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Become An Architectural Internship

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Working As An Architectural Internship

  • Thinking Creatively
  • Drafting, Laying Out, and Specifying Technical Devices, Parts, and Equipment
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards
  • Mostly Sitting

  • Stressful

  • $49,710

    Average Salary

What Does An Architectural Internship Do At Page Southerland Page, Inc.

* Participating in client and team meetings;
* Project work through SD, DD, CD and CA phases;
* Reviewing architectural documents for potential conflict with all disciplines;
* Implementing RFIs and change orders.
* Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Architecture preferred.
* years of previous experience at an Architectural Firm.
* Practical REVIT experience required.
* Should possess a desire to become LEED accredited as well as a Registered Architect.
* Strong knowledge of codes.
* Good planning skills
* Page offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
* To learn more about the firm, go to www.pagethink.com for additional career opportunities log on to www.pagethink.com/index/php/careers.httml
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* Job ID: 2017
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What Does An Architectural Internship Do At The Falcon Group

* You will be exposed to many workings of an Architectural/Engineering firm.
* Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, on-site inspection assistance of existing building structures, inspection assistance with site renovation work and/or building renovation work.
* On-site inspection assistance is for the purpose of collecting data and documentation, taking photographs and securing measurements for reports and renderings, and verifying existing site conditions.
* Inspections may include checking the existing construction methods and materials against the original design plans, documents and applicable codes.
* Substantial Auto CAD assistance including mark-ups / redlining.
* Projects may include the intern assisting with the responsibility of overseeing the quantities of materials for various projects; submit or pick up plans to/from local building departments on behalf of The Falcon Group; assist with the review of building department plan responses; verify status of building permits.
* Standard office assistance may also be required, as responsibilities may be modified or reallocated depending upon the active projects in place during the time of the internship.
* ACAD assistance may also be needed, as well as assist with site visits, inspections, and construction observation.
* Assistance to Falcon Senior Team Members site analysis, design development, technical specifications, and design input may be required as well as assistance with coordinating work with the local teams, remote teams, subcontractors, engineers/architects/project managers, consultants, building officials, and clients

What Does An Architectural Internship Do At The Walt Disney Company

* Landscape, Irrigation and Area Development (AD) design, specifically.
* AD includes themed paving, railings, and site furnishings.
* Familiarity with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its application to the outdoor environment is important.
* In addition to the list of projects noted above, landscape architectural support of the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is included.
* This can encompass design as well as installation support.
* In addition to working with the Architecture & Facilities Engineering design teams, there is a close working relationship with Disney’s Horticulture team.
* Your responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
* Research of existing conditions/documentation and data collection
* Conceptual design through bid & construct document preparation
* Field observations during construction

What Does An Architectural Internship Do At Cooper Cary

* Specific responsibilities of the Intern Architect may include, but are not limited to, the following:
* Develop hand drawing, rendering, and model building skills.
* Prepare presentation drawings.
* Produce design and construction documents, as directed.
* Meet task and project deadlines.
* Work to achieve Client's goals.
* Communicate an understanding of task assignments and expectations.
* Develop design skills.
* Explore alternate design approaches as directed by Project Architect/Design Architect.
* Inform Project Team Leaders of potential project opportunities.
* Develop visual and presentation skills.
* Undertake job related research, as directed.
* Gain an understanding of building systems, codes, and construction methods.
* Develop computer software skills (Revit, CADD, Photoshop, sketch-up, word, excel, etc.)
* Develop and maintain knowledge of Cooper Carry projects and resources.
* Promote a collaborative team atmosphere.
* ADDITIONAL EXPECTATIONS
* Intern Architects are expected to:
* Seek architectural registration.
* Participate in professional/community organization and activities.
* Take advantage of continuing education and seminar opportunities

What Does An Architectural Internship Do At Cannondesign

* Assist with conceptual design, construction documents, material research, code analysis and preliminary specifications.
* Review shop drawing submittals under the direction of the Project Architect.
* Prepare and develop elevations, wall sections and section details.
* Communicate with other disciplines to ensure coordination of project documents.
* Attend and actively participate in project team meetings

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How To Become An Architectural Internship

There are typically three main steps to becoming a licensed architect: completing a professional degree in architecture, gaining relevant experience through a paid internship, and passing the Architect Registration Examination.

Education

In all states, earning a professional degree in architecture is typically the first step to becoming an architect. Most architects earn their professional degree through a 5-year Bachelor of Architecture degree program, intended for students with no previous architectural training. Many earn a master’s degree in architecture, which can take 1 to 5 years in addition to the time spent earning a bachelor’s degree. The amount of time required depends on the extent of the student’s previous education and training in architecture.

A typical bachelor’s degree program includes courses in architectural history and theory, building design with an emphasis on computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), structures, construction methods, professional practices, math, physical sciences, and liberal arts. Central to most architectural programs is the design studio, where students apply the skills and concepts learned in the classroom to create drawings and three-dimensional models of their designs.

Currently, 34 states require that architects hold a professional degree in architecture from one of the 123 schools of architecture accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). State licensing requirements can be found at the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). In the states that do not have that requirement, applicants can become licensed with 8 to 13 years of related work experience in addition to a high school diploma. However, most architects in these states still obtain a professional degree in architecture.

Training

All state architectural registration boards require architecture graduates to complete a lengthy paid internship—generally 3 years of experience—before they may sit for the Architect Registration Examination. Most new graduates complete their training period by working at architectural firms through the Intern Development Program (IDP), a program run by NCARB that guides students through the internship process. Some states allow a portion of the training to occur in the offices of employers in related careers, such as engineers and general contractors. Architecture students who complete internships while still in school can count some of that time toward the 3-year training period.

Interns in architectural firms may help design part of a project. They may help prepare architectural documents and drawings, build models, and prepare construction drawings on CADD. Interns may also research building codes and write specifications for building materials, installation criteria, the quality of finishes, and other related details. Licensed architects will take the documents that interns produce, make edits to them, finalize plans, and then sign and seal the documents.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

All states and the District of Columbia require architects to be licensed. Licensing requirements typically include completing a professional degree in architecture, gaining relevant experience through a paid internship, and passing the Architect Registration Examination.

Most states also require some form of continuing education to keep a license, and some additional states are expected to adopt mandatory continuing education. Requirements vary by state but usually involve additional education through workshops, university classes, conferences, self-study courses, or other sources.

A growing number of architects voluntarily seek certification from NCARB. This certification makes it easier to become licensed across states, because it is the primary requirement for reciprocity of licensing among state boards that are NCARB members. In 2014, approximately one-third of all licensed architects had the certification.

Advancement

After many years of work experience, some architects advance to become architectural and engineering managers. These managers typically coordinate the activities of employees and may work on larger construction projects.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Architects must understand the content of designs and the context in which they were created. For example, architects must understand the locations of mechanical systems and how those systems affect building operations.

Communication skills. Architects share their ideas, both in oral presentations and in writing, with clients, other architects, and workers who help prepare drawings. Many also give presentations to explain their ideas and designs.

Creativity. Architects design the overall look of houses, buildings, and other structures. Therefore, the final product should be attractive and functional.

Organizational skills. Architects often manage contracts. Therefore, they must keep records related to the details of a project, including total cost, materials used, and progress.

Technical skills. Architects need to use CADD technology to create plans as part of building information modeling (BIM).

Visualization skills. Architects must be able to see how the parts of a structure relate to each other. They also must be able to visualize how the overall building will look once completed.

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Real Architectural Internship Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Architect Intern Omnia Group Ltd. New York, NY Sep 01, 2015 $150,514
Architectural Intern, Senior MBH Architects Alameda, CA May 12, 2016 $88,982
Architect Intern II Boulder Associates, Inc. San Francisco, CA Dec 13, 2015 $88,000
Intern Architect (Associate) Safdie Architects Somerville, MA Jan 26, 2016 $85,000
Intern Architect Studio Link-Arc, LLC New York, NY Jun 30, 2015 $83,387
Senior Intern Architect Archilier Inc. New York, NY Mar 17, 2015 $83,387
Architectural Intern III Boulder Associates San Francisco, CA Dec 28, 2015 $81,203
Intern Architect Rafael Vinoly Architects PC New York, NY Aug 20, 2016 $78,000
Intern Architect Rafael Vinoly Architects PC New York, NY Aug 20, 2016 $77,250
Intern Architect Gunn Meyerhoff Shay Architects PC Savannah, GA Sep 30, 2015 $76,357
Intern Architect Patel Architecture Inc. Rancho Mirage, CA Jun 14, 2016 $75,837
Intern Architect Patel Architecture Inc. Rancho Mirage, CA Oct 06, 2016 $75,837
Intern Architect Rafael Vinoly Architects PC New York, NY Sep 30, 2015 $75,000
Intern Architect Paymun Building & Development Inc. Lafayette, CA Sep 25, 2016 $72,982
Architectural Intern Clark Design Group PLLC Seattle, WA Jul 20, 2015 $54,500
Architectural Intern Huitt-Zollars, Inc. Houston, TX Sep 11, 2015 $54,500
Architectural Intern Render IPDS Inc. Northampton, MA Sep 21, 2016 $54,262
Architectural Intern Moody Nolan, Inc. Washington, DC Nov 01, 2016 $54,158
Architectural Intern Corgan Associates, Inc. San Francisco, CA Sep 04, 2015 $54,000
Architectural Intern Corgan Associates, Inc. Los Angeles, CA Mar 05, 2015 $54,000
Intern Architect III Perkins + Will, Inc. Los Angeles, CA Sep 02, 2015 $54,000
Architectural Intern MBH Architects, Inc. Alameda, CA Aug 30, 2016 $48,001
Architect (Intern) Studio V Architecture PLLC New York, NY Sep 01, 2015 $48,000
Intern Architect I Perkins + Will, Inc. Atlanta, GA Sep 01, 2016 $48,000
Architectural Intern Corgan Associates, Inc. Dallas, TX Sep 01, 2016 $48,000
Architect (Intern) Work Architecture Company PLLC New York, NY Jan 09, 2016 $48,000
Intern Architect Grimm and Parker Architecture, Inc. Calverton, MD Jul 09, 2016 $48,000 -
$53,000

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Top Skills for An Architectural Internship

ConstructionDocumentsArchitecturalDrawingsSchematicDesignAutoCADRevitArchitectureAdobePhotoshopConstructionAdministrationConstructionDrawingsGoogleSketchupResidentialProjectsFloorPlansFacilityConceptualDesignProjectManagementPresentationDrawingsMasterPlanShopDrawingsIllustratorArchitecturalDesignSitePlans

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Top Architectural Internship Skills

  1. Construction Documents
  2. Architectural Drawings
  3. Schematic Design
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Develop construction documents from design development drawings.
  • Served as project manager of commercial and educational projects * Coordinated engineering systems with architectural drawings
  • Developed schematic design presentations and presented to clients while working on multiple iterations.
  • Performed on site surveys & preparation of architectural drawings using Auto CAD.
  • Implemented Revit Architecture as the firm's operating software.

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