home news events jobs education resources  
Job Links
Historic Architect

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
AddThis Feed Button

Posted: 12/15/2009

Page & Turnbull
Los Angeles Office / Building Technology & Conservation Studio

Originally founded in 1973 as Charles Hall Page Associates, Page & Turnbull is dedicated to imagining change in historic environments through planning, technology and design. Our 32-person staff consists of architects, historians, conservators, and graphic designers. We are headquartered in San Francisco with branch offices in Los Angeles and Sacramento.

Historic Architect
Professional Opportunity
Los Angeles, CA
$varies with experience

The candidate will be responsible for organizing and executing projects based within Page & Turnbull (P&Ts) Los Angeles office and Building Technology & Conservation Studio. Additionally, the person will coordinate larger assignments with P&Ts Cultural Resources and Architecture Studios.

Working with a Principal-in-Charge, a significant goal of the studio is to instill within the firm a curiosity and passion for understanding how buildings, and their assemblies/materials, perform  past, present, and future. The position offers an opportunity to provide leadership within the firm and craft a long-term vision for how the firm deals with ever-changing building technology and materials treatments.


  • Develop and manage project work plans, budgets, & schedules.
  • Oversee field investigations and conditions assessments of historic buildings.
  • Prepare maintenance plans; and treatment plans for historic materials.
  • Work with Project Teams to prepare technical specifications and architectural details for Rehabilitation/Restoration/Reconstruction of Historic Buildings; as well as for New Construction
  • Prepare materials testing & trial repair programs.
  • Supervise/mentor architects-in-training and conservators in the studio.

  • 4-8 years professional experience.
  • Meet the National Park Services Professional Qualifications Standards for Historic Architect or Architectural Conservator.
  • Working knowledge of The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation of Historic Properties and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings.
  • Architectural registration is preferred, but not required.
  • LEED accreditation is preferred, but not required.
  • Commitment to participation in a professional organization.
  • Note  we are specifically recruiting individuals with 4-8 years professional experience. Candidates with experience outside of this range will not be considered.

    OPen until
    Until Filled

    How to apply
    Via email
    John Lesak
    Phone: (213) 221-1203
    Fax: (213) 221-1209
    417 S. Hill St. - Suite 211
    Los Angeles, CA 90013

    Other Recent Listings

    Washington, DC
    posted 6/22/18
    New York City, NY
    posted 6/22/18
    Moon Township, PA
    posted 6/22/18
    posted 6/22/18
    Elkins, WV
    posted 6/22/18
    Haverhill, MA
    posted 6/22/18
    Chicago, IL
    posted 6/21/18
    Albany, NY
    posted 6/21/18



    PreserveNet is maintained by Cornell University students with funding from the
    National Council for Preservation Education.

    home | news | events | jobs | education | resources | Site Map | Contact Us