Architecture at RRM is a well-tuned symphony. We provide equal parts client service, exceptional design, and creative problem solving. Whether the project is residential or institutional, our designs seamlessly blend authenticity, beauty, and function in a way that transforms client dreams into spectacular places.
Our Architects are located in our San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara offices. We work closely with one another on various projects types, such as:
- Affordable Housing
- Multi-Family Market
- Single Family
- Custom Residential
- Senior Housing
- Commercial & Office
- Civic & Community
- Public Safety Facilities
- Wineries, Breweries and Hospitality
Open Architecture Positions
Our Santa Barbara office is looking for a full-time Job Captain/Designer III to join our Architecture team.
Our Santa Barbara office is looking for a full-time Designer I to join our Architecture team.
Our Santa Barbara office is looking for a full-time Designer II to join our Architecture team.
Our San Luis Obispo office is looking for a full-time Project Manager to join our Architecture team.
At RRM we know that in order to achieve our mission of Creating Environments People Enjoy®, our employees must enjoy the environments in which they work. Our retention rate speaks for itself: over one-third of our workforce has been with us for a decade or more. We offer desirable office locations along the California coast, our first priority is ensuring the health and happiness of our RRM family. RRM is an employee-owned multidisciplinary design firm with over 100 architects, engineers, planners, landscape architects, and surveyors who work on a variety of fun and engaging projects throughout the state. RRM has a vested interest in providing opportunities and career paths for our employees.
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“Project diversity is an incentive for me. By being in a full-service firm, you have the opportunities to work on a variety of projects in different geographical regions.”