Current Employment Opportunities:

Project Manager:

We expect our project managers to both design and manage projects.   Obviously, you need to be a good project architect before you can be a manager.   For that reason, we require our PMs to be licensed architects.   Also, we prefer a PM to be experienced in Revit since most of our projects are produced that way.   Salary is commensurate with experience and ability.   We figure if you are moving from one firm to another, you are probably looking for a raise.  We will make you a competitive offer.  Benefits include health insurance, 3 weeks’ vacation, cell phone, and a window seat with a great view.   Give us a call to discuss your situation and our opportunity.  Or you can drop us a note at  

Intern Architect:

Our interns learn to be great architects.   To be a great architect, you need to be a licensed architect.  As soon as you get here, that is our goal.  We are a Revit-based practice.   Hopefully you are already experienced in Revit; but, if not, we can help with that.   To be a great architect, you need to have a sense of good design.   A college degree means that your professors thought you had that.   They probably told you to put a portfolio together.   We would love to see it.  In exchange, we’ll show you ours.   To be a great architect, you need to be a good communicator.   We are a small firm.   Every one of our staff communicates directly with our clients, consultants, and contractors.  Good communicators are also good listeners.   To be a great architect, you need to be organized.   A good example of something that does not look organized is the desk in our principal’s office.   But he will tell you that if you keep a list of things needed for each project, know how to put things away, and can find stuff when you need it, then you are getting there.  A great architect has lots of experience doing all things architects do: design, graphics, budgets, planning, construction documents, bidding, construction administration, continuing education, interiors, sustainable design, and energy efficient design, to name a few.  Being a great architect means you have experience working on a wide variety of project types.   Rather than a larger firm that specializes in a few things, we do lots of things such as schools, office buildings, libraries, animal shelters, retail, restaurants, hospitality, medical, multi-family, renovation, restoration, custom homes, and more.   We know that makes us better architects. And that is the fun part, doing it. Interested in becoming a great architect?   Give us a call or drop us a note at

Employment Contacts:

For inquiries regarding potential employment opportunities, please contact one of our two offices below:

Kansas City Area Office:

Terry Tevis, AIA, NCARB

10820 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Suite 201
Shawnee KS, 66203

Topeka Office:

David Heit, AIA, NCARB

1250 SW Oakley Ave, Suite 200
Topeka KS, 66604