pwwg is an award-winning firm with 4 decades of experience in the craft of architecture and urban planning.

We work with clients to develop creative design solutions in places where physical, historical, cultural, and social conditions create complex architectural challenges. If you feel you would make a great addition to our team, please send your resume, cover letter, and work samples to humanresources@pwwgarch.com. Inquiries will be kept in confidence.

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Project Manager
November 2018

The PWWG Project Manager works in studio teams with Principals, other architects, and emerging professionals on design for a variety of building types including educational, institutional, cultural, multi-family residential and civic projects, from planning and new construction to renovation and adaptive reuse. Team members will use a multi-faceted design approach encompassing research, engagement, contextual analysis, and material and technological innovation. Integral to PWWG’s approach is a belief that sustainability is an essential component of architecture, extending beyond environmental stewardship to express the vital connection between our buildings and their surroundings.

A professional B. Arch or M. Arch degree and registration are required. The successful candidate will be creative and nimble, enthusiastic, highly organized, with strong references, demonstrated design skills and a record of leadership on a variety of projects. Expertise with Revit is essential to this position. LEED Accreditation is preferred but not required.

PWWG offers competitive salaries, generous 401k match, profit sharing and progressive policies on PTO and parental leave.

A minimum of 7 years of experience in the practice of architecture.

Project Architect
November 2018

The PWWG Project Architect works in studio teams with Principals, other architects, and emerging professionals on design for a variety of building types including educational, institutional, cultural, multi-family residential and civic projects, from planning and new construction to renovation and adaptive reuse. Team members will use a multi-faceted design approach encompassing research, engagement, contextual analysis, and material and technological innovation. Integral to PWWG’s approach is a belief that sustainability is an essential component of architecture, extending beyond environmental stewardship to express the vital connection between our buildings and their surroundings.

A B.S. Arch, B. Arch, or M. Arch degree is required. The successful candidate will be creative and nimble, enthusiastic, highly organized, with strong references, demonstrated design skills, and experience on projects of various scales. Expertise with Revit and 3D modeling in production work are essential to this position.

PWWG offers competitive salaries, generous 401k match, profit sharing and progressive policies on PTO and parental leave.

A minimum of 3 years of continuous experience in the practice of architecture.

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