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: Lonnie: 913-599-3003 or David: 785-234-6664
: Lenexa or Topeka, Kansas
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Tevis Architects interns learn to be great architects...

To be a great Architect, you need to be a licensed architect. As soon as you get here, that is our goal. We are a Revit-based practice. Hopefully, you are already experienced in Revit; but, if not, we can help with that.

To be a great Architect, you need to have a sense of good design. A college degree means that your professors thought you had that. They probably told you to put a portfolio together. We would love to see it.

To be a great Architect, you need to be a good communicator. We are a small firm. Every one of our staff communicates directly with our clients, consultants, and contractors. Good communicators are also good listeners.

To be a great Architect, you need to be organized. A good example of something that does not look organized is the desk in our principal’s office. But he will tell you that if you keep a list of things needed for each project, know how to put things away, and can find stuff when you need it, then you are getting there.

A great Architect has lots of experience doing all things architects do: design, graphics, budgets, planning, construction documents, bidding, construction administration, continuing education, interiors, sustainable design, and energy efficient design, to name a few.

Being a great Architect means you have experience working on a wide variety of project types. Rather than a larger firm that specializes in a few things, we do lots of things such as schools, office buildings, libraries, animal shelters, retail, restaurants, hospitality, medical, multi-family, renovation, restoration, custom homes, and more. We know that makes us better architects. And that is the fun part, doing it.

Interested in becoming a great Architect? Give us a call or drop us a note at accounting@tevisarchitects.com.
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