HMA Architects (formerly Hagemeister & Mack Architects) was founded in 1988 and has been providing high quality design services to the area for 29 years. HMA is a firm founded on the principal of providing every client with the highest possible service utilizing state of the art computer modeling software from the programming phase through construction completion. As a mid-size firm we are able to accommodate larger projects while remaining “accessible” to the client. The firm is experienced in a wide variety of projects types including municipal, religious, multi-family housing, hospitality, military, healthcare and office.
HMA was established in 1988 by Richard Hagemeister and Murray Mack. In 1993 Mr. Hagemeister retired from the firm and Mr. Mack became the sole owner. The company became incorporated in the same year. Since 1993 the firm has seen steady growth and now maintains a staff of 12-14 professionals. The firm has steadily grown in personnel and experience in a wide variety of projects types.
It's the people that really make our firm what it is today and where we want to go in the future. We all have a true passion for the design and construction industry. Our passion is evident in the process we use to work with building owner's toward a successful project completion.
Currently hiring for the following positions: Project Manager / Job Captain
Candidates must demonstrate initiative and ability to contribute to our team, focus on innovative design solutions, HMA’s procedures, standards and quality expectations and client service.
Successful candidates should possess the following qualifications & skills:
-Bachelor’s or Masters of Architecture
-Minimum 3-5 years of experience in a variety of project types
-Experience using REVIT, AutoCAD 2017 Sketch-Up, Adobe Software, Lumion, Microsoft Office
-Strong interpersonal skills
-Must be highly organized with demonstrated ability in construction documents
-Specification writing and construction administration a plus
-Candidates must be committed to design excellence, sustainability and client satisfaction
-Architecture License or working toward licensure through IDP
-Experience in multiple construction types & techniques, such as precast, wood framing and steel
-Good understanding of the current building code and accessibility guidelines
-Active in the community (volunteering and/or public relations), preferred
Benefits include: paid vacation and holidays, 401(k) plan, pre-tax flexible spending, health savings account (HSA) and dental coverage
Competitive salary based on skill and experience
Qualified candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to: