Designer 4


Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects / Chicago, IL


Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects (SNHA) is an award winning architectural practice formed of the merger of Nagle Hartray Architects and Sheehan Partners, ltd. (SPARCH). This merger brought together the 50+ legacy and diversity of project types of the Nagle Hartray office with the technical experience and performance-driven design approach that had made SPARCH a leader in the design of mission critical facilities. With offices in Chicago and London, SNHA serves a diverse range of public, institutional, and corporate clients and an equally diverse range of project types including housing, early and higher education facilities, facilities for global technology leaders.


SNHA seeks a Designer 4 to prepare detailed drawings of architectural designs and plans for structures according to specifications provided by the client. Responsible for finished plans, specifications, and approval of materials and construction. Applies sound and diverse knowledge of architecture principles and practices in a broad array of assignments. Solve basic design/construction problems while receiving technical guidance on unusual or complex issues. Has primary responsibility for organization and preparation of the project documents and for the accuracy completeness and quality of the work contained in them. Works closely with supervisors, technical director and BIM director to develop workplans, prepare mock-up sets and generally organize and manage the preparation of the project documents.


Must have Master's in Architecture, plus 5 years of experience in the job offered, draftsman, CAD operator, architectural technician, or related. Must have the following gained through education or experience: extensive working knowledge of 3D design software such as Revit, Rhino, 3DS Max, Vray, and Grasshopper as well as the Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign); superior design skills related to the design of large and complex buildings, including mixed-use, educational, commercial, and/or mission critical facilities; working knowledge of US based codes, such as the current International Building Code, and standards related to accessibility and sustainability such as ADA, LEED, etc. and International project experience. To apply send resume to


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