Conservation Architect

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Recruiter
BRC
Location
Bristol
Salary
£36000 - £42000/annum
Posted
24 Jul 2017
Closes
22 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
BRC is working on beahalf of a leading practice with a national presence is seeking an architect with experience in the field of conservation and heritage to join their team in Bristol.
This firm of Architects has expertise across all sectors and this particular office has a background of specialising in Conservation projects.
THE ROLE:
• Developing the Brief.
• Analysing the site and advising on the site context, constraints and opportunities.
• Having an understanding of the various funding streams and protocols involved in conservation work.
• Preparing survey reports, conservation management plans and heritage impact statements.
• Concept design production from briefing information.
• Creation of concept 3D model options.
• Development of preferred concept option into presentation standard models.
• Rendering of model images in specialist software.
• Development of masterplan and building plans using 2D CAD software.
• Development of elevational and sectional models using 2D CAD software.
• Development of design reports and bids in adobe InDesign.
• Manipulation and development of elements of a REVIT whole building model.
THE CANDIDATE:
Ideally you would either have completed a specialist conservation accreditation/qualification (AABC/SCA or CA) or be in the process of obtaining that accreditation/ qualification. You will ideally have the following personal, professional and software skills to an advanced standard:
• Have a strength in architectural thinking; design strategy and architectural narrative, urban design, aesthetic/proportion, materiality and detail and the ability to realise high quality buildings.
• Experienced in the preparation of historic building specifications and an understanding of working with traditional materials and craftsmanship and an ability to communicate with heritage contractors.
• Have an understanding of the various funding streams and protocols involved in conservation work
• Experience in the procurement of buildings and ability to run projects on site
• REVIT/3D and rendering
• AutoCAD 2D
• Adobe Creative suite
• Microsoft Office
For more information please call Lori Gauld or Sam Cooper-Woolley on 02920231000 or email lori @ (url removed)