPA)
• The ability to quickly grasp new concepts
• Familiarity with LEED, WELL, or other sustainability guidelines
Accreditation, or actively working towards this, is desired.
• Complete understanding of ADA and TAS requirements
• Ability to provide structured coordination of consultants and
documentation on Construction Administration efforts
• A willingness to travel outside of the local area to attend meetings at
various sites

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