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Posted: 04/04/2016

Johnson-Schmidt, Preservation Architects
Design and Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation Architects specializing in adaptive reuse of commercial buildings statewide. Six-person office located in rehabilitated commercial building in thriving historic downtown, Corning, NY. Award winning boutique firm known for adaptive reuse and community revitalization. Located in Fortune 500 community (Corning Incorporated) with excellent quality of life amenities.

Intern Architect or Interior Designer; and Historic Preservationist
Professional Opportunity
Corning, NY
$commensurate with experience

Seeking interior designer/historic preservationist to work on high quality rehabilitation projects statewide, doing Historic Preservation Tax Credit application work, documentation, National Register nominations, research, photography, and conditions assessments.  Candidate should have excellent writing skills, experience with NR nomination work, familiarity with historic resources and styles, enjoy working as part of a team, passionate about historic buildings and a good work ethic.


Master's degree in Historic Preservation and Bachelor's degree in Architecture or Interior Design


Bachelor's/Professional degree in Architecture or Interior Design with emphasis or experience in historic preservation.


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send cover letter, resume, link to portfolio or project examples and references to Elise Johnson-Schmidt (Elise@PreservationArchitects.com).
Elise Johnson-Schmidt
Phone: 607.937.1946
Fax: 607.937.6137
15 E Market St
Corning, NY 14830

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