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Landscape Architect Wanted at Waterstreet Studio

04/01/2024 11:54 AM | Jennifer Thomas (Administrator)

Waterstreet  Studio,  a  regional  landscape  architecture  and  environmental  design  firm  with offices in Richmond and Charlottesville, is currently seeking talented landscape architects with 2-7 years of experience in design and construction documentation.

Our current commissions include urban/commercial site designs, resort/hospitality grounds, institutional campus planning/design, botanic gardens, residential farms, gardens and estates. As we expand our offices, we are looking for self-starters who are eager to learn, willing to work collaboratively and dedicated to creating beautiful and authentic landscapes.

Skills/Requirements of a successful candidate include but are not limited to:

•  Bachelor or Masters’ Degree in Landscape Architecture from an accredited program.
•  Advanced competency in AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Cloud, Lumion, GIS.
•  Proficiency in writing reports, technical documents, and general correspondence.
•   Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with clients and colleagues to perform expected duties.

Job Description The Landscape Architect is expected to work alongside the firm’s Principals, Project Directors and his/her peers managing design and production, project budgets, and timelines. Key elements of the position may include:

•   Design  and  Production  –  develop  analytical  and  illustrative  site  analysis  graphics, precedent studies and related materials; develop conceptual and schematic design alternatives for commercial, institutional, and residential master plans; develop Design Development and Construction Document sets for review, approvals, bidding and construction; attend client meetings, O/A/C and agency review meetings; respond to RFIs and generate field reports and construction sketches as necessary.

•   Project Management – work to ensure that project milestones and budgets are met and client / programmatic objectives satisfied. On select projects, serve as primary point of contact/interface with client representatives to present and explain design solutions, project timelines, budgets/billing, entitlement and construction processes. Provide production mentorship to support staff and peer groups.

•   Resource  Management  –  with  support  of  peers,  actively  contribute  to  ongoing development and maintenance of CAD and graphic standards, detail libraries, web and SM content.

Competitive Compensation & Benefits. Flexible & Collaborative Work Environment.

Interested parties may submit cover letter with salary expectation, preferred location, resume with references and portfolio to  or find additional information on our website at


8100 Three Chopt Road, OMG Suite 226

Richmond, VA 23229


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