Sports Architect    
Date submitted: 2009-12-09  

Firm info:
For more than 60 years, NBBJ, a leading global architecture and design firm, has helped companies and organizations create innovative places. From top-performing world headquarters including Reebok, Starbucks and Telenor to state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, NBBJ has designed communities, buildings, environments and digital experiences that enhance people s lives. The firm has nine offices worldwide, including Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Columbus, New York, London, Dubai, Beijing and Shanghai. NBBJ Los Angeles studio has designed some of the world s most progressive corporate, civic and entertainment facilities, including the Asia World Expo, the L.A. Staples Center, and Samsan Sports Zone in Korea.
location: Los Angeles, CA


NBBJ Los Angeles is seeking a proven Sports Architect to join integrated project teams working on projects internationally and domestically.
salary: Competitive

12+ years of professional experience in Architecture; prior experience working on profession and academic sports facilities required. Demonstrated experience designing and planning sports facilities of various sizes that demonstrate design excellence, and innovative planning principals, Must be a team player and mentor with a proven track record of success working with teams, clients, sub-consultants and vendors while completing large, complex projects; Ability to complete applicable documents for entire project accurately and according to the latest regulations, codes; and best practices Talent for leading and facilitating the decision making process throughout the project; Proven fiscal accountability and responsibility; Ability and willingness to travel as the project requires; Affinity for developing and implementing a management work plan for the overall project. Demonstrates creativity, foresight and a mature architectural judgment in anticipating and solving complex architectural challenges. Fundamental Revit and other 2d and 3d modeling understanding. Licensure desired

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