MTFA Architecture is seeking an architect with experience in historic preservation, who is committed to transforming visions, enhancing potential, and exceeding expectations in the built environment. In 2014, MTFA acquired John Milner Associates Preservation to form the nucleus of our growing historic preservation firm. We are dedicated to preserving and adapting historic buildings and sites nationwide. Preservation is what we do and what we have been doing for over 40 years.
MTFA’s mission is to positively shape culture, commerce, and people’s lives through innovative design solutions for the built environment. Our market strengths include: education, culture, commercial, multi-family, government, religious, and historic preservation related projects.
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MTFA is an equal opportunity employer.
To join us as a PRESERVATION ARCHITECT in our studio, you should have:
Knowledge of the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties
Undergraduate or graduate degree in Architecture with a specialization in Historic Preservation
5+ years of historic preservation experience
Current architectural registration
Interest in the technical aspects of historic properties and buildings, including historic materials
Ability to collaborate with consultants and owner's representatives on complex multi-phased projects
Strong communications and organizational skills
Collaborative personality to bring out the best in team situations
Experience with government projects is a plus
U.S. citizenship or permanent U.S. residency
Additional Salary Information: Based on experience
About MTFA Architecture
MTFA Architecture is an award-winning, full-service architectural firm located in Arlington, Virginia. Under our umbrella, we also have a historic preservation division (JMA Preservation). Our projects have ranged from government buildings, schools, country clubs, churches, master planning, interiors, and more.