Architect – Atlanta, Georgia, USA | Works

Imagine a world where….

…young architects have the opportunity to:

Be creative.
Solve problems.
Take a seat at the table.
To learn. Grow. Collaborate.
Have a real mentor.
Be in the room where it’s happening.
Give back.

Imagine an award-winning architecture firm that listens. A professional home where your contributions are meaningful. A practice that elevates talent and nurtures leadership.

Our client recognizes that every architect is different. The company embraces the diverse personal and professional goals and desires of its colleagues while remaining focused on contributing meaningfully to their communities and the environment. With a focus on sustainability, the company has achieved many LEED “firsts” regionally and nationally, exceeding goals and setting new watermarks regardless of project type, location and challenges. climatic.

What is your professional background? What do you want to accomplish? How do you want to contribute?

1. An award-winning architecture firm keen to engage passionate architects with 2 to 10 years of experience with a thirst for more, 2. A diversified portfolio in the multi-family, hospitality, mixed-use, corporate and higher education sectors, 3. A real opportunity for professional development and discovery without ceiling.

Let’s talk. (in complete confidentiality of course)…

API Partners is a retained research and strategic consulting firm focused on professionals who design and manage the built environment. Our experience as design and construction professionals, licensed architects and designers, gives us a unique understanding of our clients’ requirements and expectations. Since 1995, API Partners has been anticipating the needs of our international clientele and supporting its growth and success.

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