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ARCHITECT

At James Heimler, Architect, Inc. (JHAI) We are looking in to the future. We are looking to add an experienced Architect to our team. We care about the success of all our employees, our clients, and the environment. We are a driven sustainable design firm which focuses on every aspect of our design, services, and business management. We are looking for an interested and driven architect who would appreciate the training we will provide to grow within our company. The position will entail defining code issues, project design and review, management over projects from residential, commercial, instutitiional, and industrual, employees and consultants, and requires responsibility and leadership experience. Applicants must be licensed California Architects and be willing to hit the ground running. This opportunity comes with the possibility of growth within the company to potentially become a Co-Owner in the firm after a period of time. If you meet these qualifications and want a diversified architectural career please contact our office to schedule an appointment. Contact us via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or call 818-343-5393

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, martial status or medical condition.  


SENIOR DESIGNERS - PROJECT MANAGERS - ARCHITECTS

James Heimler, Architect, Inc (JHAI) is a mid-sized fast paced ‘green’ friendly office. We are looking to hire detail oriented Senior Designers - Project Managers all with excellent Revit and/or AutoCAD 2017 skills. Experience in all phases of architectural services, detailed plans & specifications, excellent communication skills (written & verbal); the ability to multi-task projects; strong knowledge of government codes and DSA requirements is helpful. The company handles a wide range of projects including: residential, mixed use, Public Schools, industrial, commercial, and Tenant Improvement projects. Contact us via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 818-343-5393.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status or medical condition. Contact us via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or call 818-343-5393

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, martial status or medical condition.  


UCLA - Stunt Ranch

This 7,450 S.F. project had a budget of $850,000 and was to be a 'super green' Environmental Research Facility for UCLA/Stunt Ranch located in the Santa Monica Mountains. The buildings included a museum, library, classrooms, living quarters, and the support spaces - all designed into an accessible hillside property. This project incorporated a passive heating and cooling system with back up high efficiency pellet burning stoves/fireplaces. There was a Grey water system collecting and storing roof rain water; solar collectors with the on-site reservoir used as a heat and thermal storage system; on-site trash recycling; and photovoltaic shingle roofing. There was to be rolled batten roofing to protect from the fire close to the trees. Also, improvements in the functionality of the site were to be included such as a raised plaza for accessibility to the Amphitheater as well as sun protection from the west facing classrooms. At the same time eye-pleasing forms were not lost in the quest for functionality. Every view from every angle was to be taken into account in order to create an eye-pleasing sequence of spaces that would match the level of functionality that was to be achieved. This project, which we prepared a schematic design for back in 1997, was not completed due to landslide zone issues that we pointed out to our client the first week of the project.