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Posted: 06/03/2013

Kamen Tall Architects, PC

Kamen Tall Architects PC is a multifaceted restoration, historic preservation, and design firm. With expertise in maintaining and restoring existing buildings and a passion for designed solutions, the firm provides a range of knowledge to provide individualized attention for clients and their architectural needs.

Architect, Facade Restoration
Professional Opportunity
New York, NY

Small architectural firm looking for architect experienced in facade restoration and NYC FISP projects.  The projects involve medium to high-rise buildings in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Westchester.  We perform inspections, create FISP Reports, develop contract documents and manage restoration and façade repair projects. 

Kamen Tall Architects is a small, highly motivated, professional team.  Our projects require substantial field and forensic work followed by document preparation.  Each architect is responsible from start to finish for their projects and must enjoy working independently within a collaborative and intelligent environment.

Suitable applicants must be specifically knowledgeable about facade restoration and NYC FISP work, certified to perform scaffold inspections, develop construction documents based on field exploration and deal directly with clients. 

The successful candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and display enthusiasm for this type of work.  The position requires project architect level decision making, extremely good judgment and excellent architectural skills.

Immediate availability is preferred.

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How to apply
Please email letter of interest and resume to scott@kamentallarchitects.com No calls please.
Scott Kamen

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