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We practice what we preach — and work hard to create and sustain a culture at QEA that’s collaborative, respectful and highly enjoyable. And here’s a fact to back that statement up: the average tenure of our firm’s leaders is 12 years, a data point which we’re happy to compare with any other firm of our size and reputation. 
 
At QEA we promote the professional development of all our staff through an extensive, in-house, staff-run education program while also encouraging participation in professional organizations and the community. Interested in joining us?  

Architectural Designer

Baltimore, MD

Quinn Evans Architects is seeking creative, talented architectural designer with 7 to 10 years experience. Our 30 person office in Baltimore has a strong design portfolio in a variety of project types including commercial, educational, arts, and multi-family housing. 

Requirements
Candidate must have excellent design, production and communication skills. Revit capabilities are highly desirable, as is architectural work experience in new and renovation projects, preferably in the Baltimore / DC- and mid-Atlantic region. 

Project Architect

Baltimore, MD

Quinn Evans Architects is seeking licensed architects with 6 to 10 years experience. Responsibilities include working in a team environment in all phases of design, documentation, and construction, managing staff, and training intern staff.  
Our 30 person office in Baltimore has a strong design portfolio in a variety of project types including commercial, educational, arts, and multi-family housing. 

Requirements
Architectural license. Candidate must have excellent design, production and communication skills. Revit capabilities are required, as is architectural work experience in new and renovation projects, ideally in the Baltimore and mid-Atlantic region.

Preservation Architect

Washington, DC

 
Quinn Evans Architects' Washington, DC office has an immediate opening for a Preservation Architect:  
 

Responsibilities

  • Participate in field assignments such as conditions and measurement surveys;
  • Prepare analysis of existing conditions and treatment options in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties;
  • Participate in all stages of project development, performing conceptual analysis documentation assignments, and developing CDs elements with limited supervision;
  • Participate in design review and documentation to meet State Historic Preservation Office and consulting agency requirements;
  • Assist in coordination of drawings and specifications;
  • Assist in construction observation activities and the development of associated field reports, RFI responses, submittal reviews, and ASIs;
  • Contribute to collaborative and effective working relationships with clients, the project team, and associated stakeholders.

Qualified individuals will have the following strengths: 

  • An architectural degree and historic preservation degree or certificate with 6-12 years of experience.
  • Proactive communication, collaborative problem solving, three-dimensional thinking, and self-direction;
  • Stewardship planning, writing, graphic analysis, and preservation design;
  • Working understanding of current and historic building and site technologies;
  • Proficiency with Revit, Sketch-up, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office.
  • Working knowledge of Bluebeam and Deltek are a plus.
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    Please provide letter of interest, resume, and work samples.

Cultural Environments Architect

Washington, DC

 
Quinn Evans Architects' Washington, DC office has an immediate opening for a Cultural Environments Architect with 6 - 12 years of experience.  
 

Responsibilities

  • Contribute to all stages of project development, from conceptual analysis, design, documentation, developing CDs, and construction observation as part of a team;
  • Develop and coordinate spatial, character, and experiential analysis of existing conditions, visitorship, and responsive design approaches;
  • Prepare design materials and documentation to explore, communicate, and collaborate with the team, our clients, and their stakeholders;
  • In all stages, contribute to and help manage collaborative and effective working relationships with clients, the project team, and associated stakeholders.

Qualified individuals will be licensed, hold a professional degree with 6-12 years of experience and a passion for cultural and community heritage environments, along with the following strengths: 

  • Incisive communication and use of three-dimensional modeling and graphics to convey spatial and experiential ideas, using visualization software as well as hand rendering;
  • Proactive communication, collaborative problem solving, three-dimensional thinking, and self-direction;
  • Demonstrated interest and insights into the psychology of space for individuals and groups over time;
  • Working knowledge of building and site systems, and construction detailing and how to document them in Revit. Experience in public exhibition, collection, and related support facilities is helpful.

Please provide letter of interest, resume, and work samples. 
 

Intern Architect

Richmond, VA

 
Quinn Evans Architect's Richmond, VA office has an immediate opening for a talented and motivated intern architect to join our team in the planning and design of innovative learning environments. This is a full-time position with opportunities for growth in a highly collaborative, design-studio atmosphere where experience is offered in all project phases. 
 
The successful candidate will be a recent graduate of an accredited architectural program with 1 to 4 years of experience in conceptualization, design, and construction documentation. The candidate should be creative, organized, communicative, responsible, and collaborative. The candidate should also possess an ongoing commitment to improving one’s craft on a wide range of tasks. Candidates must have strong design skills. Proficiency in Revit is preferred. Candidates should be working toward the process of architectural registration.

Landscape Architect / Campus Planner

Richmond, VA

 
Our Richmond office is seeking an individual who shares our passion for campus planning and design as well as the general practice of landscape architecture. Our Richmond-based landscape architecture studio is nationally recognized for its work in campus planning and design.  
 
This will be a key position, with excellent opportunities for advancement. The successful candidate will start strong and advance quickly. Initial responsibilities will include design development and production for a wide variety of planning and design projects, with increasing responsibility for project management and client relations to follow based on ability. The successful candidate will be disciplined, well-organized and flexible. He or she must be an inspired planner and designer, capable of imagining, articulating and producing creative solutions to our clients’ needs.  
 
The candidate must be an inspired planner and designer, capable of imagining, articulating and producing creative solutions to our clients’ needs. Candidate must also possess excellent communication skills and be able to work collaboratively with a talented and diverse staff of architects and interior designers as well as outside consultants. 
 

Requirements

  • A degree in landscape architecture from an accredited program. A master’s degree is desirable but not required.
  • A minimum of 2 years of relevant experience, showing steady growth in skills and responsibilities.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, including excellent writing ability.
  • Familiarity with and interest in technical skills such as grading, construction design, and construction administration.
  • Professional registration in the Commonwealth of Virginia or the ability to obtain registration through comity.
  • Strong graphic skills, including freehand drawing.
  • Fluency in computer skills, including MS Office, Adobe CS, AutoCad, and Sketchup or similar modeling programs. Experience in BIM programs such as Revit is desirable but not required.
  • Strong interest in the world of higher education.

Construction Architect

Washington, DC

 
Our Washington, DC office has an immediate opening for a Construction Architect  
 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide pre-construction QAQC review and facilitate resolution with design team with regard to confirmation of field measurements, clarity of documents, and coordination;
  • Supervise junior CA staff in collecting and organizing bidders’ questions, and developing bid amendments;
  • Coordinate and maintain and organized record of construction administration correspondence;
  • Supervise and QAQC setup of registers, logs, and tracking systems for submittals, RFIs, ASIs, and other CA communications;
  • Conduct regular on-site observations, providing associated written field observation reports regarding construction progress and conformance with the construction documents;
  • Lead the QEA team, participating in regular construction project meetings and problem-solving sessions with contractors, construction managers and owners;
  • Create, review, and coordinate architectural and site punch lists;
  • Manage AE team project closeout processes and support activities;
  • Set an example, and maintain fair and balanced working relationships with clients, construction managers, and contractors.

Requirements

  • A professional degree with 15-20 years of architectural experience and a passion for cultural and educational environments;
  • Proactive communication, collaborative problem solving, three-dimensional thinking, and self-direction;
  • Experienced understanding of building and site technologies;
  • Proficiency in Revit, Newforma, Adobe suite, Microsoft Office. Working knowledge of Bluebeam and Deltek are a plus.

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Quinn Evans Architects is an equal opportunity employer, offering employment to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, physical or mental handicap, or veteran status.