Architects needed: ESKW/A is hiring!

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Edelman Sultan Knox Wood / Architects LLP is seeking two professional architects to join our 15-person office. We are an award-winning downtown architectural firm with a varied practice focusing on public and institutional projects, housing, educational and community facilities. Projects are primarily for not-for-profit clients located throughout New York City.

We are seeking two motivated, thoughtful, and detail-oriented candidates with professional degrees.

 

 

Junior Architect

The Junior Architect shall have 2-3 years of working experience. The successful applicant’s professional development will be encouraged and responsibilities will include involvement in all project phases. AutoCAD proficiency is necessary. Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite and three-dimensional modeling is also required.

Intermediate Architect

The Intermediate Architect shall have 5-7 years of working experience. Previous experience must include all phases of Project Design and Construction Administration including development of design documents, construction detailing, and coordination of project consultants. Candidates must be familiar with complex building construction drawings and details, and researching materials and building systems. AutoCAD proficiency is necessary. LEED accreditation and familiarity with Adobe applications and 3-dimensional modeling is preferred.

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Please email cover letter, resume, work samples and salary requirements to mail@edelmansultan.com. Responses shall include one (1) pdf file with multiple pages (up to 8), no larger than 4mb please.

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ICL salutes Peter Campanelli

Group Photo at ICL's Gala

Photo Credit: Ben Asen Photography, h/t Melissa Fisher

The Institute for Community Living (ICL) celebrated its 27th anniversary last week at the Ritz Carlton in lower Manhattan. The event was made bittersweet by the departure of Peter Campanelli, ICL’s founder who is retiring after 27 years of service to teach at NYU. This not-for-profit organization, a longtime client of ESKW/A, provides social, medical, and affordable housing services for individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities – an often overlooked population in New York City.

ESKW/A has built several projects that are tailored to the special needs of ICL, such as space for support services, group activities, rehabilitation, and job search assistance; these projects include Lewis Avenue, Lawton Avenue, Stepping Stone, and Milestone I + II, as well ICL’s Corporate Offices. We are proud to partner with this organization that does so much for this underserved population of our city.

NSCC wins SARA New York Award

We are proud to announce that New Settlement Community Campus, a school and community center in the Bronx, has won a Society of American Registered Architects Award of Honor through their 2013 Celebration of Architecture and Design Program.

Congratulations to our co-architects, Dattner Architects, and the entire team. See the other winners here.