Davis Partnership specializes in architecture, landscape architecture, master planning, interior design, tenant development, signage, and environmental design to a wide variety of amazing clients. While maintaining a heavy focus on LEED, EDAC, and Lean Led design, we have been proud to design places where people live and grow since 1967. This is where we work.
Healthcare Architect | Architect | Architect Intern
We are looking for experienced Healthcare Architects and Architect Interns who have worked collaboratively for the last 3-15 years. (Keywords: healthcare and architect) You should be experienced with the usual tools – Sketch-up and Revit – and be looking to work with other talented people who also want to do meaningful work. We’re looking for the best and brightest; The talented and passionate; Architects who want to get better and make everyone else around them better too.
Our healthcare studio is growing and we have openings for Project Architects and Architect Interns. If you’re talented and come from a background of building blocks as a child (whether you were the one telling others where to put the block or were the multiple-time-ribbon-winner of the best Lego house competition) we would love to talk you!
We are Davis Partnership Architects and we are located in an old book bindery building in the RiNo district of Denver. We are proud to say that our newly designed and renovated workspace is one of the few in the World certified LEED v.4.0 ID+C Gold. We have a 50-year track record in the Rocky Mountain West and, along with our multi-disciplinary Architecture studios, we feature Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, Lighting, and Wayfinding studios. This collection of passionate design professionals is why we emphasize that whole “collaboration” thing. We place a value on acronyms with solid meaning like LEED, EDAC, and Lean Led design, but really, we just like using fewer words because we don’t have time for all those letters while also focusing on creating places that inspire and elevation the joy and dignity of where people heal, learn, live, and grow!
Necessary fine print: the completion of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Architecture is required, experience in Revit is required, and proof of eligibility to work in the United States is required.
If it all sounds good and you’re interested please send us your letter of interest, a resume, and some work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. We try our best to get back to every applicant, and feel free to pester us via email, but please no phone calls.
Thanks for taking the time to read (and apply, if you did!). We look forward to hearing from you.