Bread Loaf’s Architects work with clients to develop the concepts for buildings and turn those concepts into images and plans. Responsibilities include master planning, feasibility studies, site selection, land-use studies, code evaluation, permitting activities, energy conscious building design, and specifying the requirements for materials and building systems.

The Project Architect leads the project team during the design and pre-construction phase, coordinates the work engineers and consultants, manages IPM design services, and provides construction administration to make sure that installations follow the design, adhere to the drawings and specifications and meet Bread Loaf’s high quality standards.

Our Architects spend a great deal of time presenting their ideas to clients, planning boards and others. Communicating their unique vision persuasively is accomplished through the use of state of the art software such as Revit, 3-D based building information modeling (BIM) software. Our Project Architects listen carefully to our clients to understand their facility needs and with the support of our Architectural Designers and team members, create award winning design solutions.

The Department staff includes The Vice President of Architecture, Project Architects, Architectural Designers, Design Assistants, and the Architectural Coordinator.

  • Project Architect

    We are searching for Architects with strong design portfolios, the ability to think on their feet and solve problems. We want people who enjoy working in a team environment and are interested in the design/build approach. The ideal candidate will have the ability to meet with clients to review...

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  • Designer

    We are looking for Designers with strong design portfolios, the ability to think on their feet and solve problems to join our highly successful and diversified Architecture department. We want people who enjoy working in a team environment and are interested in the design/build approach. Ideal candidates will have...

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