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The Univeristy of Hartford Department of Architecture is growing! Our incoming first year student enrollment is the biggest ever. Our year-to-year retention is also at record levels. Consequently, we are looking for several adjuncts for the Fall 2023 semester. The following are the available courses:

ADT 110P Introduction to Architectural Graphics
4 credit(s) High Impact Practice: First Year Seminar
This course focuses on integrating lectures and studio classes to develop students’ understanding of the methods, media, and materials used in the communication of design. Students practice graphic and verbal presentation techniques.
Two lecture hours, six lab hours.

Section: Tuesday (T) and Thursday (R)/8:30a – 11:50a

ADT 231 Introduction to Digital Tools
3 credit(s)
This is an introductory course on various computer software and applications used in contemporary architectural communications. The course covers basic image processing, 2D and 3D modeling, and fabrication tools. The goal is to establish fundamental skill sets for undergraduate students to effectively use standard computer software and hardware to produce, represent, and print (2D and 3D) their architectural designs. Three lecture hours.

Section: Tuesday (T) and Thursday (R)/8:30a – 9:45a
Section: Friday (F)/9:30 – 12:20

ADT 232 Materials and Methods of Construction
4 credit(s)
Using multimedia lecture formats as well as construction-site observation, materials and methods of construction will be studied in depth. The consequences, costs, and technology of construction materials from concrete through masonry, steel, and finishes will be explored. Professional office organization and the integration of other disciplines are studied.
Two lecture hours, six lab hours.

Section: Tuesday (T) and Thursday (R)/6:00p – 9:50p

ADT 233 Architectural Design II (2nd year studio)
4 credit(s)
This course focuses on the design of small buildings with emphasis on schematic and presentation drawings and model building. The course will explore the analysis and synthesis of architectural form generated by program requirements, physical systems, spatial organization, available technologies, and review of historic precedents and aesthetics.
Two lecture hours, six lab hours.

Sections: Monday (M), Tuesday (T), Thursday (R)/2:10p – 4:50p

ADT 352P Architectural Design IV (3rd year studio)
4 credit(s) High Impact Practice: Collaborative Learning
An architectural studio course with a focus on the design of buildings with an increased complexity and scale in a contextual setting. A systematic site and environmental analysis and design of a preliminary master plan will be followed by an architectural project exploring the formal and functional fundamentals of design. Two lecture hours, six lab hours.

Section: Tuesday (T), Thursday (R), Friday(F)/2:10p – 4:50p

ADT 355 Strength of Materials
4 credit(s)
Theory and application of engineering mechanics are studied. The use of free-body diagrams and static equilibrium of forces is emphasized. Included are moment of forces, resultant of forces, couple systems, and transmissibility of forces. The relation between externally applied loads and induced internal forces within structural members is investigated. Analysis of statically determinate structures, such as trusses and beams, is studied. Axial, shear, and bending moment diagrams and their relationship are introduced and reviewed in depth. In the second part of the course, discussed are stress-and-strain distributions over the critical cross-section of structural members subjected to axial forces, bending moments, and torsion. Analysis of statically indeterminate structures using deformation compatibility is introduced. Beam-deflection calculation methods are discussed, with emphasis on using the moment-area method. Three lecture hours, and three lab hours.

Section: Tuesday (T) and Thursday (R)/8:30a – 11:10a
Section: Tuesday (T) and Thursday (R)/2:10p – 4:50p

ADT 358 Architectural Computer Modeling and Rendering
3 credit(s)
This course will take the student from initial architectural computer 3-D modeling theory and techniques through “walkthroughs,” “fly-bys,” and animation. The focus will be on creating presentations that represent project goals. The goals include space representation, materials selection and representation, lighting, visualization and presentation image hierarchy. These goals will be accomplished with a series of short exercises and culminate in a final project. The overriding focus will be on using computers in presenting architectural projects in the real world. Two lecture hours, four lab hours.

Section: Tuesday (T) and Thursday (R)/6:00p – 7:50p
Section: Tuesday (T) and Thursday (R)/8:00p – 9:50p

ADT 362 Advanced Computer Applications in Architecture
4 credit(s)
Using software currently used in professional offices, students will understand the application of the software and how the software can be interlaced; students will develop their own applications. Laboratory exercises will parallel lecture material. A culminating project will be expected, showing a major application interlacing the various software. Software includes CAD, spreadsheets, database, scheduling, graphics, and Web. Two lecture hours, six lab hours.

Section: Monday (M)/6:00p – 10:00p

Contact: James E. Fuller, AIA NCARB -
Department Chair and Associate Professor of Architecture

Fellner Architects, a small firm located in East Haddam, CT, is seeking a full or part-time architectural designer. FA’s diverse range of project types include hospitality, municipal, commercial, industrial, healthcare, multi-family housing, and custom residential projects. Each member of our team is involved in all phases of conceptual design/development, construction documents, and construction.

Qualifications include:

• B.Arch degree and a minimum of 3-8 years of professional experience.
• Proficient in AutoCAD and Sketchup.
• Strong presentation, organizational, collaboration, and communication skills.
• Self-motivated, creative, and team-oriented individual.
• Strong interest in personal growth.

Send cover letter, resume, and work samples to George Fellner, AIA,

Post until 6/10/2023

Project Manager  - Vermont

Centerline Architects & Planners, an award-winning architectural firm in Bennington and Burlington, seeks a Project Manager to manage and oversee projects through completion. This person should be an experienced, self-motivated design professional who can utilize current technologies to achieve an excellent project outcome.

A successful candidate should meet these qualifications:
• Bachelor's or master's degree from an accredited architecture program
• Minimum three years of post-graduate professional experience in residential, commercial, educational, and institutional projects
• Strong attention to detail with accuracy
• Proficiency in CAD, SketchUp, Revit, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and
Adobe Creative Suite
• Strong organizational, communication, and time management skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects efficiently and successfully
• Experience with projects ranging in size and complexity
• Comfortable working collaboratively and independently

Benefits include a competitive salary based on experience, healthcare, paid vacation, holidays, sick leave, and a retirement plan with matching.

Qualified Candidates: Send resume and cover letter to

Post until 7/5/2023

The State of Connecticut Department of Administrative Services (DAS) is now accepting applications from qualified individuals for a Construction Services Associate Project Manager position.

Construction Services Project Management operates in three teams, each lead by an Assistant Director of Project Management (ADPM). These teams include Project Managers, Associate Project Managers, and Assistant Project Managers who manage the State’s vertical construction and renovation projects. The division is collectively responsible for over $1,500,000,000 in design and construction projects for twenty-four (24) State Agencies.


  • Monday - Friday
  • Full-time (40 hours per week)
  • First shift (preferred hours 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM)
  • Location:  450 Columbus Boulevard in Hartford, CT
  • Hybrid work environment (combination of on-site and remote work)

More information

Post until 6/15/2023

Preservation Connecticut is seeking qualifications from architects and structural engineers to provide design and structural engineering reports on an as needed basis.

Those interested should send electronically a cover letter, resume, hourly rates and/or fee structure by June 2nd. Please visit for more information and submission form.

Post until 6/30/2023

MAIER design group has a design team opening in Hartford, CT. Ideal candidate will have 6+ years of experience, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently & collaboratively.

REVIT proficiency is required, knowledge of Auto-CAD helpful. NCARB track and LEED certification is a plus.  Must be eligible to work in the US.  Submit resume and portfolio to:

Post until 6/26/2023

Office Manager/Full Charge Bookkeeper to carry out administrative tasks to ensure the office runs smoothly on a daily basis. This includes doing bookkeeping (QuickBooks and Time Tracker) and administrative,  and financial activities. The Office Manager has the responsibility of ordering office supplies.

Contact: Bennett Sullivan Associates Inc. at

Post until 6/26/2023

Banwell Architects, located in Lebanon, NH is seeking a talented, energetic architect to join our team. Banwell is an innovative, dynamic design studio with a diverse portfolio. While we have traditionally focused on educational environments, we service a variety of diverse clientele throughout New England. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of architecture around the New England area.

Requirements: an architecture degree, professional experience in an architecture office, with an emphasis on commercial architecture. Experience producing construction documents in a fast-paced environment. Candidates must demonstrate excellent digital skills and be proficient with Revit. Knowledge of: AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator and 3D modeling software is a plus.

Benefits Include:
• Competitive Salary
• Comprehensive Benefits Package
• Paid Vacation, Sick Time and Holidays
• Health Insurance
• 401(K) after first year
• Ability to work on a wide range of different project types
• Fun & Friendly Office with a motto “Work Hard, Play Hard!”

Lebanon is in the vibrant Upper Valley area that is just minutes from Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. It has been classified as one of the “100 Best Small Towns in America” by author Norman Crampton. It is a wonderful area to live, work and raise a family!

Please email your résumé and letter of interest to Barbara Parker at

Post until 6/21/2023

Amenta Emma is a thriving, creative, inclusive environment – a design-forward, award-winning firm with offices in Hartford, Boston, and New York. Our diverse range of projects challenge designers to imagine how great design, exploration, and innovation can create meaningful experiences for our clients and end-users. Our commitment to best practices in sustainability and equity ensures that with each project, we leave the world a better place.

Candidates who possess a great attitude and the ability to engage with a highly energized, collaborative team will build a rewarding career. With a dedicated staff of 30+, we pay close attention to individual strengths and continually foster professional growth.

We are seeking Project Architects (12+yrs) to join our Hartford and Boston offices. Candidates must have excellent problem-solving, verbal and graphic presentation skills.

Candidates will have the opportunity to contribute to project teams on a broad range of project types and scales, in collaborative work environments. Please visit our website to read the full job descriptions.

Post until 6/7/2023

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