Project Architect Healthcare

Los Angeles, California, United States | Full-time


 We are looking for a technically savvy architect in Los Angeles that exudes positivity, approaches the profession with a collaborative style, and a candidate with a special passion for working on healthcare projects for our California-based clients. If you want to experience an award-winning, progressive workplace, check us out at



Professional degree in Architecture

Architecture Licensure in CA is required

Title 24 experience is a plus

Proficiency with Revit and Bluebeam

Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office

7-12 years of relevant healthcare experience

Demonstrated experience working with and through OSHPD approvals is preferred


 Essential Skills and Responsibilities:

Responsible for meeting deadlines with high quality, thoughtful solutions in a fast-paced environment and manage client communication for multiple, fast-track projects simultaneously

Ability to graphically communicate an idea quickly, backed by strong technical capabilities regarding building construction and technologies.

Participation in the full design process from conceptual design through construction phase services as a manager of a project team.

Lead in-house team with preparation of existing conditions via site surveys and full entitlements analyses, as well as applicable code and accessibility reviews

Manage preparation of schematic design, design development, and construction documents with project team, consultants, contractors, and vendors

Oversee drawing and project coordination with the internal team as well as consultants and vendors

Manage and mentor internal project team of up to four people

Strong organizational skills.

Manage project finances including writing fee proposals and internal and external budgets

Navigate hearings with building and zoning officials regarding project approvals (locally & regionally)

Perform construction phase services and project close-outs



Travel is required.


At Bergmeyer, our culture of collaboration welcomes good ideas from wherever they come. We create project teams that thrive on inquiry and investigation, and encourage staff to cultivate new skills, take on additional responsibility, and offer meaningful contributions. We invest in our people with competitive compensation and benefits packages and by contributing to professional development expenses. We value those who are fun and interesting to work with and who make a positive impact on our projects and our workplace.



No agencies and no phone calls, please.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


The base salary will be estimated to be between $85,000 - $110,000 contingent on relevant experience plus profit sharing and benefits.