Carleton Hart Architecture focuses on projects that are community based and people oriented. CHA has a diverse range of projects, including mixed-use developments, multifamily and special-needs housing, community and cultural centers, civic buildings, aviation, and general commercial developments. Our 30-person firm is a dynamic team of problem solvers, creatives and collaborators that share a sincere interest in developing projects that have a positive impact. CHA strives to create architecture that seamlessly integrates the program with the natural and social environments.
Carleton Hart Architecture seeks a collaborative individual with a balance of technical knowledge, design ability, communication skills, and leadership qualities. We are … more
Carleton Hart Architecture is searching for a dynamic and creative individual to facilitate our marketing efforts and support our leadership team as we strengthen our core markets and expand our project types. CHA is a mission driven firm that has dedicated its work to enriching people’s lives and building stronger communities. We are looking for a team member that shares our passion and understands the importance of maintaining sound business and marketing principles.
Coordinate process and produce submissions for Request for Proposals and Request for Qualifications
Design and production of all promotional materials, both digital and print
Maintain marketing library including project photography, … more
On May 19 Carleton Hart participated in a new symposium hosted by AIA Portland, Future Vision: The Value Proposition for Equity. Our own Bill Hart, Jennifer Hoffman and Julia Mollner participated in a panel discussion on the firm’s ongoing efforts to foster an equitable workplace. Keynote speaker, communications expert Denise Harrington of DMH Consulting Group, LLC recapped the day’s events with an inspiring view on actions we can take in our daily lives to help each other promote equity in our industry.
The day-long event was created by the AIA ForWARD (Forum for Women in Architecture and Related Design) Committee. Other speakers … more
We had a successful groundbreaking for the Beatrice Morrow project with PCRI, Gerding Edlen, and Colas Construction. Mayor Ted Wheeler, Commissioner Dan Saltzman, PCRI’s Maxine Fitzpatrick, and Dr. Holt spoke about the significance of this project to the NE neighborhood. Read more here.
In honor of International Women’s Day, AIA Portland | The Center for Architecture and Howard S. Wright Construction Co. sponsored a screening of “Sista in the Brotherhood,” a short film that follows a black tradeswoman on a new job site and examines the sexist and racist discrimination experienced everyday by women in the trades. The screening was followed by a discussion with Dawn Jones Redstone the film’s director, and Portland State University Professor more
Construction is progressing at the Hill Park Apartments. We love to get out of the office and take a firsthand look at projects-in-construction whenever we get the chance. On March 2, a group of CHA-ers toured Hill Park Apartments. Built on a difficult site at a busy intersection near downtown Portland, Hill Park provides affordable studio and one bedroom apartments. The design utilizes staggered studs to maximize energy efficiency, solar panels to generate part of the building’s power on site, and remedies the previous petroleum contamination of the former gas station. Thanks to Colas Construction Inc, Central City Concernmore
CHA proudly attended the Grand Opening of the NAYA Generations yesterday, celebrating the Native American Youth and Family Association’s completion of their 40 home, inter-generational community. The mission of NAYA Generations is to provide stability and support for children in foster care, parents wishing to adopt, and community elders looking to support younger generations. Thank you to NAYA, Guardian Real Estate, LMC Construction, BC Group, Portland Public Schools, OHCS, NOAH, PHB, Enterprise Community Investment, JP Morgan Chase, Meyer Memorial Trust and the rest of the team who brought this project to life.
Construction is underway! We enjoy working with Bridge Meadows and Walsh Construction again as Bridge Meadows builds on the success of their first development in North Portland. Bridge Meadows Beaverton will bring 41 new units of inter-generational housing to Central Beaverton to build place, permanence, and purpose for foster youth, adoptive parents, and elders. It is scheduled to open in the summer of 2017.
Check out the groundbreaking featured on KOIN: http://koin.com/2016/09/07/bridge-meadows-breaks-ground-in-beaverton/
We will be participating in the 2017 A&AA Recruitment Fair at University of Oregon on Thursday, February 23rd from 11am to 4pm. We hope to see you there!
For more info: http://pods.uoregon.edu