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Posted: 12/29/2016

Walter Sedovic Architets WSA|ModernRuins

WSA|ModernRuins is an award-winning architectural firm dedicated to sustainable preservation. Deeply engaged in the formation and dissemination of innovations in technology, philosophy, codes and guidelines relating to the marriage of sustainability and heritage buildings. No matter the size or complexity, project goals integrate community and culture, education and training, regionalism and local economy, artisanship and authenticity.

Architect (Openings at all Levels of Experience)
Professional Opportunity
Irvington, NY

WSA|ModernRuins is seeking highly motivated architects to work on all stages of project development from conception through construction administration.  Ideal candidate will have a deep knowledge of construction assemblies, details and real world conditions for heritage buildings and new construction technologies.




A successful candidate will have the following qualities: positive proactive attitude; honesty and integrity; passionate and dedicated; motivated by a quest for knowledge and innovative solutions; ability to work independently and as a team; solid communication skills; productive use of time; and a commitment to excellence.  Proficiency in AutoCad, Revit and other graphic software is required.






Surveys and evaluation of existing buildings & sites


Building, zoning and energy code analysis


Conceptual drawings, programming & renderings


Construction documents & specifications


Field and In-office construction administration 


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Email cover letter, resume and references to careers@ModernRuins.com

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