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We’re Hiring: Architect / Architectural Designer [position filled]

Architect / Architectural Designer Position 

CNH Architects, an innovative, established mid-sized architectural firm located in Apple Valley, MN, is seeking an Architect or Architectural Designer to fill an immediate, full-time position.  The challenging position will afford the opportunity to work on all phases of each project from programming and design through construction documents, bidding and construction administration in the office and on site.  The position will include a wide variety of commercial designs including governmental clients particularly fire station facilities, industrial, early-childhood education, vehicle service, recreational, office, and retail buildings.   

Candidates must meet the following requirements: 

  • Completed a professional degree in an accredited B Arch or M Arch program. 
  • Have a proficiency in Revit. 

The following qualifications are beneficial: 

  • 3 to 6 years experience preferred 
  • Skilled in Enscape and Adobe Creative Suite. 
  • Experience in both commercial and public sector projects. 
  • Good communication skills and experience with client contact. 

CNH offers excellent salary, complete benefit package with growth opportunities. 

Please e-mail resumes to cnh@cnharch.com. 

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Burnsville Fire Station No. 1: Coming Soon

CNH’s largest fire station to date, the City of Burnsville’s Fire Station No. 1 is home to a crew of all full-time firefighters and more than 44,000 SF with 10 apparatus bays. Firefighter safety was one of nine top priorities for the station. Multiple contamination zones and a designated de-contamination area will allow firefighters to keep contaminated equipment and clothing in the apparatus bay until decontaminated. Another priority in the design was firefighter mental health. A warning system that slowly ramps up with alert tones and lighting while only alerting responding staff ensures firefighters are not awoken in an abrupt manner. The station includes areas for relaxation with different lighting to promote natural sleep rhythms, as well as a yoga studio and meditation garden. Extensive firefighter training features including Firefighter 1 and advanced training elements are another highlight of the station.