Openings

At CRGA you will have the opportunity to grow and learn in a caring environment. Our senior staff members serve as mentors. We provide support during the IDP process by providing opportunities for you to work on all aspects of a project and to receive guidance from licensed architects to advance your knowledge base. We provide training opportunities through our continuing education program to expand your knowledge and technical skills. We also encourage the pursuit of advanced certifications.

We foster a collaborative team-oriented environment. Staff members have the opportunity to work with different teams on a variety of projects. At CRGA you will never get “pigeon-holed” into a specific role. We empower our team members, encourage growth, and provide opportunities for you to achieve your personal and professional goals.

 

 

Project Architect/Manager

  • Registered Architect with experience in healthcare and senior living projects of all types and scale

  • 8 to 10+ years minimum experience, working in teams and leading/managing projects

  • Revit, high proficiency with interest/ability in developing and maintaining office Revit protocols and serving as a knowledge resource for other project teams

 

Staff Architect

  • Generalist with experience in a variety of projects types and scale—but with an interest in becoming a healthcare specialist

  • 4 to 6+ years minimum experience, working in teams and leading small projects

  • Revit, high proficiency required

 

Junior Interior Designer

  • Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design

  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience, preferably with experience in the specification of commercial furnishings.

  • Experience with AutoCad and Revit software required.

  • Healthcare design experience preferred.

 

 

Internships at CRGA

By its very nature, the architecture industry is constantly evolving. There are always new trends to recognize, technologies to implement, and concepts waiting to be discovered. Internships serve to promote a unique workplace experience for both young professionals and mid-level to senior staff by creating a mutual learning experience – interns are able to learn from those more experienced in the industry, while staff members also learn from interns by garnering unique, fresh perspectives from students. Our program strives to boost workplace wellness while encouraging the generation and exchange of ideas. By providing educational resources to interns, CRGA hopes to bridge the experience gap between the two groups while cultivating lasting mentor/mentee relationships. 

 
 

PATH TO PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

The path to professional licensure requires designers to accumulate expertise in several experience areas as defined by the Architectural Experience Program (AXP). At least 1,860 of the 3,740 hours required to complete the AXP must be performed for an architecture firm – as a result, CRGA offers a mentorship program for all interns that assists in the accumulation of supervised hours. CRGA’s Intern Development Program aims to immerse young designers in the culture and day-to-day activities of the firm, while simultaneously preparing them for a lifelong career in the architecture industry.

 
 

AREAS OF EXPERIENCE

Through shadowing opportunities and direct, hands-on projects, interns will gain valuable experience in the following six AXP designated experience areas:

  1.  Practice Management Tasks

  2.  Project Management Tasks

  3.  Programming & Analysis Tasks

  4.  Project Planning & Design Tasks

  5.  Project Development & Documentation Tasks

  6.  Construction & Evaluation Tasks

 

 
Having the opportunity to intern at a firm as capable and accomplished as CRGA has brought unmatchable advantages to both my educational and professional career. The office atmosphere and dedicated staff have made my transition from studio to the professional setting an easy one. As an intern, I have been given the opportunity to be involved with all levels of a project, from design decisions to the completion of construction documents. Each member of the office has taken the time to make sure that I understand the aspects of each of these stages and feel comfortable within the office. This firm has truly allowed me to grow as both a designer and a professional.
— Sarah Gilloran, University of Maryland

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living and working in

Annapolis

CRGA is located in Annapolis, Maryland, just a short drive from the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore regions. As the sailing capital of the world and the home of the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis is one of America’s premier maritime centers, attracting more than four million visitors from around the world each year. 

Since 1970, the U.S. Sailboat and Powerboat Shows have been held annually on the historic City Dock—the city’s downtown focal point meeting at the water’s edge. Local restaurants and shops line the City Dock to give Annapolis a very unique character and charm. 

Annapolis has a thriving cultural scene, filled with live theater, a local symphony, ballet, and opera, and dozens of art galleries and concert venues. No matter what the season, Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay is alive with a host of events and festivals designed for all ages.

There is no shortage of inspiration to be found among our city’s distinct culture, cuisine, nightlife, art, and architecture. Hear what some of our employees have to say about living and working in Annapolis:
 

“Living and working in Annapolis allows me to be close to major cities like Washington D.C. and Baltimore, but I can also step out of my front door and be in our historic waterfront downtown in just 10 minutes. It’s a perfect balance for designers to be able to gain inspiration from nature but also to be immersed in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area.”
— Christopher G. Harms, EDAC


“Annapolis is a historic town full of diversity, new experiences, and culture. One of my favorite things to do is walk downtown and see the 18th century brick homes and the sailboats in the harbor. I consider Annapolis to be a perfectly sized town with so much to offer – it’s a great place to live and work." 
— Juan Cárdenas

 
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