Our friends & neighbours at Cafe Fortitude have engaged the POWE Architects team to assist them with fitting out their new cafe at Eagle Street Pier. Hustl’N Grind is now open.
POWE Architects is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic Architect with experience in the Senior Living sector to work on our aged care and retirement projects. Expertise in retail, mixed use, education, commercial, medium density or high-rise residential developments will also be an advantage.
This position requires proficient knowledge of ArchiCAD and an eagerness to be involved in the many aspects of the practice of architecture. Good drawing and communication skills and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team are essential. Revit candidates will be considered.
You will be part of a busy and creative studio environment in our modern premises in Wickham Street in Fortitude Valley – a vibrant location that accommodates our ever-increasing project and client commitments and is easily accessible via pubic transport.
The continued success of our practice is made possible by the dedication of our team, who provide a personal and friendly service and are committed to high professional and design standards.
Our broad range of clients benefit from our use of the best computer technology available to the industry, including the latest 3D virtual computer model software and our commitment to BIM.
Applicants should submit a covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to the Sierra Nuvo team and Tomkins Commercial Construction on topping out! An exciting milestone for everyone involved in delivering this apartment project.
The POWE Team are looking forward to seeing the façade revealed in built form…. stay tuned for these future updates.
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POWE Architects are proud to have attended the opening of the new Coles Rochedale Village on September 18. Check out our video of the opening celebrations.
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Palace Cinemas in Byron Bay has reopened with a new 9-screen cineplex as part of the Mercato on Byron shopping centre, after four years in design and construction.
Len Powe is going dry this July to support the Cancer Council of Queensland. Show your support here, ahead of tax time.
The Sierra Nuvo Apartment project is rapidly rising & the POWE Architects team is excited to see key facade features taking shape.