Architectural Intern & Project Manager
TBG is seeking talented and capable individuals who are committed to client service excellence, demonstrate a high degree of integrity and enjoy working in a team environment.
This full-time position requires a Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in the field of architecture and 1 to 3 years of previous professional experience in the field of architecture.
This full-time position requires a license to practice architecture and a minimum of 10 years of previous professional experience in the field of architecture. The successful candidate will be on TBG's leadership team, so effective leadership abilities are required for both project management and contribution to the success of the firm as a whole.
Please refer to our ads on Craigslist Eugene to view the complete job descriptions and to apply for these opportunities.
John Lawless, AIA
As the senior Principal of TBG Architects + Planners, John has been a team leader on a wide variety of projects involving specialized formats, group design dynamics, civic involvement and critical agency coordination. He has gained broad and effective experience in facilitating the exploration and examination of broad-reaching vision statements, design goals, comprehensive planning issues and evaluating and helping groups develop truly creative and innovative solutions to challenging problems.
JF Alberson, AIA
JF is one of TBG's principal resources for innovative and creative design. He actively facilitates and engages user groups in the design process and provides careful follow-through throughout a project. He has been a vital player in all facets of TBG's scope of project design services, including educational, commercial, retail, medical, site design and transportation applications.
JF brings his thoughtful attention to detail and creativity to all phases of a project, from conceptualization to construction administration. Working closely with each client, he strives to balance quality design aesthetics, practical construction principles and budget responsibility in all of his projects.
Kristen G. Taylor, CSBA
Planner/Senior Project Manager
As a Planner and Architectural Senior Project Manager at TBG Architects + Planners, Kristen brings a valuable and unique set of skills to the firm. She has over 25 years of broad educational and professional experience in the field of architecture and planning. As a team leader her expertise in sustainability and green building, strategic and land use planning, public process, needs assessments, market analysis, affordable housing, master and site planning, as well as her design, production and management of projects of various sizes both nationally and internationally is highly valued.
Using her creative problem-solving and effective project management skills, Kristen successfully and collaboratively navigates the complexities of planning and development, which has earned her respect from her peers and public jurisdictions, and great praise from our clients.
Matt Matthews, AIA
Since joining the firm in 2005, Matt has managed major projects in the medical and retail realm, including complex expansion and retrofit integration of projects with historic challenges, high-tech medical/laboratory work, as well as further upgrading of the UO Recreation Center. Previously Matt was a Facilities Project Manager for Washington State University.
Matt's coordination, attention to detail and project management skills combined with architectural reality knowledge and thoughtful analysis has helped him in a variety of tasks, including working directly with clients during the schematic design phase of higher education, medical, and retail projects, performing preliminary budget and schedule analysis during the project design development stage and collaborating with engineers, project architects, contractors and regulatory personnel.
Shane O'Neil, Associate AIA
Shane came to TBG after spending 5 years at a premiere architectural research laboratory and completing a Master of Science in Architecture at the University of Oregon. Shane brings a strong technical background in sustainable design, research and analysis to the TBG team. His work is informed by a careful consideration of the way design affects energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality and occupant productivity, health and well-being.
Jeanette received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines where she grew up. After graduating, she spent her first few years of her professional career working with a construction company in the Philippines where she gained invaluable experience in construction methods and process, which provided an excellent foundation for her continued education and practice of architecture. Striving to expand her global perspective, she moved to the United States to pursue and complete a Master of Architecture degree at Portland State University.
Learning from different cultures, she seeks to broaden her understanding of the link between architecture and people to better improve her design practice. She provides the best possible reflection of client aspirations through her graphic capabilities. Her enjoyment of different creative media, such as fashion design, further enriches her design awareness. Jeanette views architecture as a continuous process of discovery and a socially responsible form of art
Nicole CE. Lawless
Nicole's experience with architecture began while working in the University of Oregon Architecture and Allied Arts Library in 1990 while attending the School of Music to study voice. When she started at TBG as the receptionist in 1997 assisting with construction contract administration and grooming promotional materials were her primary tasks. Nicole's attention to detail and vigilance prepared her well to assume the responsibilities of bookkeeping and office management in 2000.