In 1975, CRSA’s founders Wally Cooper and Allen Roberts were historic preservation enthusiasts ready to make a leap of faith. They set off to pursue a singular vision: to build a practice deeply rooted in preserving and building community character, that puts people first, and delivers practical yet innovative architectural design. Today, CRSA continues to design buildings and built environments that tell the unique stories rooted in our clients’ history, vision, and site context. Our services have expanded from architectural design and historic preservation to steward all aspects of our clients’ vision from start to finish, including planning, landscape architecture, interior design, and visualization.
We are seeking a professional to lead our preservation team to uphold and bolster our legacy of historic preservation work. We're looking for a licensed architect with ten or more years of experience planning and developing medium- to large-scope projects with many complexities, as well as executing and coordinating projects, and may have also overseen a large staff of architects and technicians.
This role will be responsible for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating assignments. Plans and develops architectural projects concerning unique and/or controversial complexities that significantly impact major company programs. Involves exploration of subject area, definition of scope, selection of items for investigation, and development of novel concepts and methods. They will also effectively monitor and present project updates to relevant stakeholders, clients, or project team members.