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Posted: 12/07/2018

Building Conservation Associates, Inc.

Building Conservation Associates, Inc. (BCA) is a nationally recognized consulting firm specializing in architectural materials conservation and historic preservation. BCA is headquartered in New York City and has regional offices in Newton Centre, Massachusetts; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Washington, DC. The position advertised is in the Philadelphia office.

Architectural Conservator
Professional Opportunity
Philadelphia, PA
Open Until
Until Filled

The Architectural Conservator will be responsible for providing a full range of services related to the documentation, assessment and conservation of historic buildings. Services will include: historical research, field investigation, materials testing, report writing, preparation of construction documents (drawings and specifications), and construction phase services. Prior experience with historic paint analysis is desirable, as is an interest in and experience with historic preservation planning projects (e.g. Historic Structure Reports and Preservation Plans). Willingness to travel is essential, as much of the work of this BCA office is in Washington, DC and the southeast United States.

Candidates applying for this position should have a graduate level degree in historic preservation with a concentration in architectural conservation. They should also have a minimum of 2 to 4 years of related experience. Demonstrated proficiency in AutoCAD and Adobe InDesign is required. BCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

How to apply
Interested individuals should email a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Dorothy Krotzer, Director, at dkrotzer@bcausa.com.
Dorothy Krotzer

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